The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on June 20, 1986 · 45
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 45

Miami, Florida
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Friday, June 20, 1986
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CLASSIFIED21D MOVIE TIMES4D COMICS18D Star power wit make By CHRISTINE ARNOLD Herald Arts Writer Why do so many critics hate Legal Eagles? Because producer-director Ivan Reit-man who did Chostbusters and Animal House and Stripes tried to go grownup? Because Robert Redford who normally exudes as much warmth as a wooden Indian is trying to be funny? Because Debra Winger looks dowdy? Because the plot which would like to emulate and gently spoof movies like Adam's Rib has its share — of potholes? Uovic Review Legal Eagles (PG)fr torts and all is fun and entertauting What more should a summer movie be? ' In their flawed but serviceable screenplay Jim Cdsh and Jack Epps Jr (authors of Top Gun) combine murder the courtroom and the New York art world Legal Eagles begins with the 1968 murder of artist Sebastian Deardon who has just com-memorated the birthday of his little girl Chelsea by presenting her with a signed painting One of his of course Fast forward to today with gangly Chelsea having metamorphosed into the ravishing Daryl Hannah The grown-up Chelsea has just been arrested for trying to steal one of her daddy's paintings She’s being defended by the spunky Laura-Kelly (Winger) whose novel attempts at getting clients off the hook have iflcTuded putting a dog on the stand Laura’s legal nemesis is also a guy who raises Please turn to EAGLES 9D ‘Karate Kid II missing magic By RYAN P MURPHY Herald Writer olumbia Pictures’ The Karate Kid Part 11 re-teams Ralph Macchro add Pat Morita in their smashitit bellows the press release “The story is focused’ expanded and made even more dramatic than the original!” ’ Let’s get two things straight here First of all the person yho Svrote fat ‘ exultant release needs to taka $edativ£ Secondly he obviously hasn't seen the movie he’s writing about Katate KidJ tisnbt focused It is a rambling tale revolving around Daniel (Mac-chio) and his mentor Miyagi (Morita) as they travel to the old master’s homeland of Okinawa to see his dying father Bad supporting actors flounder around aimlessly clueless as to where they’re going or what thpy will do once they get there Kid ll is not comparable to its predecessor It is Please turn to KARATE 7D There are plenty of ways to play it cool during the Florida summer All it takes is a little imagination By LINDA R THORNTON ’ Arts Writer - ‘ gad it’s here Summertime June showers have cheated the heat until now but between raindrops the sun is mean Air conditioners are working overtime School let out in most of South Florida this week And as if we heeded the calendar to remind us summer officially begins Saturday How to make it through September? You ’ -could hide inside your air-conditioned home ‘ car or office But that wouldn’t be much fun would it? There are plenty of places to play it cool this summer in Dade Broward and Palm Beach counties Many are indoors where air condi tioning provides blessed relief from the humidity outside Others are right under the sun’s fire-red nose with the wind and the water acting as natural coolers Here are some suggestions on how to beat the heat INDOORS Ice skating Make believe it’s winter The temperature rarely rises above 50 degrees in the few remaining ice skating rinks in South Florida At the Miami Beach Youth Center nonmembers can skate for $3 ($1 center admission $1 rink admission and $1 skate rental) Skating times vary each day 2700 Sheridan Ave Miami Beach call 673-7767 for more information - The Sunrise Ice Skating Center at 3363 Pine Island Rd Sunrise boasts an Olympic-size rink Admission ranges from $350 to $650 (plus $1 skate rental) depending on time and day Call 755-001 1 f ' S L ' Work up a cold sweat Get a part- jr full-time slimmer job in an ice-packing plant With demand for ice Cubes and block at a seasonal high some ice manufacturers in South Florida among them Royal Palm Ice in Miami Reddy Ice in Fort Lauder dale and Artie Ice in Deerfield Beach are hiring extra hands to stack and pack the cold stuff The wages are modest ($4-$6 an hour) but the job will keep you cool Museums galleries ' Soak up culture instead of rays this summer at any of the many indoor (and air-conditioned) museums art galleries and libraries in the area Here is some of what’s available Remember that exhibitions may change during the season Bass Museum of Art 2121 Park Ave ’ Miami Beach 673-7530- Miami Color photographs of Miami and Miami Beach through Ju- ‘ ly 6 admis’sion Wednesdays-Sundays $2 adults free to children under 16 admission by donation on Tuesdays Historical Museum of Southern Florida Metro-Dade Cultural Center 101 W Flagler St Miami 375-1492 The exhibition MASH Binding Up the Wounds comes from the Smithsonian in Washington and opens July 4 It includes stage sets and props from the M AS H television series Other exhibits include walk-through South Florida history shipwreck gold and capnons and Audubon bird prints Admission is $3 for adults $2 for children ages 6-12 - Mitchell Wolfson Jr Collection Miami- Please turn to COOL 10D SEAN KELLY Miami Herald Siaf Czznv SooibsvO H THE COLORS WERE BOLD IN NORTH AMERICA at the turn of the century and so were the artists responsible for “The Advent of Modernism ” The Center for the Fine Arts puts a sample of their work on exhibit beginning Saturday See Art 15D r B HE’S GONE SOLO but that doesn't mean he won’t have the Rhythm of the Night on his side El Debarge the leader of the family pop-soul group appears Saturday at the Knight Center He'll perform works from his just-released solo debut album See Concerts 14D B ROCKERS BLUE OYSTER CULT will turn the Atlantis Water Theme Park into Club Ninja after their recent LP by the same name They'll do hits like Don't Fear the Reaper and The Last Days of May as well as selections from Club Ninja See Concerts 14D B REMEMBER ‘CATCH THE WIND' ‘COLOURS’ AND ‘Sunshine Superman’? Singersongwriter Donovan brings his brand of flower power into the ’80s Listen to his mellow music Saturday at the Musicians Exchange in Fort Lauderdale See Concerts 14D B BAGS BEEHIVES ANQ BASKETS an exhibit exploring the art of natural and artificial containers is the first exhibit at Miami Youth Museum in its new location See Potpourri 16D ’ B LOVERS OF LATIN MUSIC could hardly hope for a better week Singer Celia Cruz heats up Casanova’s crooner Jose Jose is at the Dade County Auditorium and Brazilian Nelson Ned performs at Les Violins See Concerts 14D $

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