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(May/June) BULWORTH D: Warren Beatty; with Beatty, Halle Berry, Oliver Platt, Josh Malina, Jack Warden, Christine Baranski, Don Cheadle, Paul Sorvino, Isaiah Washington, Amiri Baraka, Sean Astin, Laurie Metcalf.
Beatty co-wrote, directed, and stars in this story of Senator Jay Bulworth who, in the last days of the 1996 primary campaign, inexplicably starts to speak his mind - in rapper's rhyme - about politics, money, and race.
Additionally, a number of films that have been high-fived in the course of their rounds of the festival circuit are now making it onto our local screens.
Some titles to look for include Buffalo '66, Smoke Signals, The Hanging Garden, Hav Plenty, (Pi), High Art, and Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss.
Usually out in abundance during the lazy sunbake season, the tanking of last summer's Speed 2 may have scared off more than a few potential recidivists.
Lethal Weapon 4 and Air Bud 2 are the main repeat customers here.
If nothing else, those air-conditioned movie emporiums are a great way to beat the summer heat. This comedy of the American frontier by Christopher Guest (This Is Spinal Tap, Waiting for Guffman) charts the expedition of the other Lewis & Clark explorer team - Leslie Edwards and Bartholomew Hunt (Friend Matthew Perry and Chris Farley in his final screen role).
A surprising number of thoughtful offerings are around to buck the restrictive mindlock of summer escapism: Warren Beatty's political satire Bulworth, Peter Weir and Jim Carrey's provocative meditation on media totalitarianism in The Truman Show, Robert Redford's intelligent reworking of romantic pulp fiction in The Horse Whisperer, and Steven Spielberg's non-Jurassic war drama starring Tom Hanks, Saving Private Ryan.