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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE 3 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 2001 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC, STAGE, MOVIES Loose lips: Pop singers' lip-syncing in concert is an open secret r : ?. .-r .-"?,' -:... -. - i-:v. '. $ By Thor Christensen The Dailas Morning He" In 1990, after the vocal duo Milli Vanilli turned out to be nothing more than two mimes in Spandex shorts, lip-syncing became the worst-kept secret in pop music. Lawsuits were filed. Legislation was proposed. And most experts predicted that within a few years, singers would stop lip-syncing onstage or at the very least, stop lying about it and proclaim it to be a valid part of their act. But today, the issue is no closer to being resolved than it was a decade ago. From Janet Jackson's current tour, to the dubious "live" performances by Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys on the recent MTV Awards, the slogan "Is it live or is it Memorex?" remains on the lips of millions of music tans. "It's a question people find irresistible," says Liz Rosenberg, longtime spokeswoman for Madonna, a mum and had her backing vocalists fill in the gap. But while Madonna has learned to strike a balance between spectacle and singing, many younger pop stars continue spinning nonstop across the stage like whirling dervishes. All that manic dancing leaves little room for actual singing or so the explanation goes. "If Janet sat on the stool and strummed her guitar, she could sing an eight-hour show," Rene Elizondo Janet Jackson's ex-husband and choreographer told The Dallas Morning News in 1998. "Whoever says they don't use taped vocals doesn't dance." Mellencamp says that's a crock "I've been hopping all over the stage for 25 years, and so has Mick Jagger and Roger Daltrey," says the 49-year-old rocker. "And we don't tape nothing." While nobody expects lip-syncers to become extinct in the near future, some observers would rather they come out of the closet reasoning that an honest mime is better than a surreptitious lip-syncer any day. "If the visual spectacular is really good, and I know Ithe voice is taped, I don't really care, to tell you the truth," says former Talking Head singer David Byrne. "If people know it's not real, and they accept that, then why do you have to try to fool them?" singers dodge and deflect questions about lip-syncing. Janet Jackson one of pop's most notorious onstage lip-syncers conceded to The Dallas Morning News in 1998 she uses "some" taped vocals to augment her live vocals. But she refused to say what percentage of her concert "voice" is taped and how much is live. Spears, speaking before her Dallas show last year at Smirnoff Music Centre, claimed that even though people are "Uiinking I'm lip-syncing I'm singing my butt oft" .. Maybe so, but her microphone obviously wasn't picking up her "singing" a fact that became obvious when her vocal tape broke during the concert, leaving nothing but dead air. Of course, not every singer accused of faking it actually is. While Madonna picked up a lip-syncing reputation on her 1990 Blonde Ambition tour, she's drastically changed her tune on her current tour. A close look at her recent HBO concert found the Material Girl to be singing throughout the show. Rather than try to croon and dance up a storm at the same time as she did on previous tours she stayed mostly still during her toughest singing parts and left the dance routines to her backup troupe. And when she did dive into some fancy footwork, she kept her singing to a mini singer who's been dogged by rumors of lip-syncing for years. "There's not a major band or singer out there today that people don't say it Are they really singing?' People like to dish and gossip about it...." But some music lovers and musicians don't see it in such trivial terms. Skeptics complain that dancers masquerading as singers are fast becoming the norm and they worry that while fans may still gossip about . lip-syncing, they no longer question it. "Watching a canned show has become totally acceptable behavior, and it's bull..." says John Mellen-camp. "It has nothing to do with what I do. It's the difference between watching a drama and a cartoon." The looney-tune world of lip-syncing isn't exactly new to rock 'n' roll. Singers started miming to prerecorded music on "American Bandstand" as early as 1957. But it wasn't until the 1980s when MTV began preaching the message of style over musical substance that pop performers began doing it in concert And while Lip-syncing was obvious in the close-up camera shots of "Bandstand," it was a well-kept secret during late-'80s arena concerts by Milli Vanilli, Madonna and New Kids on the Block. Thanks to the advent of synthesizer "sampling" and digital tape technology, sound engi- Matt FreedPost-Gazette Rocker John Mellencamp strongly opposes use of taped vocal in live concerts. "It's the difference between watching a drama and a cartoon." neers could suddenly sneak taped vocals in place of real vocals with the audience none the wiser. When concert lip-syncing was finally exposed at the dawn of the '90s, it created an uproar. Angry fans filed lawsuits against New Kids on the Block who, like Milli Vanilli, eventually admitted singing along to tapes in concerts and a New Jersey assemblyman even introduced a bill requiring concert promoters to warn fans when singers used vocal I biittttttljituHHHJ tapes onstage. But the bill petered out, and the hubbub over lip-syncing died as quickly as it arrived. Today, a generation of concert-goers who go to see 'N Sync, the Backstreet Boys and Spears couldn't care less about the issues of integrity that separate live singing vs. lip-syncing: They just want to see the same nonstop razzle-dazzle dance moves they've seen in videos. The only vestige of the controversy is the ongoing shell game in which one of the producers of "The Producers." "The show must go on." And on Thursday night it did, to cheers and applause from an audience that yelled and clapped even before stars Nathan Lane and GHOST WORLD www.gtiostworld-tliemovie.coin iBiwiii'umSiiii R dims lights after attack, but now shows go on STAR CITY CINEMAGIC MANOR SOUTH FAYETTE SQUIRREL HILL 22W89 422-772$ S T A R CITY South Fayette 14 Bridqeville Exit (54) Off 1-79 412-221-6789TeleIidet:412-444-nLM6S2 m SUSS HOUSE (PJ-1JI 12:51). 5:15, 7:11. MS unci sru i! its. i, ift a. sm. 5:ii m m. m m (HOST WORLD III 12:10. 2:45. 5:00, 7:28. !: BU8BL BOT (PS-13) 1:15,1:05,5:00 IKE CURSE Of THE JADE SCMPIMI IK-13) 7:15, 0:45 CAPTAIN COBHirS MlHOOll II) 1:00. 4:15. 7:15. 10:90 IK IKE 1111 12.48. 1 JO. m. 4:15. 5:15. Hi. 7:41, H5. 10H AMERICAN 0ITTUWS (K-13) 12:50,5:25.0:55 THE nmCESS DIARIES C 12:30. 2:50. 5:10. 7:35, 3:50 JURASSIC PARI III (PS-13) 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30.0:30 lEGAUT OIOIDE IPt-131 1:10, 3:15. 5:20, 7:25. 9:30 THE FAST AID THE FURIOUS K-13 3:10,7:40 OSMOSIS JONES N) 12:45. 2:45. 4:45 REARl HARS0R IPS-HI 1:00 SEW BEAST l 7:45.1:55 ATLANTIS (PS) ...12:35. 2:35. 4:35 $5 OO ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6 PM GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE TICKETS ON-LINE: WWW STJRC1TVC1NIMAS.COM TIMES rOR TODAY OW1.V mm OIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT www.carmike.com BARGAIN MATINEES ALL SHOWS ff J STARTING BEFORE 5:30 PM STEREO ff ROUTE 19 MOHTH HARDBALL (PG-13) 1:00,4:00.7:15,9:45 ROCK STAR (B)tTB 1:20,4:00,7:10,9:40 MUSKETEER PG-13)f-3! 1:25, 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 JEEPERS CREEPERS (R) 1:00, 3.00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 RAT RACE (PG-13) ra 1:30,4:30,7:15,9:45 THE OTHERS (PG-13) 1:30,4:00,7:00,9:30 AMERICAN PIE 2 (R) 1:30,4:15.7:00,9:30 PRINCESS DIARIES (G)tl 1:00,3:30,7:15,9:45 iTADIUIVI SEATING HT. EAST DELMUIXil DIGITAL SOUXD ALL AUDITORIUMS HARDBALL (PG-131..... . (1:10. 4:10). 7:10. 0:50 ROCK STAR R (1:00. 4:00). 7D0. 9:40 MUSKETEER (PG-13) (1:40.4:301.7:15.0:45 JEEPERS CREEPERS R. .....(1 :00. 3:00. 5:00. 7.00. 9:40 JAY i SILENT BOO STRIKE BACK R (1:30. 4:30). 7.30. 9:45 SUMMER CATCH (PG-131 - (1:15. 4:15). 7:15. 9:45 CAPTAIN CORELUS MANDOLIN (R)... (1:00. 4:00). 7:00. 9:50 RAT RACE (PG-13) (1 10 4101 7:10 950 AMERICAN PIE 2 IR)' (1:10. 4:10). 7:18, 9:30 THE OTHERS PG 13)' (1:15. 4:15). 7:15, 9:30 RUSH HOUR 2 (P6-13I (1:20. 3:20. 5 20). 7:20. 9:30 PRINCESS DIARIES iG (1:20. 4:201. 7:20, 9:40 MATINEES ARE SAT., SUN., t WED. STAniUrVI SEATING SOUTH HILLS VILLAGE MALL DIGITAL 50UIIOALL AUDITORIUMS GLASS HOUSE (PG-13)' 1:50.4:40,7:10.9:30 ROCK STAR (RI'lflB... 1:00.3:45,7:00.9:25 TWO CAN PLAT THAT GAME (R;cjT3....1:15. 3:15. 5:15. 7:25, 9:30 JEEPERS CREEPERS (R)effl 1:10. 3:15, 5:15, 7:20, 9:20 0(R. 1:00.3:10.5:20.7:30.9:35 JAY I SIIENT B06 STRIKE BACK (R', 1:45. 4:20. 7:00. 9:25 SUMMER CATCH (PG-131UB 1:30. 4:00. 7:00. 9:30 AMERICAN PIE 2 RJE 1:30. 4:15. 7:00, 9:30 RUSH HOUR 2 (PG-13)t 1 1:10. 3:20, 5:25. 7:35. 9:35 LEGALLY BLONDE (PG-13)t33 2:00. 4:30, 7:25. 9:35 Matthew Broderick came on stage. Landesman spoke at the start of the sold-out performance of Broadway's biggest hit, which, he said, was dedicated to "our fellow New Yorkers who died in the senseless tragedy in the World Trade Center." "The show you are going to see is a comedy, and I couldn't be happier that it is a comedy," he said. "I think laughter is a great bonder of people. I don't think anything could be better in terms of making a statement about what is going on than to attend an event where we can all be together and laugh together." Before the shows began, Broadway theaters dimmed their lights, and a quiet fell over arriving theatergoers, even the estimated 150 people waiting in the ticket-cancellation line at "The Producers." The hush was sudden and eerie, broken only by the chimes of theater bells urging latecomers to take their seats. Broadway shows varied in how they paid their respects to the victims of Tuesday's attacks. "Les ff n' fi- ' T;i. V :;. 4" fjy : If 1 v.-f a1 mwu Broadway By Michael Kuchwara The Associated Press NEW YORK - From 41st Street and "Rent" to 54th Street and "Cabaret," the curtains are going J Saturday, Septemter IS 412-482-4111 Regent SquarciJ035S.Braddock Ave The Rood Nome (China) Sat 4:30, 7:00 Himalaya (NepalFrance) Sat- 9:15 The Harris Theater, 809 Liberty Ave No ram Svankmojerfflmj continue Sunday iSF,F!i 'f I '"I 1 1 'LMIU 1P lifflffir NOW SHOWING 41-WO SHOWCASfi$T SWWCiSf WEST CAPWHE CWIIAS ? wsM)l't"Lf ops) -vp CRAHBtRRVS uw00ijy ri'-tm'tuOMr am"' uu 0PfND4BlE MRUAB DRIVE-IN inarm CMPWCt CINEMAS WiNNSONG 12 ' JfftST-OtdKWt t rtm&w ' CARUtKF CIHEMAS LOEWS 50UTHLASD9 HATERFPOtVT 3Ti -.ft7w ir' !C"1tHl MCU PEfmtTA THEATRES X BRIDGE VlLlt m mjv Hum DESTfNTM PLAZA 22 WATERWORKS CARUtKE 10 NORTH VERSAILLES -7tMiMu Tr icw Visit our web site at www.movtescoop.com iiniriiiiii'aftiMirffiiniiBiin Hardball PG-13 1155 PG-13 11:50 12 IS 2:30 4 5S 7 50 9 45 The Glass House 12:05 2.20 4 40 7 00 9:25 SfMhMI The Musketeer PG-13 12:10 2:25 4:50 7:15 9:30 11:45 Rock Star 11 45 2:10 4 30 7:25 9 45 1200 Two Can Play that Game 12.30 2:35 4 35 7 35 9:40 11:40 Jeepers Creepers R 12:20 2:45 5.00 7:45 9.50 11:55 Rat Race 11 45 2:15 4:45 7JO 9 35 American Pie Z 1 1:50 2.00 4:25 7:20 J 25 The Others 11 .55 2:05 4:20 7 05 9:20 PG-13 12:00 PG-13 J '35 PG-13 11 30 Rush Hour 2 12 25 240 S05 7 40 9 35 w.Tnwfla i kock 5tar i lW 12 10 2:25 4 55 7:25 9:45 Jeepers Creepers It 12:45 305 505 7 15 9 35 Jay ft Silent Bob Strike Back R 2 30 9:35 Rat Race PG 13 utKi 12:15 2 35 5 00 7 20 9 40 Summer Catch PG-13 owi 12:25 4:45 7:10 American Pie ? It atttm 12 30 2 40 4 50 7:30 8:45 Jurassic Park 3 PG-13 ow 12 20 2 40 4 40 7:35 9 30 Di&iat Sound In Alt lhatars It HirbJll PG-13 fMMtf I. The Musketeer PG-13 u "The Closet ' PG-13 12:15 2 25 4 5 5 7:20 9 35 The Others PG-13 mm 12 45 2 55 5:15 7 30 9 40 Mmt The Score 1 30 4:30 7:10 9-40 The Princess Diaries G 12 10 2 30 4 50 7 15 9 35 EES EteS'fB 1 A up on Broadway shows after two nights of dark empty theaters because of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. "We have an expression in the theater," said Rocco Landesman, FRI. SEPT 14TH - SUN. SEPT. 16TM 1 THE MUSKETEER (PQ-13 8:00 PLANET OF THE APES PO-13 9:45 2 RUSH HOUR 2 (P013) 8:00 JEEPERS CREEPERS H 9:30 3 AMERICAN PIE 3 R 8:05 JAV ANO SIIENT BOB STRIKE BACK (R) 9:35 ClNIjfeGIC JI1 1 SILEIT Ml STRIKI UCI III .. 145. 3:45, S:, 1:5, 45 fittOST WORU) (R) 1:25, 3:25, 5:25, 1:25, 8:25 ' MERICM RHAKOin (PS-13) 1 JO, 1:20, 5:20, 7:21, 9:20 JUMP TOMORROW (Pi) 1:30, 3:30. 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 ' BROTHER (I) 12.30, 2:40, 5:85, 1:20, 0:30 IF0ULTPSE ROW REOUI (I) 1:00, 4:30, W ' ROCK STU (I) 1:30, 3:30, 5:25, 7:30, 9J5 MEOWK Ut THE USRT INCH (I) 1:15, 3:20, 5:35 .70,10:00 'THE MUSKETEER (N-13) deep m m... 1:10,3:10,5:20,7:35,9:45 ..12:20. 2:40,5:10,7:35,9:55 ass S4.50 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6.00 P.M. EVERY TUESDAY ALL SHOWS S4.S0 ' JUMP TOMORROW (PS) 1:10, 3:10, 5:30, 7:35, 9:35 BROTHER (I) 12:55, 3:05, 5:25, 7 JO, 9,30 DEEP FJD (R) 1:00, 3:00, 5:15, 7 JO, 9:29 SONS CATCHER (PS 13) 3:15, 7:25 0IV1DE0WEFm(W-13) 12:50,5:20,9:35 13.00 ALL SHOWS ALL TIMES CiPTaM COREUJ'S MUDOLII (R) 2:00, HO 740,9:10 OSMOSIS JONES (PS) 1:05, 3:05, 5:05 7:05, 8:45 vum it io wsis m ascwn nans of m mt u fuivnu FEATURE TIMES FOR TODAY ONLY ma i hwitiws he uwtci to c ws nun uu. nuniE ' Tue$. Bargain Nights 5.00 Some Restrictions Apply Bargain Matinee - Everyday $5.00 Belort 6PM Including Weekends i Holidays VIP BOXSS PABTV rooms AVAILABLE GOURMET COFFEE BAR VIDEO ARCADE Show times are for today only 1-79 Elt 55. Rl 50 W (behind K-Mart) HARDBALL (PG-131 0TS 11:30. 1:45. 4:00, 6:20 8:25, 10:30 THE DEEP E0 R SflO 110, 1:00, 3:10, 5:15, 7:M, 9:25, 11:30 TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME (R) SODS 11:00, 1 "00, 3:00,5:00 7:00. 9:00, 1100 JEEPERS CREEPERS R) DTS .....12:00, 2:00. 4:00. 6:0S. 71, B DC ,rt00, 10:00, 11l THE MUSKETEER (PG-13) SDnS....11:30, MO, 4:30. 71, 9:20, 11:35 SUMMER CATCH (PC-13) SD0S 11:20,1:40, 3SO,6:10,:20, 10:30 JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK IR) SODS 11:30, 12:30, 1:45 2:45, 4:00, 5:00, 6:05, 746, 8:15, 9:15, 10:30, 11:30 AMERICAN PIE 2 (R) SD0S 1140, 1:15, 2:50, 3:30, 5:00, 6:05 7:15,8:20,9:30,10:30,11:30 THE OTHERS (PG-13) SR0 11:00, 12:15, 1:15, 2:30, 3:30, 4:45 6:05, 7M. 8:15. 8:15, 10:30,11:30 THE SCORE (R 0TS 11:05, 1:36, 4:30, 7:15, 9:45 PLANET OF THE APES (PG-13) S00S......12OS. 2:35, 5:10, 7:40, 10:10 RUSH HOUR 2 (PG-13) S00S 12:00, 2:00. 4:00. 5:00. 6:05. 7:00 B:00.00,10l,11l 0(R)S0DS SPY KIDS (PG) SR0 ...11:35,1:50, 3:55,6:05, 8:15,10:25 11:00,1:00,3:00 SHREK (PG) SOOS 11J,1I HEDWIG ANO THE ANGRY INCH (R) SRD 11), 1:00,5:30, KMX) DIVIDEO WE FALL (PG-13) SODS 3:00. 7:30 CAIS ANO DOGS (PG-13) SODS 11.O0, 1:00. 1-00. 500 MADE (R)SRD 11:00,6:30,11:15 THE PRINCESS AND THE WARRIOR (R) SRD 15, 3:50, 6:35 E.TTli.U.'ftV'lllflM.i-W.lil Rt 30 4 41 Horn Veruiite (txhimt Giant gto HARDBALL (PG-13) DTS 11:30, 1:45, 4:00.6:20, 8:25, 10:30 THE GLASS HOUSE (PG-131 SOOS .11:00. 1:20. 3:40. 6:06. 8:20, 10:30 THE MUSKETEER (PG-13) SOOS 11:30, 2D0, 4:30, 7fl, WO 11 35 ROCK STAR (R) SOOS. 1130. 12:30, 200. 3tf) 4:30, 5:30. 7ffi ..O0,20, 10-30,11:30 1 1:10, 1:10. 3:10. 5:10 TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME S00S.. 7:10,9c10, 11:10 THE PHWCESS DIARIES (Gl SOOS. I2fl), 2:20, 4:45, 7:00. 9:15, 11:30 RUSH HOUR 2 (PG-13) SDDS11. ISO. 3D0.5ilO. 7-00. MO. 11-00 AMERICAN PIE 2 () SDDS 11 DO. 12-00. 1 .-00. 2:15. 3:15. 4:30 5:30.7-00,7:50,9:15.101)0,11:30 JEEPERS CREEPERS R DTS. .11 . I M. 3D0. 5. 7A0, m. 1110 SUMMER CATCH (PG-13) S00S.....1210, 2:25.445. 7fl0, 916, 11:30 THE OTHERS (PG-13) SR0 lift), 1:15. 3:30. 6:05, 8:20. 10:30 0 (R) SOOS 11:36, 1:50, 3-55, 6:05, 8:15, 10:20 RAT RACE (PG-1 3) DTS 1 1l, 1 20. 3:40, 6.-05. 8:20, 10:30 JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK (R SOOS 11D0. 1:20. 3:40 ...6.D6.I 8:20, 3.10-30 LEfiAUt BLONDE (PG-13) SDDS.. ..11-00, 1W3D0. 5:00 7-00 ftOO, 11:00 PLANET Of THE APES (PS-13) S00SI2130. 2-J0, 5.-00. 7:30. 10:00 JURASSIC PARK 3 (PG-13) SDDS 11:00. 1:00. 3L ifH, 7-00 9H0,111 CAPTAIN CORELLi-S IAN0OLIN (R) SDDS-. .12:15. 3:00, 5:30, MO 10-30 THE GHOSTS OF MARS IRI SOOS ..12:10. 2:20, 4 JO. 6:35. 136. 10:30 OSMOSIS JONES (PG) SOOS 11. 140 THE CURSE Of THE JADE SCORPION (PS-13) SOOS 3-15 5:36 7i0 10 T mtmmmmm mm em "I think laughter is a great bonder of people." Rocco Landesman, one of the producers of "The Producers" Miserables" planned to observe a moment of silence before the show, said spokesman Marc Thibodeau, while "The Phantom of Opera" would do the same after its curtain fell. Performances resumed at a particularly precarious time for Broadway. The fall season is just beginning, with its first musical, "Urinetown," having to push its opening day back a week until Thursday because of the attacks. Except for "The Producers" and "The Lion King," tickets are readily available for most shows. Of the 23 Broadway productions playing Thursday, 19 were available at the half-price ticket booth, including "42nd Street, "The Rill Monty," "Contact" and "Kiss Me, Kate." Hiniirf M. ' f 1 1 ,wM..A.aiMi..iYiijll,, lined up across its length. So much for the TV reports. But there was a lane that cars could take, and I was able to cross the bridge without stopping. On the other side, I eased into one of two lanes of no more than 10 cars each. Twenty minutes later, after a guard poked through the trunk of my car and another one asked me a few more than the usual questions, I was back in the U.S A It never looked so good, even though I didn't need a sign to know when I had crossed into Pennsylvania. Starting right at the state line, one lane of Interstate 90 was closed for constructioa Welcome home. A." - MI . " t' V NYLOEWS t.,.,7J THEATRES Daily Bgrgttn Mntintts In (Partnlhetit ) FEATURING: THE LOEWS CLUB A PREMIER MOVIE GOING EXPERIENCE! Rasmid Luiury Sailing VIP Lounge Gourmil Dining Have your chance lo WIN tickets to the B94 Summer Slrelch Concert Senas or the Pennsylvania Goll Classicl OH 15 4 0017 00-10 15 IRI AMERICAN PlE 2, 1 20-2 20-4 201 7 20-8 05-10 20 ("I APOCALYPSE NOW REDUX (1 00) 5 30-10 00 ("1 CAPT CORELLI'S MANDOLIN 5 35-10 55 (fl CURSE-JADE SCORPION 1 2 301 B 30 IPG-Ill HARDBALL(12 15-1 45-3 15-4.45) 6 15-7 45-9 15-10 45 1 2 00 (PG-131 JAY 4 SILENT BOBM2 00-2 50) 5 50 8 50-1 1 20 R JEEPERS CREEPERS(12 20-1 35-3 20-4 35) 6 20 7 35 9 20 10 35-11 50 R1 1HE MU5ltlIEtR1J 45-1 50-3 45-4 50) 6 45 7 50 9 45 10 50 (PG-13) PRINCESS DIARIES (12 50-3 50) 6 50-9 50 (G RAT RACE 112 10 2 451 5 45 R 45 IPO-131 ROCK STAR 1 1 2 35 2 1 5-3 35-5 00, 6 35-8 00-9 35-1 1 00 H, HUSHHUUH Zll 05 4 05)5 20 7 05-10 05-11 05 (PG-131 GLASS HOUSE(12 00 3 OO) 6 00-9 00-11 45 (PO-131 1HE OTHERS (12 30 3 30) 6 30 9 30 (PO-131 THE SCOHE (2 00) 5 15-8 15-1 1 00 R TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME (12 05-1 30 3 05-4 30, llfi'llMyjri'iHllrtlillilff, Purctme tlckvtB onlln nlMn4rtnwm4irt.cw BARGAIN PERFORMANCES ALL SHOWS STARTING BEFORE 6PM NO PASSES PMMWAV EAST EKT1 14, BUS. DIE WIKKIB MluetUilflLi 412-824-4424 412-271-9000 HARDBALL 100 400 700 930 aorai PO-13 THE GLASS HOUSE 110 410 710 935 nomil PO-13 ROCK STAR 125 445 735 1000 OKKTM. R TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME 1 20 320 520 720 920 019141 n THE MUSKETEER 145 500 725 940 OMmu. PO-13 THE OTHERS 200 430 745 955 PO-13 JEEPERS CREEPERS 115315515715925 P RAT RACE 140 440 710 950 PO-13 RUSH HOUR 2 130 330 530 740 945 PO-13 O 1 10 520 940 r AMERICAN PIE 2310 730 R PARKWAY WEST t RTE. 60 41 2-787-5788 412 923-2760 HARDBALL 100 400 700 930 OKnAL PO-13 THEQLASSHOUSE1t0410710 935tO7r4L PO-13 TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME '20 320 520 720 920 OCTtt n THE MUSKETEER 145 500 725 940 DtGITiL PO-13 JEEPERS CREEPERS 115 315 515 715 925 R THE OTHERS 200 430 745 955 PO-13 RAT RACE 140 440 710950 PO-13 AMERICAN PIE 2 100 310 520 735 945 R RUSH HOUR 2 1 30 330 530 740 945 PO-13 THE PRINCESS DIARIES 130 430 700 930 G JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK 445 1000 R 0 145 730 R ROCK STAR 125 445 735 1000 0MIT41 R MCKNIGHT SO.. McCANOLESS 41? 1 1I76-7J4 M5 5M6 HARDBALL 100 400 700 930 uemkl PO-13 THEOLAS8HOUSEI1C4l07l0935awr4t PO-13 TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME 120 320 520 720 920 0WT41 R THE MUSKETEER 146 500 725 940 OKHTAL PO-13 RAT RACE 140 440 710 950 PO-13 THE OTHERS 200 430 745 955 PO-13 JAV AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK 145 445 730 1000 R AMERICAN PIE 2 100 310 520 735 945 R RUSH HOUR 2 1 30 330 530 740 940 PO-13 THE PRINCESS DIARIES (30 430 700 930 o ROCK STAR 1 25 445 735 1 000 Ore R NORTHWAY MALL O 1 15 315 515 715 915 418-397-1593 JEEPERS CREEPERS 120 320 520 720 920 OSMOSIS JONES 1 25 325 525 725 LEGALLY BLONOE 1 30 330 530 730 930 JURASSIC PARK III 500 700 900 DR. DOLITTLE 2 110 250 730 THE SCORE 1 1 5 4 1 5 650 91 5 SHREK H0 310 510 710 SPY KIDS 100 300 CAPTAIN CORELLI'S MANDOLIN 430 920 AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS 310 A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 910 PG PO-13 PO-13 PO-13 PO-13 ROUTE 19 tVIT. LEBANON 4T if Iwtv, Bill WadePost-Gazette Duff Scott, 45, of Toronto reads Wednesday's issue of The Toronto Star, describing the terrorist attacks on the United States of the day before. ' He said he sent an e-mail to his family saying, "There has been an agitation in the ethers." Along day's journey home for Post-Gazette film critic DIGITAL SOUXO ALL AUDITORIUMS HARDBALL (PG-13) -as 1:00,4:00,7:00,9:20 MUSKETEER (PG-13) tas 1:45,4:20,7:20,9:45 RAT RACE (PG-13)trn 2:00,4:30,7:15,9:30 CaPTAW CORHLTS rUKDOLIR B)cas....1 :40. 4:15, 7:00, 9:30 THE OTHERS (PG-13)f rsina...1:50, 4:10. 7:15, 9:30 PRINCESS DIARIES (G)r x 1:30,4:00,7:00.9:30 RT. 51 PLEASANT HILLS HARDBALL (PG-13) r.ra 1:20, 4.10. 7:20.9:45 ROCK STAR (R)E3! 1:15.4:00.7:00.9:35 TWO CAN PLAT THAT GAME IRJ' 1:15, 3:20, 5:25. 7:30, 9.50 MUSKETEER (PG-13) IX 1:10.4:10.7:10.9:45 JEEPERS CREEPERS (R) 1:00, 3:00, 5:00. 7:20.9 40 RAT RACE (PG-13U 1:45.4:15.7:20.9:50 THE OTHERS PG-13)tB .1:25.4:00,7:10.9:40 AMERICAN PIE 2 (R).U3.... 1:30.4:15,7:00,9:30 RUSH HOUR 2 (PG-13)...... 1:00.3:10,5:10.7:15.9:30 I CENTURY SQUARE PLAZA mom. mutt it oe mi smws-fM su 5i Mm stows Check Out Our New Low Prices!! OSMOSIS JONES P6 14 30 7:00. 1 IS 5RI0GET JONES'S OIARY R 1 45. 4 25. 7:10. 930 FAST A FOfMUS T6-13I' 1 45 425.711035 JURASSIC PARK 3 (PC-13) 2 00 4 15 7 00 130 SPY KIDS IPGI 13 05.5 1! 715.920 ORIGINAL SJ!R-BABY BOY IR) ia.(10.8:l5.92O 1 11. 4 05 1 55.9 30 1.3:M 145.9:45 ..1 400 SU 1:55 1:25.4 30.;.05.HI .141 4.20. 7:11. 9:41 1 3 55 C 50 AffTfCUl UTEUefJia P6-1 Jl. ORDOUTTUIPtl' TOM RAIDER (P6-13' SWOROFlSHiRl V': itKHiimsouufM-nr BiliiH "i t '' !T 1 T T: J it', L'l .lW'MSM ill TORONTO FROM PAGE B-12 Coming home I had my choice of three border crossings on the way back to Pittsburgh, and expected none of them to be quick or easy in the light of increased security after Tuesday's terrorist attacks. I decided the-Peace Bridge in Buffalo and the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Kills would be too crowded I had heard on the television that trucks were being routed away from the third choice, the bridge between Queenston, Ont, and Lewis-ton, N.Y., north of Niagara Flails. So I headed there, only to find trucks

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