Friday, May 23, 2003
OPENINGS & SNEAKS "Bruce Almighty." Wynnsong 10. PG13. Bruce Nolan, played by Jim Carrey, and a low-key janitor, played by Morgan Freeman, in a spin on mortals with God's powers. He plays a TV news reporter known and loved for his humorous, homespun human interest powers.
”The In-Laws. " Carmike 7. PG13. Michael Douglas is a would-be glamorous spy and Albert Brooks as his future father-in-law, a meek mannered foot doctor.
"The Italian Job." Wynnsong 10. Sneak at Saturday at 7 p.m. Gold thieves, romance, suspense, betrayal in good natured remake of '60s romp.
RECENT RELEASES "Anger Management." Wynnsong 10. Several screens. PG13. Adam Sandler, Jack Nicholson, John C. Reilly in story of short-fused people and society that doesn't tolerate anger, even when it's deserved.
"Bringing Down the House." Carmike 7. PG-13. When a lonely guy (Steve Martin) meets a woman (Queen Latifah) on the Internet who happens to be in prison, she breaks out to be with him and proceeds to wreak havok on his middle-class life.
"Chicago." Carmike 7. PG-13. Murderesses Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart strive for fame in 1920s Chicago. The smart musical is best picture Oscar winner.
"Daddy Day Care." Wynnsong 10. PG. Eddie Murphy stars in a user-friendly film about out-of-work dads opening a day-care center.
"Daredevil." Cine 7. Rated PG-13. A man blinded by radioactive waste which also enhanced his remaining senses fights crime as an acrobatic martial arts superhero.
"Down With Love." Carmike 7. PG13. Ewan McGregor, Renee Zellweger in hilarious send-up of Rock Hudson and Doris Day '50s and '60s flicks. Funny to the bone. Reviewed this issue.
"Holes." Carmike 7. PG13. Andrew Davis direts Louis Sachar's 1998 book,"Holes," a Newbery Medal winner and cult hit with kids.
"How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days." Cine 7. PG13. two extroverts interact about a bet around the ability to sustain or lose a relationship.
"The Lizzie McGuire Movie." Carmike 7. PG. Features Hilary Duff as the adventure loving title character. Soundtrack is sure to be a best-seller.
"Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers." Cine 7. PG-13. Frodo and Sam continue to Mordor to destroy the One Ring whilst former companions make new allies.
"Maitrix: Reloaded." Wynnsong 10. R. One of the year's most anticipated film sequels disappoints, with cartoonish situations and a video-game quality a far cry from the original adventure flick.
"What a Girl Wants." Cine 7. PG. Amanda Bynes in modern-day fairy tale of American girl in England meeting father she never knew.
"X2:X-Men United." Wynnsong 10. PG13. Two screens. Marvel Comic characters, plus Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.