Lloyd. 92 mms. LOS Angeles. 1949. and side by side with the human population live the Toons. the cartoon characters working in the movie business. Animated star Roger Rabbit hires private dick Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) to keep tabs on his wife. but Eddie uncovers a conspiracy that threatens the very future ofToontown itself. An amazing technical achievement for the credibility with which the cartoons 1 interact with the human cast. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. ; IWho's That Girl? (James Foley. US. I 1986) Griffin Dunne. Madonna. 97mins. Dreadfully dire attempt at Thirtes-style screwball comedy with Madonna pretty resistible as a young woman who may well be possessed by a leopard. The normally reliable Dunne should have given this one a wide berth. Edinburgh: Cameo. I The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah. IS. 1969) William Holden. Ernest Borgninc. Robert Ryan. 145 mins. The bloody but emotionally sensitive tale of a battle to the death between rough-riding Texans and Mexican revolutionaries. A classic and highly influential Western. which creates a paradoxical beauty from explicitly violent ingredients. Edinburgh: Film (iuild. IWilt( 15) (Michael Tuchner. UK. 1989) Mel Smith. (iriff Rhys Jones. Diana Quick. 93 mins. The quest for asuitable film vehicle for the undoubted talentsof the podgy one and his pal now seems to be at an end. (iriff Rhstones is the lecturer suspected of murdering his wife by bumbling copper Mel Smith. in this adaptation of'l‘om Sharpe's novel. Produced by Brian Eastman. who made I’orIer/muse Blue for TV the film has managed to keep sortie of the tackier aspects of the plot in check though allowing the kind ofwry verbal humour that the pair indulge in so well. toshine through. (ilasgow: Cannon Clarkston Road. Cannon The Forge. (irosvenor. ()deon. Edinburgh: ()deon. Central: Allanpark. Caledonian. Cannon. Strathclydc: Cannon. Kelburne. ()deon Ayr. ()deon Hamilton. L'Cl Clydebank 10. I Withnail And I ( 15) (Bruce Robinson. UK. 1987) Paul McUann. Richard E. Grant. Richard Crriffiths. 107 mins. 1969. Two out of work actors surviving through London giro squalor take a break in a picturesque Lake District cottage. where one of them suffers the attentions ofthc ageing homosexual owner. Reasonably entertaining British comedy with a tendency to rely on the all-too-easy targets ofdrug-taking and gay stereotyping for much of its humour. Central: MacRobert Arts Centre. I A World Apart ( 15) (Chris Mcnges. IIK. 1988) Barbara Hershey. Jodhi May. Linda I Mvusi. David Suchet. 112 mins. Basedon the experiences of screenwriter Shawn I Slovo‘s teenage years in the South Africa ( ofthc early Sixties. the film followsthe I

arrest of her political activist mother and the resultant tensions this brings to bear on their relationship. However. the young girl's growing personal awareness of the injustices of apartheid lead her towards some sense of solidarity with her mum. Well-handled and brilliantly acted domestic treatment of the moral evils of the Johannesburg regime. Edinburgh University Film SOCICI)‘.

I Young Einstein (PG) (Yahoo Serious. Australia. 1989) Yahoo Serious. ()dile Le Clezio.John Howard. 97mins. Wild-haired Mr Serious writes. directs. produces and takes the title role in this irreverently inventive biopic ofthc genius‘s early life. This Albert Einstein. born in Tasmania. not only split the atom. but also invented the electric guitar and hence rock‘n'roll. Like it or love it. this wildly silly romantic comedy looks set to be Australia‘s second most successful film to date. and its sly charm has won the hearts of audiences around the world. Strathclydc: UCI Clydebank 10.


Friday 24—Thursday 3D

This section gives details at programmes showing at cinemas in central Scotland over the next week. Readers are advised that programmes may be subject to late change atanytime.

Cinemas operating a lamin discount scheme allow an adult accompanying a child to 'U' and ‘PG‘ certilicate programmes to gain admission tor the same price as the child up to 6pm.


I CANNON Clarkston Road. Muirend.637 2641 . £2.30 (Child/()AP £1.20). Family discount scheme operates.

1. Back To The Future 2 (PG) 2.05pm (Sat only). 5.05pm. 8.05pm.

2. Wilt ( 15) 2.25pm (Sat only).5.25pm. 8.25pm.

I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead. 556 42824343. £2.80 (Children and all tickets for shows commencing be fore 6pm £1.75). [1)] (please telephone beforehand). [E] (screens 1.3 and 5).

1. Shirley Valentine ( 15) 1.10pm. 3.40pm. 6.10pm. 8.45pm.

2. & 5. Back To The Future 2 (PG) 1.10pm. 2pm. 3.40pm. 5. 15pm. 6.05pm. 8.35pm. 8.50pm.

3. Road House ( l8) 1.05pm.3.35pm. 6.05pm. 8.40pm.

4. Lady And The Tramp (II) 1.20pm.

Pet Sematary ( 18) 3.45pm. 6. 10pm. 8.25pm.

6. Ernest Saves Christmas (PG) 1.35pm. 3.50pm. 6. 15pm.

Great Balls 01 Fire ( 15)8.30pm.

7. Wilt( 15) 1.40pm. 3.55pm. 6.20pm. 8.55pm.

See also (ilasgow Lates.

I CANNON Sauchiehall Street. 332 1592. £2.80 (Child £1.40). Twobarsopen 6—9.30pm (Mon—Sat ): 6.30—9.30pm (Sun). Family discount scheme operates. 1. Back To The Future 2 (PG) 1.50pm. 5.05pm. 8.05pm.

2. Shirley Valentine ( 15) 1.50pm. 5pm. 8.05pm.

3. Field Dl Dreams (PG) 1.55pm. 5.05pm. 8.10pm.

4. Pet Sematary ( 18) 1.55pm. 5. 15pm. 8.15pm.

5. Lethal Weapon 2 ( 15) 1.50pm. 5.05pm. 8.05pm.

I CITY CENTRE ODEON Renfield Street. 332 8701. Licensed bar. Adults £2.95. Under 15s and ()APs £1 .75 (£2.25 last performance). Student I)B40concessions £2.25 available as advertised. Lunchtime bargain shows (starting before 1.30pm) £1 .75. [1)] cinemas 2. 3 and 4. Advance booking available from box office (Ham—7.30pm) or by Visa. Access hotline (333 9551).

Wi|t( 15) 1.25pm. 3.45pm. 6. 15pm.9pm. The Bear(PG) 12.45pm. 3. l5pm.6pm. Road House(18) 12.45pm.3.15pm.6pm. 8.45pm.

Ernest Saves Christmas (PG) 12.30pm. 3pm.

Dead Poets Society (PG) 5.30pm. 8.25pm. Great Balls Dl Fire ( 15) 12.45pm.3. 15pm. 6pm. 8.45pm.

New York Stories ( 15) 1.25pm. 5.30pm. 8.30pm.

See also Glasgow Lates.

I GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. llillhead. 339 42987814. [D] with prior notification. £2.50(StudentI!B40£2;Chi1d/()AP £1.50). Seats can now be booked for last evening and late screenings: the box office is open 2—7.30pm. All seats forfirst matinee £1.50.

1. Back To The Future 2 2pm (not Sun). 5.20pm (not Sun). 8. 10pm.

2. Wilt ( 15) 2.25pm (not Sun). 5.50pm (not

I 1

Sun). 8.25pm.

See also Glasgow Lates.

I SALON Vinicombe Street. 339 4256. Circle £2.75; Stalls £2.50 (Student/U840 £2; Child/CAP £1 .50). All seats for early afternoon matinees £1.50.

Shirley Valentine ( 15) 2. 15pm. 5.30pm. 8pm.

Rose Street. 332 6535. Cafe/bar open 30 mins prior to evening perf. closes 9pm. [D] on application to box office. [E] No smoking. Matinees £2 (Student/U840 £1.20). Fri matinees£1.50(All concessions 80p). Evenings £2.70 (Student/UB40£1.70). Allperfs (‘hildeAP£1.20.


A Short Film About Killing ( 18) 3.30pm. 6pm. 8.30pm.



A Short Film About Killing 6pm. 8.30pm. SUNDAY 26

The Cook. The Thiel. His Wile And HerLover (18) 5.50pm. 8.25pm.


The Thin Blue Line ( 15) 3.30pm.

The Cook. The Thiel. His Wile And HerLover (18) 5.50pm. 8.25pm.


The Cook. The Thiel. His Wile And HerLover ( l8)5.15pm.

Battleship Potemkin (PG) 8pm. WEDNESDAY 29

Ask The Dead The Price Dl Death ( 15) 1.30pm. 6pm.

The Cook. The Thiel. His Wile And Her Lover (18) 8.25pm.


The Adventurer( 15 ) 6pm.

The Cook. The Thiel. His Wile And Her Lover (18) 8.25pm.


Fri 24/Sat 25:

I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead

1. Shirley Valentine ( 15) 1 1.35pm.

2. Back To The Future 2 (PG) I 1.40pm.

3. Road House ( 18) 1 1.30pm. 4.PetSematary(18) 11.45pm.

5. Back To The Future 2 (PG) 1 1 .35pm. 6.WiIt(15) 11.40pm.

7. Elvira. Mistress DI The Dark ( l8) & Vamp (18) 11pm.


1. Midnight Express( 18) 11pm.

2. Comlort And Joy (PG) a: Restless Natives (PCr)11pm.

I ODEON chfield Street

Wi|t(15) 11.30pm.

Road House ( 18) 1 1.30pm.

Dead Poets Society (PG) 11.25pm.

Great Balls Dl Fire ( 15) 1 1 .3upm.

New York Stories ( 15) 1 1 .20pm.


I CAMEO Home Street. 228 4141. [1)]. Bar open Mon—Sat 6—1 1 .30pm; Sun 6—1 1pm. £1 .20 for 1st perfs: £2 for 2nd perf;£2.50 for 3rd pert; £2.90 for last pert. Lates and Sunday matinees £2.80(£2).

New York Stories ( 15) 1.30pm (not Sun). 4pm. 6.30pm. 9pm.

How to Get Ahead In Advertising ( 15)(Sun only) 2pm.

See also Edinburgh Lates.

I CANNON Lothian Road. 229 3030. Bar: 11am—2.30pm.5—10pm(Mon—Fri). 11am—l0pm (Sat). 6.30—10pm (Sun). [1)] cinemas 2 & 3. prior notification advisable. £3.50. £2.80 (cinema 1)£2.80 (cinemas 2. 3). Child £1 .60 ( Pullman). £1.40. ()AP £1 .40 (before 6pm). Family discount scheme operates.

1. Back To The Future 2 (PG) 2pm.5pm. 8pm.

2. Shirley Valentine ( l5)(not Wed) 2. 10pm. 5.10pm.8.10pm.

Gone With The Wind (P( i) 1.40pm. 6.40pm. 3. Field 01 Dreams (PG) 2. 10pm. 5. 10pm. 8.10pm.

I DOMINION Newbattle Terrace. 447 2660. Rest 10am-3pm.5-111prn(1vion).

10am—10.30pm (Tue-Fri). 10am—noon. 2—1 1pm (Sat). Bar noon-3pm. 6—10pm (Mon—Fri); 6—10pm (Sat); 6.30—8.30pm (Sun). Partial wheelchair access. Tickets £1 .70 for late matinee performances commencing 5—6pm; all other times £2.60 (Child’Student/UB40£1.70; OAP£1.50 all perfs except evening perfs in cinema 3). 1. Shirley Valentine (15) 2.20pm.5.20pm. 8.20pm.

2.The Bear(PG) 1.45pm.6.15pm.

Dead Poets Society (PG) 3.45pm. 8. 15pm. 3. Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (PG) 2pm. 5pm. 8pm.

I ODEON Clerk Street. 667 7331/668 2101. Bar 5.30—9pm. Partial wheelchair access. Tickets £2.50 (Child/Student/OAP/UB40 £1.75) for perfs up to 6pm;£2.80 (Chi1d.‘Student/()AP/UB40£2— not Fri.Sat) for perfs commencing after 6pm. 1. Will ( 15) 2. 15pm (Sat. Sunonly). 4.20pm (Sat. Sun only). 6.25pm. 8.45pm. 2. Ernest Saves Christmas (PG) 1.45pm. 4pm.

Road House (18)6pm.8.45pm.

3. HenryV (PCr) 1pm. 6pm.

Great Balls DlFire (15)3.40pm.8.40pm. See also Edinburgh Lates.


Lothian Road. 228 2688. Bar(Mon—Sat. noon—1 1pm. Sun 6.30—1 1pm) Rest (Mon—Sat. noon—9pm). [E]. Matinees £1 .50 (concs £1); early evenings £2 (cones £1 .50); main evenings and double bills £2.80. bookable in advance. No concessions on Sats.


1. Mississippi Burning ( 18) 2.30pm. Heathers ( 15) 6.30pm. 8.30pm.

2. Amsterdamned ( 18) 3pm. 6. 15pm. 8.15pm.


1. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (PG) 2pm. 4.15pm.

Heathers ( 15) 6.30pm. 8.30pm.

2. Amsterdamned ( 18) 3pm.6. 15pm. 8.15pm.


From Fri 24 November: NEW YORK STORIES (15) 1.30pm (not Suns), 4pm, 6.30pm and 9pm


I Late Nights

at 11.15pm

Fri 24 and Sat 25 Nov:

BAD TASTE (18) &


I Matinées

Sun 26 at 2pm: HOW TO GET AHEAD IN ADVERTISING (15) Sun 3 at 2pm: LAW OF


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