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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Rosanne Pack photos Milton's Holly Festival brings out crowd Above, the Setzer children of Milton gather gourds at the Milton Holly Festival last weekend. Samantha, 2, Stephanie, 10, and Nicholas, 6, find the home-grown and decorated cre- ations of "Just Gourds" a happy holiday harvest. Cheryl Skin- ner of Smyrna is responsible for the gourd Santas and snow- men from the ground up. Below, selling her own hand-paint- ed Christmas boxes along with other holiday items, Ruth Post helps out in the Jailhouse Art & Antiques booth at the Holly Festival. The Milton resident was set up in the Goshen Hall, while many other exhibitors were in the fire hall. The Holly Festival is sponsored by the Milton Chamber of Commerce, and those who organized and attended celebrated the first time the festival was held under sunny skies. The following movies are now playing in the resort area: • Scream 2 - Directed by "Scream" maestro Wes Craven, this scintillating thriller stars Courteney Cox, Neve Campbell, Jada Pinkett and David Arquette, while Drew Barrymore returns for another round of phone tag. This tnme, the movie even features (gasp?) a Tori Spelling cameo. Rated R. • For Richer or Poorer - Tim Allen_stars as a New.York City re- al-estate hustler who, along with his socialite wife (played by Kirstie Alley) flee from the Inter- nal Revenue Service by posing as an Amish couple. Also features Maria Maples. Rated PG-13. • Titanic: If the movie's trail- ers are a correct indication, the most costly motion picture ever made will, indeed, go overboard • with its breathtaking visual and sound effects. "Titanic" stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Rated PG-13. • Tomorrow Never Dies: For those who never get sick of Pierce Brosnan, straight-up martinis that are "stirred, not shaken" and scantily clad women toting heavy artillery, there is the latest action- packed James Bond movie wait- ing for you at the theater for the holidays. Rated PG- 13. • Mouse Hunt: Imagine "Home Alone," only starring a furry little rodent. Tony award- winning actor Nathan Lane and his wacky sidekick, British come- dian Lee Evans, star in "Mouse Hunt." Christopher Walken is al- 4o, A /w No package Deals But , Reservations Are For More Details 0 so featured. Rated PG. • Home Alone 3: The third in- stallment of "Home Alone" movies makes its holiday debut without Macaulay Culkin. In- stead, eight-year-old Alex D. Linz (Michelle Pfeiffer's son in "One Fine Day") takes the reins of the sequel. Rated PG. • Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - Directed by Clint Eastwood, John Berendt's fact-based tale Of murder and de- ception in Savannah hits the big screen. The film stars Kevin Spacey, John Cusack, Jack Thompson, the Lady Chablis and Alison Eastwood (Clint's daugh- ter). Rated R. • Flubber - Robin Williams stars as an absent-minded profes- sor who stumbles upon a great in- vention. Too bad he forgets his wedding in the process. Rated PG. • Alien Resurrection,- The fourth installment of "Alien" movies, this picture features the cavalier leading lady Ripley, played once again by Sigourney Weaver, and the enterprising Winona Ryder. Together, the two go up against extraterrestrial be- ings in seemingly insurmountable circumstances. Rated R. • Anastasia - Twentieth Centu- ry Fox spent more than $ 50 mil- lion on this cartoon musical fea- tu'ring the voices of Meg Ryan, John Cusack, Christopher Lloyd, Angela Lansbury and Hank Azaria. 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