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VOLUME 5, NO. 2

SEPTEMBER 26, 1986

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When Your Clothing
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FILM .
'Belizaire the Cajun' isn't the usual film fare
COVER STORY 6
Classes where students do more than listen
MICH.ELLANY
Interview: Seth Klukoff, Michigan Review editor
THE LIST
What's happening in Ann Arbor this weekend 10

RUN
FILMS
ABOUT LAST NIGHT...
It's all about love. It's all about
life. It's all about Yuppies. A light
romantic comedy based on a play by
David Mamet. At the Fox Village
Theater.
ALIENS
A big, noisy, shallow sequel to
Ridley Scott's classic Alien.
Sigoumey Weaver must return to the
planet where the nightmare began
and ends up taking on a whole
squadron of humungous parasites. At
the Fox Village Theater.
AVENGING FORCE
Michael Dudikoff kicks butt in
what the Cannon Films publicity
department likes to think of as "the
action film of the year".At the State
Theater.
BACK TO SCHOOL
Rodney Dangerfield goes back to
college to teach his son a lesson and,
wouldn't you know it, all sorts of
zany mishaps occur. With Sally
Kellerman. At the Fox Village
Theater.
BERIZAIRE THE CAJUN
An offbeat and touching story
about a Cajun folk healer caught up
in an attempt to drive his people off
their land. A lot more fun than it
sounds. At the State Theater.
BORN AMERICAN
There just haven't been enough
movies lately about Americans
kicking foriegn butts, and in this
latest entry, we do it on their turf.
Boundtohave the audience on it's
feet. At the State Theater.
EXTREMITIES
Farrah Fawcett turns the tables on
a would-be rapist, tying him up in
her living room and inflicting all
manner of psychological torture on
him. Heavy stuff. At the Ann Arbor
Theater.
FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY
OFF
A manipulative but lovable high
school student takes a day off from
school in this brilliant and hilarious
comedy from John Hughes, the
director who dares to be different.
Matthew Broderick. At the Movies
At Briarwood.
THE FLY
David Cronenberg's offbeat
horror-romance stars Jeff Goldblum
as a scientist who finds himself
slowly being transformed into a
rather large Bluebottle after the
obligatory Experiment-Gone-
Haywire. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
GIRL IN A PICTURE
Two people decide.they'd rather be
miserable together than happy and
alone. A classy romantic comedy
from Scotland. At the Ann Arbor
Theater.

HARDBODIES 2
The long-awaited sequel to the
movie that truly defined the phrase
"gratuitous nudity" promises more of
the same, only this time it takes
place in...... Greece! Plot? C'mon...
At the State Theater.
HEARTBURN
Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep
star in this comedy about love and
marrige based on the life of Carl
Bernstien. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
THE KARATE KID II
Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita
return as the kid and the mentor in
this inspiring sequel to the inspiring
original. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
LEGAL EAGLES
Lawyer Robert Redford gets a
little ' to close to client Daryl
Hannah, and Debra Winger gets a
little jealous. Romantic comedy,
probably even better than the Rod
Stewart video that it inspired.
MANHUNTER
A slow-paced but interesting
proceedural thriller about a forensics
expert who comes out of retirement
to help bag a serial killer who gets
his rocks off slaughtering entire
families. This one's directed by
Michael Mann, and has Miami Vice
written all over it. At the State
Theater.
NIGHT OF THE CREEPS
"The good news is, your dates are
here. The bad newsis...they're dead."
With an adline like that; how can
you go wrong? At the Movies At
Briarwood.
NOTHING IN COMMON
Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason
star in this domestic comedy-drama
about a young man's attempts to
break through to his icy, alienated
father. At the Movies At Briarwood.
RUTHLESS PEOPLE
Danny DeVito does what he does
best--rants--in this screwball comedy
about getting screwed and screwing
others. With Bette Midler. At the
Movies At Briarwood
SHANGHAI SURPRISE
The long-awaited on-screen
pairing, of Boy Toy Madonna and

Parapazzi Jawbreaker Sean Penn is
an exotic romantic adventure that's
been causing critics nationwide to
gag and retch. At the State Theater.
SHORT 'CIRCUIT
Steve Guttenberg and Ally Sheedy
get involved with a lovable robot
who may be a little to human for it's
own good. At the Movies at
Briarwood.
STAND BY ME
A beautiful, truly affecting movie
about four young boys poised on the
brink of adolescence in 1959. They
go on a quest to find a corpse

somew re in the woods of Oregon,
and along the way they lose a little
innocence. Directed by Rob Reiner.
At the Campus Theater.
TOP GUN
Tom Cruise has the need for speed
and Kelly McGillis in this story
about maverick jet pilots. At the

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