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' Satu rday, Uctober 10, 1V 10

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HURRY-Last Time on the Giant Screen

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funniest. Groucho's anatomy film ever made. I've never had save a Japanese town from Captain Nemo and his faitastic (Cinema II, Ang. Aud. A, 6:10 I newscreensplendor...Themostmagniicentp
a1 w eek lecture still ranks among the the enjoyment of seeing it, but domination by tyrannical ban- atomic sub are handled rever- & 9:45) - A long, grim and w DAVID 0SELZNiCKS Mea'erAi&RE rTECtI
lunatic interludes of all com- it's probably a sure bet. dits. One of the most stirring ently and imaginatively with a unimaginative film about the
COMMERCIAL CINEMA edy **** Days and Nights in the Forest action films ever made, inspir- minimum of the unsufferable Nazi war crimes trials of the +
Alice in Wonderland - (Fox (Death Race 2000 - (Ann Ar--- Cinema Guild, Arch Aud., ing a number of spin-offs of cutesy - poo - ness which usual- late 1940's. At issue is the guilt W a G w
Village) - No, kiddies, this has bor Film Co-op, MLB 3, 7 & 7 & 9:05) - Satyajit Ray's film which The Magnificent Seven ly saturates any product of the or innocence of a fictional NaziC KGABLE ca
nothing to do with Walt Disney 10:30) - A low-budget sci-fi about the divergent life pat- is the most famous. Believe me, Disney braintrust. ***% judge (Burt Lancaster), seem-
and probably very little to do thriller about a mad futuristic terns of four friends in India. the original is infinitely better. The Passenger - (Ann Ar- ingly more hum~ane than his - LESLIE HOWARD QLI( E A
with Lewis Carroll. This is a race in which the more pedes- The first segment of Ray's Go see it. **** bor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. A, German judicial peers but ATERENsN METROCOLO
withdLew, trians you run down, the more "Calcutta" triology. Touch of Evil - (Ciema 7 & 9:15) - A disillusioned jou'r- seemingly also a willful collab-
brandew, already - celebrated,so points you get. This film played Maya Deren Festival - (Ann Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05) - nalist switches identity with a orator with the Hitler regime.
slig of- o porny, Gnd A&sr- at Briarwood last year for about Arbor Film Co-op, MLB 4, 9:15 A tyrannical police chief of a dead acquaintance in Northern A lot of questions and issues
in yourpopco andsover- two days and then disappeared, only) - A Collection of some of Texas border town goes one Africa, soon finds himself dan- are raised during the course of 4s n rsy2 s
All Screwed Up - (Fifth For but is now apparently bidding | the best work of a noted avant- step too far in his attempt to gerously immersed in the oth- the film's three hours about
)All Scrbwed UprmFih Fo- fair to become the most avid Igarde filmmaker of the '40s and solve a crime. The basically er man's former existence. An- independent action vs. blind
un) - Ann Arbor premiere of cult film of the '70's. And I can '!,.e very routine story is turned by tonioni's first film in five years obedience, about the universal
an er fl yena W hardly wait for this second Orson Welles into a masterwork boasts his unchallenged mas- moral culpability of us all, etc.
was just recently ies i ance to see just what it's all borFmla and Ian - (Ann f direction and acting (Welles tery of the camera plus a won- and so forth - but for all its SHOWS TODAY AT SECOND HI
was jutry relyaseA191about. MLB 4 1 himself plays the fanatical derfully evocative performance profound posturing, Judgment
this country. Fists of Fury - (Ann Arbor only) - A 971 film made in cop). Made on a shoestring bud - at Nuremberg remains a stod 2:00-5:00-8:00 TODAY AT 1
Ann Arbor by Ann Arborites Iby Jack Nicholson as the jour- atNrmeg rmisatogy; :071
2001: A Space Olyssey-Cam- Film Co-op, MLB 3, 8:30 only) n dg.A get, Touch of Evil nonetheless nalist, but falls flat whenever re-hash of a thoroughly un- OPEN 1:45 5:10-715
pus) Stanley Kubricks outer - A mild -mannered factory Grleng Thestor i emerges as one of the finest the director decides to inject his pleasant theme. ** OPEN 14
space (Genesis II) is, if nothing worker who is taunted unmer- Greene. The story involves a movies made during the lean chronic -
else, certainly one of the most cifolly by mob elements, and love triangle volvg one gay, years of the '50's thanks al- the roceedinesisentiasm to Desert - (Ann Arbor Film Co-
completely personalized works finally strikes back. The film is one straight and one bisexual. I most entirely to the efforts of Marat Sade - Peoples Bi- Ara9 imon Cu
of all cinema. A maddeningly a masterful coverup job: The don't know if it's a good film our best and most tragically centennial Commission, Nat. at 10:30) - A pair of religious-
cryptic film, the merits of which pseudo - exotic locales, the or not, but perhaps it should be neglected filmmaker. Sci. Aud., 7 & 9)-Peter Brook's oriented parables by crafty,
will probably be debated for- camny nature of the plot and seen simnly on the principle of EVENTS masterful screen rendering of complex Luis Bunuel. I haven't
ever - perhaps it isn't even a oerfortances, the balletic cha- rooting for the home team. Ark - Roy Brown, Puerto Ri- Peter Weiss's famous asylum seen either of these.
good film, but it's certainly an risma of Bruce Lee - these Zero For Conduct and L'Ata- can comoser and singer, 9, $2. drama. Although seemingly dif L idaos The Yo.
incredible one.It is, of course, a varied elements combine to al- lante - (Ann Arbor Film Co-op, Oriental Prints Exhibit - Un- fering little from t se ver- and (The Young K"nnAk
movie which has to be seen at most (but not quite) obscure MLB 4, complete show at 7 ion Gallery, original oriental s .osuinand the Damned) - Ann ly)
least twice - but most of you the fact that underneath it all only) - Barely half an hour in art. Gallery oen 10 a.m.-6 p.m. reva, Weis's ork no t b- unl' stp, MLB 4, 7 only)
have probably progressed be- Fists of Fury is an exercise in length, Zero for Conduct re- University Symphony Orches- call to political action, not as of Mexican streetg s of
yond that score already. *** elemental sadism, pure and mains one of the most sublime tra - hill Aud., 8 p.m. + C e t y ea ago. gangs of
Seven Beauties - (The Mov- simple. If that's your bag, fine, creations of all film. It depicts BARS an idealism vs. dCymcism met thirty years ago. Thk master's
ies, Briarwood) - Lena Wert- but let's not pretend this cruel in gently absurdist terms the Golden Falcon - Rout, jazz, to TBeas atemo lc inqust directoral genius has seldom
muller's flawed but extraordi- venture is something else than rebellion and overthrow of a 9:30-, $y e ,i a Terrifn ad brilbhinsmirealist de r, t
nary film about an Italian stud what it is. ** children's boarding school by Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini, I ant. * ying an - this semi-surrealist dazzler, but
dedicated to the holy grail of The Last Picture Show - the students, carried out with 9:30, no cover. EVNSery virtuosity results in al- WeekOnly
survival, even if it means sell- (Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 triumphant pageantry. Jean Second Chance - Stone Ark most dwarfing the limited, Stn-
ing his own soul to achieve it. & 9:05) - Peter Bogranovitch's Vigo's film served as the in- Ground, rock, 9, $1-I.50. Ark - Peter Madcat Ruth, ley Kramer-ish subject of his -
The lengthy plot doesn't all hold famous anti-nostalgia film, de- spiration for Lindsay Ander- 9, $.50. A film; it's as--if Frederico Fel- T UltiIate Trip
together, but Wertmuller's tech- picting the corrosive, withering son's recent If . . . , but is so Martial Arts of Kabuki - U- lini were hired to direct an epi
nique is exquisite and enhanced effects of life in a sterile, dead- superior in humor, verve andersity Musical Society, Rack- sBode of Koak. Included on this Rreleasd b, RUEVISTA IS
by Giancarlo Gianini's masterly end Texas town of the early carnival technique that Ander- CINEMA ham Aud., 8:30. bill is the famous Bunuel - Sal- 0 W Ine."")
conception of the craven hero- 1950's. Praised to the heights sons creation seems a lumber- Solaris - (Ann Arbor Film BARS See HAPPENINGS Page 8
whose final line may someday when released, the picture has ing dinosaur of comparison Co-op, Ang. Aud. A, 6:45 & Casa Nova - Gwen & Kevin, Sg -PLUS
rank with Clark Gable's Gone rather predictably (and justi- L'Atalante depicts the progres- 9:45) - Ann Arbor premiere of 9, no cover. MICKEY MC
With the Wind utterance in im- fiablv) diminished in stature sion of a couple's sometimes a Russian - made space epic Golden Falcon - Silvertones, WATCH THE SUPER PANAVISION andU
mortality. **** over the course of reeated re- comic, sometimesserotic honey- billed as "The Soviet 2001". 9:30, $1. METROCOLOR
Gone With the Wind - (Mich- vivals. Its musical-beds plot moon. I don't know much about Might be fascinating, might be Mr. Flood's Party - Tucker
igan) - And speak of the devil, isn't very original, and Bogdan- this one, but Zero for Conduct turgid, but in all likelihood at Blues Band, 9:30, 75 cents.
here it is - the one and only. ovitch's existentialist - tinged is worth the =price of admission least different. Second Chance - Skip Van E R E
And utterly above criticism. tracking shots of the town's alone. **** The Devil's Eye - (Cinema Winkle, rock, 9, $1-1.50.
***** ghostly, empty streets leave one EVENTS Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05) - DCs
Logan's Run - (The Movies, musing less on the meaningless Fall Art Festival - Artists & Ingmar Bergman's satirical in- 7 ADVENT TV
Briarwood) - A post-apoca- of life than on where the hell Craftsmen Guild, handcrafted! terpretation of the Don Juan at the
lypse tale of a 23rd Century do- all the people are. works, grounds of Community legend. One of the director's CINEMA
med city housing the remnants The Last Picture Show is High School, noon to 6 p.m. handful of comedy efforts, and, Blue Frogge
of humanity, and of the efforts hardly a film of Olympian Othello - Professional Thea- tyical of his humorous endeav- THX 1138 - (Cinema Guild,
of two individualists to escape truths, but just good, enter- tre Program, Power Ctr., 2, 8 ors, quite badly received by Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05) - A BEER AT REDUCED PRICES
its stagnant confines. A poten- taining schmalz replete with p.m. the critics. I'll refrain from unique and often brilliant scd- DURING THE GAME
tially outstanding film flawe4 lots of interesting characters. BARS adding my nays to the chorus, fi film by George Lucas (Amer- I
by a weak conclusion and an No less, but certainly no more. Del Rio - Jazz, 5-9, no cover. as I've never seen the film. ican Graffiti), about an under- -- ---- ---"--- ---- _____
unbelieveably noxious perform- *** G o I d e n Falcon - Benson- EVENTS ground computer - dominated
ante by the formerly talented Night "-,es - (Mediatrics, Dralles Ot., jazz, 9:30, $1. Ark - Hoot Nite, 9, 75 cents. future society, and one man's
Peter Ustinov. **1/2 Nat. S '«]., 7 & 9) - Arthur Mr. Flood's Party - Gwen & Oriental Prints Exhibit - or- nattemt to escape it. The plot
Fantasia - (State) - For Penn's "'" ed but often mar- Kevin, C&W, no cover, 9:30. iginal oriental art, Union Gal- eisn't a new one but the style
those who don't mind its synthe- velous cinematic unraveling of Second Chance - Cheap lerv. certainly is - it hums and pul-
sis of the cartoon and classical a private detective (Gene Hack- Trick, rock, 9, $1-$1.50. .... ... Baroque Music Masters - sates in a rhythmic progres-
music cultures, Fantasia re- man) who becomes personally Chamber music, Rackham, sion that virtually ignores con-
mains the supreme Disnev cre- and almost narcotically involv- r JV 8:30, University Musical So- ventional story presentation, but
ation and aptly demonstrates ed in one of his cases, with tra- ciety. carries an almost mesmerizing
the cartoon medium's poten- gic results. Penn's wizardry is CINEMA BARS effect as its protagonist is
tial as a legitimate art form. rather undercut by a mediocre The Autobiograhy of Miss Blind Pig - Andy Sachs & bounced from pillar to post
The Rite of Sring and Night and often improbable script, Jane Pittman - (Women's Stu- friends, jazz, 9:30, $1. his desperate gropings to elude
on Bald Mountain sequences are which piles on such lavers of dies Program, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 Mr. Flood's Party - Long- his tyrannical, hnnotically-
like nothing seen on film be- betrayal and paranoia that you only) - The now-famous TV horn, jazz, 9:30, 75 cents. white environment.
fore or since. **** may leave the show doubting movie about the fictional Miss Second Chance - Skip Van The Pink Panther and A Shot
A Matter of Time - (The Mo- your own mother: Penn simlv Pittman's century - sanning Winkle, rock, 9, 50 cents to in the Dark - (Ann Arbor Film PETER BOGDANOVTCH'S l
vies, Briarwood) - The new does what he can to conceal life from the age of slaverv to $1.50. Co-op, MLB 3, Pink Panther at
Liza Minnelli - Ingrid Bergman these inadequacies, and most of the height of the civil rights 7, A Shot in the Dark at 9) -
musical, considered by Daily the time succeeds spectacular- movement. A little long and at Ih B m a The original Peter Sellers Clou-
critic Jeffrey Selbst to be pos- lv. He is certainly heled to times melodramatic, but Cicely 7 seau films, now a decade re- Whatever else one might say about Bogdanvotich and Cybil Shep
sibly the worst film ever made. this end by Hackman, who i Tyson is glorious in the lead CINEMA moved from their release; still there's no denying that this is his best film and her best performa
I haven't seen it yet (and may- makes his role a comanion role. Admission is FREE. *** 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea funny (if a little less sophisti- Austerely photographed in black and white and consciousl evo
be won't, either). niece to his anilt-ridden Harry T h e Assassination - (Ctr. - (Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud., cated now than they seemed y p , b and whit and consciously emo
EVENTS Caul of The Conversation, and for .Japanese Studies, MLB 3, 8 7& 9:30) - I still think this then), and certainly superior to '30's cinema, this moving story of a young man's painful growth
Fall Art Festival - Ann Ar- is no less brilliant here. ***% only). is the best movie the Disney the frantic, museum - piece se- small west Texas town is one of the most visually stunning films o
bor Artists and Craftsmen's The Graduate - (Conzens EVENTS amalgamate ever produced. quel of last year. *** '70's. But it is the incredible acting by Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Brid
Guild, handcrafted works: Film Co-op, Couzens Cafeteria, Alicia de Larrocha, pianist - Jules Verne's adventures of Judgment at Nuremberg - Cloris Leachman and Ben Johnson that gives this picture its v
grounds Community H i g h 8 & 10) - I think this is prob University Musical Society, Hill ~ --- deserved reputation.
(across from Farmer's Market), ably the most undeservingly Aud., 8:30 p.m. 500 )_ _ _ ___ __)
8 a.m.-6 p.m. heloved film of all time. Charles BARS * CINEMA GUILD IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP
University Chamber Choir - Webb's merciless absurdist nov- Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie #L* INQUIRE AT TICKET DESK
Hill Aud., 8 p.m. el is transformed by Mike Nich- Red, 9:30, $1.
A r k - Eloulse & Tracy o1s into a soft, naturalistic wet Golden Falcon - V-II-I, jazz, '
Schwarz, 9, $2.50. dream highlighted by Dustin 9:30, $1. t v ? SUN: Ray's DAYS AND NIGHTS IN THE FOREST
Othello - Professional Thea- Hoffman in the most begginly Mr. Flood's Party - Dick
tre Program, Power Center, 8 simpering performance I've Siegel, 9:30, no cover. TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. A
p.m. ever seen in a motion picture. Second Chance - Stone CINEMA GUILD
Stone me if you must fans, but Ground, rock, 9, $1-$1.50. 7:00 & 9:05 Admission $
if I can convince one believer
Sato p rya out there to have second ! CHEAP TRICK
thoughts I will have done myC
CINEMA critic's duty. So there. ** CINEMA ELIA KAZAN DIRECTS f
The Great Waldo Peper _ King of Hearts - (Ann Arbor
(Cinema II g. Aud. A 7 & ( rslev Hall Enterprises, W i ha p MLB 3, 7 & ai 50c Discount on Admission MARLON BRANDO
'- gsteCafe., 8:30 p.m.) - A Robert All has been said. And said. ! witr
9) - America's greatest stage in
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(who also directed the Broad- im - s ters, rag- " AnneArbor'Brando's Stanley and Vivian Leigh's Blanche are superb together in
way original). Really not much ie 6 i0ce after J.nIabout a romance between a fac- version of Tennessee Williams smoldering drama about some very
more than a nhotographed ver- l d blues. 9:30, $1.50. tory worker and a beautiful K& oll Dance mixed-up people. Brando never looked better in a t-shirt, and Vi
Lokwo, Kles.n 9:0 $1.50. toryg workrand ah eauietiful
play as good as this one to Casa Nova Gwenn, you womn. Therecipientu HOURS: Fri. & Sat. 8 m.-2 a.m. Leigh's aging Southern belle is heart-rending. With fine suppor
9io of th ly u hni'1 casova Kvn, a number of critical raves dur- p'. ; ri erformances by Ki utrand Karl Maden.
tamper with it for mere ine Goe alcon - Melodioso ing its brief appearance in New WEEKLY HOURS: 9 p.m.-2.m. Pfm by Kim exeiec wnd Kbe M9rAE L.
ar gazan obvsLai n he Seven Samurai - (Ann 516 E. Liberty 994-5350 CII I TONIGHT AT ANGELL HALL-AUD.
ly perceives. In the lead roles, AMr. 7o P9 Admission $
Vivien Leigh and Marion.Bran- Creek. 9:30, $1. Arbor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. A
- COld Heidelberg - Mustard's 8:15 only) - Kurosawa's film of
do give performances that will Retreat. 9 no cover. seven Samurai warriors who
live as long as film endures as P -ret-e e - -FD Boys
an art medium. ***Prte Bell - RFD Boys,
Monkey Business - (Ann Ar- bl beraysse 10, r1,50,
bor Film Co-op, MLB 4, 7 & I Rubaiyat - Celebration 9 no
9:30) - The Marx Brothers' cover. Get ito the scene.
first non-stagebeund movie, in- Second Chance - Cheap
volving adventures on both land Trick, rock, 8, $1-1.50.
and sea -and still hilariously ,
intact nearly five decades later. Sun a y NOW SHOWING!

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Horsefeathers - (Ann Arbor CINEMA
Film Co-op, MLB 4, 8:10 & Beauty and the Beast - Cine-
10:30) - The Marx Brothers de- ma II, Ang. Aud. A, 7 & 9) -
stroy utterly the American uni- Jean Cocteau's version of the
versity. Not their best film, per- fairy tale is said by many to
haps, but almost certainly their be visually the most beautiful

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