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C-10Entertainment the Cincinnati inquirer Friday, September 27, m a Hitler, :wrai7?iTprvTgrgr PIMriMMATI'Q MOST LUXURIOUS HhAlhH FOREST FAIR MALL BIGGS PLACE MALL EXIT 39 OFF -275 EXIT 63-B OFF r-275 753-6588 ROCKETEER "PG" 5:00 7:15 SOAP DISH "PQ13" 12:50 2:45 9:2511:30 POINT BREAK "R" 1:25 4:20 7:00 9:3011:25 PROBLEM CHILD II "PC13" 1 :05 3:05 5:05 7:05 9:05 1 1 :05 DON'T TELL MOM "PG13" 12:45 2:50 5:15 7:25 9:35 11:50 MYSTERY DATE "P013" 1:10 3:10 5:10 7:10 9:1011:10 WHAT ABOUT BOB? "PG" 1:403:40 5:407:409:4011:40 BILL TED'S JOURNEY "PG" 1:20 3:20 5:20 7:20 9:20 11:20 CHILD'S PLAY III "R" 1 :45 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:45 1 1 :45 ilia 671-1710 OR 333-44442081 SILENCE OF THE LAMBS "R" 12:30 2:50 5:10 7:30 9:45 12:00 CHILD'S PLAY III "R" 1:10 3:10 5:10 7:10 9:1011:10 BILL t TED'S JOURNEY "PO" 1:15 3:15 5:15 7:15 9:1511:15 PROBLEM CHILD II "PG13" 3:20 5:20 7:20 BACKDRAFT "R" 12:40 9:2011:50 MOBSTERS "R" 12:55 3:05 5:25 7:35 9:45 11:55 DON'T TELL MOM "P013" 12:50 3:00 5:20 7:30 9:35 11:40 WHAT ABOUT BOB? "PO" 1:25 3:25 5:25 7:25 9:2511:25 MYSTERY DATE "P013" 1:00 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 11:00 NOW PLAYING SHOWCASE CINEMAS CINCINNATI 351-2233 SHOWCASE CINEMAS SPRINGDALE B71-6B84 .1:05,3:25,5:35,7:50,10:05. FrlSil Lilt Shows 12:10 2 V. V w rill I Larry Miller, left, and Sinbad in scene from Necessary Roughness THE 1 MOVIE IN AMERICA Thriller, football flick fail to score 'Roughness,' 'Deceived' pointless mm f;joe a I Film 1 h- fir 1) The first big weekend of the fall movie season rolls out with six new films opening today in the Tristate. Hollywood tackles several tried-and-true genres, including the thriller and the football film: Necesssary Roughness (PG-13; profanity). V4 The no-huddle offense of football movies is a rush-rush playbook of genre cliches that don't put many points on the scoreboard. On first down, the Texas State University Armadillos go from the Cotton Bowl to the Toilet Bowl after being slapped with probation. Enter an honest coach, Ed Gen-nero (Hector Elizondo), and his assistant, Wally (Robert Loggia), who try to field a team without scholarships and boosters. On second down, Wally rolls right and recruits quarterback Paul Blake (Scott Bakula), a 34-year-old Marlboro Man. A Lone Star legend in high school, he passed up college to stay on the family farm. He's always wondered, what if . . .? On third down, director Stan Dragoti (Mr. Mom) milks the clock witu the usual lineup of brawny but brainless misfits, teacher crushes and pivotal midterms. There's also a gridiron-loathing dean, a barroom brawl and a crowd-pleasing, win-one-for-the-Gipper finale. Cribbing from one of the genre's best films, The Longest Yard, the Armadillos even scrimmage a squad of convicts, played by current and former NFLers. On fourth down: Punt. Sideline discussions center on the film's flat humor and lack of focus and edge. In its own way, its "little victories" theme is as dishonest as the feel-goodism plaguing most films this year. Compensations include the film debut of ESPN's Chris Berman, swimsuit model Kathy Ireland as the Armadillos' placekicker, and Saturday Night Live's Rob Schnei- V .... 1M A gang of loners, jt loonies and losers are about to become something they've never been before.. a team. PARAMOUNT fMll PRESENTS A MACE HEUFEIO UD ROBERT REiE PHODULTION A fllU ll STAN DRAGOTt NECESSARY ROUGHNESS M BAKULA-ROBERT LOGGIA - HARLEY JANE S1AD md HECTGH HO SHOWARl W. IH, JR. """RICH NATM i OAIIIO FIIEiiR MACWEEB AND ROBERT REHUE ,mi!STAN DRAGOII IPG 13 mum strongly cautioned I tESsKsT immmmmmamm &Tk L - iHIWMth'tWIt'MMiM't'JVlkLitajtmU ' tmm mtmW Hy u hifrtfrUti tm CWMw 9ttm 11 STARTSTODAY! KENWOOD 275 EAST tbkountyi-5 NORTHcATE COVEDALE FLORENCE I I 793-6100 II 851 8900 l 771-4544 l 385-5585 II 921-7573 II 535 8400 I 2:00,4:30, 1:50,7:40, 2:00,5:10,7:40, 2:00.5:00,7:40, 5:50,8:10 Z 00 4 30 7 30 7:40,9:50 9:50 9:50,12:10 10:00,12:10 10:15 9:40,11:50 ' SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT - NO PASSES OR DISCOUNT TICKETS ACCEPTED der ("Rob! The Robster! Robba-dobba-ding-dong!"), a hoot as the team's announcer. Deceived (PG-13; profanity, violence). The seven-year itch won't wait for Adrienne (Goldie Hawn). As she and husband Jack (John Heard) celebrate their sixth anniversary, everything seems swell. They're still madly in love, they've got an impossibly cute daughter and they're both successful buyers in the New York City art world. But Adrienne begins to suspect Jack has been lying about trips to Boston and stuff. She also wonders if he was responsible for an art curator's death and the theft of a $4 million Egyptian necklace. The night she confronts him, he walks out, cracks up the car and is killed. Or is he? Adrienne has doubts, so she plays detective why doesn't she just go to the police?! a dumb move that lasts for an eternity. The audience, however, never doubts, because director Damian Harris (The Rachel Papers) reveals all until the last 20 minutes. An effective thriller should never allow us to be two steps ahead of its twists and surprises. But that's the case here. The result, lifeless and suspenseless, leans on cheap scare tricks leaping cats and bodies crashing through windows to make us jump. And in the Unintentional Laughter department, check out Jack bellowing "Adriennnne!!" like Mr. Balboa at the end of Rocky. Yo ho-ho. 1 Ji!i)!.R.' IfaiPr 4ii)!HS ffnyw A ' -wr w ' -. m "' KENWOOD 27AST wkountyh NORThSaTE I FLORENCE 1 1 COVEO ALE 1 1 MARIEMONT "i L'il-'0 t'WtNCira..WI IJJTCOHWiN.VI fUlHWIMUAUIS MfOCllW.."..! IKWWOOlTdnU 1 8518900 l 771 4S44 l 385 5585 II S -UOO II 931?375 II H1 1117 1:40,8:00, 1:30.3:30, 1:40,3:40, 1:50,3:50, 5:45,8 00, 5-50 g on 10:10 5:30,7:50, 5:40,7:50, 5:50,8:00 10 05 ' 10:00,12:00 9:50.11:46 10:00,12:00 10:10 CINMfl E i kcnwood roHi CI Discussion with Dr. Porte (DC Film Dept.) 1 2:30 2:30 4:40 7:40 9:45 following 7:40 Showtime Special limited engagement "MAGNIFICENT!" -Richard Corliss, TIME MAGAZINE Marcel Pagnol's MY Guns N' Roses' albums a 1-2 first Vr -t f MOTHER'S CASTLE . A film by Yves Robert PG riWInRKlNI'KTlWSlclHH A" R"lei"' C7FLORENCEX3I KENWOOD iowne am KIWW000 Al MOHHOWW 791 224 THE COMMITMENTS in w mo satin 1 '12:20 2:40 5:00 7:30 9:55 BARGAIN SHOWS BEFORE 6PM with a combined 4.3 million copies. Why is Illusion II outselling P. Familiarity. Illusion II contains three previously released tracks: "Knockin' On Heaven's Door," a cover of the Bob Dylan hit from 1973; "You Could Be Mine" from Terminator 2; "Civil War," from benefit CD Nobody's Child. Illusion II unseated another history-making album. Garth Brooks' Ropin' The Wind, the first country album to debut at No. 1, lasted just one week at the top. CLIFF RADEL Guns N' Roses continues to shoot holes in the record books. The hard-rock band's twin albums, Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II, debut at Nos. 2 and 1, respectively, on Billboard's 200 Top Albums chart for Oct. 5. This marks the first time two separate albums issued on the same day by the same band have debuted in the No. 1 and 2 spots. Since their Sept. 17 release, the Illusion discs have sold a combined 1.5 million copies. The albums had set a record for advance orders TODAYS TIMES ONLY 212:45 3:10 5:30 7:5510:10 NAKED GUN 212 w 12:50 3:00 5:20 7:20 9:55 DECEIVEDiKiir 12:40 2:50 5:10 7:50 10:00 CINEMA FIVE MY MOTHERS CASTLE (K 12:30 2:30 4:40 7:40 9:45 76M FlWBNg mi W. ilbJUM REGARDING HENRY (Kin 2:20 4:507:359:5012:00 DECEIVtDiKUr 2:10 4:40 7:5510:0512:05 NECESSARY ROUCHNESSiKiir 2:00 4:30 7:30 9:4011:50 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 1:50 3:50 5:50 8:00 10:00 12:00 MYSTERY DATE (Kill 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:50 9:55 11:55 NAKED GUN 2 12 (Mill 1:55 3:55 5:55 8:05 10:10 12:00 DOUBLE IMPACT HI- 2:05 4:35 7:40 9:5512:00 COMPANY BUSINESS iniii 1:353:355:35 7:45 9:4511:45 THE COMMITMENTS III- 2:15 4:45 7:25 9:50 12:05 rTRICOUNTY 1-5j T27S EASTJ C7NORTHGATEX3 9727 C01MAIN Art. M5-5585 PURE LUCK (Ki- 1:25 3:25 5:25 7:259:3011:30 NECESSARY ROUGHNESS Ml))- 2:00 5:00 7:4010:0012:10 DECEIVED (PCiil 2:10 4:45 7:30 9:4011:50 DOUBLE IMPAG 2:20 5:20 7:45 9:5512:05 FINAL NIGHTMARE nr 1:40 3:40 5:40 7:50 9:50 11:40 NAKED GUN 2 12 KI3) 1:50 3:50 5:458:1010:1012:00 COMPANY BUSINESS ikiii 1:20 3:30 5:35 8:00 10:05 12:10 CTMARIEM0NTX3 6906 W00S1ER PIM 271-3237 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 5:50 8:00 REGARDING HENRY (Kill 5:408:10 C7 KENWOOD ZS . 78MMONIUWI) . 7934100 NECESSARY ROUGHNESS iniii 2:00 4:30 7:40 9:50 FINAL NIGHTMARE (I)- 1:30 3:30 5:30 8:1010:10 THERE'S MAGIC IN THE AIR AT MUSIC HALL! THE MERRILL LYNCH GRAND PERFORMANCE Friday, September 27, 8:30 pm Saturday, September 28, 8:30 pm iixwrmnuiun nu I-4344 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:50 10:00 12:00 NECESSARY ROUGHNESS iKiir 2:00 5:10 7:40 9:5012:10 DECEIVEDlNUI' 1:50 5:20 7:30 9:3011:30 COMPANY BUSINESS Nil)' 1:40 3:40 5:40 8:00 10:10 11:55 THE COMMITMENTS ID 2:10 5:00 7:20 9:4011:45 rTRI COUNTY 6-7-fl 11605 MUKHOH PW 6714213 BOYZ N THE HOOD ity 5:50 8:00 10:10 12:15 NAKED GUN 2 l2(K 5:40 8:1010:00 ROCKY HORRORin 12:00 NECESSARY ROUGHNESS (Kill 1:50 7:409:50 COMPANY BUSINESS (Nil) 1:30 7:30 9:30 FINAL NIGHTMARE () 1:40 8:00 10:10 DECETVEDiPCitl 2:00 7:50 10:00 7C0VEDALEX 49p ttlKWAV AVLRI J37i. NECESSARY ROUGHNESS (Kin 5:50 8:1010:15 FINAL NIGHTMARE W 5:45 8:00 10:05 JESUS L0PEZ-C0B0S, conductor MAY FESTIVAL CHORUS, Robert Porco, director ctt (in order of vocal appearance) David Gordon, Conchita Julian, Mimi Lerner, Janice Fulbright, Richard Zeller, Susan Wallin, Darren Keith Woods, Carol Malone, Jessica Goldman, Christian Craig, Sheadrick Richards, Kelly Anderson, Friedrich Molsberger, Anthony Turner, Richard Clement, Barbara Pare presented in nHio0""5 7 ii,. cx . iiifi K!IiWIDl!MIM Mil Ml AH MM milfiitelRBilWf MOZART THE MAGIC FLUTE Mozart's enchanting opera performed in costume, sung in German with English SurCaps. SPECIAL GUEST T"1 ric johnson OCTOBER 29 8 PM $19.50 Tickets available at Coliseum Box Office Drive-Up Window, and all SHP JTO-SOT Outlets CHARGE BY PHONE: (513) 72 1 - 1 000 Tickets are available at the CS0 Ticket Store at the corner of 4th and Walnut Streets downtown, . the Music Hall Box Office, or by phone: 381-3300 Half-price Ziptix are available at the CS0 Ticket Store orthe Music Hall Box Office from 11 am until 2 pm day of performance. i(it It O it i 1 dbylWENlEIHCENIUWFOXI Call 241-1818 for information llllll OIHIIiioaolnmnMCoiiomilaMMd 0 (III WltfTtTW CW1URT KM IMW1 HNWOOD TOWNICINTRI I TRI COUNTY 15 I FLORENCE I I t loo wiPKimn piu 7i Hotmci mau I 771 4M I MSMOQ

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