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it 6 The Sun, Wednesday, March 19, 2014 At the Movies i Everyone has a right to know what the government is doing... 9 By lan Black unless there's a good spin on keting boost, ians are forced off the road. an artistic medium.'Most critics Special to The Sun it. The "story" for this fill is There were likely many deaths won't do research past "video '`Need for Speed" is "tech- about as clich6 as you can get anduntoldamountsofproperty game move" to see that it isn't I don't care for racing as a real nically" an adaptation of the for a drag racing film like this. damage. It's all in service of the industry's fault. Aaron Paul life pastime or as a genre in film. video game series of the same Our hero, Tobey (Aaron Paul) justice, though, doesn't win. His first major role I can understand why some name. I say technically, because is a street racer who owns his So, there really isn't anything post "Breaking Bad" is goingto people might be interested in it, saying you've adapted "Need own garage. However, when much to say about "Need for be a critical and commercial flop. but it has never appealed to me. for Speed" is like saying you his evilrival, Dine, offers a high Speed." It is simply a bad racing The producers of this film cer- I didn't even start to enjoy adapted Madden Football. The paying custom car job every- movie. It is badly written, badly tainly didn't win. In addition to the "Fast and the Furious" se- game series has no plot. In it, thing seems to be looking up. acted and doesn't even manage a being critically blasted, it came in des until it became less about you simply race cars. So, in re- In the end Tobey's friend is cheap thrill or two. It is derive- third place to two films released cars and more about capers, ality what happened here is killed and he is framed for in- five in every sense of the word last week. Now, I can enjoy a good car someone made an off-brand voluntary manslaughter,andrnanagestounder-performin I cannot recommend seeing chase as much an any action "Fast and the Furious" knock- After being released from a genre that alreadyis filled with "Need for Speed." I found it fan, but a movie all about rac- off and slapped a video game prison, Tobey vows revenge, lowered expectations, boring, pointless and a waste of ing is unlikely to interest me franchise name on it for a mar- He plans to go about getting The most important thing to money. You would be better off that revenge in the way people rememberwith''NeedforSpeed" just waiting for "Fast & Furl- ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... in all racing movies do: by rac- is that with it, everybody loses, ous 7" later this year and get- ing.And so our"hero" engages The audience doesn't win. The ring ready to pour one out for in a cross country race in order video game industry doesn'twin: Paul Walker while you watch. to enter a different race. Along Every time a terrible adaptation Grade: D the way, many innocent civil- is released it loses credibility as- Entertainment Value: 3 ...except 75% of seniors. Current Oregon law requires public aotices to be printed in a newspaper whose readers are affected by tile notice. Federal, state, and Meal government agencies erroneously believe they can save money by posting public notices on their web sites instead of in the local newspaper. Bat who would have access to those online notices? 62% of U.S. seniors (65 and older) have no internet access, and a third of those who DO have access are still limited to dialup." Besides, you'd have to know in advance where, when, and how to look, and what to look for, in order to be informed about government actions that could affect you directly, Less than 10% of the U,S, population currently visits a government web site daily,"+ but 80% of all Oregon adults read a newspaper at least once during an average week, and 54% read public notices printed there.'" Keep public notices in the newspaped ...... ~+i+i+!iiiiliiii!!iii i+!ii+ii :+! ...... ~i See us on Facebook! Find us at sheridan.sun.1 Breaking news and other story links! The Sun' 136 E. Main, Sheridan 503-843-2312 in "Wake-Up Call" Movie Nights Every fourth Monday of the month Community Rights Yamhill County and Movietime Video & Third Street Pizza present a thought-provoking video. Admission is non-perishable food to feed the hungry or a cash donation to advance Community Rights. The March feature is "Carbon. Nation," a 2010 documentary film by Peter Byke about technological- and community-based en- ergy solutions to the grow- ing worldwide carbon foot- print. The film is narrated by Bill Kurtis. The film will show at 6:30 p.m. on March 25 at Moon- light Theater/Third Street Pizza, 433 NE Third, McMinnville. Student art on display at Slow Train Delphian students from the elementary and middle schools are exhibiting their art at the Slow Train Coffee Shop in Sheri- dan. Hanging is art by Delphian day students Sarah & Juliet Holyfield, Shaylynne Swanberg, McMinnville's Pruette Karl, along with boarders Dalles native Kaitlin Moe, Colorado's Jayda Petry, Canadian Angelica Hangdaan, and many more. Senior Lunch Menus: March 24 - 28 Monday: Chicken breast w/supreme sauce or roast pork w/gravy, whipped potatoes w/gravy, green beans and tomatoes, squash bread, butterscotch bar. Tuesday: Chicken and dumplings or spaghetti w/meat sauce and French roll, green peas and onions, Romaine iceberg salad, pineapple. Wednesday: Santa Fe mini salad or turkey club mini salad on spin- ach Romaine salad, beef barley soup, wheat roll, peanut butter fluff. Thursday: Lima beans and ham or shepherd's pie, herbed car- rots, spinach Romaine salad, French roll, fresh orange. Friday: Breaded baked fish w/dill sauce or baked ham w/orange glaze, Delmonico potatoes, broccoli cuts, wheat bread, lemon cake w/lemon icing. The Northwest Senior & Disability Services Agency offers noon. meals in Sheridan at the UnRed Methodist Church, 234 N. Bridge St. Meals are served at 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. Anyone 60 or over and their spouse are welcome for fellowship and a ho~ nutriUous meal. Home-delivered meals are available for home-bound seniors. A donation of $3 is suggested for the meals. Advance reserva- tions are required. For more information, call 503-843-2000. Aesthetics Auto Parts Auto Repair Auto Repair Beauty Salon Beauty Salon Nail Care Skin Care BUMPER to BUMPER AUTO REPAIi Such Jones Body Waxing SUSAN JONES AESTHETICS 503-843-3338 144 E. Main St. Sheridan Mon. - Sat. By App't. PARTS Machine Shop 317 S. Bridge 17t7 N. Baker Sheridan McMinnville 503-843-221t 503-472-6t14 Sheridan Store Hours: Men,- Fri. 8am - 5:30pro Saturday 8am - 4pm Closed Sunday COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE _ REPAIR Quality Repair Major & Minor Work Foreign & Domestic Custom Exhaust Systems 90 DAYS ~ SINCE 1985 same as 1235 W. 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