The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 11, 1986 · Page 22
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Saturday, January 11,1986 Page 22 'Dire Straits' tops Grammy nominees BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The British group Dire Straits topped the list of nominees for the 28th annual Grammy Awards with nominations for record of the year and album of the year. Mark Knopfler, leader of the group, had the highest number of nominations this year with eight, including work with Dire Straits and with Chet Atkins. The three-hour awards show will be broadcast Feb. 25 on CBS-TV. Five nominations each went to pop musician Phil Collins, classical conductor Robert Shaw, and rockers Tina Turner and Sting, while former Eagle Don Henley and rock band leader Huey Lewis received four each. Nominated for record of the year was Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing," Henley's "Boys of Summer," Huey Lewis and the News' "The Power of Love," Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A." and USA for Africa's "We Are the World." Nominated for album of the year were "We Are the World," USA for Africa; "Brothers in Arms," Dire Straits; "No Jacket Required," Phil Collins; "Whitney Houston," Whitney Houston; and "The Dream of the Blue Turtles," Sting. Best new artist nominees were the Norwegian group a-ha, Freddie Jackson, Katrina and the Waves, Julian Lennon and Sade. Others who received multiple nominations were classical producer Marquee Robert E. Woods with seven, followed by producer David Foster with six. Nominated for song of the year were "Boys of Summer," "Every- time You Go Away," "I Want to Know What Love Is," "Money for Nothing" and "We Are the World." Female performance nominations went to Pat Benatar for "We Belong," Whitney Houston for "Saving All My Love for You," Madonna for "Crazy for You," Linda Ronstadt for her "Lush Life" album, and Tina Turner for "We Don't Need Another Hero." Male nominees were Phil Collins for "No Jacket Required," Glenn Frey for "The Heat is On," Sting for "The Dream of the Blue Turtles," Stevie Wonder for his "Part-Time Lover," and Paul Young for "Everytime You Go Away." Best vocal duo and group nominees were Philip Bailey and Phil Collins for "Easy Lover," Foreigner for "I Want to Know What Love Is," Huey Lewis and The News for "The Power of Love," USA For Africa for "We Are the World/' and Mr. Mister for "Broken Wings." Nominees for female rock vocals were Pat Benatar for "Invincible," Tina Turner for "One of the Living," Melba Moore for "Read My Lips," Nona Hendryx for "Rock This House," and Cyndi Lauper for "What a Thrill." Male rock performance nominees were Don Henley for "Boys of Salina movies A Nightmare on Elm Street-2 — Subtitled "Freddy's Revenge," this sequel is all Freddy's — the monster with the shriveled face and 6-inch steel fingernails. This time he wreaks havoc on the life of Jesse, an ordinary teenager. Freddy even, in one particularly bloody scene, emerges from within the boy's body. It's "as stomach-turning as might be expected, but it has a lot going for it: clever special effects, a good leading performance (by Robert Englund) and a villain so chatty he practically makes this a human-interest story," writes New York Times critic Janet Maslin. There are even touches of humor — "as when the pet bird goes wild, attacks its mate and then explodes, leaving behind only a puff of feathers. 'It's that cheap seed you've been buying,' someone in Jesse's family explains.' " — Vogue, Rated R Black Moon Rising — Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Vaughan star in a shoot-em-up futuristic car action movie. — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Jewel of the Nile — Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner star in the sequel to "Romancing the Stone." This time, the comic- romantic pair romp across Africa, pursued by their inept nemesis, Danny DeVito. But there isn't much new, says New York Times critic Janet Maslin. "Sadly for the sequel," Maslin says, "the novelty in that contrast (between the workaday life of a romance novelist and her far- flung adventures) was more than used up the first time around." She says Turner "retains her original feistiness" and comes close to carrying the movie, but Douglas "lacks the dash that this swashbuckling role demands." — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Out of Africa — Meryl Streep and Robert Redford star in what could be the movie team of the year. Streep plays the Danish baroness-novelist SALINA WORKS! MOVIE RENTAL 99* TAPES 7 Days A Week 80% Of Our Stock GOLD STAR TAPES $ 1" TDaysAWeek 20% of Our Stock DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Summer," John Fogerty for "Centerfield," Mick Jagger for "Just Another Night," Bryan Adams for "Reckless," and John Cougar Mel- lencampfor "Scarecrow." Nominees for group rock per- Uncovers the Hero Inside Us All. VCR RENTAL $ 1 ALL MOVIES Monday & Thursday or any other day w/VCR rental. Min. 2 tapes please! "Where Servict Is Part 01 t»er» Sale" J"* TV ft TIPE CENTER Dun "HI Ip Sii ISM formance with a vocal were Heart for "Heart," Bryan Adams for "It's Only Love," Dire Straits for "Money or Nothing," Starship for "We Built This City," and Eurythmics for "Would I Lie to You?" 439 S. Broadway OPEN SUNDAYS lOam-Apm Isak Dinesen (whose real name was Karen Blixen). She operates a coffee farm in Kenya in the early part of this century. Redford is a maverick pioneer who steals her heart, despite her love for her husband. The film is based on Dinesen's autobiographical novel by the same name. It's a "big, physically elaborate but wispy movie," writes Vincent Canby in The New York Times. Streep is intelligent, intense and obsessive in her role, but "with the exception of Miss Streep's performance, the pleasures ... are all peripheral ..." — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Rocky IV — Boxer Rocky Balboa has catapulted himself into the realm of international diplomacy in this movie, battling a Soviet villian in a contest he describes as "Us against Them." He battles Ivan Drago, played by Dolph Lundgren, a vicious fighting machine, with a wife (Brigitte Nielsen) to match. "There's nothing new about the screenplay ..." says Janet Maslin in The New York Times. "Nor is there anything novel about the visual style that places heavy emphasis ... on slow-motion shots of flying bodily fluids — blood, saliva, and particularly, sweat." — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Spies Like Us — Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd are paired as a State Department spokesman and a language genius sent to act as decoys for two legitimate spies being sent to a secret rocket installation in the eastern Soviet Union. It's a "heavily calculated" movie, says Associated Press critic Bob Thomas, that makes light of nuclear holocaust. "What ultimately defeats 'Spies Like Us' is the leaden direction by John Landis, the reliance on special effects and the curiously flat interrelationship between Chase and Aykroyd." — Fox, Rated PG — Compiled by Lori Brack TV movies, specials 7 p.m. — Change of Habit, WGN, Salina Cable Channel 11 Elvis Presley, Mary Tyler Moore (1969). A young novitiate and a doctor become deeply attached while working together in a ghetto clinic. 8 p.m. — Agatha Christie's Murder with Mirrors, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 Amateur sleuth Miss Marple investigates murder at an elderly friend's ancestral home, an ancient castle that now serves as a rehabilitation center for juvenile delinquents. 8 p.m. — The Man from Laramie, Sauna Cable Channel 7 James Stewart, Wallace Ford (1955). A man seeks revenge on the gunrunners responsible for his brother's death. Pacific & N. Ohio Playing Friday and Saturday Nights 10 pm-2 am "The Blades" From Salina Private Club — Memberships Available 823-6260 Playing Tonight "Driftwood" SHUFFLE BOARD POOL TABLE DART MACHINE OI'KN: Mnn.-Kri. 4 pin Sal unlay H pin KITCHEN'S OPEN SPECIALIZING IN Mountain Oysters and Steak Fingers THE FILM IS SCARY! Fast and nerve-racking... Startling!" —Janet Maslin, THE NEW YORK TIMES "DELIRIOUSLY FRIGHTENING.' —Jan Herman, THE DAILY NEWS iMH 2&..I 24 HOUR MOVIE HOTLINE 825-9105 $2 25 PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) SEN. CITIZENS $2 25 ANYTIME Meet Sam Quint... Stealing from him is the biggest mistake you can make. *\ TOMMY LEE JONES BLACK MOON f I ON ELM STREET 2 FREDDY'S REVENGE (*5:00)-7:00-9:15 [P MATINEE SATURDAY (*2:00) AHARLEYCOKLlSSnimTOMMYLEEJONES BLACK MOON RISING LINDA HAMILTON ROBERT VAUGHN RICHARD JAECKEL BUBBA SMITH FROM THE MIND OF JOHN CARPENTER... Sunset (*5:00)-7:15-9:30 MATINEE SATURDAY AT (*2:00) RIME-TIMER ^ A TICKETS SO25 i), OJilY i ) They're back again... Romancing a brand new stone. MICHAEL DOUGLAS KATHLEEN TURNER DANNY DeVlTO Mid-State (•5:151-7:30-9:30 MATINEE SAT. ('2:15) PRIME-TIMER ROCKY! ROCKY! ROCKY! America Cheers for the Champ! ROCKY H SYLVESTER STALLONE ^~~ ') ('6:00)-7:00-9:15 I MAT. SAT. (*2:00) Mid-State 6 GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS BEST PICTURE - DRAMA • BEST DIRECTOR BEST ACTRESS - DRAMA • BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR BEST SCREEN PLAY • BEST ORIGINAL SCORE BASED 0 N . A T R U E S T 0 R Y. ROBERT BEDFORD MERYL STREEP ^SYDNEY POLLACK Film Our OF AFRICA Sunset III6HTLY»T(*4:46)-8:15 ED M»TMEES»T.»T(*1:30) KINKS ONLY With spies like these.,.who needs enemies? ISPIE5 LIKE IISI Fox CHEW CHASE • DAN AYKROYD JJKt PU Wlt'l HI 1 Ul. UUIHTt «WI« •"> Ul "*" Wm\l SltCW ADV1NTUH1 US)

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