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What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

FIRST-RUN FILMS
ABOVE THE LAW
The action-thriller-shoot-em-up-
lots-of-blood-and-violence-police-
CIA-Vietnam-vet-inovolved-in-inter-
national-scandal-and-stolen-docu-
ments-starrring-a-real-life-martial-
arts-master film of the week. At
Fox. (all week - 12, 2:15, 4:30, 7,
9:30; F&S 12 a.m.)
AU REVOIR LES EN-
FAN TS
Nominated for best screenplay and
best froeign film (France) this new
film by Louis Malle concerns the
story of a boy growing up. Not a
new idea, but the way it is handled
makes this worth seeing. At Ann
Arbor 1&2 (Sa, Su -- 1:30, 3:30,
5:30, 7:30, 9:30; M, W, Th, F --
7:30, 9:30; T -- 5:30, 7:30, 9:30)

BAD DREAMS
After awakening after a ten year
coma, the sole survivor of a mass-
suicide at a spiritual community
must deal with the former members
in her dreams. Sounds like Dream
Warriors meets Jim Jones, but a
nightmare in any case. At Fox. (all
week -- 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10; F&S 12
a.m.)
BEETLEJUICE
The new Michael Keaton film.
How do ghosts get rid of live people
without calling Ghostbusters? They
call other ghouls! At State. (all week
-- 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15; F & S
11:15)
BILOXI BLUES
Part two in Neil Simon's trilogy.
Matthew Broderick is in the service
and Christopher Walken is his drill
sargeant. At State. (all week -- 3:10,
5:15, 7:20, 9:25; F&S 11:30)

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG
CITY
Michael J. Fox and Keifer
Sutherland in this adaptation of the
Jay McInerney novel about a man
who "plunges into the whirling
nightlife of New York City to try to
deal with his unhappiness." At
Briarwood. (all week -- 10, 12:15,
2:30, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45; F&S 12
a.m.)
THE DEAD
John Huston's adaptation of
James Joyce's-story. See it out of
respect for either of these two great
men. If not, see it just because it's a
great film. At Ann Arbor 1&2. (Sa,
Su -- 1:20, 3:20, 5:20, 7:20, 9:20;
M, W, Th, F -- 7:20, 9:20; T --
5:20, 7:20, 9:20)
D.O.A.
In this remake of the film noir
classic, Dennis Quaid plays an
innocent man who is poisoned and
has 24 hours to solve his problem.
Everyone hated it except us. At
Briarwood. (all week -- 10, 12:10,
2:15, 4:20 7:15, 9:30; F&S 12 a.m.)
18 AGAIN
92 year old George Burns plays an
81 year old who gets to spend two
weeks in the body of his 18 year old
grandson. Must be worth a few
laughs. (all week -- 3:20, 5:20,
7:20, 9:20; F&S 11:20)
THE FOX AND THE
HOUND
Return of the Disney classic of
the friendship between these two
natural enemies. Bring your kids,
your parents, and your dates. They'll
all love it. At State. (all week -- 1,
3, 5, 7)

GOOD MORNING VIET-
NAMI
Finally given a good vehicle,
Robin Williams ad-libs half his dia-
logue as a radio deejay in Vietnam.
What more could you want? One
dimensional but funny as hell. At
Fox. (all week - 12, 2:15, 4:30, 7,
9:30; F&S 12 a.m.)
THE LAST EMPEROR
Bernardo Bertolucci's epic film
about the end of an era in China. A
visual masterpiece, and maybe this
year's best film at the Oscars. At
State. (all week -- 8:45)
MASQUERADE
Rob Lowe is a yachtsman chasing
after heiress Meg Tilly, but his real
reasons are unknown. Your real rea-
sons for caring are also unknown.
No Sat. at 7 show. At Briarwood.
(all week -- 10, 4:30, 7, 9:15; F&S
12 a.m.)
MOONSTRUCK
What happens when Cher falls in
love with the brother (Nicolas Cage)
of the guy she is engaged to? That's
Amore! At Briarwood. (all week-
10, 12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:30, 9:45; F&S
12 a.m.)
A NEW LIFE
Alan Alda returns to the screen as
star, writer, and director. The story
of a divorced couple who re-enter the
dating world. Obviously a comedy.
Well, it's supposed to be. Reviewed
in this issue, page 5. At Briarwood.
(all week -- 10, 12:10, 2:15, 4:20, 7,
9:15)
POUND PUPPIES AND
THE LEGEND OF BIG PAW
Kiddie fare. Looks like you
would be better off sticking to

Disney, but it could be cute. At
Briarwood. (all week -- 12, 1:30, 3)
THE ROCKY HORROR
PICTURE SHOW
See it. And see it again. And
Again... Why not? That's why it's
here! At Briarwood. (F&S 12 a.m.)
THE SEVENTH SIGN
Demi Moore and her unborn child
play an important role in the end of
the world. Scary idea and maybe
even scarrier casting. Reviewed in
this issue, page 5. At Fox. (all
week -- 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10; F&S 12
a.m.)
STAND AND DELIVER
Special sneak preview of this new
film with Lou Diamond Phillips of
La Bamba about a teacher getting
through to students in an East LA
high-school. Saturday at 7 at
Briarwood.
THREE MEN AND A
BABY
Steve Guttenberg, Tom Selleck,
and Ted Danson star as three bache-
lors whose lives are changed when
they discover a baby on their door-
step. At Briarwood. (all week - 10,
12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:30, 9:45; F&S 12
a.m.)
THE UNBEARABLE
LIGHTNESS OF BEING
Based on the Milan Kundera
novel. Daniel Day Lewis is a
neurosurgeon "torn between his love
for one woman and his hunger for
new conquests." At Briarwood. (Su-
Th -- 10, 1, 4:30, 8; F&S -- 10, 1,
4, 7, 10)
-Mark Shaiman

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(David Lean, 1946) MLB 3 7:00
First of the classic-books-to-film
double feature. We get to follow Pip
and Magwitch (and other characters;
with great names) in a world only
Dickens could create. With a great
English cast including Alec Guiness
and John Mills.
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE.
(R. Leonard, 1940) MLB 3 9:05
The social world of provincial
England is the setting for the:Jane
Austen novel and this film. Watch
the Bennett sisters fall in and out of'
love. Laurence Olivier and Greer
Garson star.
PICNIC AT HANGING-
ROCK (Peter Weir, 1975) MLB 4
7 & 9:10
Capturing the beauty of their
homeland has always been the

strength of Australian films and this
is a prime example. In the Victorian
era, three schoolgirls disappear on a
picnic and only one returns but with
no memory of what happened.
TAMPOPO (Juzo Itami, 1987)
Michigan Theater 7 p.m.
Billed as the "first n o o d l e
western" this film spoofs everything
from spaghetti westerns to karate
films to sex, and is funny every bit
of the way. Lots and lots about food
and what you could, should, and
should not do with it.
STOP MAKING SENSE
(Jonathan Demme, 1984) Michigan
Theater 9:20
This concert film of the Talking
Heads "Talking in Tongues" tour is
more than just a movie, it's a
recreation because there is always
dancing in the aisles.

while. Filmed secretly at the end of
WWII this is the story of one woman
and the men who love her in a time
one hundred years earlier, Paris of the
1840's.
THE REVOLT OF JOB
(Imre Gyongossy, 1983) MLB 4
9:30
Nominated for best foreign film
in 1983, this is the tale of a Jewish
farmer in Hungary who adopts a
Christian orphan in hopes that the
boy will continue his own tradition.
ALTERED STATES (Ken
Russell, 1980) Nat Sci 7:00 & 9:00
Combine actor William Hurt,
director Ken Russell, and author
Paddy Chayefsky, and you get a film
filled with isolation tanks, the
missing link, and great special
effects.

yet he is able to beautifully capture
the Indian landscape while telling the
story of three young teenage girls
growing up along the Ganges river.
THE SOUTHERNER (Jean
Renoir, 1945) MLB 4 8:45
Even though Renoir is a
Frenchman, he has been able to
create a fine piece of americana with
an appropriately perfect ending.
REPENTANCE (Tengiz
Abuladze, 1984) Michigan Theater
5:00
From the Soviet Union comes
this allegory about Stalin's dictator-

ship that also comments upon
contemporary Russian society. The
plot is reminiscent of Hitchcock's
The Trouble With 1/arry in which a
dead body keeps disappearing.
BARRY LYNDON (Stanley
Kubrick, 1976) Michigan Theater
7:45
Famous for it's lighting and for
being a "coffee-table book" film, this
adaptation of the Thackeray novel is
a sight to see. Ryan O'Neal is an
upwardly mobile 18th century young
man who rises through marriage.
-Mark Shaiman

The Sanduich
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wide variety of
gourmet sand-
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muffins, and
along with Ann Arbor's idest selection
of ice cream, tofutti and frozen yogurt.
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This is Renoir's first film in color David Byrn in 'Stop Ma

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