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Lincoln Hawk (Sylvester Stallone) loses his cool (surprise!) in
Over The Top. The film is reviewed on Page 5.

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MUSIC
Bruce Willis, Kate Bush, and The Three Johns
FILM
Sylvester Stallone's long cinematic slide
COVER STORY
East meets midwest in a campus clash of cultures
MICH.ELLANY
Interview: Domino's Pizza founder Tom Monaghan
THE LIST
What's happening in Ann Arbor this week I0
EDITOR ..................................................Bill M arsh
FILM EDITOR ........................................Kurt Serbus
MUSIC EDITOR......................Beth Fertig
ASSISTANT EDITOR..................Rebecca Cox
LIST EDITOR ....................................... Marie Wesaw
ASSOCIATE LIST EDITOR ...................... Brook Snyder
Cover design by Bill Marsh.
Weekend Magazine is edited and managed by students on the staff of The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48109. Phones: Weekend Magazine, (313) 763-0379; News, 764-0552; Circulation, 764-0558;
Display Advertising, 764-0554. Copyright 1987 The Michigan Daily.

BEDROOM WINDOW
Steve Guttenberg takes a ten -
tative step towards seriousness
playing a cop out to stop a psychotic
who's killed two women already.
Supposedly lots of good plot twists.
At the State Theater.
BLACK WIDOW
When a beautiful woman's
husbands get offed at an unnatural
rate, Debrah Winger begins to
suspect that this is one femme who's
quite literally fatale. A taunt thriller.
At the Movies at Briarwood.
CHILDREN OF
A LESSER GOD
William Hurt is a teacher for the
deaf who falls in love with a hearing-
impaired girl in this technically
perfect adaptation of the Broadway
play. At the Movies At Briarwood.
CROCODILE DUNDEE
An Australian adventurer tries to
make it 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.
DEAD OF WINTER
Mary Steenburgen is a hopeful
actress who signs on to play a most
unusual part, but she gets more than
she bargained for when the script
calls for... murder!!! With Roddy
McDowell. At the State Theater.
FROM THE HIP
Judd Nelson plays an amoral
young lawyer who gets a partnership
by fixing a case, and then gets
handed an unwinnable murder trial.
Screwball comedy from the director
of Porky's. At the State Theater.
THE GOLDEN CHILD
Eddie Murphy is a hip private
investigator who must journey to
Tibet and face down evil monsters
when he discovers he's the only one
who can fulfill an ancient, mystical
legacy. At the Movies At Briarwood.
HANNAH AND HER
SISTERS
Woody Allen's superb comedy!
drama about three sisters and the men
in their lives. Definitely kicks butt
over Radio Days. At the State
Theater.
LIGHT OF DAY
- Michael J. Fox and Joan Jett are
siblings whose only escape from
blue-collar hell is rock and roll. At
the Fox Village Theater.
LITTLE SHOP
OF HORRORS
So-so musical comedy about a
meek flower shop handyman who
finds a way to fame and fortune when
a man-eating plant becomes his
ticket to ride. Bill Murray, Steve
Martin, James Belushi. At theAnn
ArborTheaters 1 & 2.
MANNEQUIN
Andrew McCarthy is a lonely

window-dresser who falls in love
with a dummy. Through the magic
of Hollywood, she comes to life
(but only for him), and mass
zaniness is the result. At the State
Theater.
MEATBALLS III
It doesn't have Bill Murray, or
even Pee Wee Herman, but the third
installment of the Meatball trilogy is
sure to be plenty nutty. At the State
Theater.
THE MOSQUITO COAST
Harrison Ford is a scary
individualist who takes his family to
a deserted coast, away from the
trappings of civilization. Trouble is,
he starts to go a bit wacky, and
pretty soon no one is safe. At the
Movies At Briarwood.
OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE
Bette Midler and Shelley Long
are an unlikely duo who team up to
find the man who was cheating on
both of them, and get caught up in a
plot of damn-near apocolyptic
proportions. Peter Coyote and
George Carlin round out this
screwball comedy. At the Fox
Village Theater.
OVER THE TOP
This time, Sly Stallone is an
underdog in an arm wrestling
tournament, fighting to keep his
pride and his son. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
PLATOON
Oliver Stone's explosive,
gripping Vietnam action epic is
every bit as good as you've heard it
is. An idealistic young man finds his
illusions shattered when he
volunteers for duty in the 'Nam. At
the Movies At Briarwood.
RADIO DAYS
Woody Allen's latest is a
biteless, disjointed reverie about his
childhood in the Bronx right around
WWII. A fantastic cast barely stands
a chance. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
ROUND MIDNIGHT
Jazz legend Dexter Gordon pretty
much plays himself in this tale of
ex-patriate musicians in France. At
the Ann Arbor Theaters 1 & 2.
STAR TREK IV:
THE VOYAGE- HOME
All your favorites are back, as the
crew of the Enterprise lands in
America circa 1986 in order to save
some whales from extinction.
"Everybody remember where we
parked," quips Kirk, as they set off
into yet another strange, old world.
At the Fox Village Theater. N
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