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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 PinkeR, David Arquette and Drew Barrymore returns for an- other round of phone tag. This time, the movie even features (gasp!) a :Tori Spelling cameo. Rated R.  • For lcher or Poorer- Tim Brosnan, straight-up martinis which are "stirred, not shaken" and scantily-clad women toting heavy artillery, there is the latest action-packed James Bond movie waiting 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 wacky sidekick, British comedian Lee Evans, star in "Mouse Hunt." Christopher Walken is also fea- tured. Rated PG. • Home Alone 3: The third in- stallment of "Home Alone" Allen stars as a New York City re- movies makes its holiday debut al-estate hustler who, along atb without. Macaulay Cplkin. In- his socialite wife (playe d bY Kirstie Alley) flee from the Inter- nal Revenue Service (IRS) by posing as an Amish couple. Also featuresMarla 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 Millsboro Chamber announces holiday contest winners The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the holiday decorating contest it cosponsors with Baker's Hardware. Businesses and resi- dences within the 19966 ZIP code were eligible to compete for prizes donated by local merchants. Here's a list of the winners and their prizes: • Best residence: 1. Clarence and Mary Glicker, Pot Nets Sea- side, food processor from Baker's Hardware, and gift certificate from RSC Landscaping; 2. Jeff and Lana Robb, next to Country Living Trailer Court, lamp from Sam's furniture warehouse; 3. Joseph Dominici, Pot Nets Sea- side, holiday cookbook from Vil- lage Green Paperback Exchange. • Best business: 1. Cheryl's Dance Alley, Main Street, one- night's stay in a deluxe room with whirlpool from Comfort Inn; 2. Slower Lower Delaware T-Shirt Co., Main Street, gift certificate from Frank Smith Nursery; 3. Truitt's Carpet, Main Street, deco- rative flag from Middlesex Build- ing and Roofing Supply. • Best nativity (residential or commercial): 1. Floyd Dale Jones, West State St., Christmas arrangement from Village Green Florist and gift certificate from Mary Kay consultant Barbara Aro; 2. Cheryl's Dance Alley, Main St., faucet set from Fergu- son Enterprises; 3. Larry and Bar- bara Miller, Road 307, Christmas flag from Lakota's Comer Collec- tion. • Judges' award (residential Continued on page 62 stead, eight-year-old Alex D. Linz (Micbelle Pfeiffer's son in "'One Fine Day") takes the reins of the sequel. The movers and shakers behind the seenes hope that the new leading lad can rake in a box office draw near Cuikin's record- breaking $833 million from the first two "Home Alone" flicks. 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. • Mr. Magoo - Leslie Nielsen stars as the title character, based on the popular comic strip of the same name. The movie also fea- tures Kelly Lynch, Nick Chin- lund, Matt Keeslar and Malcolm McDowell. Rated PG. • The Postman - Kevin Cost- her's first movie since the ill-fated "Waterworld," the film features the "Field of Dreams" actor as a haggard stranger drawn into help- ing recivilize a postapocalyptic U.S, Rated R. • .. Jackie Brown - '70s:bad girl ..... Pam Grief is expected to make a big'time comeback as a buR-kick-   ing heroine in director Quentin Tarinfino's tale of a call girl/flight attendant who gets mixed up with federal agents and arms dealers. Also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Bridget Fonda, Robert De Niro and Michael Keaton. Rated R. • An American Werewolf in Paris - Julie Delpy's a werewolf?. You won't believe your eyes in this killer movie, which also fea- tures a killer soundtrack which Generation X-ers will surely find mighty appetizing. Rated R. RESTAURANT FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER BUFFET..,. Adu/t $9.95 • K/ds $1.00 SUNOAY  DINNER BUFFET. Aa0tts .. toas $,00 DIIIFR KOEC,I MONDAY - FRIDAY Different Spedals Even/ Day of the Week! a Brulda Everydey "Til 2 p.ra. 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