old-style filmmaker/adventurer at play. sleeves rolled up in a Hemmingwayesque struggle against the oncoming barrage of experience. As actor. however. Clint turns in what's arguably his best performance. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I White Palace (18) (Luis Mandoki, US. 1990) Susan Sarandon. James Spader, Kathy Bates, Jason Alexander. 102 mins. Modern comedy-romance based around a i St Louis diner. where yuppie Spader (familiar but successful casting) meets older fast-food waitress Sarandon. An ] unlikely. cross-class affair ensues, which allows Mandoki not only to indulge in a predictable but stickily enjoyable love story. but also provides the backdrop for an observant. highly amusing satire on the ; largely ignored US class system. Glasgow: Cannon The Forge. Cannon Sauchiehall Street. Edinburgh: Cannon. UCI. Strathclyde: UCI East Kilbride. I Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (PG) (Robert Zemeckis. US. 1988) Bob Hoskins. Joanna Cassidy. Christopher Lloyd. 92 mins. In 1949 LA, the humans live alongside the Toons. cartoon characters working in movies. Animated star Roger Rabbit hires private dick Hoskins to keep tabs on his wife. but he uncovers a conspiracy that threatens the future of Toontown itself. An amazing technical achievement for the interaction of cartoons and live action. this box office winner spoofs thefilm noir genre while milking the Tex Avery-style cartoon violence for all it‘s worth. Glasgow: GET. I The Why7s Man (PG) (Murray Grigor. UK. 1990) George Wyllie. Bill Paterson. 55 mins. A comedy-documentary written by Grigor and Wyllie and originally shown on Channel 4. which investigatesthe Glaswegian scu|?tor and humorist’s work and the theme of art‘s connections with politics. as illustrated by Wyllie‘s straw locomotive and paper boat. Glasgow: GET. I The Wizard 01 Oz (PG) (Victor Fleming. US. 1939) Judy Garland. Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger. Bert Lahr. Jack Haley. Margaret Hamilton. Toto. 102 mins. Miserable Dorothy runs away from home but is soon whisked up into a magical land where her adventures teach her that happiness is to be found in her own back yard. Classic stuff indeed. just chockful of great songs. characterisation and I memorably garish design. Perhaps marginally less enjoyable forthe curmudgeonly element rooting for the Wicked Witch Of The West though.

I Women On The Verge or A Nervous Breakdown (15) (Pedro Almodovar. Spain. 1988) Carmen Maura. Antonio Banderas, Julieta Serrano. 98 mins. When Pepa‘s illicit affair with an older man is abruptly ' terminated, she sets out for revenge, but is i distracted by a succession of offbeat

visitors seeking her calming influence. A splendidly bizarre character comedy from ' the maker of Law Of Desire, with some off-the-wall acting and a plot that pays ironic but affectionate homage tothe classic Hollywood comedies of the 1950s. Glasgow: GET. Strathclyde: UCI Clydebank.

I Zandalee(18) (Sam Pillsbury, US. 1990) Nicolas Cage, Judge Reinhold. Erika Anderson. Viveca Lindfors. Aaron Neville. 104 mins. Complex tangles of love and lust begin to develop when uneasily married couple Thierry (Reinhold) and Zan (Anderson) receive a visit from sleazy, hedonistic artist Johnny (Cage), after which a passionate affair develops between Zan and Johnny, with both comic and tragic consequences. An attempt at the overworked theme of erotica versus pornography which, despite j the charisma of the performers. proves to be a pretty flimsy excuse for a glossy bonk-frenzy. Glasgow: Cannon Sauchiehall Street. Edinburgh: Cannon, UCI. Strathclyde: UCI Clydebank. UCI East Kilbride.

I . Glasgow: GET. i




Friday 3—Thursday 9

Cinemas are listed by region, then alphabetically, with commercial cinemas tollowed by repertory arthouses. societies and late night screenings. Times listed are for complete programmes, which may include advertisements and trailers. [D] indicates that wheelchair access is available, though prior notification is advisable. [E] indicates the availability of an induction loop, torthe convenience at hearing aid users. Film Listings compiled by Sue Wilson.


I CANNON Clarkston Road, Muirend. 637 2641 . £2.90 (Child/OAP £1 .90; before 6pm all seats£l .90).

1. The Hard Way (15) 5pm. 8pm.

Home Alone (PG) Sat. Mon only 2pm. 2. Sleeping With the Enemy ( 15) 2. 15pm (Sat, Mon only) 5.15pm,8. 15pm.

I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead, 556 4282/4343. [D]. [E] (screens 1. 3 and 5). Shows commencing before 6pm £2.10: after 6pm £3.30 (Child £2.10).

1.The Hard Way(15) 1.10pm,3.40pm. 6.05pm. 8.35pm.

2. Predator2(l8) 1.15pm.3.45pm. 6.15pm. 8.45pm.

3. Sleeping With the Enemy ( 15) 1.10pm. 3.30pm. 6.05pm, 8.30pm.

4. Highlander 2: the Duicltening (15) 1.25pm, 3.50pm, 6.10pm. 8.45pm.

5. The Little Mermaid (U) 1.15pm. Dances With Wolves (12) 3.25pm, 7.30pm.

6. All Dogs Go to Heaven (U) 1.25pm.

Scenes From a Mall (15) 3.40pm, 6. 10pm.

« . m- w- . - WE" 7.l(lngRalph(PG)1.20pm.3.3 pm. White Palace ( 18) 6. 15pm, 8.40pm.

See also Glasgow Lates. I CANNON Sauchiehall Street, 332 1592. £3.20 (Child £2. 10; CAP [before 6pm]

2 £2). All tickets for shows commencing

4pm—6pm £2. 10 (not Sat, Sun). Two bars open 5—9.30pm (Mon—Sat); 6.30—9.30pm (Sun).

1.The Hard Way(15) 1.30pm.4.45pm. 8.05pm.

2. Dances With Wolves ( 12) 1.30pm. 6.55pm.

3. O G A (18) 1.45pm, 4.30pm, 7.55pm.

4. King Ralph (PG) 1.10pm.3.30pm. White Palace (18) 5.50pm, 8.30pm.

5. Buick Change (15) 1.15pm.3.35pm.

E 5.55pm.8.25pm.

I CITY CENTRE ODEON Renfield Street. 332 8701. Licensed bar. [D] screens 2. 3 and 4. £3.35 (Child/OAP£2.35 [£2.601ast show]: Student/U840 £2.60 [available as advertised]). Pullman seats also available in screen 1 £3.85. All tickets for shows commencing before 1.30pm £2.35. Advance booking available from box


Sleeping With the Enemy ( 15) 12.30pm. 3pm, 5.45pm,8.50pm. Awakenings(12) 12.15pm.2.45pm. 5.30pm. 8.30pm.

Predator2 (18) 12.35pm. 3pm. 5.45pm. 8.40pm.

Hamlet(U) 1.45pm. 5pm.8.15pm.

Highlander 2: The Duickening (15) 12.45pm.

3.15pm. 6pm. 8.50pm.

Scenes From a Mall ( 15) 1.25pm. 3.45pm. 6.15pm. 9pm.

I GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. Hillhead. 339 4298/7814. £3 (Student/U B40 £2.50; Child/OAP£1.50; lates all £3). Seats can be booked for last evening and late screenings: box office open 2—7pm.

1. Fantasia (U) 2.30pm (not Sun). 5.45pm.



Fri 3:

Gigi (PG) 2.30pm. 6pm. 8.30pm.


Singing in the Rain (PG) 2.30pm. 6pm. 8.45pm.

Sun 5:

Easter Parade (U) 2. 10pm. 6.20pm. Meet Me at St Louis (U) 4. 15pm.8.25pm.

Mon 6:

The Wizard 01 Oz (U) 2.05pm. 4.20pm. The Glenn Miller Story (PG)6. 15pm. 8.40pm.

Tue 7:

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers(U) 6.40pm. 8.50pm.

Wed 8:

Cabaret(18) 2.30pm. 5.55pm. 8.35pm. Thurs 9:

West Side Story (PG) 2.30pm. 7.50pm. See also Glasgow Lates.

I SALON Vinicombe Street. 339 4256. £3 (Student/U B40£2.5(); Child/CAP £2). Sleeping With the Enemy ( 15) 2pm. 5.30pm. 8pm.

Rose Street. 332 6535. Cafe/bar open 30 mins prior to evening shows; closes 9pm. All performances are bookable.[D]. [E]. Matinees Mon—Fri £2 (Child/OAP/Student/UB40£1). Early evening shows Sun—Fri £3 (Student/U B40 £2: Child/OAP/disabled £1.30). Main evening and Saturday shows £3.30 (Student/UB40£2.60; Child/OAP/disabled £1.70).


1. Aitira (12) 6pm. 8.30pm.

2. Golden Braid (15) 3.30pm. 6. 15pm. 8.45pm.


1. Dick Tracy (PG) 1.30pm. 3.45pm. Extramuros ( 18) 6pm. 8.30pm.

2. Days oi Hope Pts3 and 4(15)2pm. Golden Braid (15)6.15pm.8.45pm. SUNDAYS

1. Tatie Danielle (15) 6.15pm.8.45pm.

2. Expresso Bongo (PG) 6pm.

Avalon (U) 8.30pm.


% 1.TatieDanielle(15)6.15pm.8.45pm.

2. Expresso Bongo (PG) 3.30pm.

' MyFirstWile(15)6pm.

Avalon (U) 8.30pm.

TUESDAY? 1.TatieDanielle(15)6.15pm.8.45pm.

? 2.MyFirstWite(15)3.30pm. g BeaIGlrI(15)6pm.

Brest Short Film Festival (15) 8pm.


1. Women on the Verge 01 a Nervous Breakdown (15) 3.45pm. 6. 15pm. 8.45pm. 2. Avalon (U) 3. 15pm, 8.30pm.

The Bad and the Beautiful (PG) 6pm. THURSDAY 9

1. Women on the Verge ot a Nervous Breakdown (15) 6. 15pm.

Tatie Danielle (15)8.45pm.

2. The Bad and the Beautiiul (PG) 3. 15pm.

ll’s Trad Dad (U) and Pop Gear (U ) 6pm.

Avalon (U) 8.30pm.


office (1 1am—7pm) or by Visa/Access (333 m 3/Sat4;


. 4.Ham|el(U)12.15pm.2.35pm.5.20pm.

I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead

1.The Hard Way(15) 1 1 .30pm.

2. Predator2 (18) 1 1.40pm.

3. Sleeping With the Enemy(15) 11.35pm. 4. Highlander 2: the Duicltening: (15) 11.30pm.

5. Scenes From a Mall (15) 1 1 .411pm.

6. White Palace (18) 11.35pm.


1. Ben Hur(PG)11pm.

2. Casablanca (U) and The Maltese Falcon (PG) 11pm.


I CAMEO Home Street. 228 4141. [D]. Bar open Mon—Sat 6—1 1 .30pm: Sun 6—1 1pm. Performances commencing before 6pm £2.75 (£1.80); after 6pm £3.25 (no concessions). Lates and matinees £3.25 (£2.75).

Ay! Carmela ( 12) 2. 15pm (Sat only). 4.30pm (not Sun). 6.45pm. 9pm. Splendour (PG) and Cinema Paradiso (PG) Sun 5 only. 2pm.

See also Edinburgh Lates.

I CANNON Lothian Road. 229 3030. Bar: 1 lam—2.30pm. 5—10pm (Mon—Fri). Ham—10pm (Sat). 6.30—10pm (Sun). [D] cinemas 2 & 3. Pullman seats (cinema 1 only) £4; all other seats £3.30. Child £2.50 (Pullman). £2. 10. ()AP£2. 10(before 6pm).

1.The Hard Way(15) 2. 10pm. 5. 10pm. 8.10pm.

2. Dances With Wolves (12) 2pm.7. 15pm. 3. White Palace (18) 2.20pm. 5.20pm. 8.20pm.

I DOMINION Newbattle Terrace. 447 2660. Restaurant 10am—3pm. 5—1 1pm (Mon). 10am—l().30pm(Tue-Fri). lliam—noon. 2-1 lpm (Sat). Bar noon—3pm. 6—10pm (Mon—Fri): 6—10pm (Sat): 6.30-8.30pm (Sun). [1)]. Tickets £2.90 (Child/Student/UB40/()AP £2; no concessions for last evening shows Fri and Sat. or any evening shows in cinema 3).

1. Dances With Wolves ( 12) 2.30pm. 7.05pm.

2. Sleeping With The Enemy ( 15) 2. 15pm. 5.15pm. 8.15pm.

3. Green Card (12) 2pm. 5pm.8pm.

I ODEON Clerk Street. 667 7331 "668 2101. Bar 5.30—9pm. [D] screens 1.2 and 3. Dolby stereo all screens. Adults £4 (centre seats in cinema 1 ) or £3.50 (standard seats). (Child/Student/OAP/UB40 £2.75/£2.25): no concessions on final shows.

1. Sleeping With the Enemy ( 15) 1.15pm. 3.35pm. 5.55pm. 8.40pm. 2.Predalor2(18)1.10pm.3.30pm. 5.50pm. 8.35pm. 3. Highlander 2: the 0uickening(15) 1.30pm. 3.45pm. 6pm. 8.35pm.

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5. Scenes From a Mall (15) 1.45pm (not

Sat—Mon). 3.55pm. 6.05pm. 8.45pm. DuckTales (U) Sat-Mon only 1.45pm.

I UCI Craig Park. Kinnaird Road. 669 ()777. [D]. Box office open from 10am. Tickets for shows commencing before 6pm

£1.95; shows commencing after 6pm £2.95

(Child/()APsU .95). Access/Visa

bookings 669 7997 dain from 1 lam. Predalor2(18)2pm.4.20pm.6.40pm. 9.05pm.

The Hard Way(15)2.15pm.4.45pm.

7. 10pm. 9.30pm.

Sleeping With the Enemy( 15) 2.25pm. 4.35pm. 7pm. 9.20pm. . Highlander2: the Duickening(15)12.55pm-J

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