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schoolmumlooldingfor vmance iromantic Venice.
(David Lean, 1955)
MLB 3 7:00
S. . . . .*
You Can't Take It With You
George Kaufman's Broadway play about an
eccentric family is brought to the screen where it
won a Best Picture Oscar.
(Frank Capra, 1938)
MLB 3 9:00
A Better Tomorrow III
Part of the Hong Kong Fest. Story concerns a
Vietnamese refugee who returns to 1974 Saigon
to fetch his uncle.
(Tsui Hark, 1989)
Mich Th. 7:30
. . . . . .
Apparatus Presents
Collection of film shorts by a variety directors
including a Chinese version of Spinal Tap!.
(Various Directors, 1990)
Lawrence of Arabia
The Peter O'Toole classic has aged wonderfully.
Story of war in the desert between Arab factions
has renewed relevance today. Weekend Editor Gil
Renberg's all-time favorite movie.
(David Lean, 1962)
Aud A 8:00
*. **. '
Life is a Long Quiet River
French family comedy continues its run at the
Michigan Theater.
(Etienne Chatiliez, 1990)
Mich Th. 10:00
SATURDAY
WR: Mysteries of the Orgasm
Politics and pornography meet in this offbeat
point-of-view film suggesting that sex is the
ideological key to the world's political differences.
(Dusan Makavejev, 1971)
AudA 7:00& 10:20
. . . . . .
Montenegro
Interesting film about an American women who is
liberated after she becomes involved with a group
of sleazy Balkan immigrants at a bar.
(Dusan Makavejev,1981)
The Man Who Fell To Earth
David Bowie plays awesome extraterrestrial sent
by his planet to Earth to find a water supply for
his people. Cool special effects.
(Nicholas Roeg, 1976)
MLB 3 7:00 & 9:30
Uving On Tokyo Time
A cinematic look at the only Chinese nightclub in
America. Ultra-low bdget and it looks it.
(Steven Okazaki, 1986)
Lorch 706
Manhuner
Before Silence of the Lambs, there was this
Michael Mann thriller about the maniacal Dr. Lector.
This time, the not-so-good doctor helps an FBI fed
track down a psychopath.
(Michael Mann, 1986)
Hillel, 8:00 & 10:15
Ludwig Van & Ballet Mecanique
The University percussion ensemble comes to
screen with a new, wild interpretation of
Beethoven.

(Various Directors, 1991)
Mich Th. 8:00
-. . .
The African Queen
Kate and Bogey go upriver in Africa to get away
from the meanie nazis and surprisingly fall in love in
the process. Note the primitive special effects.
(John Huston, 1951)
MLB 4 8:00
'.-.-...*.*.
Dark Passage
Bogey double-feature. This time he's an escaped
convict from San Quentin intent on proving he's
innocent of murdering his wife.
(Delmer Daves, 1947)
MLB 410:00
SUNDAY
Nosferatu
Scary original German version of the vampire
shocker. Max Schreck is chilling as the bloodsucker.
(F.W. Murnau, 1922)
Mich Th. 7:00
Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai Du Commerce, 1080
Bruxelles
New wave film with a new cinematic angle on
feminism in our modern times.
(Charles Akerman, 1975)
MLB 3 7:30
TUESDAY
Winter Light
Bergman classic is about (SURPRISE) man's
spiritual debasement and loss of faith starring the
usual group of Swedes.
(Ingmar Berman, 1963)
Mich Th. 700
Edward Scissorhands
Johnny Depp's a real cut up who can shear hedges,
hair, or dogs, but must fight to win Winona's love.
Ahhhhh.
(Tim Burton, 1990)
Mich Th. 8:45
WEDNESDAY
Winter Light
See Tuesday's entry
Mich Th. 7:00
*. . . ..*
Edward Scissorhands
See Tuesday's entry
Mich Th. 8:45
Dangerous Moves
Gripping chess championship between an elder
Soviet Jew and a young defector. Best Foreign
Film in 1985
(Richard Dembo, 1984)
Oxford House 8:00
THURSDAY
The Graduate
The age shows, but the charm of this film great
remains. Dustin Hoffman comes home from college
and runs into Mrs. Robinson and the fun begins.
Great Simon and Garfunkel score.
(Mike Nichols, 1967)
Mich Th. 7-00

* ** * . . .
Project A, Part II
Hong Kong film fest continues with this tale of
Coast Guard exploits off the coast of the famous
island.
(Jackie Chan, 1987)
Mich Th. 700
first run
cinema
Awakenings (PG-13)
Penny Marshall (Big directs this sensitive and
moving film about a nesome neurologist who
brings life to a group of patients suffering from
Parkinson's disease. Starring Robin Williams and
Robert DeNiro. (At Briarwood: 9:50, 12:05, 2:25,
4:45, 7:05, 9:30, 11:40; At Showcase: 2:40, 7:35)
. . . . . .
Cadence (PG-13)
Just when we needed it most, an army buddy film
with Charlie Sheen! Story about army rebellion and
regulations. Directed by daddy Martin Sheen. (at
Showcase: 12:20, 5,10:05,12:05)
Dances With Wolves (PG-13)
Kevin Costner directs and stars in this three-hour
story of a Civil War soldier who becomes a membe
of a Sioux tribe. (At Briarwood: 10,1:30, 5, 8:30;
At Showcase: Fri./Sat. 1, 4:30, 8 )
. . . . . .
The Doors (R)
Oliver Stone proves once and for all that he is the
most obnoxious, self-centered, pretentious
director in Hollywood. This is HIS story of Jim
Morrison. If it wasn't for the good music and the
fact that Val Kilmer really looks like the Lizzard
King, then this would be a total waste. Don't
bother tripping out beforehand, it won't help. (At
Fox Village: 4:30, 7:10, 9:45, 12; at Showcase:1, 4
7:15, 9:55,12:20)
. . . . . .
The Grifters (R)
John Cusack, Anjelica Huston, and Annette Bening
star in this drama about intrigue, power, and
double-crossing from director Stephen Frears.
(At Briarwood: 7, 9:15,11:30)
Hamlet (PG)
Mel Gibson and Glenn Close star in Hollywood's
latest version of the play. (At Showcase: 4:35,
7:10, 9:55,12:25)
. . . .'. .
The Hard way (R)
Michael J. Fox wants to be a big city cop and Jame
Woods is gonna show him. We can hardly wait. (At
Briarwood:10:15,12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:15, 9:30, 11:30;
at Showcase: 12:05, 2:35, 5, 7:30, 10,12:15)
He Said, She Said (PG-13)
Finally, a film gives the male and female point of
view regarding contemporary relationships.
Starring Kevin Bacon. (At Briarwood: 10, 12:15,
2:30, 4:45, 7, 9:15, 11:30; at Showcase: 12, 2:25,
4:40, 720, 9:45, 12:15)
.0.. ..

Home ANone (PG)
John Hughes' latest violent comedy. That kid from
Uncle Buck must stave off burglars when his
family leaves him home aone. His mom's a hoot.
(At Bnarwood: 10:15, 1220, 2:30,4.30, 7, 9:15;
At Showcase: 12:30, 2:45, 5:05, 7:40, 9:50,
12:10)
King Ralph (PG)
John Goodman takes a crack at the fat, obnoxious,
funny guy genre which has been dominated by John
Candy. Compelling story about washed up Las
Vegas piano-lounge performer who goes on to be
the first American King of England. (At Fox
Village: 4:30, 7:30, 9:30,12; at Showcase: 12:40,
2:50, 5:05, 7:15, 9:30,11:25)
*. .....
L.A. Story (PG-13)
Steve Martin stars in this spoof ofthe Los Angeles
social scene.
With Marilu Henner, Victoria Tennant.
(At Showcase: 230, 7:45, 9:40, 11:50; At Fox
Village: 4:30, 7:30, 9:30, 12)
My Heroes Have Always Been Iraqi Dictators
(Cowboys, really) (PG)
"Mama, don't let your babies grow up to be
Saddam." Seriously folks, don't judge a movie by
its title, except maybe this one time. (At
Showcase: 4:20)
New Jack City (R)
Judd Nelson and Ice T. Yes, that's Judd Nelson and
Ice T go deep into the ghetto to fight drug dealers
while rap is in the air. (At Showcase: 12:10, 220,
4:35, 7:35, 9:45, 12:10)
The Never Ending Story 2 (PG)
That magical Freudian beast brings a whole new
chapter to this inevitably never-ending story.

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