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BETRAYAL
Ben Kingsley, coming off a Best Actor Oscar, stars
in this story of a love triangle between himseld,
newcomer Patricia Hodge, and Jeremy Irons (The
French Lieutenant's Woman), (Movies at Briar-
wood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780)
BEYOND. THE LIMITS
Richard Gere and Michael Caine star in a political.
thriller set in a seedy South American province.
(Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780)
THE BIG CHILL
Seven University alumni gather together at the
funeral of a friend, the results being humorous and
touching. Are these the best years of our lives?
(Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall: 769-67801
BRAINSTORM
Natalie Wood's last film finally makes it to the
screen, thanks to much lobbying on the part of direc-
tor Douglas Trumbull. The sci-fi thriller also stars

Christopher Walken and Cliff Robertson. (Fox-
Village Theater, Maple Village; 769-1300)
CUJO
Stephen King's terrifying novel comes to the
screen. Beware of the dog. (State Theater, 231 S.
State, 662-6264)
EDDIE AND THE CRUISERS
In the tradition of Rock 'n Roll High School, and
American Griffiti, another movie about the swinging
sixties hits the screen. (State Theater, 231 S. State;
662-6264).
FINAL OPTION
The final option in this story involves espionage
and an anti-terrorist squad. (Fox-Village Theater,
Maple Village; 769-1300).
FLASHDANCE
Oh what a feeling! Jennifer Beals dances (well,
almost) the night away. (Movies at Briarwood,
Briarwood Mall; 769-8780).
GIRLS NIGHT OUT
Obviously the girls have lots of fun in this flick.
Just what kind of fun has yet to be determined.
(State Theater, 231 S. State; 662-6264).
HEAT AND DUST
Julie Christie stars in this love story that spans the
generations-a la French Lieutenant's Woman.
(Ann Arbor Theater, 210 St. Fifth; 769-9701).

LONELY LADY
Yes, Pia Zadora is still around, and unfortunately
she's still starring in bad movies financed by her
husband. (Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall,
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MR. MOM
A tired attempt at a tired theme. Mr. Mom looks at
role reversal with all the charm of a wet liver. (The
Fox Village Theater, Maple Village; 769-1300).
MERRY CHRISTMAS, MR. LAWRENCE
David Bowie continues to let everyone know he can
do more than just dance (and sing, for that matter),
as he stars in his second film of the year. (State
Theater, 231S. State; 662-6264)
NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN
What an apt title for Sean (I'll never do another
Bond movie") Connery. To some he is the only 007,
to others he's just an old man out to make a buck.
Either way, he's back and he's Bond. (Ann Arbor
Theater, 210 St. Fifth; 7619701).
RETURN OF THE JEDI
George Lucas clues us in on those troubling
questions raised in the two prior Star Wars hits. Lots
more action in this one, with a little less character
development-except for Luke and Darth. The
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JAMES BOND MARATHON
It's a James Bond fest this weekend, courtesy of
Mediatrics. The bargains include a $3 admission
price for one day, or $5 for both Friday and Saturday.
From this point on, any films being shown as a part
of the Bond-a-thon will be labeled 'Bond Marathon'
along with the time.,(Mediatrics; Michigan Theater)
MY DINNER WITH ANDRE (Louis Malle, 1981)
Just what the title says it is, as Wallace Shawn eats
dinner with Andre Gregory and, the two do nothing
but talk about just about everythink for 110 minutes.
A short, "Nothing but Nerves," will also be shown.
(Ann Arbor Film Coop; Aud. A, 7:00,9:15)
MAD MAX (George Miller, 1979)
Mel Gibson stars as an Australian policeman of the
future who goes looking for revenge following the
brutal death of his family. The predecesor of The
Road Warrior. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00,
8:45,10:30)
DR. NO (Terence Young, 1962)
The very first James Bond film. Sean Connery
heads out to the Bahamas to stop jamming of
spaceship communications and runs into villanious
Dr. No and the voluptuous Ursula Andress. Enter-
taining. (Bond Marathon; Michigan Theater, 1:30)
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (Terence Young, 1963)
Cannery has to spirit a secret away from the
Russians. Daniela Bianchi is the Rusian spy who
lures him into the trap in a Bond with a lot of
memorable moments. (Bond Marathon; Michigan
Theater, 3:35)
GOLDFINGER (Guy Hamilton, 1964)
Goldfinger, who likes to kill people by painting
them all in gold, wants to steal all the gold in Fort
Knox. Sean Connery's Bond has to stop him. Honor
Blackman is Pussy Galore in a typical Bond enter-
tainment. Odd job, too. (Bond Marathon; Michigan
Theater, 5:35) -
THUNDERBALL (Terence Young, 1965)
SPECTRE is at it again. They're stealing planes
with nuclear bombs and hiding them underwater,
making it difficult for Connery's Bond to find. Dif-
ficult for the audience, too because the underwater
scenes are slow and dull. (Bond Marathon; Michigan
Theater, 7:50)
YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (Lewis Gilbert, 1967)
Roald Dahl scripted the very best Bond of all as
Sean Connery heads to Japan to fight SPECTRE
and Bloefeld. ,The villains are hijacking spacecraft
and trying to cause World War. (Bond Marathon;
Michigan Theater, 10:00)
THE SECRET OF NIMH (Bon Bluth, 1982)
The animation in the film is some of the best
around, and it chronicles the story of Mrs. Brisby's
search for a cure for her sick son, leading her to the
rats of NIMH. A Bluth short, "Banjo, the Woodpile
Cat," will also be shown. (Alternative Action; MLB
4,7:00,9:00)'
ALIEN (Ridley Scott, 1979)
Horror from the director of Blade Runner. The
spaceship Nostromo is under attack from a foreign
monster. Sigourney Weaver makes her film debut in
this one. (Cinema 2; MLB 3,7:00,9:15)

M*A*S*H (Robert Altman, 1970)
One of Altman's best works is a short on actual
plot, but it is an amusing look at the Korean War. The
Elliott Gould/Donald Sutherland vehicle also has a
serious side. (Hill Street Cinema; 1429 Hill St., 8:30,
10:30)
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (Stanley Kubrick, 1968)
Like almost all Kubrick films, this science fiction
epic is a brilliant work that will look even better
tonight with a new print and stereo sound. (Cinema
Guild; Aud. A, 7:00,9:30)
AMERICAN GIGOLO (Paul Schrader, 1980)
Richard Gere is an "escort" for ladies in the
Hollywood area. A small problem crops up - one of
them is murdered, and Gere is suspect number one.
(Cinema 2; MLB 3,7:00, 9:15)
REPULSION (Roman Polanski, 1965)
Catherine Deneuve is a secluded and suppressed
young woman who develops both a fascination and a
revulsion toward men. (Alternative Action; MLB 4,
7:00)
TESS (Roman Polanski, 1980)
Nastassia Kinski is the title character in a highly
acclaimed movie based on Thomas Hardy's novel
Tess of the d'Aubervilles. (Alternative Action; MLB
4, 9:00)
QUADROPHENIA (Franc Roddam, 1979)
The soundtrack features the music of Pete Town-
send and the Who as teenagers who battle just about
everybody in the name of rock 'n' roll in England's
Mods-and-Rockers era. (Ann Arbor Film Coop; Lor-
ch Halol, 7:00,9:15)
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (Peter
Hunt, 1969)
An unusual Bond movie with George Lazenby as
the top-notch spy, Telly Savalas as a villain, aud
Diana Rigg as Bond's wife. The skiing sequences are
tremendous. (Bond Marathon; Michigan Theater,
9:00)
DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (Guy Hamilton, 1971)
Who could think of a connection between space-
based blackmail and South African diamond rob-
beries? Sean Connery can in his suitably enter-
taining "final" Bond movie. (Bond Marathon,
Michigan Theater 11:30)
LIVE & LET DIE (Guy Hamilton, 1973)
From the title song by Paul McCartney and Wings
to the plot involving voodoo and drugs, this is the
weirdest Bond movie of all. Might not please
everyone. Roger Moore's debut. (Bond Marathon;
Michigan Theater, 1:40)
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (Guy
Hamilton, 1974)
Christopher Lee is the villain who has some solar-
powered schemes and a delightful fun house ad-
jacent to the living room. Roger Moore is James
Bond. (Bond Marathon; 3:50)
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (Lewis Gilbert, 1977)
Richard Keil is the biting Jaws. He works for Kurt
Jurgens' Karl Stromberg who likes to hijack nuclear
subs. A grand, gadget-filled Bond with Roger Moore.
(Bond Marathon, Michigan Theater 6:05)
MOONRAKER (Lewis Gilbert, 1979)
Jaws is after James Bond again. This time Jaws
works for Drax, who wants to set up a colony in space
and destroy the world. The outer-space climax is
very good. (Bond Marathon; Michigan Theater,
8:15)
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (John Glen, 1981)
Lower-notch Bond with a lot of action scenes that
seemed to come from one of the earlier movies and
an all too subdued plot. Great title song, at least.
(Bond Marathon, Michigan Theater, 10:35)

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CAPTAIN BLOOD (Michael Curtiz, 1935)
Errol Flynn plays a surgeon who decides to
become a pirate after he is incorrectly sent to prison.
Basil Rathbone and Olivia de Havilland also star.
(Classic Film Theater; Michigan Theater, 5:30,
9:00)
THE MARK OF ZORRO (Rouben Mamoulian, 1940)
Basil Rathbone is one hand again for a film
starring Tyrone Power as Don Diego de la Vega, who
comes out at night, cape in hand, to become Zorro.
(Classic Film Theater; Michigan Theater, 7:20)
SHANE (George Stevens, 1953)
Starring Alan Ladd and Jack Palance, this western
about a gunfighter who has to fight one last time, won
three Oscars. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00)
JOHNNY GUITAR (Nicholas Ray, 1954)
Joan Crawford is a saloon/pool hall owner who
gets into a spot of trouble when two old bed partners
of hers stop in for a drink at the same time. (Cinema
Guild; Larch Hall, 9:05)
PSYCHO (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960)
Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins star in Hitch-
cock's classic horror film that has you laughing and
screaming at the antics in the Bates Motel. (Hill
Street Cinema; 1429 Hill, 7:00, 9:00)
MADAME BOVARY (Vincente Minnelli, 1949)
Jennifer Jones has the title role in an adaptation of
Gustave Flaubert's novel of love and sacrifice.
(Cinema 2; Aud A., 7:00)
ANNA KARENINA (Clarence Brown, 1935)
Busy week for Rathbone fans as Basil is on hand
again to help support Greta Garbo's performance of
the lead character in a film from Tolstoy's novel.
(Cinema 2; AudA, 9:05)
OCTOPUSSY (John Glenn, 1983)
The most recent James Bond movie is also one of
the best. Roger Moore is Bond, and Maude Adams
and Louis Jordan costar for two hours of good, well-
done fun. (Mediatrics MLB 3, 5:00, 7:20, 9:40)

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HIROSHIMA, MON AMOUR (Alain Resnais, 1959)
A French actress and a Japanese architect find it
difficult to find love or a future together after the
bombing of Hiroshima by an atomic bomb. (Alter-
native Action; East Quad - room 126, 8:00, FREE
BLOOD AND SAND (Sharon Sopher)
This entry in the Middle Eastern Film Series deals
with the U.S. role in the Western Sahara war between
Morocco and the Polisario guerrillas. (Cinema
Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00, FREE)

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DON'T LOOK NOW (Nicholas Roeg,1973)
Daphne du Maurier's novel served as the base for
Roeg's transcendent horror film that stars Julie
Christie and Donal Sutherland. Episode 7 of Dick
Tracy, "Sea Racketeers," isat6:30. (Cinema Guild;
Lorch Hall, 7:00, 9:00)

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