Newspaper Archive of
Lassen County Times
Susanville, California
October 30, 2007     Lassen County Times
PAGE 14     (14 of 56 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 14     (14 of 56 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 30, 2007

Newspaper Archive of Lassen County Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

14A Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007 Lassen County Times 12 39 FT. TO 21 FT. TO 42 FT. To S8 SQ. FT. ROLLS FT. ROLLS o'o e e o ii o o SQ. FT. ROLLS Sx 1 2 To 6sx 1 2 ROLLS 61'xl 1= To 7X12 ROLLS 7 X 1 S WAS 299 i i ! u i m o ! ~ 12X9 TAUPE WAS 322 ! EAo AT the MOVIES SAW IV Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman Starring Tobin Bell, Scott Patterson, Justin Louis, Costas Mandylor' Lyriq Bent, Athena Karkanis Rating R/H0rror Although Jigsaw (Bell) was killed in chapter three, he returns to in the fourquel to reach beyond the grave. Jigsaw's influence is exerted in a tape containing riddles and a minefield of diabolical traps left behind for detective Hoffman (Mandylor) to solve in order to save his daugh- ter's life. Jigsaw appears in scenes set during first three films, revealing strategies brought to fruition here. David Hackl, designer of the series' torturous traps, says to expect great gobs of gore: He worried the film would be rated more restrictively than the MPA s "R" due to the director's insistenceon "more and more blood," DAN IN REAL LIFE Directed byPeter Hedges Starring Steve Carrell, Juliette Binoche, Dane Cook, John Mahoney, Dianne Wiest, Alison Pill, Emily Blunt Buena Vista/Rated PG- la/C0medy Steve Carrell portrays Dan, a widower, advice columnist and overprotective father of three girls, including a teen (Pill) not allowed to date. While browsing in a book- store, Dan meets Marie (Binoche), and romantic sparks fly. So Dan is devastat- ed when, at a family gather- ing, younger brother Mitch (Cook) introduces Marie as his new girl, Accustomed to a tightly controlled life, Dan and Marie are overcome by mutual attraction and the family gathering becomes an opportunity for stolen roman- tic moments. A nice May- December (ok, July-August) twist has Binoche, 43, paired with Cook, 35. GONE BABY GONE Directed by Ben Affleck Starring Casey Affleck, Ed Harris, Amy Ryan, Morgan Freeman, Michelle Monaghan, Amy Madigan, Titus Welliver Rating R/Drama/ll5 rain Ben Affleck brings the soul usually missing from his act- ing work to his directorial debut in, "Gone Baby Gone." Dennis Lehane's novel pro- vides a unique springboard for Affleck's screenplay, co- written with Aaron Stockard. The story is set in Dorchester; a Boston area characterized by its working class. Because Affleck grew up in Cambridge, the director's understanding of the neigh- borhood yields an insider's feel to the exterior shots. Much like a wary pedestrian, his camera knows when to peer, and when to shy away. When Bea McCready (Amy Madigan), pleads with the pair to augment the police investigation into the disap- pearance of Amanda, her 4- year-old niece, Angie rightly fears the consequences of becoming involved. She explains to Patrick that locat- ing what will probably be a dead child is more than she can deal with. In principle, Patrick agrees, but, having grown up in Dorchester, and watched the case unfold on the news, he surmises that the lowlifes refusing to talk to the cops may Open up to him. And he is touched by Bea, guilt'rid- den because the girl was kid- napped under her nose, pious and angry, because her sister- in-law, Helene (Amy Ryan), is a drug addict frequently slinking off with her drink- ing, doping friends, leaving Amanda to fend for herseff. Though the film boasts all the elements of a'thrUler, it looks and smells like a drama. It invests in its characters and their beliefs, probing their viewPoints and emo- tions while reaching out to touch our own. What could be better? 1 3X 14 TAUPE WAS 544 8X18 THICK EARTH TONES WAS ass 12X 13 THICK HI WAS 4ss 12X20 THICK PLUSH WAS 957 EAo 1 2X 1 2 WAS ass 12X18" LIGHT TILE DESIGN WASSS:; 12' NO-WAX VINYL 8 patterns including wood plank or tile look. Reg. 2.99 sq. ft 1.7esq. ft. 12' ABLE/FREZA TRUE SERENITY Reg.4.99 sq. ft 2.69sq. ft. 3/4" SOLID HARDW00D FLOORING Finished. Color Prairie Wheat. Not perfect, 14 boxes. Reg, 10.9.9 1.99sq. ft. HANDS RAPED ENGINEERED HARDWOOD Butternut Oak. Compare at 20.00 sq.ft 8.88 sq. ft. LAMINATE PLANK CLICK 4 Colors 1,69sq. ft. IS YR WARRANTY LAMINATE With underlayment attached, stocked in 2 colors 2.69 sq. ft. CERAMIC 12X12 TILE 2Colors, Reg. 2.99 sq. ft 1.49sq. ft. PORCELAIN 13X13 TILE 2 Colors, Reg. 4.99 sq. ft : : . 2.99sq. ft. T~[AT~[ lNrbt&S 2d 7-74(B " ~tain St Susanvlille n g g iiim n m mine Ilmlm l *Denotes Sat. and Sun, Discount Matinees Now showing: Sierra Theatre: |SAW/V l*2:ao, r:10 & 9:10 (R) |At Sierra Theatre thru lThurs, 1111 then moves to iUptewn Cinemas Fd, i 1/2 THE COMEBACKS m l I nThru Thurs:, 11/1:6:30 & 8:20 I iAs of Fri. 11/2:8:40 (PG-13)I muptown Cinemas". DAYS OF NIGHT I "I:00, 7:00 & 9:10 (R) ; IIELIZABETH: THE I ;GOLDEN AGE nThru Thurs 11/1: 6:30 & 8:40i | ofFrt 11/2:'1:45 & 6:30 (PG-13) I |MICHAEL CLAYTON .I 11/1:6:15 & 8:3ol mAsofFd. 11/2:'1:15&6:15 (It) n , 1 : . ,; 2830 MAIN. STREET, SUSANVILLE 257-7788 CA UC 448528 iAs of Fri. 11,/2:8:30 (R) i lStarts Friday, 11/2 II Isierra Theatre: l IAMERICAN GANGSTER m iFri &Sat 1112 &3:6:15 &9:05n =Sun.-Thurs.: *2:00 & 7:00 (R) i iUptown Cinemas" iBEE MOVIE " 1"12:4o, *2:30, 6:30 & 8:15 (PG)II lTheatre gift cards now on sale atl IMargie's Book Nook 722 Main Street $10.00 & $20,00 Cash or check (payab~ to Theatres) mE n n mmm n mmm I mm El~