Saturday 19 July 1997
The Fugitive (cert 15), an action thriller starring Harrison Ford, is a big-screen version of the 1960s TV series about a doctor wrongly convicted of murdering his wife. Tommy Lee Jones won an Oscar for his role as the wily federal marshall who follows in relentless pursuit when Ford goes on the run.
Neil Jordan's Interview with a Vampire (cert 18) features Tom Cruise as the charismatic vampire Lestat. Adapted from Anne Rice's horror novel, it also stars Brad Pitt, Christian Slater and Antonio Banderas.
Outbreak (cert 15) is a disaster thriller in which a military research doctor (Dustin Hoffman) discovers that a deadly virus has been smuggled into the US from the body of an African monkey. A race against time follows to stop it spreading.
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