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Call it a backlash to the slim shades we saw everywhere last year (and continue to see), since this curvier counterpart is poised to usurp that look: oversized is on trend. It was only a matter of time before they returned, because the fashionable set have always had a sweet sport for them, and all things “Retro is definitely in this summer, which means it time for bold shapes to reign,” says Tiso. This time around, the offerings are dramatic and glamorous.
(1956/1954) Comic star Judy Holliday plays a minor stockholder who plots a takeover of a mismanaged company with the help of the company’s pushed aside founder (Paul Douglas). Now single, Lemmon goes after Kim Novak while Holliday pursues Jack Carson, although the two still have a backhanded interest in getting together. (RvB)(PG 13; 93 min.) Military bad buys commission a no hearted android killer named Solo (Mario Van Peebles), but there’s just one hitch: Solo’s loathe to go ballistic on just anyone; he’s been programmed to make his own decisions.