03/13/1989 at 01:00 AM EST
>THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS While Bette Midler looks ill at ease just standing there as she sings, those static shots are spliced into some charming clips from Benches, and Midler's version of the Larry Henley-Jeff Silbar tune is touching.
THE LIVING YEARS
Pop rock concerned with generation gaps?! Mike Rutherford of Mike & the Mechanics, visiting a grave—ostensibly his dad's—with his son Tom, suggests how vital it is to communicate before it's too late.
WALK THE DINOSAUR Yes, it's the very soul of inanity and the essence of sexist voyeurism. But Was (Not Was) singers Sweet Pea Atkinson and Sir Harry Bowens and choreographer Helene Phillips make inanity fun and sexism sexy.