PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED (1986, PG-13, 103 Mins) If you could live your life all over again, would you change anything? Kathleen Turner, portraying Peggy Sue, gets the chance to answer this tantalizing question in Francis Ford Coppola's acclaimed romantic comedy. CHANCES ARE (1989, PG, 108 Mins) Cybill Shepherd stars as Corinne Jeffries, a beautiful young woman whose picture-perfect marriage comes to a shattering halt when her husband Louie dies unexpectedly. Fortunately, Louie gets a second shot at life when he agrees to be "recycled" back to earth as the newborn Alex Finch. BLIND DATE (1987, PG-13, 95 Mins) When Walter Davis (Bruce Willis, the Sixth Sense) is set up with gorgeous Nadia Gates (Kim Basinger, No Mercy), the perfect blind date dissolves into disaster in this sexy comedy caper. THE FISHER KING (1991, R 137 Minutes) Robin Williams, Jeff Bridges, Amanda Plummer and Mercedes Ruehl star in Terry Gilliam's must-see comic masterpiece. Williams is Parry, a homeless history professor who lives in a fantasy world full of castles, Red Knights and damsels in distress. Bridges co-stars as Jack, New York's #1 shock deejay, whose off-hand arrogance triggers a tragedy which ruins his career. SHORT CIRCUIT 2 (1988, PG, 110 Minutes) Number Five, A.K.A. Johnny Five, that incredible lovable robot, is back and taking the big city by storm. More "human" than ever, upbeat Johnny's out for some "urban input", but some street hoods see his innocence as their high-tech ticket to easy street. THE TOY (1982, PG, 102 Minutes) Spoiled Eric Bates is offered a choice of any toy in his father's department store and wants the one thing that isn't for sale-Jack Brown (Richard Pryor).