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What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

COCKTAIL
Tom Cruise once again needs to
prove he is the best. First at flying,
then at pool, and now at being a bar-
tender? Fortunately Bryan Brown co-
stars. At Briarwood. (all week -- 10,
12:15, 2:20, 4:30, 7, 9:30; F&S 12
a.m.) No showing Sat. at 7:00.
THE DECEIVERS
Pierce Brosnon is a British officer
who infiltrates a secret murder cult in
1825 India. At Ann Arbor 1&2. (Sa,
Su - 1:10, 5:20, 9:35; M-F -
5:20, 9:35)
DIE HARD
Terrorists seize an L.A. high-rise
office building on Christmas Eve.
This spoils Bruse Willis' party, and
he sets out to rescue his wife. At
Fox Village. (call for times)
GORILLAS IN THE MIST
Sigourney Weaver portrays Diane
Fossey, the naturalist who lived in
Africa and worked with the mountain
gorillas. She also fought the
poachers and industrialists that
threatened her friends and was found
murdered three years ago. At State.
(all week - 2:10, 4:35, 7, 9:25)
IMAGINE
John Lennon has been in the news
a lot lately due to the newly-
published biography about him. Why
not have a new film about him too.
At State. (all week - 3:15, 5:15,
7:15, 9:15)

THE KISS
A supernatural thriller about the,
unwelcome visit of an aunt named
Felice. At Fox Village. (call for
times)
THE LAST TEMPTATION
OF CHRIST
Here it is. The latest film by Mar-
tin Scorcese, and the one causing all
that controversy. At Ann Arbor 1&2.
(Sa, Su - 3:00, 6:30, 9:20; M-F -
5:00, 8:00)
MARRIED TO THE MOB
Jonathan Demme's new film con-
cerns a recently freed woman- her
husband was iced - played by
Michelle Pfeiffer who can now start
life a new life. Soundtrack by David
Byrne. At Briarwood. (all week --
10:15, 12:45, 3, 5:15, 7:45, 10;
F&S 12 a.m.)
MEMORIES OF ME
Billy Crystal is a cardiac specialist
who suffers a heart attack. Before it
is too late, he goes to Hollywood to
live with his father, Alan King, who
is the King of the extras. At
Briarwood. (all week - 10, 12,
2:10, 4:15, 7, 9:15)
PUMPKINHEAD
A rowdy bunch of city kids
accidently cause the death of a young
boy, and then the boy's father calls
upon a demon to avenge the killing.
At Fox Village. (call for times)

PUNCHLINE
Tom Hanks and Sally Field are
stand-up comedians at the same club,
and both trying to make it big. High
on laughs, low on story, but the
punchlines" beat out the plot. Hanks
brings new meaning to Singin' in the
Rain. At State. (all week - 2:30,
4:50, 7:10, 9:30)
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.)
WHO FRAMED ROGER
RABBIT?
The technical wizardry of mixing
animation and real life is great to
watch. And so is Bob Hoskins who
had to do half his acting with props
later to be filled in. At Briarwood.
(all week -- 10, 12, 2:10, 4:15, 7,
9:15; F&S 12 a.m.)
THE YEAR MY VOICE
BROKE
Three young friends struggle with
their changing relationships in the
quest for love and maturity. At the
Ann Arbor 1&2. (Sa, Su - 3:10,
7:30; M-F - 7:30)
YOUNG GUNS
Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland,
Lou Diamond Phillips, and Charlie
Sheen combine efforts in this
recounting of Billy the Kid. At Bri-
arwood. [all week -- 10:15, 12:45, 3,
5:15, 7:45, 10; F&S 12 a.m.)
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THE ACCUSED
Jodie Foster plays a rape victim and
Kelly McGillis is her lawyer. After
the rapists are jailed, the law goes
after the witnesses who encouraged
the crime. At State. (all week-
2:50, 4:55,'7:00, 9:05)
ALIEN NATION
An alien race has come to this
world, bringing their culture which
contains an evil secret. Mandy
Patinkin, as an alien, and James
Caan, as a Dallas Cowboys fan, are

partnered police officers in this new
world. At Fox Village. (call for
times)
BIG
A young boy gets what he wishes
for - to be big. Tom Hanks plays
the pseudo-adult who must get along
in a world of real adults. Lots of
fun; you'll even want to tap dance on
a piano after it's over. AtBriarwood.
(all week -- 10:15, 12:30, 2:45, 5,
7:30, 9:45; F&S 12 a.m.)

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$.50 off all sandwiches
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FRIDAY

THE FLAVOR OF GREEN
TEA OVER RICE (Yazujiro
Ozu, 1952) Lorch 7:00
In this Ozu comedy a childless
married couple spend their time either
bored or bickering, but when the in-
evitable separation arrives, all is
worse than before. Admission is free.
LOCAL HERO (Bill Forsyth,
1983) MLB 4 7:30
In this wonderful little comedy,
an American is sent to Scotland to
acquire a small village for capitalistic
reasons. But once he encounters the
aurora borealis, he begins to see the
light. With Burt Lancaster.
COMFORT AND JOY (Bill
Forsyth, 1984) MLB 4 9:30
Another of Forsyth's charming
Scottish comedies. Here a DJ abin-
doned by his mate becomes involved
in an ice cream war in order to forget
his loneliness.

ANARCHISM IN AMER-
ICA (1982)
KARL HESS: TOWARDS
LIBERTY (1980) MLB 3 7:00
Anarchism deals with the anar-
chist movement in the United States,
including everyone from Emma
Goldman to the Dead Kennedys. To-
wards Liberty focuses on the life of
Hess as a speech writer for Goldwa-
ter, a neighborhood activist, an SDS
member, and a person who has been
on both the right and left. Won an
Oscar for best documentary.
MALCOLM X (Arnold Worth
& M. Perl, 1972) MLB 3 9:00
Based on his autobiography and
filled with rare footage this
documentary delves past the publicly
controversial figure to understand the
man who was one of the most im-
portant leaders of the American Black
revolution..
FRITZ THE CAT (Ralph
Bakshi. 1972) Nat Sci 7:00, 8:30,
& 10:00

Fritz is a cool cat and a free spirit.
Thus he is a perfect candidate to be
the star of the first X-rated animated
feature. Everything is lampooned in
Bakshi's full-length cartoon classic.
SATURDAY
BABY, ,IT'S YOU (John
Sayles, 1982) MLB 4 7:00 & 9:00
John Hughes should take lessons
from John Sayles when making
films about teenage romance. Set in
the '60s, a greaser falls in love with a
girl out of his class and they try to
make it work.
SLEEPWALK (Sara Driver,
1987) MLB 3 7:00, 8:30 & 10:00
A typesetter translates an ancient
Chinese manuscript, causing strange
happenings to occur to her and her
roommate. A highly stylized avant-
garde fantasy photographed by Jim
(Stranger Than Paradise) Jarmusch.
SALO: THE 120 DAYS OF
SODOM (Pier Paolo Pasolini,
1975) Aud A 7:00 & 9:15
Mix a novel by the Marquis de
Sade, WWII Italy, adolescents, fascist
rulers, and the bizarre mind of Pa-

solini, and you get this X-rated blend
of scatology, debauchery, and sadism.
The 35mm print will make it even
more of a memorable experience.
A PATCH OF BLUE (Guy
Green, 1965) Nat Sci 7:00
The first in the Shelley Winters
Film Fest. Here she turns in an Os-
car-winning performance as the
mother of a blind woman who falls
in love with a Black man. With
Elizabeth Hartman and Sidney
Poitier.
LOLITA (Stanley Kubrick,
1962) Nat Sci 9:00
Everyone loves Lolita. James
Mason and Peter Sellers play ping
pong and fight over her in this adap-
tation of the Nabokov novel about
sex, a young woman, and older men.
Shelley Winters again gets to play
the lead character's mother.
THE CHOSEN (Jeremy Ka-
gan, 1981) Michigan Theater 8:00
Director Kagan will be present to
introduce the film, and star Rod
Steiger will speak following the
showing of this adaptation of Chaim
Potok's novel about two the friend-
ship between two Jewish Brooklyn

teenagers in the '40s who subscribe
to different levels of orthodoxy. Ad-
mission is free.
SUNDAY
STATE OF SIEGE (Costa-
Gravas, 1973) Markley Hall, S. Pit
Room 7:00
This top political film maker
brings us the story of the U.S. inter-
vention and government repression in
,Uruguay. Admission is free.
TIME OUT FOR LOVE (P.
De Broca, 1961) MLB 4 7:00
Jean Seberg stars as an American
student who falls into an "amoral"
lifestyle and lives it up in Paris.
BREATHLESS (Jean-Luc
Godard, 1959) MLB 4 8:45
One of the pioneer films of the
French New Wave, Godard parodies
American film noir in his first fea-
ture length work. Jean-Paul Bel-
mondo is a Bogart-like French gang-
ster who steals a car, kills a cop, and
moves in with American Jean Se-
berg.
-Mark Shaiman
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and Pains." Tickets $12.50 in ad-
vance.

FRIDAY'
ANDREW TOSH AND THE
TOSH BAND - 10 p.m., St.
Andrew's Hall, Detroit
In the footsteps of his father,

Andrew jams Jamaican
Tickets $14.50 in advance.
THE BEARS -
Alvin's, Detroit
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ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA - 8:30 p.m.,
8 p.m., Michigan Theater
Tickets $15 and $12 at Michigan
to play, Theater box office.

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