Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review five new movies. A split vote on Family Business (1989). Both critics agree the half-comic, half-serious crime movie is uneven, but Ebert liked pieces well enough to recommend it. Another split vote on Blaze (1989). Ebert liked the characters; Siskel felt they were cute but didn't really take him anyplace. Two thumbs up for the David Mamet-scripted comedy, We're No Angels (1989), a very loose remake of the 1955 Humphrey Bogart movie. Siskel loved everything about it; Ebert is only tepidly positive. Two thumbs down for the The Wizard (1989), a poor children's movie that exists only to plug Nintendo. Two more thumbs down for _The Rosegarden (1989)_, a well-meaning Holocaust movie that unintentionally trivializes it. Written by
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[reviewing "The Wizard"
Nintendo fans are gonna be as disappointed as everyone else. Now, what do I know about Nintendo? Very little. But I know THIS: I once got to the second level of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", and so in this movie, when they talk about "Hey, I got to the third level" and they show the screen, even dummy like ME, I know enough that they got to the first level. So any kid's gonna say, "This movie doesn't know what it's talking about!" That's not the third level of "Teenage...