January 20, 1996
Web posted at: 9:00 a.m. EST
From Entertainment Correspondent Dennis Michael
HOLLYWOOD, California (CNN) -- The video stores are offering up several of new choices this week. One of 1995's lost treasures, "Indian in the Cupboard," gets another chance on home video. The movie is based on the children's book of the same name. It's elegantly translated by scriptwriter Melissa Matheson and director Frank Oz, and will captivate both children and adults.
Another film hitting the rental counter is the disappointing "Nine Months." The comedy about coming to terms with parenthood doesn't offer up a lot of laughs. Robin Williams does add some amusement value, but Hugh Grant doesn't.
If you're not in the mood for feature-length movies, check the video store for a 20th anniversary collection of the "Saturday Night Live" "Mr. Bill' episodes. Having been introduced on the veteran comedy show in 1975, Mr. Bill is indeed turning 20.
See you at the rental counter.
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