Picks and Pans Review: This Week

UPDATED 04/10/1995 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 04/10/1995 at 01:00 AM EDT

>TUBE: The latest Perry Mason movie lacks Burr but not bite; Pride &Joy is yet another NBC sitcom chronicling the angst of neurotic young New Yorkers

SCREEN: Jefferson in Paris sounds a declaration of dependence on costume drama clich├ęs; the pain in Maine falls plainly on Dolores Claiborne's title character; Priest sensitively limns a gay clergyman's crisis of conscience

SONG: Stevie Wonder signs, seals but doesn't quite deliver on his first album in four years; Duran Duran runs for covers; Skid Row shows surprising skill

PAGES: James Ellroy vividly, if chaotically, reimagines JFK's murder; Anne Frank regains her fullest voice; Jack Finney writes a time-travel sequel

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