Picks and Pans Review: New on Video

updated 08/07/1989 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 08/07/1989 AT 01:00 AM EDT

>GRIM: MISSISSIPPI BURNING Few would have argued if Dustin Hoffman had been asked to share his new Oscar with Gene Hackman. As a Southern-born FBI agent whose patience and temper have worn thin, Hackman joins Willem Dafoe to investigate three civil-rights workers' deaths in a story based on real events in Philadelphia, Miss., in 1964. (Orion)

SILLY: PHYSICAL EVIDENCE Burt Reynolds, doing his rogue-cop bit, is framed for murder; Theresa Russell is the unlikely public defender on his case. (Vestron)

INSECTICIDAL: THE FLY II Eric Stoltz buzzes around Daphne Zuniga and basically makes a pest of himself in a dull sequel. (CBS/Fox)

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