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What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

FIRST-RUN FILMS
ANGEL HEART
Mickey Rourke, Lisa Bonet and
Robert DeNiro star in last year's
controversial film of voodoo and
the supernatural. At Briarwood.
(Friday(F) & Saturday(S)12am)
BEST SELLER
Brian Dennehy is a novelist who
has hit a prolonged dry spell and
James Woods is a professional hit
man who wants revenge on his
collegues and gets it by promising
Dennehy a sure-fire story about the
underground. Opens at Briarwood.
(all week--loam, 12:15;2:30, 4:20,
7, 9:30; F&S 12am)
THE BIG EASY
Dennis Quai'd is the young New
Orleans lieutenant who is being
investigated by D.A. Ellen Barkin
for police corruption. The heavy
accents and the off-beat music, like

Cajun food, all take getting used to.
But once you do, it's easy to get
swept up in the excitement. Intense
and erotic. At State. (all week--5
and 9 only)
BIG SHOTS
A protected white suburban boy
teams up with a street-smart black
boy to recover his stolen watch, and
both learn of the value of
friendship. Opens at Fox Village.
(all week--12, 2:15, 4:40, 7:10,
9:30; F&S 12am)
CAN'T BUY ME LOVE
Ronald's a geek. Ronald tries tc
buy some popularity by giving the
head cheerleader in his school
$1000 to be his girlfriend. Ronald
is still a geek. At Briarwood. (all
week--110am, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10;
F&S 12am)
DIRTY DANCING
Awkward teenage girl (Jennifer
Grey) falls for Patrick Swayze, a
workingclass dance instructor in
Catskills resort in 1960s. It's rated
PG-13; so much for truth in

advertising. At Briarwood. (all
week--loam, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10;
F&S 12am)
FATAL ATTRACTION
A new thriller/suspense film
starring--surprise!--Glenn Close and
Michael Douglas. An innocent one-
night stand becomes not so
innocent as Close becomes
obsessed with Douglas and
terrorizes his family. At Briarwood.
(all week--10am, 12:15, 2:30, 4:45,
7:15, 9:50; F&S 12am)
LIKE FATHER, LIKE
SON
Reviewed in this issue, p.5.
Opens at Briarwood (all week--
10am, 12:15, 2:30, 4:40, 7, 9:30)
MY LIFE AS A DOG
A pleasant surprise from
Sweden; a young child in a poor
family tries to cope with life. At
State. (all week--2 and 7 only)
9 1/2 WEEKS
It borders on pornography, and
that's okay, as long as there's a
story to tell. And there is; Kim
Basinger, entranced into Mickey
Rourke's sadistic world, tries to free
herself from it. Some of the most
incredibly erotic scenes to date can't
make up for the lack of clarity in
the story. We're mostly concerned
here about the story, right? Well...
At State. (F&S 11pm)
NEAR DARK
Erotic horror film about modern
day vampires roaming the night
highways for eternity. Great visual
imagery by director Kathryn
Bigelow, but who wants to look at
pretty pictures when there's blood
all over the screen? At State (all
week-2:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15;
F&S 11:15)
NO WAY OUT
A hold-out from over the
summer, a suspense/thriller starring
Kevin Costner as a new Pentagon
staff member assigned to kill the

sole witness to a murder that must
be covered up. Gene Hackman and
Sean Young co-star. At Briarwood.
(all week--l0, 12:25, 2:45, 5, 7:20,
9:50)
OFF-SPRING
The ad for this horror film reads,
"The birth of your worst
nightmare..." Perhaps the best
argument for abortion we have.
Opens at State. (all week--2:15,
5:30, 7:30, 9:30; F&S 11:30)
THE PICK-UP ARTIST
Molly Ringwald, who vowed
she would never do another teen
flick again, plays a teen...er, young
woman, fighting off the advances of
romeo Robert Downey. At Fox
Village. (all week--12, 2:15, 4:40,
7:10, 9:30; F&S 11:30)
THE PRINCESS BRIDE
Director Rob Reiner follows up
Stand by Me with this perversely
bent fairy tale about love and
adventure. Promises to be a good
time. Opens at Briarwood. (all
week--loam, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10;
F&S 12am)
THE PRINCIPAL
High School principal Jim
Belushi's new job is at a school
where street-fighting and gangland
intimidation run rampant. Louis
Gossett, Jr. is the head of security
who promises to help him clean up
the school. At Fox Village. (all
week--12, 2:15, 4:30, 7, 9:20;
F&S 12am)
THE ROCKY HORROR
PICTURE SHOW
Bring an umbrella. At
Briarwood. (F&S 12am)
SOMEONE TO WATCH
OVER ME
Half love-story, half thriller as

Tom Berenger (Platoon) teams up
with with a woman to find a killer.
After two weeks of sneak previews,
it opens at Ann Arbor 1 & 2. (S,
Su, T, 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:20,
9:30; M, W, Th, F, 5:15, 7:20,
9:30; F&S 11:30)
STAKEOUT
An idea that sounds like it
belongs more on a sitcom than the
big screen--two men on a stakeout
become involved with their subject-
-produces unexpected laughs. A
holdout from the summer worth
seeing. Starring Richard Dreyfuss
and Emilio Estevez. At Fox
Village. (all week-- 12, 2:15, 4:30,
7, 9:20; F&S 12am)
SURRENDER
Michael "Movie of the Week"
Caine and Sally Field star in this
comedy-romance. Field is a
struggling artist and Caine, a best-
selling novelist who doesn't want
to give away his identity. Opens at
Briarwood. (all week--loam,
12:20, 2:15, 4:20, 7, 9:30; F&S
12am)
THREE O'CLOCK HIGH
The chronicles of a high school
wimp who has his worst nightmare
come true: a David versus Goliath
confrontation with the school
bully. The Bible isn't likely to
change. Opens at State (all week--
2:45, 5:45, 7:45, 9:45; F&S
11:45)
WISH YOU WERE HERE
Yet another coming-of-age
picture from Britian; the word on
Wish You Were Here is excellent.
Critics can't seem to get enough of
these things. Opens at Ann Arbor
1 & 2. (S, Su, T, 1, 3, 5, 7:10,
9:20; M, W, Th, F, 5, 7:10, 9:20;
F&S 11:30)

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WEEKEND/OCTOBER 9, 1987

Dining a

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CAMPUS CINEMA
FRIDAY
MR. DEEDS GOES TO
TOWN (Frank Capra, 1936) 7 p.m.
M'LB 3
Gary Cooper inherits $20 million
and he will not be corrupted. Capra
takes him to New York where he
finds much unexpected company.
For some reason everyone suddenly
needs a lot of money.
MR. SMITH GOES T O
WASHINGTON (Frank Capra,
1939) 9:15 p.m. MLB 3
Jimmy Stewart is elected to the
U.S. Senate and he will not be
corrupted. . He finds that h i s
colleagues in Washington have a
different set of ethics. Geez,it sounds
a lot like Mr. Deeds doesn't it? It's
still hilariods. r
SOME LIKE IT HOT (Billy
Wilder, 1959) 7 p.m. Nat Sci
Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon
star as a pair of musicians on the run
from the mob. They take cover
dressed as women in Marilyn

Monroe's female band. Curtis'
impersonation of Cary Grant and Joe
E. Brown's final line are both
unforgettable.
THE MISFITS (John
Huston, 1961) 9:45 p.m. Nat Sci
Clark Gable and Montgomery
Clift star as a pair of modern-day
cowboys with Marilyn Monroe as a
divorcee. Marilyn's then-husband,
Arthur Miller (see Interview, p.8),
wrote the script which involves a
hunt for wild mustangs.
GILDA (Charles Vidor, 1946)
7:00 and 9:15 p.m. MLB 4
Glen. Ford finds out that his
ex-lover (Rita Hayworth) is now his
boss' wife.
EAT THE PEACH (Peter
Ormrod, 1987) 7 p.m. Mich.
Two unemployed Irishmen who
were inspired by Elvis Presley's
Roustabout, build a motorcycle
ramp.
LITTLE SHOP O F
HORRORS (Frank Oz, 1986) 9:
p.m. Mich.
The best musical of 1986 is the
adaption of the hit off-broadway
play. Rick Moranis stars as the
employee of a skid-row flower shop
troubled by an unusual plant.

SATURDAY
AGUIRRE, THE WRATH
OF GOD (Werner Herzog, 1972) 7
and 9 p.m. MLB 3
Klaus Kinski is the mad captain
of an imperialist expedition who
finds that he is living proof of
Murphy's Law. German with
subtitles.
WHAT'S UP TIGER LILY
(Woody Allen and S. Tanizuchi,
1966) 9 p.m. Nat Sci
Woody found a bad Japanese spy
movie, dubbed in a new English
dialogue, and created a very funny
film.
SHERMAN'S MARCH
(Ross McElwee, 1986) 7 and 9:40.
p.m. MLB 4
Director McElwee set out to
make a documentry on General
Sherman's famous march across the
South. But after being dumped by
his girlfriend, he began filming the
women he met on his journey.
EAT THE PEACH (Peter
Ormrod, 1987) 7 p.m. Mich.
See listings for Friday.
FULL METAL JACKET
(Stanley Kubrick, 1987) 9 p.m.
Mich.

A film which was the victim of
poor timing. Still, it is among the
year's best, and compares to Platoon
for its powerful look at the innocent
forced into an unwanted war.
Kubrick will shorten the lengths of
your fingernails.
SUNDAY
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
(Norman Jewison, 1971) 2 p.m. Nat
Sci
Topol stars as Tevye, a poor dairy
farmer trying to marry off his five
daughters. The musical features
classics like "If I Were A Rich Man"
and "Matchmaker."
SNOW WHITE AND THE
SEVEN DWARFS (Walt
Disney, 1937) 4:30 and 7:15 Mich.
Now fifty, Snow White will still
entice all ages. Modern animators
ought to pay more attention to this,
the standard for the genre.
THE MAKIOKA SISTERS
(K. Ichikawa, 1983) 8 p.m. Mich.
Four heiresses of a declining
merchant family pursue love,
marraige, and hapiness in prewar
Japan. Japanese with subtitles.

BERLIN
CHAMISSOPLATZ (R. Thome,
1980) free 7 p.m. Max Kade German
House
An architect falls in love with a
young student. German with
subtitles.
THAT SINKING FEELING
(Bill Forsyth, 1979) 7 and 9 p.m.
MLB 4
From the director of Gregory's
Girl and Local Hero comes a story of
Scottish high school dropouts who
make some quick money by selling
a truckload of bathroom sinks.

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