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10B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine - Thursday, January 9, 2003
A guide to whTs where, Thursday, Jan. 9
what's happening and why through
you nee to be there . , ,TLhe W eekly Li st Wednesday, Jan. 15

The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine
SECRETS OF THE PROS

Films opening

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The 25th Hour Aaron Stampler reeval-
uates his life with the help of Scotty
and Roger Maris. Too bad there's only
24 hours in a day ... it doesn't leave
enough time to watch all the other
great Spike Lee films from the past
few years. At Showcase: 1:30, 4:15,
7:00, 9:50, 12:35 (Fri. and Sat.)
Antwone Fisher He's still standing,
and he's still strong. You think you're
not going to have a teary eye? Think
again, then get ready for Biker Boyz.
At Showcase: 12:00, 2:30, 5:00,
7:30, 10:00, 12:30 (Fri. and Sat.)
Just Married In the history of film,
three movies have been released
under this name; nobody has ever
seen any of them. Maybe this one will
Films I
About Schmidt Dear N'dugu, Jack is
back and we think Kathy is a great
actress, but why oh why does the
hot tub scene have to be in the
movie? Those of faint stomach avert
thine eyes. At Showcase: 1:15,
1:45, 4:00, 4:30, 6:50, 7:20, 9:25,
9:55, 11:55 (Fri. and Sat.), 12:25
(Fri. and Sat.)
Adaptation Malkovich Malkovich!
Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich.
Yeah, it's kinda like that. Watch out
for the Brian Cox scene, it's a
scorcher! At Showcase: 12:35,
3:00, 5:30, 7:55, 10:20, 12:40 (Fri.
and Sat.) 5 stars
Catch Me if You Can Spielberg's
attempt to make everyone forget
the conundrum that was "Al." Nice
try, but audiences don't forgive so
easily, evendif this movie is so damn
good. At Madstone: 1:05, 4:00,
7:00, 9:45. At Showcase: 12:20,
2:10, 3:15, 3:45, 5:15, 6:45, 8:15,
9:45, 10:15, 11:50 (Fri. and Sat.),
12:35 (Fri. and Sat.) 4 stars
Chicago Richard Gere plays a
lawyer whogthinks he has the world
on a string. John C. has the best
number as somebody that nobody
notices. At Showcase: 12:00,
12:30, 2:20, 2:50, 4:55, 5:25, 7:15,
7:45, 9:40, 10:10, 11:50 (Fri. and
Sat.), 12:20 (Fri. and Sat.) 4 stars
Die Another Day And the Daily's new
vote for who next should assume the
role of James Bond is .:. Jason
Statham. He was cool as Turkish and
he won our hearts in "The
Transporter." Once he grows some
hair he has our vote. At Showcase:
9:35, 12:15 (Fri. and Sat.) 3 stars
Far From Heaven Exploits the taboos
of 1950's melodramas and exposes
a film like "Magnificent Obsession"
for exactly what it is ... bad. At
Madstone: 1:45, 4:15, 7:05, 9:30 4
stars
Frida Of course Selma is a terrific
actress, who else could have pulled
off the dancing in "From Dusk till
Dawn" so well? At Madstone: 1:00,
3:20, 7:00, 9:20 4 stars
Gangs of New York It's long and it's
great, but why is everyone buried in
Brooklyn? At Madstone: 1:30, 5:00,
8:15 4.5 stars

do better ... after all, none of these
people have ever made a bad movie, or
not. At Showcase: 1:00, 3:10, 5:20,
7:25, 9:30, 11:45 (Fri. and Sat.)
Narc Wow, another movie about'cor-
rupt cops, but this one's set in Detroit.
A very original spin. Add a disgusting-
ly old-looking, overweight Ray Liotta
to the mix and you have something
nobody has ever wanted to see. At
Showcase: 12:15, 2:40, 5:05, 7:35,
10:10, 12:30 (Fri. and Sat.)
The Pianist Wouldn't it suck to be
stuck in an apartment with a piano
and not be able to make a sound. I
know I'd be upset. But seriously, go
see it. At Showcase: 1:05, 4;05, 7:05,
10:05
holding
Harry Potter and the Chamber of
Secrets Everyone knows that these
stories borrow from just about every
great fantasy ever written, but listen
to Bowie's "The Wild Eyed Boy Who
Lived Under the Stairs" and you will
discover its true origins. At
Showcase: 12:05, 3:20, 6:30 3
stars
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Dumbledore the first has passed,
and we have yet to recover, but
there is still hope that Gandalf might
find a way to be resurrected for the
third Potter. Would any other great
old English actor fit better ... I think
not. At Madstone: 1:00, 4:15, 7:45
At Showcase: 12:10, 12:40, 1:40,
4:10, 5:10, 6:40, 7:40, 9:00, 11:15
(Fri. and Sat.) 5 stars
Maid in Manhattan With a modern
Cinderella story, isn't it obvious that
J Lo is trying to develop her acting
with new and different roles? It's ok
though, she's obviously focused on
her booming perfume career. At
Showcase: 12:15, 2:25, 4:40, 7:10,
9:20, 11:35 (Fri. and Sat.)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding Why is
this film still in the theaters? The
DVD is coming out soon. GO AWAY!
At Madstone: 1:10, 3:10, 5:10,
7:10, 9:10 3 stars
Pinocchio Film versions of this story
just don't seem to work out. What
were you thinking Roberto; you must
have done something wrong to have
your movie receive worse reviews
than "Al." At Showcase: 12:00
Standing in the Shadows of Motown
There can be nothing better than
watching a bunch of old musicians
sit around and tell stories, and hav-
ing Bootsie Collins sit in only makes
it better. At Madstone: 1:15, 3:30,
7:15, 9:30 4 stars
Star Trek: Nemesis At least Geordie
can look back at a career as Lamar
Latrell, and Picard is now Professor
Xavier. Look for the Number 1 spin-
off coming this fall. At Showcase:
9:05, 11:30 (Fri. and Sat.)
Two Weeks Notice Gee, a movie with
Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant ... I
wonder if they end up falling in love.
At Showcase: 12:25, 4:45, 9:10,
11:25 (Fri. and Sat.) 2 stars

INGREDIENTS
Salmon cakes:

1
2
6
2
6
2

lb. salmon: roasted (or canned)
chopped scallions
oz. canned roasted peppers
whole eggs
oz. bread crumbs
blanched asparagus
salt and black pepper

with the remaining ingredients,
adding bread crumbs until the
mixture forms patties.
Make the patties to any desired
size and brown on both sides in a
skillet with either butter or oil.
A simple mustard sauce can be
used to accompany the salmon
cakes. Simmer 1 cup of heavy
whipping cream in a sauce pan.
Add 1 or 2 tablespoons of either
dijon or whole grain mustard.
Continue to simmer the sauce
until it thickens slightly.
Season the sauce with salt and
pepper with a touch of dill or tar-
ragon, if desired.
Serve cakes with sauce either
over or under with the asparagus
on the side.
Red Hawk is located at 316 S.
State St. and is open Monday-
Thursday. 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.,
Friday & Saturday 11:30 a.m.- 11
p.m., Sunday 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m.

Tony Elam, manager of Red Hawk presents
RED HAWK' S
SALMON CAKE MIX

Mustard sauce:
1 cup heavy whipping cream
1-2 tbs. dijon or whole grain mustard
salt and pepper
optional: dill or tarragon
INSTRUCTIONS
Drain and dice roasted peppers and
cut asparagus in 1/4-inch pieces.
Flake salmon andmix in a bowl

TONY DING/Daily
Red Hawk has many delightful treats.

Courtesy of 20th Century Fox
Dude are we married?

Thursday

CAMPUS CINEMA
Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore
Rednecks and guns and Charlton
Heston make a beautiful combination.
State Theater 7 & 9:30 p.m.
Far From Heaven Douglass Sirk, eat
your heart out. State Theater 6:45 p.m.
Heaven Frank Boufet with a foreign
accent. Maybe he'll ask for a condom
again. State Theater 9:15 p.m.
Personal Velocity A movie where Fairuza
Balk isn't a weirdo, very original.
Michigan Theater 7 & 9 p.m.
MUSIC
The Ron Brooks Trio I hope you enjoyed
your time off, Ron. Now we're back and
stronger than ever. Look out, my man.

Bird of Paradise, 312 S. Main St., 8 p.m.
$5. 662-8310.
Dave Sharp Quartet After the show Dave
and Ron Brooks will engage in a bass-off
so jazzy that it could destroy the fabric of
time. The Firefly Club, 207 S. Ashley St.,
8 p.m. $5. 665-9090.
Peter Mulvey Pete honed his skills in the
Boston subway. Too bad he couldn't have
stayed there. The Ark, 36 S. Main St. 8
p.m. $13.50. 761-1451.
THEATER
Smile The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre pre-
sents this hilarious musical, which has
been hailed as the best musical to
come out of the 1980's. Sixteen con-
tenders battle it out for Young America
Miss, in a story about beauty pageants
and teenage angst. 8 p.m., Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, Washington at
Fletcher St., $10; 734-763-8587.

Friday

CAMPUS CINEMA
Bowling for Columbine See Thursday.
State Theater 7 & 9:30 p.m.
Nicholas Nickelby Another Dickens
story on film. Luckily, this one has the
,guy from "Abandon." Now that's a
relief. Michigan Theater 5, 7:30 & 10
p.m.
The Pianist Polanski had a great cameo
in "Chinatown." Too bad he didn't put
himself in this one. State Theater 6:45
& 9:45 p.m.
MUSIC
Inner Recipe My mom's recipe for chick-
en cordon bleu rocks harder than these
punks. Blind Pig, 208 S. First St., 10
p.m. $6 ($8 under 21). 996-8588.
The Easy Street Jazz Band IhopeI can
stay up late enough to catch these
guys. It'll be tough. The Firefly Club,
207 S. Ashley St., 5:30 p.m. $5. 665-
9090.
Ryan Cohan Supposedly this guy has
played with Orbert Davis and Kurt
Elling. If I had heard of either of those
gents I might care. Bird of Paradise,
312 S. Main St., 8 p.m. $10 ($7 stu).
662-8310.
Sweet Honey in the Rock The University
Musical Society presents this six woman
a cappella group, returning for their fifth
performance for Ann Arbor audiences.
Featuring Toshi Reagon, a musical power-
house who mixes rock, soul, blues, funk
and folk and delivers them with humor and
intelligence. 8 p.m., The Michigan
Theatre, 603 E. Liberty, $16-38; 734-764-
2538.
THEA TER
Smile See Thursday, $20

Jodie Roth
For the Daily
Upon entering college, one anx-
iously looks forward to an exhila-
rating social scene filled with new
friends, adventures and lasting
memories. However, students here
at the University, where we have
just as many libraries as bars, often
ponder what to do if under the age
of 21.
Luckily, we have formulated a list
of "alternative" activities for the
weekend if you just aren't "into" the
bar scene or literally cannot get in.
"I am so sick of the typical bar
scene in Ann Arbor. I feel like every
weekend I go to the same bar and I
see the same people and do the same
thing. I just wish there were other
things to do in Ann Arbor because it
Photos EditrDav i iat
Photographer: Dason Cooper
Tony Dng, Dav Kaitz and Ryan
Weiner
Cover Photo: Ryan Weiner
Arts Editors: Luke Smitht
Managing Editor, Jeff Dickerson,
Associat Editor
Editor In Chief: Jon Schwartz

would be fun to attend adventurous,
perhaps culturalevents," said Lauren
Kovacs, an LSA senior.
Sporting events are a great way to
meet other University students and
support athletic teams.
If you'd rather be an athlete than a
spectator, Rock n' Bowl may be a
good choice for entertainment.
Colonial Lanes, located on South
Industrial Avenue, offers Rock
n'Bowl on weekends.
Local movie theaters such as the
State Theater, the Michigan Theater
and Quality 16, offer discount stu-
dent prices.
For women looking for a racier
evening, Cavern Club, located on
First Street, offers admission to
women 19 and over on Thursday
nights.
Although they are not able to
drink, they can dance and have fun
with their friends (and obviously
older boys too).
Another club, The Necto, which
is located on East Liberty Street,
also offers admission to underage
students.
Although not commonly thought
of as a date place, museums are
often a great venue for meeting peo-
ple. The Ann Arbor Hands-On
Museum offers an intellectual yet
fun way to spend quality time.
Rock climbing at Planet Rock on

Alternative activities for the underaged

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A very risky date locale.

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Washtenaw Avenue is another chocolate smores at this fun, late go to the bar and see what I am

adventurous alternative.
Having fun with friends while
getting in a work out is certainly dif-
ficult for most, but Planet Rock
offers this appeal for the best of
both worlds. Located right on State
Street is Cosi; one may take pleas-
ure in the, gooey marshmallow and

night activity.
"Because I am under 21 years old,
I feel like my social life here is sim-
ilar to high school. We all meet at
the same place on the weekends
looking for something fun and
exciting to do. I can't wait until I am
21, because I ,will finally be able to

Phone Numbers: Michigan Theater:668-8397; Quality 16:827-2837; Showcase: 973-8380;
State: 761-8667.
Showtimes are effective Friday through Thursday. Matinee times at State Theater are
effective for Saturday and Sunday only.

missing out on.
Maybe the bar owners should just
let younger people in without drink-
ing, or perhaps someone can take
the initiative and find things for
people to do at U of M who are
under 21 years old," said LSA fresh-
man Jenny Katz.

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Courtesy of Cruise-Wagner Productions

Jason Patric, right, tries to solve the mystery in Narc.

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