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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 tale of voodoo and the
supernatural. At Briarwood. (F&S 12
a.m.)
BATTERIES NOT IN-
CLUDED
Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy
are aided in saving their home by
little flying saucers. Cute for the
kids. At State. (all week - 7:30,
9:45)
BROADCAST NEWS
From the director of Terms of

Endearment, William Hurt, Holly
Hunter, and Albert Brooks highlight
this film about what takes place
behind the scenes of a network news
station. Look for lots of Oscar
nominations in March. A t
Briarwood. (all week - 10:30, 1:30,
4:20, 7, 9:45)
CINDERELLA
Only a fairy godmother or Walt
Disney could make a film like this.
See it for the mice, at least! At
State. (all week - 3:30, 5:30)
THE COUCH TRIP
Dan Ackroyd is a mental patient
posing as a psychiatrist and Walter
Mathau is wearing a priest's collar. It
may be worth the ride. At Briarwood.
(all week - 10, 12:10, 2:15, 4:20,

EMPIRE OF THE SUN '
Steven Speilberg's latest film is
about a young boy separated from his
parents in China during World War II
and surviving on his own . Worth
every minute of it. More Oscar
nominations here. Christian Bale,
John Malkovich. At Fox. (all week
- 1:30, 4:15, 7, 9:45)
FATAL ATTRACTION
Michael Douglas and Glenn Close
are still going at it, this time at the
State. (all week - 3, 5:10. 7:20,
9:30; F&S 11:45)
FOR KEEPS
Molly Ringwald stars in another
teen-oriented film, only this time she
is pregnant. At Fox. (all week - 12,.
2, 4:15, 7, 9)
GOOD MORNING
VIETNAM
Finally given a good vehicle,
Robin Williams ad-libsdhalf his
dialogue as a radio deejay in
Vietnam. What more could you
want. At Fox. See Interview, Page 8.
(all week - 12, 2:15, 4:30, 7, 9:30)
HOPE AND GLORY
Based on his childhood exper-
iences, John Boorman (Excalibur,
The Emerald Forest) takes us to
England during World War II. A bit
slow in the middle, but the rest is
wonderful. At State. (all week - 3,
5:10, 7:20, 9:30; F&S 11:45)
MOONSTRUCK

What happens when Cher falls in
love with the brother (Nicholas
Gage) of the guy she is engaged to?
At Briarwood. (all week -- 10,
12:20, 2:30, 4:15, 7, 9:15; F&S 12
a.m.)
OVERBOARD
Goldie Hawn is a rich snob who
loses her memory. Kurt Russell
steps in and claims her as his wife
and mother of his kids. At Fox. (all
week - 6,10:45)
PINK FLOYD: THE WALL
You don't have to be on acid to
understand Pink Floyd's vision of the
world, but it wouldn't hurt. At
Briarwood. (F&S 12 a.m.)
PLANES, TRAINS, AND
AUTOMOBILES
Steve Martin is trying to get
home for Thanksgiving, but just
can't seem to make it, especially
with John Candy at his side. Written
and directed by John Hughes. At
Briarwood. (all week - 10,12, 2, 4,
6, 8, 10; F&S 12 a.m.)
RAW
Eddie Murphy stars in a concert
film for which the title is wholly
appropriate. He takes shots at
everyone. At Fox. (all week-
12,1:45, 3:30, 5:15, 8,10)
RETURN OF THE LIVING
DEAD PART II
Otherwise known as Return of
Return Of The Living Dead. How
many roman numerals will follow
this one in the future? At State. (all

week - 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15;
F&S 11:15)
THE ROCKY HORROR
PICTURE SHOW
See it. And see it again. And
Again... Why not? That's why it's
there! At Briarwood. (F&S 12 am.)
SURF NAZIS MUST DIE
No info on this one, but I suspect
the title says it all. At State. (F&S
11:50)
THREE MEN AND A
BABY
Steve Guttenberg, Tom Selleck
and Ted Danson star as three
bachelors whose lives are changed
when they discover a baby on their
doorstep. At Briarwood. (all week -
10, 12:10, 2:15, 4:20, 7, 9:15)
THROW MOMMA FROM
THE TRAIN
Humorous take-off of Hichcock's
classic Strangers On A Train.hDanny
Devito and Billy Crystal get wrapped
up in a murder. At Briarwood. (all
week - 10, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10; F&S
12 a.m.)
WALL STREET
Oliver Stone wrote and directed
this film set in the world of high
finance and low life. Starring
Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen, and
Martin Sheen. At Briarwood. (all
week - 10, 12:15, 2:30, 4:50, 7:15,
9:15)
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CAMPUS CINEMA
Friday
The Marrying Kind
(George Cukor 1952) Nat. Sci. 7
p.m.
A couple seeking divorce (Judy
Holliday and Aldo Ray) undergoes a
change of heart in court. Baby-
boom vintage Cukor. Screenplay
by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin.
Born Yesterday (George
Cukor 1950) Nat. Sci. 9 p.m.
Mistress of a junk tycoon
acquires sophistication at the ex-
pense of her lover. Ironic choice
for "Judy Holliday Night," since
the role was first offered to both
Rita Hayworth and Jean Parker.
With Broderick Crawford and
William Holden.
The Postman Always
Rings Twice (Tay Garnett
1945) MLB 4 7 p.m.
De rigeur adaptation of the
James M. Cain novel about a
scruffy drifter (James Garfield) who
reluctantly helps his lover (an
exceptionally alluring Lana Turner)
dispatch her troublesome old
husband. Seems dated now (and the
voiceovers don't help), but it
contains moral dynamics--actions

have consequences, fate catches up
with you--that buoy to the surface
even in our own day (F a t a l
Attraction ).
Rosa L u x e m b u r g
(Margarethe von Trotta 1987) Aud.
B. 7 & 9:30 p.m.
Life and times of the German
Marxist, withBarbara Sukowa in
the title role. In German and
Polish with subtitles.
Seven Beauties (Lina
Wertmuller 1975) Michigan
Theater 9:20 p.m.
World War II survivor fails to
confront moral dilemmas. With
Giancarlo Giannini and Fernando
Rey.
Stage Fright (Alfred
Hitchcock 1950) MLB 4 9 p.m.
Girlfriend of a murderer assumes
identity to discover whodunit.
With Jane Wyman, Marlene
Dietrich, and Richard Todd.
Tampopo (Juzo Itami 1987)
Michigan Theater 7 p.m.
The title character (the name
means "Dandelion" in Japanese)
enlists the aid of two truck drivers
to bolster the sagging fortunes of
her noodle restaurant. Wicked
satire of commercialism and filmic
conventions, including standard
narrative forms. Highly
recommended.

Saturday
Broadway Danny Rose
(Woody Allen 1984) Nat. Sci.
7:30 p.m.
A former comedian has trouble
with the Mafia. Excellent cinema-
tography. With Allen and Mia
Farrow.
Tampopo (Juzo Itami 1987)
Michigan Theater 5:00 & 7 p.m.
See Friday's listing, above.
Casablanca (Michael Curtiz
1943) Michigan Theater 9:20 p.m.
Winded warhorse about a cynical
nightclub owner (Humphrey
Bogart) and his frustrated desire for
a woman (Ingrid Bergman) who
apparently wants to forget their
past love affair. Appropriate film
for soldiers worried about loyalty of
wives and sweethearts back home,
and more than a little reminiscent
of Hemingway. But anyone who
hasn't seen it at least once deserves
to be alone. With Peter Lorre and
Sydney Greenstreet. Ronald Reagan
was originally considered for the
lead.
The Front (Martin Ritt 1976)
Nat. Sci. 9
Film on Hollywood blacklisting.
during the McCarthy scare of the
Fifties. With Woody Allen, Zero
Mostel, and Michael Murphy; Ritt
directed the current "Nuts."
The Living Daylights

(John Glen 1987) MLB 4 7 &
9:30 p.m.
Those needing proof that the
campus cinema is in trouble should
take note of this James Bond title,
which for some reason received
more than the usual polite smile
after its release last summer. I
won't buy it for a second--this is
just the same old double-not spy
fantasy, with the sexism and
xenophobia we've grown to
tolerate.
Paratroopers (Yehuda
Neeman 1979) MLB 3 7:30 &
9:30 p.m.
Paratrooper boot camp in Israel.
Working Girls (Lizzie Borden
1987) Aud. B 7 & 9:30 p.m.

Mopey verite imitation about a
bisexual photographer who moon-
lights as a prostitute for an
exploitive, golddigging madam.
Borden grinds out a feminist
metaphor--society forces most
women to become whores in one
way or another, so what's wrong
with becoming a real one?
Watchable but too obvious and
shallow to be taken seriously.
Sunday
The Living Daylights
(John Glen 1987)MLB 4 7 &
9:30 p.m.
See Saturday's listing, above.
-Scott Collins

1313 S. University 7i9-228
Ann Arbor'sbest
BE-BIM-BOB
TheMhp~y
since 1964
Homemade breakfast served alday
Lunch - Korean food
Mas:Mn - Fri:84
Sol - sun: 9-8
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215 S. STATE "2436
OfN7 DAYS &iEVENINGS
1100E. Catherine at Glen-761-8996
Open 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. weekdays, 6
a.m.-3 p.m. Sat., 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Sun.
Serving breakfast all days and lunch.
Featuring homemade bread and raisin
Favorites for over3Oyears.

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presentthe
Movie Goer Special
$15,50
2 choices 2 Beverages
ofentree (Soft)
2 English 2 Movie
Fries Tickets
Good An~y Dmy-,AnyTh!TmW ipNo lisdwid
Briarwood Mall 668-7500

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995-5095
PIZZA* LAAGNA* SUBS
SALADS CH1PATIS SHAKES
Open 7DAYS11am- 1 am
618 Church

We serve traditional American
breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
We also serve some Mexican
andMiddle-Eastern food.
DINE-INM-F AFTER 4p.m..
AND RECEIVE
20%off
(must show student I.D.)
Open daily 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
808 S. STATE ST.
Next to Pizza Bob's

The Oldest Pizzeria
inAnnArbor, with Delicious
Italian Dinners& Salads.
"VOTED BEST PIZZA IN
ANN ARBOR BY
THE MICIGAN DAILY
AND THE ANN ARBOR NEWS"
Restaurant & Bar
512 East William, Ann Arbor
663-3379

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3535 Plymouth Rd. - 665-3591
4905 Washtenaw Ave. -434-7978
Excellent in the ancient tradition
of Mandarin, Sze Chuanand
Hunan specialties. Attentive service,
a full service bar with a complete
wine menu and exotic cocktails.
Moderate prices.
Open 7 days a week.
Students welcome.

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CHINA
GARDEN
3035 Washtenaw Ave.-971-0970
Szechuan, Hunan, and Peking
cuisine. Rated #1 in carryout
service by the Ann Arbor News.
Selected the Best Chinese Restaur-
ant by The Michigan Daily.
Open 7 daysa week 11:30 a.m.-
10p.m. Take out service and
reservations available.'

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METZGER'S BLACK
FOREST INN
(203 E. Washington at 4th Ave.;
668-8987)
Ann Arbor's oldest restaurant. Serves
lunch and dinner daily except Monday.
Prime Rib--Prime Steaks--Seafood--
German Cuisine. Full service bar and a
delightful Bavarian atnmosphere. Dinners
from $5.95 to $8.75. We will validate
city parking lot tickets for car port
adjacent.

BEST PIZZA IN ANN ARBOR
DELIVERS FREE
with this ad
$2.00 off large
delivered pizza
rn andba,
Monday-Friday 11-2AM
Saturday-Sunday 12-2AM

PARTHENON
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FINE GREEK FOOD
* Gyros& Shish-kabob sandwiches
" Mousaka - Pastistsio - Dolmades
" Spinach pie - Gyros plate
* Liquor, Beer wine -
" Special Cocktail Menu
COMPLETE CARRY OUT SERVICE
226 S. Main at Liberty, Ann Arbor
Hrs:M-Thur II a.m.-10 p.m. Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-II p.m
Sunand Holidays 12 p.m..10p.m.

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BROADWAY
FRIED CHICKEN fine mid-eastern
& BARBEQUE 317 Braun C
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Mexican cuisine
like you've
never had before!
- Chili rellenos "-Flan, pastries
" Polio en Mol6 & sweetbreads+

Charlie and Martin Sheen play father and son in Oliver Stone's
'Wall Street.'

HOMEMADE PASTAS& PIZZAS
665-0444 - Take out
300 Detroit St. at Catherine
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315 Braun Court
(across from Kenytown)
994-3677

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