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Week of Thursday May 22 Cape May, NJ 609-884-4403 -
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Thurs 5/22 - Mon: 4, 6:45, 9:30 pm • Matinee Sat/Sun/Mon: 1:30 pm • Tues - Thurs: 6:45, 9 pm
Directed by Steven Spielberg - 123 mins. - Rated PG-13

When we last saw Indiana Jones on screen, it was 1938, and the world stood on the brink of war as Dr.
Jones chased down evildoers to find the Holy Grail. Nineteen years later, he’s cracking his whip again,
and many things have changed ... but some have remained the same. Again, the world is at a precipice,
this time caused by the specter of nuclear annihilation, and Indy’s struggle is once again to ensure that
a precious, mysterious object remains safe from those bent on destroying humanity. Starring Harrison
Ford, Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett, Karen Allen and Ray Winstone.

“So was it worth the wait? ... Absolutely.” - The Sun, United Kingdom
Iron Man
Fri - Mon: 4:05, 6:35, 9:00 pm • Matinee Sat/Sun/Mon: 1:45 pm • Tues - Thurs: 6:35, 9:00 pm
Directed by Jon Favreau - 126 mins. - Rated PG-13

For both comic book fans and those who can't tell the Green Lantern from the Green Arrow, IRON MAN
is the type of summer blockbuster whose appeal lasts far beyond the season. Robert Downey Jr. stars
as Tony Stark, a billionaire playboy and genius who puts as much effort into chasing skirts as he puts
into chasing his next big idea. A trip to Afghanistan to sell weapons quickly devolves into chaos, and
Stark finds himself at the mercy of a warlord who wants him to build a missile. Instead, Stark creates a
powerful suit of armor, turning him into Iron Man and allowing him to escape. When he returns to
America, his assistant Pepper Pots (Gwyneth Paltrow), friend Rhodey (Terrence Howard), and right-
hand man Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges) all marvel at the change in the man they knew.

What Happens in Vegas
Fri - Mon: 4:15, 7:00, 9:15 pm • Matinee Sat/Sun/Mon: 2:00 pm • Tues - Thurs: 7:00, 9:15 pm
Directed by Tom Vaughan - 99 mins. - Rated PG-13

Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher star as strangers who unwittingly end up as bride and groom in this
comedy. When one of them strikes it rich after playing the other person's coin, the pair gets married.
But all's fair in love and war--and Las Vegas--as each of them tries to get the money. -

“ Diaz and Kutcher restore the original, ebullient meaning of 'sex comedy'. They’re fun to watch, which
is a rare thing in this Zellweger, Clooney, Kidman, Gosling, Apatow world.”
- Armond White, New York Press
Taxi To The Darkside
Fri -Sun: 5:00 & 7:15 pm, Mon - Thurs: 7:15, 9:30 pm
Directed by Alex Gibney - 106 mins. - Rated R

2008 Academy Award Winner - Best Documentary Feature
“Along with “No End in Sight,” this movie is one of the essential documentaries of the ongoing war.
Though no one says it in so many words, “Taxi” produces an uncanny impression of the fundamental
logic at work in the interrogation process: the Army and C.I.A. interrogators who take control of
prisoners in Afghanistan or at Guantánamo assume that they must be guilty of something. If they’re
not, what are they doing in custody?” - David Denby, The New Yorker

Bob Dylan - The Other Side of The Mirror
Fri - Sun: 3pm & 9:30 pm
Directed by Murray Lerner- Rated NR Happy 67th Birthday Bob!
“... the appearance of “The Other Side of the Mirror: Bob Dylan Live at the Newport Folk Festival
1963-1965” (is) especially welcome. Directed by Murray Lerner, it stars the man himself, with a few of
his colleagues and friends: Joan Baez, Johnny Cash and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, members of
which played backup for Mr. Dylan at the 1965 festival, when he shocked the folk establishment by
“going electric.” ...The sound mix is crisp, the black-and-white photography is lovely, and the songs,
above all, can be heard in all their earnest, enigmatic glory, performed by an artist whose gifts are at
once mysterious and self-evident.” - A.O. Scott, New York Times

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