housekeeper Odile proves to be far from charming. particularly after her relations decide to move her with them to Paris. Once there. her malicious ways grind their innate bourgeois decency to powder. until she meets her nemesis. . . 1t alisounds rather enjoyable. and Chelton's performance in the title role is ajoyous creation. but a sadly predictable and underwrought structure take the bite out ofa promising-looking satire from the director of Life Is A Long QuietRiver. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (PG) (Michael Pressman. US. 1991) Paige Turco. David Warner. Ernie Reyeer. 87 mins. A quick return for the original shell-suits. although with less plot and less violence than the original. The evil Shredder has decided to grow a couple of mutants ofhis own. and it seems thatonly our four adolescent amphibians can save the day with the odd pizza reference and a truly dire ‘Ninja Rap‘ (with the painfully embarrassing Vanilla Ice). Time to hang up those shells. dudes. Glasgow: Cannon The Forge. Odeon. Edinburgh: Odeon. ‘ UCI. Strathclyde: Odeon Ayr. UCI Clydebank.UC1 East Kilbride.WMR Film Centre. ITenninalor 2: Judgement Day ( 15) (James Cameron. US. 1991) Arnold Swarzenegger. Linda Hamilton. Edward Furlong. Robert Patrick. 136 mins. The most expensive film ever made. In a reprogrammed role that says much about his changed image since the first movie. Arnie becomes the underdog fightingto protect mother and child from another more advanced cyborg. With an element of uncontrived human compassion lurking throughout the gloriously expensive action sequences. as Swarzenegger‘s cyborg develops human feelings. this is more than just a $100 million fairground ride. Glasgow: Cannon Clarkston Road. Cannon The Forge. Odeon. Salon. Edinburgh: Odeon. UC1.Centra1: Allanpark. Cannon. Strathclyde: Cannon. Kelburne. Odeon Ayr. Odeon Hamilton. La Scala. UCI Clydebank. UCI East Kilbride. I Thelma a Louise (15) (Ridley Scott. US. 1991) Susan Sarandon. Geena Davis. Harvey Keitel. Michael Madsen. 129 mins. The buddy/road movie genres are turned on their heads as Sarandon and Davis grasp the steering wheel and head offleaving a trail ofmurder and mayhem in their wake. On one level. the film isthe critical catalyst that had the feminists cheering and put the stars on the coverof Time magazine; just as importantly. it's an accessible piece ofentertainment with excellent central performances. Glasgow: Cannon Sauchichall Street. I Trop Belle PourToll Too BeautifulFor You/(l8) (Bertrand Blier. France. 1989) Gerard Dcpardieu. Josiane Balasko. Carole Bouquet. 91 mins. Massive French hit offers a characteristic twist on the old eternal threesome scenario. Depardieu plays the succesful owner of a car showroom. envied by all for his beautiful wife (Bouquet). who falls in love with his dumpy secretary (Balasko). A film of commendable openness about the needs of the senses and men‘s facility for emotional expression. its true achievement is how it turns the stuffof farce into an intense hybrid ofwistful comedy and romantic passion. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. ITnily. Madly. Deeply (PG) (Anthony Minghella. UK. 1990) Juliet Stevenson. Alan Rickman. Bill Paterson. 103 mins. See preview. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I The Twelve Tasks ol Asterix (U) (Rene Goscinny & Alberto Uderzo. France. 1975) English version with the voices of George Baker. Sean Barrett. John Ringham. Barbara Mitchell. 82 mins. Further animated adventures ofthe plucky little Gallic warrior. who undertakes a dozen Herculean labours imposed by Caesar. aided. as always. by
Getafix‘s magic potions. Enjoyable
, sequence in the Madhouse of
Bureaucracy. Glasgow: GF'I‘.
I Where Angels Fear To Tread (PG)
(Charles Sturridgc. CK. 1991) lielcn Mirren. Helena Bonham Carter. Judy Davis. Rupert Graves. 113 mins. On a
journey to Italy with her young companion :
Caroline (Bonham Carter). recently widowed Lilia Herriton (Mirren) falls in love with an impoverished Italian. but dies giving birth to his child. Family troubles ensue as 1 lerriton's mother tries to bring the baby back to England. This latest
' EM. Forster adaptation is basically
nothing tnore titan Room Hit/1A View- Part 5. Glasgow; (irosvenor.
. I White Palace (18) (Luis Mandoki. US.
1990) Susan Sarandon. James Spader. Kathy Bates. Jason Alexander. 102 mins. Comedy-romance which begins a St Louis diner. where Jewish yuppie Spader
' (familiar but successful casting) meets
‘ older fast-food waitress Sarandon. An
' unlikely. cross-class affair ensues. which 5 allows Mandoki not only to indulge iii a
' predictable but stickily enjoyable love
1 story. but also provides the backdrop for
obsc rvant. witty satire on the largely ignored LTS class system. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.
I The Wicker Man ( 18) (Robin Hardy. UK. 1973) Edward Woodward. Britt Ekland. Diane Cilento. Ingrid Pitt. Christopher Lee. 102 mins. A devoutlyceiibate policeman (Woodward) arrives at a remote Scottish island to investigate a schoolgirl disappearance and becomes
WEEK ONE Friday 3D—Thursday 5
Cinemas are listed by region. then alphabetically, with commercial cinemas followed 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 notilication is advisable. [E] indicates the availability olan induction loop, lor the convenience of hearing aid users. Film Listings compiled by Sue Wilson.
1 GLASGOW CINEMAS
involved in local pagan rituals. A Hammer 3
classic. with some extremely scary and erotic moments. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah. CS. 1969) William Holden. Ernest Borgninc. Robert Ryan. 145 mins. The bloody but emotionally sensitive tale of a battle tothe death between rough-riding Texans and Mexican revolutionaries. A classic and highly influential Western. which createsa paradoxical beauty from explicitly violent ingredients. Glasgow: GET.
I Wild Al Heart ( 18) (David Lynch. US. 1990) Nicholas Cage. Laura Dern. Diane Ladd. Willem Dafoe. 127 mins. Lynch‘s much-hyped Cannes prize-winner turns out to be weird and wondrous in itsown way. if not quite as cohesive as the earlier Blue Velvet. Cage and Dern are the energetic young lovers on the run. pursued by ultrastrange hitman Dafoe on a sometimes comic. sometimes disturbing. trail towards the ultimate rendezvous with Elvis and the Wizard of Oz. Aside from lovingly detailing the pernicious influence
of pop kitsch upon our very consciousness
however. the movie isn't really about anything. even if it is a helluva trip. Edinburgh: Cameo.
I The Wizard Ol 02 (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 tip into a magical land where her adventures teach herthat happiness is to be found in her own back yard. Classic stuffindecd. just chockfulof great songs. characterisation and memorably garish design. Perhaps marginally less enjoyable for the curmudgeonly element rooting for the Wicked Witch OfThe West though. Strathclyde: UCI East Kilbride.
I Young Soul Rebels ( 18) ( IsaacJulien. UK. 1991) Valentine .\'onyela. Mo Sesay. Dorian Healy. Frances Barber. 105 mins. Part buddy movie. part murder story. part socio-political tapestry. Julien‘s film follows the fortunes of two black friends who run a pirate radio station and who are investigating the death of a young. gay friend. Meanwhile the long. hot summer of 1977 and the jingoistic fervour ofthe Silver Jubilee look set to bring racial tensions to a violent head. A welcome sign of life in an ailing British film industry. Glasgow: GFI‘. Edinburgh: Cameo.
I CANNON Clarkston Road. Muirend.637 2641 . £2.90 (Child/OAP£1.90: before 6pm all seats£1.90).
1. Terminator 2-Judgment Day( 15) 1.50pm (Sat only). 4.50pm. 7.50pm.
2. Edward Scissorhands (PG) 2.25pm (Sat only). 5.25pm. 8.25pm.
I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead. 556 4282/4343. [D]. [E] (screens 1.3 and5). Shows commencing before 5.30pm £2.10; after5.30pm £3.30 (Child £2. 10). NewJackClty(18)1.45.pm.5.45pm. 8.50pm.
Teenage Mutant Ninia Turtles 2 (PG) Fri—Sun only 1.10pm. 3.15pm. TennlnatorZ-Judgment Day ( 15) (two screens) 1.25pm. 2.15pm (notFri—Sun) 4.35. 5.35. 7.45. 8.35.
Soapdish ( 12) 1.10pm. 3.20pm.
Backdralt ( 15) 5.35pm. 8.25pm.
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (PG) 1.30pm. 5pm. 8.05pm.
Edward Scissorhands (PG) Fri—Sun only 1.15pm. 3.40pm.
Dying Young (15) 1.10pm (not Fri—Sun). 3.35 (not Fri—Sun). 6.05pm. 8.30pm. Cinderella (U) 1.15pm Fri—Sun only. Pump Upthe Volume(15)1.10pm(not Fri—Sun). 3.25pm. 5.50pm. 8.40pm.
See also Glasgow Latcs.
I CANNON Sauchichall Street. 332 1592. £3.20(Child £2.10; OAP [beforc6pm] £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. New Jack City(18) 2pm. 5pm.8.20pm. 2. Robin Hood: Prince oiThieves (PG) 1.10pm. 4.20pm. 7.40pm.
3. Backdralt (15) 1.15pm. 4.25pm. 7.50pm. 4.Soapdish(12)1.10pm.3.30pm.5.55pm. 8.30pm.
5. Naked Gun 2‘/&(12)2pm. 5. 15pm. Thelma and Louise (15) 7.55pm.
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/U B40 £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 office (1 lam—7pm) or by Visa/Access (333 9551).
TerminatorZ-JudgmentDay ( 15) 1pm. 4.30pm. 8. 15pm.
Rocketeer (PG) 2. 15pm.
Alice (12) 5. 15pm.8. 10pm.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (PG) 12.45pm. 3pm.
The Silence of the Lambs (18) 5.30pm. 8.30pm.
Dying Young ( 15) 2pm. 5. 15pm. 8.30pm. Edward Scissorhands (PG) 12.30pm. 3pm. 5.30pm. 8.40pm.
Pump Up the Volume (15) 12.45pm. 3.15pm. 5.45pm. 8.45pm.
I GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. Hillhead. 339 4298/7814. £3 (StudentL‘B40£2.50: Child/OAP £1.50; lates all £3). Seats can now be booked for last evening and late screenings: the box office is open 2~7pm. 1. Dying Young ( 15) 2.30pm (not Sun). 6pm. 8.30pm.
2. Dackdralt ( 15) 2.30pm (not Sun). 5.20pm. 8.05pm.
I SALON Vinicombe Street. 3394256. £3
(Student/UB40£2.50; Child. OAP £2). All tickets for Sunday matinees £1.50. TerminatorZ-Judgment Day ( 15 ) 2pm.
Rose Street. 3326535. Cafe bar open 30 mins prior to evening shows; closcs9pm.
All performances are bookable.[1)].
Matinees Mon—Fri £2 (Child. OAP Student L'B40£1). Early evening shows Sun—Fri £3 (Student/[1840
£2: Child/0AP/disabled £1.30). Main
evening and Saturday shows £3.30 (Student/UB40£2.60;
Child. OAP disabled £1 .70).
1. Young Soul Rebels ( 18) 4pm. 6.30pm. 8.45pm.
2. The Captive oi The Desert ( 15) 3.30pm. 6pm. 8.30pm.
1. Angel olVengeance ( l8) and The Honeymoon Killers ( 18) 2pm.
Young Soul Rebels ( 18) 6.30pm. 8.45pm. 2. The Never Ending Story ( U) 1.30pm. 3.30pm.
The Captive ol the Desert ( 15) 6pm. 8. 15pm. SUNDAY1
1. Everybody's Flne(12)5.45pm.8.3()pm. 2. Dances With Wolves ( 12) 7.30pm. MDNDAYZ
1. Everybody’s Fine (12)5.45pm.8.30pm. 2. Dances With Wolves ( 12) 2.30pm. 7.30pm.
1. Guilty By Suspicion (15)6.15pm. Everybody's Fine (12) 8.30pm.
2. Dances With Wolves ( 12) 2.30pm. Looking For Langston ( 18 ) and The Passion of Remembrance ( 15) 6pm.
TUC Special Event 8.45pm. WEDNESDAH
1. Guilty Dy Suspicion (1513.3(1pm. 6.15pm.
Everybody's Fine (12)8.3()pm.
2. Looking For Langston ( 15) and The Passion ol Remembrance ( 15 ) 3. 15pm. The Lady From The Shanghai Cinema (15)
Aklra (12) 8.45pm.
1. Everybody's Fine ( 12) 5.45pm. 8.30pm. 2.AItit8 (12)3.15pm.
Home (PG) 5.45pm.
I The Lady From The Shanghai Cinema 1 15)
Fri 30/831 31:
I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead
New Jack City ( 18) 11.40pm. TerminatorZ-Judgment Day( 15) (two screens) 10.45pm. 11.35pm. Backdralt(15) 11.20pm.
Robin Hood: Prince oiThieves (PG ) Sat only 11.15pm.
Dying Young (15) Sat only 1 1 .40pm. Pump Up the Volume ( 15) Sat only 11.25pm.
I GROSVENOR Ashton Lane
No late shows until October.
I CAMEO Home Street. 228 4141. Bar open Mon—Sat6—1 1.30pm; Sun 6—11pm. Performances commencing before 6pm £2.75 (£1.80); after6pm £3.25 (no concessions). Lates and matinees £3.25 (£2.75).
1. Prospero's Books(15) 1.05pm (not Sun). 3.40pm (not Sun). 6. 15pm. 8.50pm.
2. Young Soul Rebels ( l8) 2. 15pm.4.35pm. 6.55pm. 9. 15pm.
28 The List 30 August — 12 September 1991