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What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

advertising. At Briarwood. (all
week--loam, 2, 6, 10; F&S
12a.m.)
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
12a.m.)
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 bust a
narcotics ring in this comedy-
action adventure. At Fox Village.
(all week-12, 2:30, 4:30, 7:10,
9:40; F&S 12a.m.)
HELLO, AGAIN
For those feeling that "Cheers"
just isn't the same anymore, here is
an opportunity to see Ms. Shelly
Long;. she plays a suburban
housewife who dies and magically,
returns from the great beyond. A
supernatural comedy. Opens at
Briarwood. (all week-12:20, 2:15,
4:20, 7, 9:15)
THE HIDDEN
Two dectectives join together to
solve a series of murders in
downtown Los Angeles; one of
them is an alien. Hmmm. At Fox
Village. (all week-12, 2:30, 4:30,
7:15, 9:30; F&S 12a.m.)

HIDING OUT
Reviewed in this issue, p.5. At
State. (all week-)
JEAN DE FLORETTE
Routinely being hailed as the
best film of the year, this import
from Sweden takes a poetic look at
peasantry in the 1920s. Graced with
subtle humor and exceptional
cinematography. Go. Opens at Ann
Arbor 1 & 2. (S, Su, T, 12:40,
2:55, 5:10, 7:30, 9:40; M, W, Th,
F, 5:10, 7:30, 9:40; F&S 12a.m.)
THE KILLING TIME
Assumed identity. Revenge.
Triple cross murder. Title says it
all. At State. (all week--2:15, 5:15,
7:15; F&S 12a.m.)
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--12p.m., 4,
8)
MADE IN HEAVEN
Kelly McGillis (Top Gun) and
Timothy Hutton fall in love in
heaven, return to Earth and try to
resume their relationship. With
Maureen Stapleton. Opens at
Briarwood. (all week-10, 12, 2, 4,
6, 8, 10)
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 12a.m.)
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 11p.m.)
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-- 10a.m.,
12:20, 2:15, 4:20, 7, 9:15; F&S
12a.m.)
THE ROCKY HORROR
PICTURE SHOW
Bring an umbrella. At
Briarwood. (F&S 12a.m.)
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--10am, 12:20, 2:30, 4:45,
7:15, 9:45; F&S 12a.m.)
WISH YOU WERE HERE
Yet another coming-of-age film
from Britian; the word on it is
excellent. At Ann Arbor 1 & 2. (5,
Su, T, 1, 3, 5, 7:10, 9:20; M, W,
F, 5, 7:10, 9:20; Th 4:45 only,
F&S 11:30p.m.)

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FIR-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
12a.m.)
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, 8p.m.)
CHUCK BERRY: HAIL!
HAIL! ROCK 'N' ROLL
Reviewed in this issue, p.5. At
State. (all week-2, 5, 7:10, 9:30;
F&S 12p.m.)
DAY OF THE DEAD
George Romero has seen better
days; uninspired sequel to previous
Dead movie, but gore galore for
those who like it. At Briarwood.
(F&S 12a.m.)
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

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FRIDAY
THE 39 STEPS (Alfred
Hitchcock, 1935) 7:00 p.m. MLB 3
The plot is very similar to North
by Northwest. Robert Donat has
Cary Grant's role, the one man who
knows that a distinguished
businessman is stealing State
secrets. Donat's problems are
complicated when the police think
he's guilty of a murder.
THE LADY VANISHES
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1938) 8:30 p.m.
MLB 3
Hitchcock is full of surprises
from beginning to end. The
hilarious tale of a woman
disappearing, while on a European
train. What's unusual is that no one
notices that she's missing, except
for an unusual British secret agent
(no relation to 007).
LIFEBOAT (Alfred Hitchcock,
1944) 7:30 p.iyp. Nat Sci
An Allied ship is sunk in a
WWII battle and a half-dozen people
are stuck on a lifeboat without food
or water. A Nazi floats up.
Hitchcock gives us a unique look at

what we consider "The Enemy" as
they decide what to do with the
POW.
I CONFESS (Alfred Hitchcock,
1953) 9:30 p.m. Nat Sci
Montgomery Clift is a priest
who hears an unusual vow of
confession. He must decide between
the justice system and the Church.
With.Karl Malden and Anne Baxter.
WALKABOUT (Nicholas Roeg,
1972) 7:00 p.m. MLB 4
Two Australian children are
stranded in the Outback. The
situation gives them an opportunity
to use their cunning to survive, and
a place to discover their sexuality.
IF (Lindsay Anderson, 1968) 9:00
p.m. MLB 4
Anderson takes a look at life in a
repressive British boarding school
for boys. A strong argument
against authoritarianism.
SATURDAY
KOYAANISQATSI LIVE!
(Geoffrey Reggio, 1983) 7:00 and
10:00 p.m. Mich
Philip Glass brings his ensemble.
to Ann Arbor to take the ultimate
cinematic experience even further
by conducting a live
accompaniment to Reggio's
masterpiece of cinematography. The
film has no plot or dialogue, but is

a beautiful look at today's world
and technology. It is full of sped-up
images and magnificent settings,
choreographed to one of the most
intricate soundtracks of all-time.
JEZEBEL (William Wyler, 1938)
7:30 p.m. Nat Sci
Wyler was one of Hollywood's
leaders in the '30s and '40s, which
allowed him to work with
extraordinary casts. Jezebel was no
exception. Bette Davis earned an
Oscar for her performance as a
vengeful Southern Belle caught
between a rich banker (Henry
Fonda) and a kind geltleman
(George Brent).
ALL ABOUT EVE (Joseph
Mankiewicz, 1950) 9:30 p.m. Nat
Sci
Took home seven Oscars in
1950, including Best Picture. Bette
Davis, Anne Baxter, Marilyn
Monroe, and George Sanders star in
the tale of an actress "at the top"
(Davis), and those who strive to get
there.
HAROLD AND MAUDE (Hal
Ashby, 1972) 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.
MLB 4
Cult classic about a teenage boy
obsessed with death who falls in
love with an 80 year-old woman
with lust for life. With music by
Yosef Islam (Cat Stevens).

FASTER PUSSYCAT,
KILL! KILL! (Russ Meyer,
1966) 7:00 p.m. MLB 3
Violence, violence, and more
violence. Shocking in 1966, and
still shocking today. The story
involves three furies incognito (as
go-go dancers). Everyone runs
around killing people. I guess that
makes it a cult classic.
BEYOND THE VALLEY OF
THE DOLLS (Russ Meter, 1970)
9:00 p.m. MLB 4
A rare case where the sequel is
better than the original. Roger

(Thumbs Up) Ebert helped co-write
the screenplay detailing a rock trio
caught up in the wrong crowd.
Hailed by some as the most
exploitative film of all-time.
SUNDAY
THE MAD ADVENTURES
OF RABBI JACOB (Gerard
Oury, 1974) 7:00 p.m. MLB 3
Louis de Funes stars as a
Catholic factory owner. For some
reason, everyone is after him,
including the police and a group of
Arab terrorists. He travels in
disguise as an American Rabbi.

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