Cinema: Best of '86: Cinema

ALIENS Tall, wondrous Sigourney Weaver battles tall, terrible monsters in James Cameron's technically awesome blend of the horror, sci-fi and service- comedy genres.

BLUE VELVET Political and sexual corruption in Your Town, U.S.A. David Lynch's | luscious sick joke is a nightmare that refuses to explain itself, or to be forgotten.

THE FLY Under the grotty gore of David Cronenberg's nifty horror comedy lurks something even more terrifying: a parable of a lover's fidelity, no matter how repulsive the physical decay, no matter how great the emotional sacrifice.

HANNAH AND HER SISTERS Sketching on his broadest canvas, Woody Allen creates a...

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