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At the Movies Nes Briefs 'Carrie' remake all trick, no treat , By lan Black Special to The Sun It seems I've had to spend a disproportionate amount of Heiser's Pumpkin Patch leekends in October U-pick pumpkins, gourds, mini pumpkins, indian c-orn, apples HAY MALE! FREE NAY RIOE$1 Weekends in October, starting Oct. ,5 Open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Watch 3 PII#PKItl CANNONS fire every hour starting at 11 a.m. GET A THRILL & ride "hlinend" the Fire Eine & the Orend h/end Refreed Go to heiserfarms.com [or more SPO01TUI-&R E, Ye, HTS. )IRECTIONS; Follow Hwy. 221 south approx. 7 miles from Dayton, turn left at Grand Island Junction, follow signs. time this year commenting on the increased frequency of se- quels and remakes in the film industry. I guess it's time we covered another remake. The 1976 film "Carrie" starring Sissy Spacek was a horror film. Based on a novel by Steven King, its climactic scene in which Carrie is showered in pig's blood at the prom and pro- ceeds to unleash telekinetic fury is one of the most iconic moments in cinema. Despite "Carrie" being an extremely famous film, direc- tor Kimberly Peirce apparently felt the movie needed an up- date. Much like with the book and the '76 film, Carrie White (Chlo6 Moretz) is a lonely, troubled teenage girl with an overbearing and extremely re- ligious mother (Julianne In The00Sun tills week foe Ceent Snvings! BbMart proefer & Gmble Helser arms 20900 Grand Island Loop SE Dayton, Oregon ' (503) 868-7512 www.heiserfarms.com N Moore). When Carrie is bul- lied at her high school and the event'is uploaded to You Tube, she begins receiving unwanted attention from her peers. Carrie also begins to discover that she seemingly has telekinetic powers, which she begins to de- velop. Meanwhile, when a girl takes pity on her for the treat- ment she's received, the bullies begin to plan a way to further humiliate her, which leads where everyone knows it will. I'm not totally against tl,, idea of a film remake if some- thing is very dated or if there's some way to put an interesting new spin on the story. But this "modem" adaptation changes so little that the whole thing comes off as unnecessary. Both Moretz and Moore turn in good performances here. Yet, they're still just doing things people have already done. So, in the end while "Car- rie" isn't a bad film, it's just the same film with some slightly different window dressing. It explores the same themes with the same conflicts. The "mod- em" setting adds nothing but superfluous fluff, and that is how you waste an opportunity. Grade: C- Entertainment Value: 5.5 CROWN MI MOelkl. CtillP. * CRFIAnON & BIIAI SIMPLE CREMATION $495 Traditional Funeral $1,975 Simple Direct Burial $550 No Hidden Costs, Guaranteed Privately Owned Cremation Facility www.AN ewTradition.com Farm Bureau plans annual dinner meeting The Yarnhill County Farm Bureau will hold its annual din- ner meeting on Nov. 2 at the Golden Valley Brewery & Res- taurant, McMinnville. Doors open at 5:30, dinner served at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $15 per per- son. Keynote speaker is Lin- field College Professor Eric Schuck, speaking on the affects that the Midwest drought will have on the Willamette Valley. For reservations, please leave a message at 503-472- 9123 by no later than Oct. 28. Willamina PTSO plans free movie night on Nov. 8 The Willamina Elementary School Parent Teacher Student Organization is hosting a free fam- ily movie event on Friday, Nov. 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Admission is free with a donation of two nonperishable food items for the local food bank. Bring in this clipping from The Sun and receive a free bag of popcorn. Polk County Fair Improvement dinner auction set for Nov. 16 The Polk County Fair Im- provement Association will hold its 14th annual dinner auc- Wednesday, October 23, 2013, The Sun 7 tion on Nov. 16 at the Polk County FTiirgrounds and Events Center. The silent auction will be- gin at 4:30 p.m. with a dessert auction set for 6 p.m. and oral auction at 7 p.m. The cost is $20 per person by Nov. 1 and $25 after that date The price includes dinner, dessert and beverages To make a donation for the auction or to make dinner res- ervations call Samantha at 503- 550-4622 or the fairgrounds at 503-623-3048 Willamina Coastal Hills Art Tour to be held Nov. 8-9 The 22nd annual Willamina Coastal Hills Art Tour will be held on Nov. 8-9 showcasing the work of the artists and craftsmen in the West Valley. Artists will have their work on display and for sale through- out the community between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day. Pick up a "Take the Tour" card, have all of the artists sign it, drop it in the barrel for a chance to win a prize from one of the artists. Meeting set for Y.C. Small Woodlands Association The Yamhill County Small Woodlands Association and the OSU Extension Service are presenting Larry Miller of the Oregon Department of Forestry on Wednesday, 23 Oct. 23 Miller will discuss the science of genetic tree improvement and the benefits of upgrading planting stock. All woodland owners and the general public are invited to attend. Free refreshments and door prizes by Elmer Parker will be provided. The social half hour will start at 6:30 p.m. and the pre- sentation will start at 7 p.m. at the OSU Yamhill County Ex- tension Auditorium, 2050 NE Lafayette Ave., McMinnville, Applications will be at the meeting or downloadable at OSWA.org. The YSWA pays $25 for new members, so bring your application to the meeting. Kids can enjoy nature play at Sheridan library on Oct. 26 The Yamhill Watershed Stewardship Fund will hold a free outdoor education pro- gram for families and chil- dren of all ages at the Sheridan Public Library from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26. Explore the plants and ani- mals around the library dur- ing a nature walk. Discover new things by looking through a microscope. Learn more about nature with field guides and by observing d live garter snake. The hands-on educational event is free. Children of all ages-from pre-school on up- will enjoy the activities. I , I Aesthetics Auto Parts Auto Repair Auto Repair Beauty Salon Building Mat'l SUSAN JONES AESTHETICS 503-843-3338 144 E. Main St. Sheridan Mon. - Sat. By App't. ,;)DAVISON " AUTO PARTS Machine Shop. $erwce 317 S, Bddge 1717 N. 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