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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 & Saturday, 12am)
BABY BOOM
Yuppie comedy with Diane
Keaton as a businesswoman who
reluctantly inherits a baby and finds
she can't deny her maternal
instincts. At Fox Village (all week-
-12, 2:15, 4:20, 7:15, 9:40; F&S
12am)
CHUCK BERRY: HAIL!
HAIL! ROCK 'N' ROLL
This long anticipated
documentary finally rolls into Ann
Arbor; a film which serves both as
a triumphant celebration of the
father of rock n' roll and a re-telling

of its history. Interviews with
Springsteen, Richards, Clapton and
Little Richard, to name a few. At
State (all week--2, 5, 7:10, 9:20;
F&S 11:30pm)
DIRTY DANCING
Awkward teen-age 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-
-10am, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10; F&S,
12am)
FATAL ATTRACTION
A thriller/suspense film starring-
-surprise!--Glenn Close and Michael
Douglas. An innocent one-night
stand becomes not so innocent
when Close becomes obsessed with
Douglas and terrorizes his family
after he cools the affair. At
Briarwood. (all week--l0am, 12:15,
2:30, 4:45, 7:15, 9:50; F&S 12am)
FATAL BEAUTY
Struggling to find the right

vehicle ever since her acclaimed
performance in The Color Purple,
Whoopie Goldberg tries to get her
career out of neutral. She portrays
an undercover cop trying to break
up a narcotics ring in this
comedy/action/adventure. Opens at
Fox Village. (all week--12, 2:30,
4:30,.7:10, 9:40; F&S 12am)
HALLOWEEN
The John Carpenter classic
which has spawned a million rip-
offs, it still serves as the standard
by which all horror films are
judged. Just in time for the season.
Boo. At Briarwood (F&S 12am);
THE HIDDEN
Two dectectives join together to
solve a series of murders in
downtown Los Angeles; one of
them is an alien. Hmmm. Opens at
Fox Village. (all week--12, 2:30,
4:30, 7:15, 9:30; F&S 12am)
HIDING OUT
Jon Cryer stars in his first
leading role, as a Massachusetts
stock broker who has decided to
testify against the mob; he "hides
out" with his younger cousin out
West and goes back to high school
to conceal his identity. This is a
sneak preview only. One night;
one show. At State. (Sat, 7:45)
THE KILLING TIME
Assumed identity. Revenge.
Triple cross murder. Stupid as hell.
At State. (all week--5:30pm only)
LA BAMBA
Popular summer movie returns
for a second run. The Richie Valens
story retold, with an excellent
soundtrack. At State. (2:30, 7:30,
9:30; F&S 11:30pm)
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)
THE LOST BOYS
Despite what the critics said, and
despite the diappointing box office,
this summer release about teen-age
vampires partying into the night
has developed a hard core cult-
following. They're back. At State.
(all week--2:45, 5:45, 7:45, 9:45;
F&S 11:45pm; there is no 7:45
showing on Sat.)
NO MAN'S LAND
Charlie Sheen is a member of a
sophicated car-theft ring who
unsuspectedly becomes friends with
an undercover cop. Black and white
merge into undistinguishable grey.
At Fox Village (all week--12, 2:15,
4:20, 7:10, 9:30; F&S 12am)
PRINCE OF DARKNESS
Reviewed in this issue. See page
5. At State (all week--2:15, 5:15,
7:15, 9:15; F&S 11:15pm)
THE PRINCESS BRIDE
Most charming tale of love,
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
the theatre. At Briarwood. (all
week--loam, 12:20, 2:15, 4:20, 7,
9:15; F&S 12am)

THE SICILIAN
Michael Cimino spins an epic
tale about Salvatore Giuliano
(Christopher Lambert), the man
who took on the united power of
the Church, the Mafia and the State
in his attempt to lead Sicily to
secede from Italy. Many have said
with a snicker that this is the
perfect Thanksgiving film, if it
stays around that long. 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
Tom 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
11:30pm)
SURRENDER
Michael Caine and Sally Field
star in this comedy romance about
money and love. And money. At
Briarwood. (all week--10am, 12, 2,
4, 6, 8, 10)
SUSPECT
Add this to the growing number
of court room dramas spurred on by
Jagged Edge; Cher is a public
defender who gets too involved with
a murder case and a juror (Dennis
Quaid). At Briarwood. (all week--
10am, 12:15, 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)

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Szechuan, Hunan, and Peking
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CAMPUS CINEMA
FRIDAY
MONTE PYTHON'S LIFE
OF BRIAN (Terry Jones, 1978)
7:30 and 9:30 p.m. MLB 4
Is nothing sacred? Graham
Chapman stars as Brian, a man
born on the same night as Jesus.
One thing leads to another, and
Brian gets into a lot of trouble with
the Romans.
SWEET LORRAINE (Steve
Gomer, 1987) 7:00 p.m. Mich.
Maureen Stapleton is the owner
of a small resort in upstate New
York, a lovely setting for this
romatic comedy.
GHOSTBUSTERS (Ivan
Reitman, 1984) 9:00 and 11:10
p.m. Mich.
Who are you gonna call?...
Sigorney Weaver has so m e
unwanted spirits (ghosts) in her
refridgerator. Bill Murray, Dan
Akroyd, and Harold Ramis offer a
strange form of pest control.
NOSFERATU, T H E
VAMPYRE (Werner Herzog,
1979) 7:30 p.m. MLB 3

Klaus Kinski plays a most
convincing Dracula in cinema's
36th adaption of Bram Stoker's
classic novel concerning a peculiar
Transylvanian vampire.
THE HUNGER (Tony Scott,
1983) 9:30 p.m. MLB 3
David Bowie is a vampire who
lives life in the fast lane with
SusanSarandon and Catherine
Deneuve.
KING OF HEARTS
(Phillipe de Broca, 1967) 7:00 and
9:00 p.m. Nat Sci
Alan Bates is an abandoned
soldier who finds himself in an
insane asylum deserted by its staff
after World War I. He is treated
like a sort of divinity. With
Genevieve Bujold. (French with
subtitles)
SATURDAY
SWEET LORRAINE (Steve
Gomer, 1987) 7:00 p.m. Mich.
See listings for Friday
THE WITCHES OF
EASTWICK (G. Miller, 1987 )
9:00 and 11:15 Mich.
John Updike's story of witches,
devils, sex, and poopie dolls makes
its way to the big screen. Featuring
a star-studded cast including Jack
Nicholson, Cher, Susan Sarandon,

and Michelle Pfeiffer.
PLANET OF THE APES
(F. Schaffner, 1968) 7:00 and 9:30
p.m. Nat Sci
In a planet turned amuck, the
apes are in charge. Charlton Heston
is an astronaut mysteriously trapped
on the ape-controlled planet. For
some reason, he isn't to happy in
such an environment. There's no
place like home.
THE POSTMAN ALWAYS
RINGS TWICE (Tay Garnett,
1945) 7:00 and 9:15 p.m. MLB 3
Lana Turner plays an seductive
socialite. John Garfield plays the
man who is willing to do anything
for her, even murder her husband, in
this splendid adaption of James M.
Cain's classic novel.
GENTLEMEN PREFER
BLONDES (Howard Hawks,
1953) 7:00 p.m. MLB 4
Two little girls from Little Rock
(Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell)
go out searching for rich husbands.
Their travels take them to Paris
where they discover that diamonds
are a girl's best friend.
THE GIRL CAN'T HELP
IT (Frank Tashlin, 1956) 9:00
p.m. MLB 4
Jayne Mansfield is the girl, a
nightclub singer who gets mixed up
with some mobsters.

SUNDAY
EXODUS (Otto Preminger,
1960) 4:00 p.m. Mich.
Paul Newman and Eva 'Marie
Saint lead an all-star cast in this
epic adaption of Leon Uris' novel

detailing the birth of Israel from
post World War II Europe.
PERSONAL SERVICES
(Terry Jones, 1987) 8:15 p.m.
Mich.
A comedy about a day in the life
at a British brothel.

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muffins, and
other baked goods
along with Ann Arbor's widest selection
of ice cream, tofutti and frozen yogurt.
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We also serve some Mexican
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AND RECEIVE
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(must show student I.D.)
Open daily 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
808S. STATE ST.
Next to Pizza Bob's

Chinese Restaurant
3535 Plymouth Rd. - 665-3591
4905 Washtenaw Ave. - 434-7978
Excellent in the ancient tradition
of Mandarin, Sze Chuan, and
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