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M A G A Z 1I N E
VOLUME 5, NO. 5
OCTOBER 17, 1986
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Jack Lemmon and Julie Andrews star in Blake Edwards' "That's Life."
The film is reviewed on Page 5.
The Johnsons, The Three Johns, John & Ashely
A big, nois sequel to
Ridley Sc .Alien.
Sigourney We _ m, ..La~ l to the
planet where th nightmare began
and ends u'- .king on a whole
squadron c.umungous parasites. At
the Fox Village Theater.
A story of love and personal
triumph in the world of gymnastics,
starring one of those guys who was
on the U. S. Olympic Gymnastics
Team and one of those girls who
used to dance with Denio Terrio (the
white one). At the State Theater.
The latest offering from director
David Lynch (Dune, Eraserhead) is
an erotic fantasy in which the action
is put into gear by a severed ear.
Already causing storms of
controversy. At the Ann Arbor
Theaters 1 & 2.
THE BOY WHO COULD FLY
An inspiring, if predictable, story of
autism and hope. You know-"If
you think you can, you can"-that
sort of thing. At the State Theater.
A LESSER GOD
William Hurt is a teacher for the
deaf who falls in love with a
hearing-impaired woman in this
technically perfect adaptation of the
Broadway play. At the Movies At
An Australlian adventurer tries to
make on the mean streets of New
York, attracting the interest of a
smart, independant female who
is-what else?- a journalist. At the
Movies At Briarwood.
A high school student uses all his
scientific expertise to save the life of
his friend, but when she comes back,
she's reall, really deadly. From
director Wes Craven, who gave us
The Hills Have Eyes and Nightmare
On Elm Street. At the State Theater.
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
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.
Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep star
in this comedy about love and
marrige based onthe life of Carl
Bernstien. At the Movies At
JO JO DANCER, YOUR
LIFE IS CALLING
Richard Pryor plays Richard
Pryor in this rather glossy, overly-
slick version of his own life. At The
JUMPIN' JACK FLASH
Who is the mysterious man
from the Stone's song, and why is he
screwing up Whoopi Goldberg's life?
Watch this zany, screwball comedy
and find out. At the Fox Village
A visually interesting cheapie
about a really smart orangatan who
goes ape and starts killing people in
an isolated house in England. At the
Kathleen Turner getas a second
shot at life when she travels back in
time to high school, 1960. Directed
by Francis Ford Coppala. At the Fox
SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT
A young city girl scoffs at
monogamy and juggles three hopeful
suitors simultaneously in this
comedy of manners that's been hailed
as a sort-of low-budget Woody
Allen. At the Ann Arbor Theaters 1
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
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
somewhere in the woods of Oregon,
and along the way they lose a little
innocence. Directed by Rob Reiner.
At the Campus Theater.
Jack Lemmon hams it up in the
latest offering from Blake Edwards.
It's a comdy..It's a drama. Just like
life. At the State Theater.
Tom Cruise has the need for speed
and Kelly McGillis in this story
about maverick jet pilots. At the Fox
Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas
are two old cons who get out of
prison after a very lengthy stay and
try to cope with the ever-changing
world the only way they know how.
At the Movies At Briarwood.
All Over the
Ask Peace Corps volunteers why
their ingenuity and flexibility are
as viral as their degrees They'll
tell you they are helping the
world's poorest peoples attain
self sufficiency in the areas of food
production, energy conservation,
education, economic develop-
ment and health services. And
they'll tell you about the rewards
of hands on career experience
overseas. They'll tell you it's the
toughestjob you'll ever love.
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7:30 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17
9:45 "KISS OF THE SPIDER WON
Dir. Hector Babenco - (1985) 119m.
A friendship develops between two
cellmates: a lover of old romantic movi
jailed for his homosexuality, and ar
prisoner. William Hurt won Best Actor.
7:00 OCTOBER 18
10:00 "OUT OF AFRICA" (1985) 150
Dir. Sydney Pollack
The true story of Karen Blixen (Meryl SI
ist who operated a coffee plantation
falling in love with a doomed European
ert Redford). Won Best Director, Best Sc
tation, Best Cinematography and Best Or
7:45.MONDAY, OCTOBER 20
"TURTLE DIARY" (1986 Brittisl
Dir. John Irvin
Glenda Jackson and Ben Kingsley star i
story of two lonely people who find eat
their interest in freeing captive sea turtle
7:45 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21
"BRING ON THE NIGHT" (1985) 97
Dir. Michael Apted
Cameras follow pop musician Sing as I'
band formed for his jazz-reggae album '1
Blue Turtles," as they prepare for the
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