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Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, November 13, 1997 AA1 i Jenna Eason will perform in "Antigone" Player____'! Edg____ee Gaming m Pahrump g. We get enough gueststo walk through the door we will get our fair share of the gaming market: This is true to an extent. It general every working ment. Most of these events and programs are a lot of fun because you get to meet all the than your competition and the right , Casino food marketing is a , sensitive issue. We as operators must insure that we do net overprice our food and maintain high quality at the same time. This balance usually favors the guest. Casinos are con- pricing as a means ma- cnmes, makes it a good We really ( to us and we try to suggestions we receive from you. These are the reminders that keep us on our toes to be able to provide the highest level of customer ser- vice. You have to enjoy people to be in this business of making them happy. We receive requests that most people would thit guests know "Face/Off," cotillion of lead by Barney Basin Gazette Reviewer "Face/Off" is a movie of never ending action with an interesting story line. The carnage is so great that by the end of the film it is expected that they will have to apply for Federal Disaster Relief. It's bullets everywhere with stunt men, capering, cart- wheeling and cha-chaing across the screen. All of a sudden it's stop, change faces and then dance again. Not that director, John Woo should be accused of overkill, it's just that he uses a musical chairs style. The action ends when no one is left standing. John Travolta plays an FBI agent who must assume the identity of terrorist Nicolas Cage in order to find where a bomb set to explode is hidden. While this is going on, Cage emerges from his coma to find his face missing so he grabs a face he finds lying around which just happens to be Travolta. So now good guy Travolta is really bad guy Cage, and bad guy Cage is really good guy Travolta, except that Travolta's good makes his bad good, and Cage's bad makes his good bad. If you can follow that lead, you can follow the dance of this film. Most interesting scenes are those shot in the operating room and those in the prison. It's a futuristic prison on an oil rig with some very interesting ways of controlling inmates. Part of what makes this film interesting is that it gives both performers a chance to be the good guy as well as the bad guy. Sparking between the two characters, is very realistic and adds to the dimension of the film. "Face/Off" does leave two unanswered questions. How come when a bit character gets shot he's nailed on the first shot and when a star is shot it takes a hail of bullets and be's still standing? | 00URT me e. am. a72 Pahnunnm, h'V " 727-5010 1 II I