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Lassen County Times/Westwood PinePress ' Tuesday, May 1,2007 5B ~m At the movies THE INVISIBLE PG-13/Horror/Dir: David S. Goyer (Justin Chatwin, Margarita Levieva, Marcia Gay Harden) Stuck between life and death, Nick's (Chatwin) one hope of return- ing to life is to solve his attempted murder. To succeed Nick needs help from his friends, but they are unable to see or hear him. A remake of the Swedish film "Den Osynlige," "The Sixth Sense" producers bet American audi- ences will clamor for super- natural thrills. Failing to pre- screen for critics is either an attempt to preserve the ele- Crosstown returns to Children5 Fair For the third consecutive year, local Christian praise band Crosstown will be sharing itsmusic at the Lassen County Children's Fair. The group, which includes Jason Bishop, left, Marcel Johnston, Vivian llten, Venus Cooper, Joel Stovall, Randy Brockeft, and Deborah Luna, is scheduled,to perform on the Bekins Twin Stage at the Lassen County Fairgrounds from 1 I: 15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Saturday, May 5. Photo by Doae Cooper friend (Menounos) engaged to squad for a dance competition deserted island, or kaboom! NicOlas Cage goes two for two, Dick ment of surprise, or a bad omen -- So -- will it be "Invisible', or its audience that gets to say, "Boo!"? KICKIN IT OLD'SCHOOL PG-13/Comedy/Dir: Harvey Glazer (Jamie Kennedy, Maria Menounos, Michael Rosenbaum) Following the sporting leads of Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell, Jamie Kennedy looks to mine laughs from professional breakdanc- ing. It was all the rage 20 years ago when 12-year-old; rising star Justin (Kennedy) suffered a coma-inducing accident. Newly awakened, Justin discovers his old girl- his old rival (Rosenbaum). Justin determines to rally his I I I,| ! I 'I Treat .her like a so he can pay off his medical debts, and impre ss his way- ward girl. THE CONDEMNED R/Action/Dir: Scott Wiper (Steve Austin, Vinnie Jones, Nathan Jones) Vince McMahon's WWE aspiratiohs continue unbounded in this rift on "Survivor." Ten death row inmates (including Joe Conrad played by Austin) are purchased by greedy produc- er Ian Breckel (Rick Hoffman) for an on-line gladiator match up. The prisoners are rigged with explosive devices, and ordered to kill their nine opponents in a battle:o n a The FBI, racing to stop the bloody contest, preaches about the exploitive nature of reality shows. NEXT PG-13/Sci-Fi/Dir: Lee Tamahori (Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel) playing yet another ordinary man cursed .with suPerpow- ers. Cast as an aging Vegas magician able to foresee the future, and therefore perhaps change it, Cage is pursued by FBI agents desperate to pre- vent a horrendous terrorist attack. One more Philip K. story ("The Golden Man") receives a makeover to better serve Hollywood's needs. The central character, reimagined to fit a middle aged Cage, benefits from the actor's persnickety reluc- tance and a box office crowd indulging his superhero fan- tasies. For Over 21 Years Robert W, Kohrt, III DOS with Step Outside For the Health and Safety of Employees and Patrons ii:/ii + 199~ : RI,:SERVATIONS REQUII D (AB 13, California Labor Code 6404.5) C8mplaiflt$ regarding violations of the law may be made to the Lassen County Tobacco Use Reduction Program 251-8357 or the local law enforcement. This ad made possible by funds received from the Tobacco Tax Health Protection Act of 1988, Proposition 99, through the California Department of Health Services and the Lassen County Public Health Tobacco Use Reduction Program 530-251-8357.