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Wednesday, June 30, 1999

Opening Today

South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut — The boys from South Park light up the screen for an R Rated romp through Colorado, Canada, and Iraq. If you've never seen the show, you just wouldn't understand. Rated R.

Wild, Wild West — Will Smith and Kevin Kline star in the film based on the television show. It looks like Men In Black in the wild west and that sounds alright. rated PG-13.

Now Playing

Austin Powers 2 : The Spy Who Shagged Me — Hysterically funny with bigger laughs than the first. It can be a little bawdy so don't just drop the kids at the film. Rated PG-13.

Big Daddy — A funny movie and very cute. It is in the same vein as The Wedding Singer, having less to fo with the likes of Happy Gilmore. I liked it though. Rated PG-13.

The General's Daughter — John Travolta plays an investigator looking into the murder of ...the general's daughter. Lots of suspense and drama, I just hope he sings Greased Lightning. Rated R.

Instinct — Anthony Hopkins plays a man who has lived with the Silverback gorillas in Africa while studying them. he wigs out and it's up to Cuba Gooding Jr. to cure him Rated R.

The Mummy — A fun action adventure starring Brendan Fraser. The effects are nice and there are a few jumpy type suspenseful moments. Rated PG-13.

Notting Hill — Julia Roberts plays a world famous actress and Hugh Grant plays the charming owner of a charming bookstore. This is the date movie right now. Rated PG-13.

Star Wars: The Phantom Menace — So, it's not the second coming. This is a great movie with effects that mess with your mind long after. It is a perfect beginning to the story and the performances are great. Rated PG.

Tarzan — Disney didn't make a lot of noise about this movie, but it makes as big a splash as the best of them. It has a good story, nice songs, and incredible visuals. Rated G. Also Playing

Analyze This — A very sharp film, spoofing mob movies with the likes of Robert DeNiro and Billy Crystal. Rated R.

Baby Geniuses —What if babies could talk and be understood by people of all ages. Wouldn't that be hysterical? Judging by this,not realy. Rated PG.

Doug's First Movie — The hit cartoon takes to the big screen and entertains and educates his way through 90minutes. The voices have changed recently, but it still has a great sense of humor. Rated G.

Foolish — Master P stars in and produced this film about a comedian who gets help from his scheming and promoting brother. Rated R.

Forces of Nature — A man finds true love away from his fiance'. Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock star. Rated PG-13.

My Favorite Martian — The hit tv show did not transfer to the screen that well. Kids just weren't as interested. Now, you can see it for a dollar. That's cheaper than if you rent it. Rated PG.

October Sky — This film has received rave reviews from everybody I know. It is said to be very inspirational. Rated PG.

The Out of Towners — Aremake of the Neil Simon classic that flopped like nobody's business. Goldie Hawn, Steve Martin and John Cleese don't typically fail, but this movie did. Rated PG-13.

Payback — Mel Gibson stars as a bad guy who has been wronged by even worse bad guys. Rated R.

She's All That — The story of a geeky girl who is the subject of an immature bet that the jocks have. I'll bet someone finds out the true meaning of love. Rated PG-13.


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