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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. (F&S
12am)
BABY BOOM
Diane Keaton stars in this
Yuppie farce about raising a baby
while holding a full-time job.
Although this film has been in wide
release across the country for two
weeks, it still has yet to make a run
in Ann Arbor. This is a sneak
preview only. One night; one
show. At Briarwood (Sat, 8pm)
THE BIG EASY
Dennis Quaid 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
sweep up in the excitement. Still
holding on at State. (all week--5:45,
7:45)
DIRTY DANCING
Awkward teenage girl (Jennifer
Grey) falls for Patrick Swayze, a
working-class dance instructor in
1960s Catskills resort. The film is
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 thriller/suspense film starring-
-surprise!--Glenn Close and Michael
Douglass. An innocent one-night
stand becomes not so innocent
when Close becomes obsessed with
Douglass and terrorizes his family.

At Briarwood. (all week--loam,
12:15, 2:30, 4:45, 7:15, 9:50; F&S
12am)
HELLO MARY LOU:
PROM NIGHT II
There are some proms worth
going to, and there are others where
being stood up isn't so bad. At
State. (all week--2:45, 9:45)
HALLOWEEN
John Carpenter's cult classic has
become the standard by which all
horror film are judged. Just in time
for the season. Boo. At Briarwood.
(F&S 12am)
IN THE MOOD
A light-hearted film about the
escapades of a 15 year-old boy
(Patrick Dempsey) going out with
an older woman. With Beverly
D'Angelo. At Fox Village. (all
week--12, 4:30, 9:30)
INVASION OF THE
BLOOD BOMBERS
It's your money. At State. (F&S
11:45)
THE KILLING TIME
Assumed identity. Revenge.
Triple cross murder. All at State.
(all week--2:15, 5:15, 7:15; F&S
12am)
LIKE FATHER, LIKE
SON
Dudley Moore is the father,
dreaming of regaining lost youth;
Kirk Cameron is the son who wants
a Gold Card and wants it now. Their
wishes come true through a freak
accident. Cuter than a puppy dog.
At Briarwood. (all week--loam,
12,:10, 2:15, 4:20, 7, 9:15)
MAN ON FIRE
A suspense drama about a former
CIA operative who has withdrawn
from life and been hired as a
bodyguard for a 12 year-old daughter
of a wealthy businessman. Opens at
Fox Village. (all week--12, 2:15,
4:30, 7:10, 9:30; F&S 12am)

NO MAN'S LAND
Charlie Sheen is a young
inexperienced cop who is sent
undercover to infiltrate a
sophisticated car-theft ring. At Fox
Village. (all week--12, 2:15, 4:30,
7:10, 9:25; F&S 12am)
PRINCE OF -DARKNESS
John Carpenter's latest effort: a
group of graduate students join their
professor to help a priest prevent
the return of Satan. Opens at State.
(all week--2, 5, 7;9; F&S 11pm)
THE PRINCESS BRIDE
A most charming tale of love
and romance and adventure, by the
man with the Midas touch--Rob
Reiner (Stand by Me, This is
Spinal Tap). Guarenteed to make
you skip out of theatre. At
Briarwood. (all week--10am, 12:20,
2:15, 4:20, 7, 9:15; F&S 12am)
THE PRINCIPAL
High school principle Jim
Belushi's new job is at a school
where street-fighting and gangland
intimidation runs rampant. A
surprisingly better-than-average
film, mostly because of Belushi; he
proves he's more than just a comic.
At Fox Village. (all week-- 2:15, 7)
THE ROCKY HORROR
PICTURE SHOW
Bring an umbrella. At
Briarwood. (F&S 12am)
THE SICILIAN
Michael Cimino, who has
single-handedly made the phrase
"Heaven's Gate" synonymous with
"catastrophe," continues his
comeback trail with this epic tale of
Saiatore Giuliano (Christopher
Lambert), the man who took on the
united power of the Church, the
State and the Mafia in his attempt
to lead Sicily to secede from Italy.
Good luck, Mike. Opens at
Briarwood. (all week--10am, 12:25,
2:45, .5, 7:20, 9:50)

SOMEONE TO WATCH
OVER ME
Half love-story, half thriller as
Tome Berenger (Platoon) teams up
with a woman to find a killer. 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)
SPOOKIES
Sounds like a breakfast cereal,
doesn't it? Opens at State. (all
week--2:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30; F&S
11:30)
STAKEOUT
Still holding out from the
summer: an idea that sounds like it
belongs more on a sitcome than the
big screen--two men on a stakeout
become involved with their
subjects--produces unexpected
laughs at the box-office. Starring
Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio
Estevez. At Fox Village. (all week--
12, 2:15, 4:30, 7, 9:25; F&S
12am)
SURRENDER
Michael 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.
Doesn't Field ever go to the
movies? At Briarwood. (all week--
10am, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10)
SUSPECT
Add this to the growing list of
court room dramas--Cher is a public
defender who gets too involved with
a murder case and a juror (Dennis
Quaid). Opens at Briarwood. (all
week--loam, 12:20, 2:30, 4:45,
7:15, 9:45; F&S 12am)
WISH YOU WERE HERE
Yet another coming-of-age film
from Britian; the word on it is
excellent. 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
11:30pm)

CONTEMPO
EXOTIC ETHNIC

CAMPUS CINEMA
FRIDAY
SALVADOR (Oliver Stone,
1986) 7 and 9:15 p.m. MLB 4
Oliver Stone (Platoon) here too
paints a grim picture of the war-
torn country, and uses his power of
direction to make his political
views known. James Woods should
have received the Best Actor Oscar
for his portrayal of a sleezy reporter
investigating a corrupt leadership in
Cnetral America.
LOVE ME TENDER
(Robert Webb, 1956) 7:30 p.m.
Nat. Sci.
Elvis Presley finds time to slip
in a few songs in the middle of this
Civil War western.
JAILHOUSE R 0 C K
(Richard Thorpe, 1957) 9:30 p.m.
Nat. Sci..,
One that isn't too tough to
figure out from the title: Elvis
Presley plays a convict w h o
becomes a rock star.

VINT

SATURDAY

REAR WINDOW (Alfred
Hitchcock, 1954) 9 p.m. MLB 4
Jimmy Stewart plays a
photographer stuck home in his
apartment at the mercy of his
broken leg. He spends is time off
peeking at his neighbors with fancy
telefoto lenses. Grace Kelly was
intoxicatingly beautiful as h is
loving girlfriend who made sure
that a week confined to bed and
wheelchair would not be boring.
THE ADVENTURES OF
SHERLOCK HOLMES (Alfred
Werker, 1939) 7:30 p.m. Mich.
Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce
star as the famous defenders of
justice. This time they must protect
the Crown Jewels.
THE SEVEN PER-CENT
SOLUTION (Herbert Ross,
1976) 9:15 p.m. Mich.
Sigmund Freud meets Sherlock

Holmes. Their freindship proves
quite beneficial for both as Freud
cures Holmes of a drug habbit
(cocaine). Holmes repays the good
doctor by catching a few bad guys.
MORGAN (Karl Reisz, 1966)
7 p.m. MLB 3
David Warner is hilarious as
mad English painter trying to win
back the love from his ex-wife
(Venessa Redgrave).
BEDAZZLED '(Stanley
Donen, 1967) 9 p.m. MLB 3
Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, and
Raquel Welch star in the 1960's
comedy based on the Faust tale.
The English sense of humor often
borders on the rediculous, but that
is what seems to have brought
Monte Python such appeal.
FRITZ THE CAT (Ralph
Bakshi, 1972) 7, 8:30, and 10 p.m.
Nat. Sci.
Very poor excuse for an X-
rating, probably a very mild R by
today's standards. This is the
animated story of a cat who gets
mixed up with the wrong crowd.

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Tom Berenger and Mimi Rogers star in the 'Someone to Watch Over
Me.'

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