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The Fugitive/The Meteor Man/Manhattan Murder Mystery/The Secret Garden/The Wedding Banquet (1993)
"Siskel & Ebert & the Movies" The Fugitive/The Meteor Man/Manhattan Murder Mystery/The Secret Garden/The Wedding Banquet (original title)

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Siskel and Ebert review The Fugitive (1993), The Meteor Man (1993), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), The Secret Garden (1993) and The Wedding Banquet (1993). The "Laser Disc Pick": Howards End (1992).

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review five new movies and recommend a laser disc. Two big thumbs up for the big summer action picture, The Fugitive (1993). The critics can only find minor things to quibble about Andrew Davis's smart thriller. Two thumbs down for Robert Townsend's The Meteor Man (1993), a children's film about a black superhero: It's sweet but lame. Two moderate thumbs up for Woody Allen's Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993). The murder plot isn't much but the funny stuff is funny. Two thumbs up for the latest adaptation of The Secret Garden (1993), a movie they believe is destined to be a classic and not just for children. Two thumbs up for The Wedding Banquet (1993) about a gay Chinese-American whose parents in Taiwan are pressuring him to get married: The movie finds the truth behind the comedy. The "Laser Disc Pick of the Month": Howards End (1992). Written by J. Spurlin

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