Critics' Voices: Dec. 3, 1990

MOVIES

ROCKY V. In his last fight he beat up on the whole Soviet Union, and look what happened to them! This time Rocky Balboa's goal is more modest: to become the street-fighting champ of West Philly. Sylvester Stallone goes for the heartstrings, not the head butts, and the movie is sloppily good-hearted: primal schmaltz.

THREE MEN AND A LITTLE LADY. The bachelor trio (Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson) of the 1987 box-office champ Three Men and a Baby are now in charge of a six-year-old. The jokes and plot lines are way older, and everyone plays breathlessly cute. Pablum...

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