The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 27, 1998 · Page 108
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 108

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, March 27, 1998
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Page 12 The Palm Beach Post MARCH 27, 1998 TGIF CAPSULE REVIEWS mw; 11 terror of the Titanic's sinking. Neither half works very well, and the result is a long, ordinary voyage to nowhere special. " Gary Sen wan. TWILIGHT (R) 1 hour 34 minutes. It's big names all around as Paul Newman, Susan Sarandon, Gene Hackman and James Garner star in this detective thriller for writer-director Robert Benton (Places in the track. WELCOME TO SARAJEVO (R) 1 hour, 40 minutes. Based on true stories, the film invited audiences to enter the world of the international press corps a group of war correspondents, some jaded, some still innocent, covering the news in one of the most dangerous places on earth. Stars Stephen Dillane, Woody Harrel-son and Marisa Tomei. WILD THINGS (R) 1 hour, 53 minutes. An irreverent tale of revenge, lust and murder played out in the Florida Everglades. Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell and Bill Murray headline the eclectic ensemble. Directed by John. McNaughton (Mad Dog and Glory). Hap Erstein called it a "preposterous but entertaining trash suspense yarn." THE WINGS OF THE DOVE (R) 1 hour, 48 minutes. Against considerable odds, director lain Soft-ley has fashioned a satisfying and emotionally involving film out of Henry James' melancholy novel of love, delusion and misguided sacrifice. The acting is subtle across the board, but especially noteworthy are Alison Elliott as the vulnerable American heiress and Helena Bonham Carter as a woman torn by conflicting desires. OLDER RELEASES: AMISTAD (R) AS GOOD AS IT GETS (PG- 1 3) BOOGIE NIGHTS (R) DECONSTRUCTING HARRY (R) DESPERATE MEASURES (R) FLUBBER (PG) THE FULL MONTY (R) GOOD WILL HUNTING (R) THE GREAT WHITE HYPE (R) HARD RAIN (R) ICE STORM (R) JACKIE BROWN (R) L.A. CONFIDENTIAL (R) MR. MAGOO (PG) MOUSE HUNT (PG-13) THE RAINMAKER (PG-13) TOMORROW NEVER DIES (PG-13) Heart, Nobody's Fool). "That familiar type, the world-weary private eye, is back in action in this entertaining, if not highly original film." Gary Schwan. U.S. MARSHALS (PG-13) 2 hours, 15 minutes. The sequel to The Fugitive, actually, but without Harrison Ford. Tommy Lee Jones is back as Marshal Sam Gerard, this time tracking down what may or may not be a renegade government assassin (Wesley Snipes). Robert Downey Jr. is Gerard's questionable new partner; wouldn't it be ironic if he had a tendency to raid the wrong houses? "A disappointing and uninvolving film that tries too hard to match The Fugitive's energy and suspense." Kevin Thompson. NiMH mil Geneoil Citiejna PGA CINEMAS MAlfUBlVD i III huamn S 626 8283 BOYNTOK I C0NGSESS4 tAlW 734-0027 MEM wmmm: 1,1 LATE NIGHT MOVIES Lata night movies run Friday and Saturday nights unless otherwise indicated. AS GOOD AS IT GETS - Coral Square Cinema 8 GOOD WILL HUNTING - AMC Mizner Park 8 GREASE - Coral Square Cinema 8, Muvico at Town Center L.A. CONFIDENTIAL - Coral Square Cinema 8 MEET THE DEEDLES Muvico at Town Center MR. NICE GUY - Coral Square Cinema 8 THE NEWTON BOYS - AMC Mizner Park 8 THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW - Carefree Theatre (Saturday), Festival Theater TITANIC Coral Square Cinema 8 TWILIGHT - AMC Mizner Park 8 THE WEDDING SINGER AMC Mizner Park 8, Coral Square Cinema 8 WILD THINGS - AMC Mizner Park 8, Coral Square Cinema 8, Muvico at Town Center 1 YVtfcK ONLY Woodv All. DEC0II5YRUCTIHG IIARRYDAILY2 47:15 2? ttt CAREFREE 833-7305 2000 South Dixie Hwy WPB W 'lUt Hottest since 'Bisie flncr 'Stick tnt steamr!" A A TV ' ; Lrs ob-w 0:E . far-it 1J . t THE WEDDING SINGER (PG-13) 1 hour 36 minutes. Adam Sandler is the title character, a guy so bitter about the idea of wedded bliss (he was left at the altar) that he'll do anything to ruin the Big Day for other couples. Drew Barrymore co-stars as the woman who puts him back on Beach Swap Shop Flea Market 1301 Old Dixie 844-0330 Wed.-Fri., Sat. & Sun. Sellers Wed. 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