The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 5, 1997 · Page 98
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 98

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TGIF The Palm Beach Post DECEMBER 5, 1997 Page 7 ' TIME MAGAZINE, muimm stkukti "CHEERS FOR COPPOLA! 'THE RAINMAKER', CLEVERLY ADAPTED BY FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA, IS HONEST FUN." lfil:IS.; 5 ASSOCIATED PRESS. Brilliantly acted... liitti WillMI V mxmam Thoughtful and involving. , , ;flatt Damon shows --UL JLL .he's got the stuff." Should you see it? L d L a ht Legend: 8 3 5 Recommended 3: & & 8 a I v A Mixed Bag O Don'tBother 7 $7 1 & 7 $ 1 Resurrection ,' Anastasia . Bean ' O. '' ,,J Rubber "The Ice Storm" " ; . O"; " The Jackal O O The Rainmaker ' ' The Little Mermaid ; Mad City Z7 'C . .J ..Man.. Knew Too Little o O O Garden of Good & Evil . ; 0.0 One Night Stand O O Starship Troopers O , 0. 0 O ; The Wings of the. Dove rr7-SISEEL:&EBERT- E - . ... t--- fr -w w "Two thumbs up!" 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FINE FOR 4 AND UP: The Little Mermaid (G): Re-release of 1989 animated Disney hit proves its humor, tuneful charm are intact. Kiddie frights: toothy shark, blowy hurricane, sneaky sea witch. BETTER FOR 6 AND UP: Anastasia (G): Handsome, often witty animated musical romance about lost princess makes historical hooey of Russian revolution. Rasputin is a sorcerer languishing in limbo, his body always coming apart; tots may cringe at storm and Anastasia's final battle with Rasputin. Rubber (PG): Robin Williams is science prof who invents flying rubber in remake of Disney's 1961 comedy. Under-6's may get bored toward end with special effects overload and too much talk. Slapstick violence, high-tech flatulence joke, rare risque humor that youngest won't get anyway. APPROPRIATE FOR TEENS Mortal Kombat Annihilation (PG-13): Second movie based on video game features awful acting, dumb dialogue, showy special effects. Bloodless but bone-crunching martial-arts violence; crude language; mild sexual innuendo; negative African-American stereotype; human characters changing into dragons may scare younger kids. The Man Who Knew Too Little (PG): Bill Murray in low-key, occasionally amusing comedy about American caught in London terrorist plot. Rare crude language, mildly bawdy sexual innuendo, comic violence. The Rainmaker (PG-13): Hugely enjoyable tale of young attorney fighting evil insurance company. Violence involving abusive husband; discussion of sexual harassment; rare profanity, smoking, drinking. Bean (PG-13): Still obnoxious but slightly sanitized version of British TV's Mr. Bean wrecks art museum in fairly funny farce. Toilet humor, rude gestures, mild sexual innuendo, rare profanity. Mad City (PG-13): Fired security guard takes hostages; ambitious TV reporter exploits him in fascinating, flawed drama. Nongraphic violence; kids in jeopardy; occasional profanity. R'K Alien Resurrection: First-rate, almost profound sequel has Sigourney Weaver's long-dead Ripley back as a clone, fighting the evil, lizardy creatures on another spaceship. Blood, slime, brains, guts, violent gunplay; strong profanity; crude sexual innuendo; seminudity. High-schoolers. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: Clint Eastwood's droopy adaptation of popular John Berendt book about murder and eccentricity in Savannah. Gun violence, strong language, drinking, smoking, discussion of transsexualism. High-schoolers. Starship Troopers: Humans fight giant alien bugs in slick, ultra-violent, fascistic sci-fi epic. Dismemberment gore-fest; sexual situation, nudity, occasional profanity. Un-squeamish high-schoolers. Red Corner: Richard Gere as U.S. lawyer framed for murder m China m glitzy, absorbing anti-repression screed. Bloodied corpse; scmigraphic violence; sexual situation, nudity; profanity; drinking, smoking. High-schoolers. The Wings of the Dove: Overdecorated, passionate, emotional adaptation of Henry James novel. Woman plots for her penniless lover to marry a conveniently dying millionairess. Explicit sex scenes, some nudity; scene in opium den; cigarettes, drinking. Mature high-schoolers. JANE HOROWITZ Washington Post Writers Group WEST PLM j WEST PALMj HEY WEST PALM BEACH, STAY TUNED FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO BECOME A BAR WEST PALM INSIDER. THIS IS A PRIVILEDGE SPECIALLY RESERVED FOR THOSE WHO LIVE IN THE AREA. WEST PALM 301 DATURA STREET 561-248-3422

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