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DePalma calls this "... the most erotic, surprising, THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY novel of on
and thrilling movie I know how to make." Movies at A movie with very good advance notices. A Murray pl
riarwood, B riarwood Mall; 769-8780) crls io ossa mt oebtl rmte fr obi
F I R ST CHOOEM cockpit ofl his plane while pl flying abovethoth frte South goesabbti
Latest film by Robert Altman disciple Alan African Desert. The bushman who sees it plummet to Village; 76
Rudolph. Stars Keith Carradine and Genevieve Earth takes it to be a lost token of the gods and sets A SOLDIE
Bujold. (Ann Arbor Theaters, 231 S. Fifth; 761-9700) about on an odyssey to return it. (Movies at Briar- A tale of
COUNTRY wood Mall; 769-W~6). army bar
R .UNA contemporary story of~ the hardships facing a KARATE KID Jewson, th
ALL OF ME modern rural family. Starring Sam Shephard (who Philosophy and a little martial arts ass kicking in a anstri
Lily Tomlin and Steve Martin find their souls supposedly put his two cents in during scripting) and mildly amusing adolescent Rocy. (Wayside, 3020 Briarwood.
sharing the same body in still another Martin Jessica Lange. (Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Washtenaw; 434-1782)TEC R
collaboration with writer/director Carl Reiner that Mall; 769-8780).TECE
has been getting surprisingly good reviews (con- FIRST BORN LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL J Beth'drn hf rc eodtgte)adatto er artclshrfrtdaai oea in etn s alcls hslm
business (State Theater, 231 S. State; 66246264). divorced mother torn between the love for her American actress recruited by the Israeli intelligen- city high s
A MADEUS children and the irresistable influence of her distur- ce as a double agent, may not know quite what she's, 1300)
Milos Forman (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, bed, live in lover (Peter Weller). (State Theater, 231 supposed to do, but still passses off enough of her gif-
S. tae;662624)ted emotional intensity to make her role worth wat- THE TERN'
Ragtime) adapts the highly acclaimed Broadway S.tae62-64 ching. (Movies at Biarwood, '7698780). Weightli
play about life and mysterious death of Wolfgang GHOSTBUSTERS Shate
Amadeus Mozart. Choreography by Twila Tharp, Bill Murray is the sole redeeming element of this PLACES IN THE HEART fchartzone
music by...who else?" (Movies at Briarwood, Briar- big, expensive, but mostly boring comedy that Director Robert Benton (Kramer vs. Kramer) we're luck
wood Mall: 769-8760) somehow became last summer's big hit. (Fox takes a nostalgic look back at the rural Texas of the struggle wi
ThERfICNEAtCnianE oehWllasRrp Village, 375 N. Maple; 769-1300) 1930's in a tale of simple people looking for personal (SaeTe
pe fine alubiosronticdoedy.Wil(annrbor GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADSTREET redemption. With Sally Field and Scott Harris.
pe i aduios omntc omdy (nnAror Paul McCartney wrote, produced, and stars in this (Movies at Biarwood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780) TERROR DI
Theater, 2105. Fifth; 761-9700) self-professed comedy/musical about the daily B-movie
BriDY OBE~am' aet udrmsey ie tribulation of an ex-Beatle. Where's Richard Lester RAZOR'S EDGEAlehoth
sen al ascldtet rill in stil nerpier- when you need him? (State Theater, 231 S. State; 662- Bill Murray makes his dramatic debut as the classic hot
menuato ndof th ilsi stad Hichccknormula. 6264 and Wayside Theater, 3020 Washtenaw; 434-1782) restless Larry Danell in Somerset Maugham's (Campus TI
C A MPS Not only does it have break-dancing, but it also deals
with graffiti art, and if ventilation permits, a graffiti " ,
Civ P uartist will be on hand for the showing. (Ann Arborr
Film Coop; MLB 3,7 p.m., 9p.m.)
F IMSNo information available. (Mediatrics; Nat. Si
Aud., 7p.m., 9p.m.)
One of those campus perennials and an especially=
big treat for fans of David Bowie. He plays an alien
who comes to Earth in search of water, which his ;
TOP HAT (Mark Sandrich, 1935) kind need badly. The longer he stays her, though, ther
It sure has taken a long time, but some Fred more the culture starts to overcome him. (Alter-
Astaire and Ginger Rogers dance films are finally on native Action; MLB 4,7 p.m., 9:30 p.m)
tap this term. Irving Berlin wrote the songs, which LAST TANGO IN PARIS (Bernardo Bertolucci, ?
include "Check to Cheek," and the plot is simple: 192
Fred is a dancer who goes chasing his love from one This film was originally slapped with an X-rating.
end of Europe to the other. (Alternative Action; Nat. In it, Maron Brando is an American expatriate who.
Sci.Aud.7:30~m4heads to Paris and falls in love. Maria Schneider is
SWIN TIM (Mrk Snrih, 137)the French girl who attracts his attentions, and we
A dancing double feature concludes with some get to see the result. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7
more of Fred Astaire's fancy footwork. (Alternative p.m., 9:30 p.m.)
Action; Nat. Si. Aud., 9:30 p.m.) NEVER CRY WOLF (Carroll Ballard, 1983)q
The CRUEL STORY OF YOUTH (Oshima) A most enjoyable movie. The Federal Government
Many films deal with the after-effects of war, and sends a scientist to Alaska to keep tabs on the Arctic
this is one of them. It takes a look at the youth of Wolf. The planning for the expedition is less than per-
Japan, disillusioned during the years after World fet, and the telling of the resulting hardships and the
War II, who take to imitating the American culture respect for the wolves which develops is very good
of the 1950s, finding nothing likeable in their own indeed. Some nice cinematography. Recommended
socity. (Ann Arbor Film Coop; MLB 4, 7 p.m., :45 (Cinema 2; Aud. A, 7p.m,9 p.m.)
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Elia Kazan, Never Cry Wolf: Saturday at Angell Hall.
A gold-plated streetcar, as it won four Oscars. ______________________ revolution
Vivien Leigh was Best Actress, Karl Maden was Lucia is t
Best Supporting Actor, Kim Hunter was Best Sup- what the o
porting Actress, and a Best Art Direction was thrown 6:45 p.m.,1
in there, too. Marlon Brando also stars. From the THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS (Antonio Musa and
Tennessee Williams play, about a woman, a bit LES VIOLINS DU BAL (Michel Drach, 1974) Vacef Saadi, 1966)
crazy, who stays with her sister and her husband. The classic gimmick of a film-within-a-film gets The guerilla viewpoint is given in a documentary
(Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m.) another usage here, telling the story of a filmmaker look at the eight year struggle in Algeria for in-
HOLIDAY (George Cukor, 1938) who would like to do an autobiographical work about dependence from France. This cinema verite entry
A double feature where the two films have a lot in his childhood during World War II in France. Along in the North African Film Festival is French and
common. Both are from Philip Barry plays. Both are with the feature, "I Miss the Sun," a short film about Arabic with subtitles. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7
directed by George Cuko, and both have Katherine an Egyptian emigre trying to keep her culture in the pm.FRE CUTTER'
Hepburn and g Cary Grant. In this first film, she is an United States, will also be shown. (Hill Street pm.FRE After th
heiress and he is engaged to her sister. (Cinema 2; Cinema; 1429 Hill; 6:45 p.m., 9:15 p.m.) the movi
Aud. A, 7 p.m.) reviews fi
m may pal
This film has the extra attraction of James Bne,17)Fudt
Stwwho wonbrn ansc ar.yHt e rplysarrnalis The master of the black comedy is at it again. The
wh ebr atomry atrhrmrig cast includes Fernando Ray, Carole Bouquet, and THE DEER HUNTER (Michael Cimino, 1978)
with Cary Grant fails. The comedy is scripted by Angela Molina. The topic is love, and to be specific, Some young men from a mill town in Pennsylvania
Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin. (Cinema 2; Aud. A, whether it is possible to have it without sex. Spanish join the horrors of Vietnam. Many Academy Award SILKWOO
9 p.m.) with subtitles. (Mediatrics; MLB 4,7 p.m., 9 p.m.) nominations were given to the movie. It has a very Meyl S
CADDYSHACK (Harold Ramis, 1980) good cast including Meyl Streep, Robert De Niro, about a w
Definitely not a documentary look at a golf course, Christopher Walken, and John Savage. (Ann Arbor nuclear re
with a highly unusual bunch of members and em- THE LAST HURRAH (John Ford, 1958) Film Coop; MLB 4, check for time) stances. T
ployers. The cast has Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Ted The title refers to the demise of machine politics, but the fil
Knight, and Rodney Dangerfield. Naturally, be sure The cast includes Spencer Tracy and Basil Rath- so, I wou
to keep an eye out for gophers while you see this, bone, and Tracy plays a Boston mayor, and the (Michigan
(Mediatrics; MLB 3,7 p.m., 9 p.m.) epitome of a machine politican, who has to gear up j *N E p.m. )
for one final campaign with more honest but less ef- U
fective opposition. From the Edwin O'Connor novel.
mm - (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7 p.m.)RM (FdrFeln) CLOSE E
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _T h e fir s t in s ta llm e n t in a F e llin i d o u b le fe a tu re . T h is l o o
________PRISONER OF SHARK ISLAND (John Ford, 1936) Italian with subtitles. (Michigan Theater Foun- a bit naiv
DIE BryLvno,18)The prisoner in the title is one Dr. Mudd, who ear- dation; Michigan Theater, 7 p.m.) Richard D
TwoI weeks afe(Bryfter L 92vinson's second film The ned a footnote in history by setting the leg broken by Williams
John Wilkes Booth when he jumped from Lincoln's SATYRICON (Federico Fellini) photograp
Natural, showed on campus, his debut effort makes box. This is a true story about the resultant trial and TeFliidul etr ocueadlk imti
an appearance. I savr elrcie oka stay in prison. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 9:15 p.m.) almost all of his films, the language is Italian and the Film Coo
bunh f rindswh rmiise i aBatior diner DOCTOR DOLITTLE (Richard Fleishcer, 1967) subtitles English. (Michigan Theater Foundation;
onteevofte'0s.(Hil tret Cnem; 429Hil,7 A classic children's story becomes a movie. Rex Michigan Theater, 9: 15 p.m.)
WILDSTYL9:C15iepear) Harrison is part of the cast in the tale of a man who
WIL STLE Carie hean)can talk to the animals. (Michigan Theater Foun- LUCIA (Humberti Solas, 1969)-
Before most of the world even knew what it was dation; Michigan Theater, 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7pm.) The second film this week to take a look at the af-
thisver fist rea-dacingmove hd cme ut.tershocks of war. In this case, the war is the
- . .,Weekend/Frit

414 ,Weekend/Friday, November 2, 1984

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