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Friday, November stars. Rich guy (Geoffrey Rush) invttes six strangers to haunted house (formerly an insane asylum run by an evil doctor), wfers $1 million to anyone who survives the night Few survive. The plot is right MOVIES Continued from CIO primal and violent yet highly intelligent and engaging. Norton gives another Oscar-worthperformance. R (abundant profanity, brief but explicit nudity, a brief sex scene and overheard sexual tfiafs right activity, and a whole lot of fighting, most of ft very realistic with a6undant blood and bruises) - GRIZZLY FfcLLS: 2 stars. Implausible but harmless family film about an explorer (Bryan Brown) and his son Harry Daniel Clark), who gets kidnapped by a " mother bear despondent over the loss of tw cubs. Harry grows to love his captor, "Who leads him on a trek through the woods to get her kids back, while Harry's dad searches for him. At times Ineptly made (many scenes are too dark; the film stock is cheap), but still an enjoy-aBl- e family film, as long as you don't think too hard about it. PO mikl profanity, some scariness and (viry violence) " HAUNTMO: 2 stars. A ghost Itory for the '30s, in which the compui- i eranimated scariness of a haunted ridiise is the teal star. Confusing plot with a thousand holes and bad dialogue almost ruin it, but not quite. The movie gets desperate at the end snd suddenly -starts killing off its characters. Not especially scary, but worth seeing as a diversion. PO-1- 3 (violence, mild sexual innuen-dd.'mll- d CbdeniaWy profanity) OUSE ON HAUNTED HILL 2 " love, loyalty and family. Winner of several Academy Awards earlier this year; this is your last chance to see it in theaters (at the Carmike Central Square dollar theater). In Italian with English, subtitles. PO-1- 3 (horrors of the Holocaust are alluded to more than shown; no profanity, sex or nudity, PG-1- 3 simply for the intensity of the situation) MICKEY BLUE EYES: 3 stars. This fisrvout-o- f water story has Hugh Grant at his bumbling British finest, wrapped up with his girlfriend's mobster father (James Caan) and having to act like he's part of the 'Family. We've seen these ideas before, but in the hands of sparkling performers with a snappy screenplay behind them, they seem fresh and hysterically funny. PO-1- 3 (moderate language, mild violence, mild sexual innuendo) MUMFORD: 2 12 stars. Charming, gentle comedy about a man (Loren Dean) posing as a psychologist in a small town, helping everyone merely by Lawrence listening. Writer-directKasdan ("The Big ChHI, "Grand Canyon) avoids the possible cliches (in the end, k is caugnt, his loving when the but patients do testify in his behalf we don't see it, and it doesn't sway the judge anyway), the intelligent, grown-uscript focusing on the endearing characters instead. R (fairly heavy profanity, sexuai situations and dialogue, brief but explicit nudity, ungiamorized and uncondoned drug use) MUSIC OF THE HEART: 3 stars. Riddled with cliches, this film tells the out of a campfire ghost story, with odd holes, unexplained motives and thin characterizations. But the movie has some genuine thnlls and creepy visual mages, and is far better than this summer's "The Haunting R (moderate psychotic images, Wood and gore, brief partial nudity, abundant profanity) THE INSIDER: 3 12 stars. One of the most engrossing, interesting films of the year, despite being and no 'action,' and despite being based on a true story that may not Interest a tot of people. Overcoming these odds, though, Al Pacino and Russell Crowe deliver great performances as a Journalist and source, respectively, caught up In s politics when "60 Minutes' won't air Crowe's Interview blowing the whistle on the tobacco companies. Even those with little Interest In the story will find the film satisfying and compelling, and they'll soon BECOME interested in the story a victory for director Michael Mann. R jsoiery for farfy abundant profanity) UFE IS BEAUTIFUL 4 stars. A Jewish Italian man (Roberto Benign!) has only his sense of humor and imagination to protect his son from the horrors of the Holocaust This is NOT meant to be another "Schindler's List' The Holocaust is merely the backdrop for a poignant, moving, at times hilarious fable about . true story of teacher violin inner-cit- Roberta Guaspari. She faces insurmountable odds, wins over the skeptics, changes kids' lives, etc., etc. We've seen It before in many other films; this one is no better than those (in fact horror-movi- e director Wes Craven even makes ft a little worse with his simplistic, manipulative setups), except for Meryl Streep's convincing performance as Roberta. The film is better than the sum its parts. PQ (very mild, infrequent profanity, mildly intense family situations, very mild sexuality) MYSTERY MEN: 12 2 TQntlS stars. CIHEUAS I garity, comic I violence, very brief book-styl- e obscured partial nudity) I SxVledi'lj.li'J.M'.Vi A . . $f ftAt)CET(PG) U0 915 "THE BACHELOR" (PG-1- 3) Daily 4 30 7:30 10:00 Fri. Sun. 1:30 "BONE COLLECTOR" (R SHOWS Daily 4 00 7:00 9:30 Fri. -- Sun "THE OMEGA CODE" 50 (PG-1- 3) 500 7:15 9:45 Fri. -- Sun. 2:00 "LIGHT IT UP" (R) Daily 4:45 7:45 10:15 Fri. - Sun. 2:20 Daily A ea Nightly Sat. Mat. 3:00 5:00 12 clever skewing of the traditional superhero movie, with Ben Stiller, Hank Azaria and William H. Macy as wannabes with dubious powers who must rescue Champion City's real superhero (Greg Kinnear). The humor comes from wordr play and discussion of mundane, things, turning the whole genre on A its ear. very good try at an amusing (very mild profanity, vul premise. PO-1- 3 Page CI 120 West Main American Fork DUDLEY DOOfwSHT (PG) Nightly 7:00 9:15 Sat. Mat. 3:00 5:00 INSPECTOR 12, 1999, THE DAILY HERALD, (wwn.heraldextra.com), Provo. Utah "JJ.aa,BaTa"oBaTBT4T OKTMtnattUM4aTlKM "IVSSSSSSa VPEftUEI a.allawa..aa11Binillia m w. utm im., fwrtm I ' r.m. a s etaa i A 4, i ait i m .a "Tfif8 TXZZZt ISPT OS-24- . aa a at a aWiX aa... 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