Ventura County Star from Ventura, California on June 27, 2002 · 66
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Ventura County Star from Ventura, California · 66

Ventura, California
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Thursday, June 27, 2002
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Th Star Thursday Juna 27 2002 s E S3 I110V1GS fecial screenings i An eight-week matinee movie program for kids every Tuesday and Wednesday at 11 am through Aug 14 at Channel Islands Cinemas 101 W Gonzales Road "Big Fat Liar” starring Frankie Muniz and Ventura County actress Amanda Bynes will screen July 2-3'Muniz and Bynes play 14-year-olds who go to Hollywood seeking justice after a sleazy producer steals the kids' homework and turns it into a movie” wrote critic Roger Ebert "Ideal for younger teens umicom iaov Svffbil pgL Mill WHI SSBB 35 S -EssaS HW-mI ofreip nomrlMJ SCOOBY DOO — Mishina MHOiivnlMlrDn iaf MOUMMUI HMWUIVMQ MMgjBwmna ohfcftywu EKKJ?W Mil iBManr m i M"Ht i WW4i Ills M’ ms fket sontewe ia Hie sed 5 miautes As lo vi As 19c mini Women Call FREE! (805) 850-DATE $ (8O5)52-0ATE (818) 264-DATE Access Code 555 Inm Inti t SmI Mi FREE! CENTURYtTHEATRES fcrgln Show Mon-fd f An ihowt ttrtln g be for 6pm SatSunHol 1 All how Urt1ng before 2pm HUNT AT HOMMKKHING AVMUUU f ANMNGOuCOM KM 1MESE 1MEA1US STEEL VENTURA Twy 101 fc ohnon DrALE STADIUM SEATING' ALL STADIUM SEATING ALL DIGITAL ALL THE TIME Mr Dm iom Jim W MU apm My Mr Ik Ol Ml Nmi MnMMi OlMTlMHr MMOMTY REPORT (pO-1S)(1 1:15-12:40-2:3541 0:0-7:200:35-108 STAR WARS: EPBOOE I -ATTACK OF THE C10NE8(PG) (1235-3:40) 7:10-10:10 ULOAST1TCH(P0)11:1O12-13O30 3:50-4:451 a:YS-7js-agS-t0a0 gPBHWI(PS-13111252:155) 745-1030 JUWANNA MANN (PO-13) (1 220-2:50- aam7iweas SAB CCMPAAY (PO-13) (11204440) 725-lftOS SC00BY-000 3:45-430-01 fi 11-1150-125-220-10-8:15-10:30 MMCTAUffMIRlMg-IO-agSI 7-830-10:18 THE BOURNS BKNTITY(PQ-1(11:05- HUfeiriiTasAn-ir - IlSS-IJOgatSi HC2fl me SUM OP ALL FEARS (PQ-13) (12:304:15)7:15-950 SPHh STAUXM OFTHECMARRONfG) (1 1 :10-1 :15-3:20430) 730 UNDERCOVER BROTHER (PG-13) (11-1:1M:1M:25)730-10 INSOMNIA (R) (MO CENTURY DOWNTOWN 101(605) 64 or SSS EMIn St't CliromUWIWflM8HHBH8MM HrD8mK)pM8Jun8 m MvTkOiSriilM- OgansMyil Mr -8WgTEU SHJOBV-OOOiraH1 125-125-325-625) 735-8:45 MMMITY SPMTiPS-1(125641 7J5-1tt2ft ULO I STITCH (PQ) (1130-1 35-3:55-655) 735-9:55 WMT4UgM(MnggOsm 705-1035 TTBOUrMEKiernTY(PO-13)(1135- ggS-SOSI 730-1030 JUWANNA MANN (PO-13) (11 40-1 50-4:35) 725-950 MV B FAT GREEK WEDDMQ (PQ) (1 1 56-2:204:40) 7:10-9:40 THE SUM OF ALL FEAR (PQ-13) M 1 J0-2:10-4J01 740-1035 TAR WARS: EPMOOE I - ATTACK OF THE min rpfti re g-am-441 Tcn-in IROBI1MN(PO-1R(11304448) 73010:15 not painM for their parents" Cost is $6 for the entire series in advance or $250 per film individually Call 485-0820 (MAI FILM SOCKTYi "Ratal for Beginners" - a 2001 Dutch - film about six lonely - -3 - -l— minysomeuiings wnose Taxes womontlo jlukftAiioA romantic ana otnerwise interconnect in unlikely ways -will be screened 4:30 pm June -30 at 145 E Ojai Ave OJaL The film wrote the San Francisco Chronicle "works because of the little details that lend It stunning emotional immediacy Tickets are $750 general $4 seniors and students Presented by the Ojai ' Rim Society Call 646-8946 UNIVERSITY OF CAUFORMA SANTA BARBARA! "Caravaggio)” maverick British director Derek I nrm nri'a 1 a-J liMjd fQOfi Jarmans complex ana vucia lyeo film biography of the 17th-century Italian painter will be screened 730 pm July 2 in Campbell Hall on the UCSB campus Critics praised Jarman's ability to capture the feel of Caravaggio's works by using deeply saturated hues and ultra-dramatic lighting Tickets are $6 general $5 UCSB students Call 893-8411 for information LOS ANGELES F&M -FESTIVAL! An eclectic array of films - ranging from "Ibdpofo)” about a boy who professes his ' love for his stepmom over Thanksgiving vacation to "Biggie A hipac” which explores an alleged conspiracy that could account for the murders of these two rappers - will be screened through June 29 during the Los Angeles Rim Festival The event ' spread across several venues will also feature panel discussions poolside chats and new technology seminars For information call (866) FILMFEST Frankie Munoz and Ventura County " actress Amanda : Bynes star in "Big Fat Liar" which will screen Monday and Tuesday morning at Channel Islands Cinemas - or visit wwwJafilmfesLeom MUSEUM OF TELEVISION AND RADfOr "The Sound of His Musk: A Tktate to Richard Rodgers" runs through June 30 spotlighting many rarely seen Rodgers-related programs An -unseen rehearsal film of the 1957 television musical version of "CIndetela” which starred Julie Andrews will be screened through July 14 "David Bowie: 11 Give You Television" the first-ever video retrospective of the groundbreaking musician will run through Sept 14 Museum visitors can also view thousands of classic TV programs from '50s variety shows and dramas to 90s sitcoms and news magazine shows The tenth anniversary of Cartoon Network will be celebrated with rarely seen pilots and cartoon shorts through Sept 15 Admission to the museum 465 N Beverly Drive Beverly Hills Is $6 $4 students and seniors $3 children younger than 13 Call (310)786-1025 CAUFORNIA SCIENCE -CENTER MAX THEATER: "The Human Body” and "Space Station 3D" screen daily at the California Science Center IMAX Theater 700 State Drive Exposition Park Los Angeles Spanish language headsets available at all - screenings Call (213) 744-7400 for updated showtimes or visit the center's Web site wwwxascfoncectrorg $650 adults $4J0 seniors 60 and older $5 students ages 13-17 and $375 children ages 4-12 (3-D films $1 higher) Advance tickets and group sales: (213) 744-2019 GIRL POWER AMhp) pilot shorts made for the "Vforid Premiere Tbons series One of those included his creation "The Fowerpuff Girls" In 1998 it became a series The series taka place in TbwnsviDe and an overthotop narrator presides over the action The cartoon features jokes for both kids and adults Kids can relate to the series because WnMnm Bubbles and Rntfwvnp have to go to school and go to bed on tune They have u the powers of superheroes and all thf iwpnffliiliiljfiH (fliiitt Much of The Fowerpuff Gift is based on stereotypes from oM movies McCracken -said "A lot of the characters are icons The professor is a 1950s adfigu Mss BeOum is the smartest but we never represent her best feature (die brain) ’ McCracken said He said the cartoon shows the mayori assistant from the neck down to emphasize her sexuality But her full name Sarah BeOum is deliberately meant to sound like cerebellum McCracken said an evil monkey seemed natural He decided to pattern Mojo Jo Job speech pattern after Racer" cartoons in Mojo Jo Jo V t “Speed l which the dialogue to make the Engluh fit die Japanese cajtoonb mouth movements The movie draws a stronger tie between die superheroes and Mojo Jo Jo and that fed will be reflected occasionally in future episodes of the TV series McCracken said The series’ other villains vary from the Gangrene Gan& who abo appear in the movie to Him a devMke creature with a feminine voice McCracken said he based Him on the Blue Meanie from “Yellow Submarine” "‘Bullwinkle’ and ‘Underdog’ were big influences on me" McCraden said "With all of the Jay Whnkreated shows you could see all of the people had a good time They almost seemed spontaneous as if they were improvising” Ttm VIM for THun1n 001 wt£

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