LISTINGS WEEK ONE FILM
ITopperRetums (U) (Roy del Ruth. US. 1941) Roland Young. Joan Blondell. Eddie Anderson. Dennis O'Keefe. Carole Landis. 87 mins. Slicker than the original. but with Blondell and O'Keefe asthe supernatural couple this time. A well-paced spoof on murder mysteries. with Topper (Young) solving the murder of a girl. helped out by her ghost. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I True Identity (15) (Charles Lane. US. 1991) Lenny Henry. Frank Langella.J.T. Walsh. Anne-Marie Johnson.Andreas Katsulas. 95 mins. See review. Glasgow: Odeon. Edinburgh: Odeon. UCl. Strathclyde: Odeon Ayr. Odeon Hamilton. UCl Clydebank. UCI East Kilbride. I Truly, Madly, Deeply (PG) (Anthony Minghella. UK. 1990) Juliet Stevenson. Alan Rickman. Bill Paterson. 103 mins. Nina. a young translator. thinks her life is falling apart when her lover dies. But when he returns. albeit with a cold and looking a little paler. she begins to question her previous notions of happiness. A wonderfully literate screenplay by first-time director Minghella and a faultless performance by Stevenson raise Truly. Madly. Deeply above the level of its American counterpart. Ghost. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. lTrust(15) (Hal Hartley. US. 1990) Adrienne Shelly. Martin Donovan. Merritt Nelson. 90mins. Sec preview. Glasgow: GFT. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I Uncle Buck (12) (John Hughes. US. 1989) John Candy. Amy Madigan. Gaby Hoffman. 100 mins. Hughes' prolific career as maestro of teenage angst continues unabated in this latest comic outpouring on the traumas and trivialities of growing up. Candy's Buck initially appears to be an overweight. clumsy. tactless slob. the last person you'd ask to look after your kids. but here he gets the chance to look after three of his brother's kids for the weekend. A carefully plotted and well scripted moral fable living upto the standards expected from the director of The Breakfast Club. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I The ValiantDnes (15) (King Hu. Hong Kong. 1974) Roy Chiao. Pai Ying. Hsu Feng. Zhao Lei. 106 mins. Simultaneously a piece of Ming Dynasty historiography and an innovative. fast-paced adventure story that reunites the writer/director and three of the stars from A Touch ()fZert. A team of peasants and intellectuals is assembled by a Chinese official to wage a war of strategy. not confrontation. with Sino-Japanese pirates. But the plot is really no more than an excuse for some stunning martial arts set pieces that are derived from the more abstract Peking Opera tradition. Glasgow: GFT. I Watership Down (U) (Martin Rosen. UK. 1978) With the voices ofJohn Hurt. Richard Briers. Ralph Richardson. Roy Kinnear. 92 mins. Richard Adam‘s best-seller is transformed into this pretty animation adventure that lacks most of the tension and unique viewpoint of the book. When their warren is threatened by man . a group of rabbits decide to find a new home many miles away. Remembered (unfortunately) for Art Garfunkel‘s Number One hit. ‘Bright Eyes‘. Central: MacRobert Arts Centre. I Willow (PG) (Ron Howard. US. 1988) Warwick Davis, Val Kilmer. Joanne Whalley, Jean Marsh. 126 mins. A mystery baby turns up in the land ofthe little Nelwyn people. and one of their number has to return it to the adult-sized land ofthe Daikini. but the kid turns out to be someone special. Would-be blockbusting fairtytale epic offers producer George Lucas an opportunity to refashion Star Wars in a setting straight from Tolkien. The result is not unentertaining, but we've seen it too many times before. Strathclyde: UCl East Kilbride.
Friday 13—Thursday 19
Cinemas are listed by region, then alphabetically, with commercial cinemas followed by repertory anhouses. societies and late night screenings. Times listed are ior complete programmes. which may include advertisements and trailers. [01 indicates that wheelchair access is available. though prior notification is advisable. [E] indicates the availability of an induction loop. iorthe convenience of
hearing aid users. Film Listings compiled by 'Thom Dibdin.
I CANNON Clarkston Road. Muirend. 637 2641 . £2.90 (Child/OAT) £1 .90: before 6pm all seats £1.90).
1. Thelma and Louise ( 15) 2pm (Sat only). 5pm. 8pm.
2. Soapdish ( 12) 2.35pm (Sat only). 5.35pm. 8.35pm.
I CANNON The Forge. Parkhead. 556 4282/4343. [1)]. [E] (screens 1.3 and5). Shows commencing before 5.30pm £2. 10: after 5.30pm £3.30(Child £2. 1(1).
1. Regarding Henry ( 12) 1.10pm. 3.35pm. 6.05pm. 8.40pm.
2. TenninatorZ—Judgment Day( 15) 2pm. 5.15pm.8.15pm.
3. Robin Hood: Prince 01 Thieves ( PU) 1.30pm. 5pm. 8pm.
4. Dnlythe Lonely ( 12) 1.20pm. 3.45pm. 6. 15pm. 8.45pm.
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (P0) Sat. Sunonly 1.15pm. 3.20pm
Backdralt ( 15) 1.50pm (not Sat . Sun). 5.25pm. 8.25pm.
6. Cinderella (L') Sat. Sun only 1 .25pm. Dscar(PG) 1.05 (not Sat. Sun). 3.35pm. 6.05pm. 8.35pm.
7. Edward Scissorhands (PU) Sat. Sun only 1.15pm. 3.40pm.
Dying Young (15) 1.10pm (not Sat . Sun). 3.35pm (not Sat. Sun). 6.05pm. 8.35pm. See also Glasgow Latcs.
I CANNON Sauchiehall Street. 332 1592. £3.20 (Child £2. 10; OAI’ [before 6pm] £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. Regarding Henry ( 12) 1.30pm.5. 10pm. 8.15pm.
2. Robin Hood: Prince 01 Thieves ( PG) 1.10pm. 4.20pm. 7.40pm.
4. New Jack City ( 18) 2pm. 5pm. 8.20pm. 5. Soapdish (12) 1.10pm. 3.30pm. Thelma and Louise (15)7.55pm.
I CITY CENTRE OOEON Renfield Street.
'332 8701. Licensed bar. [D] screens 2.3
and 4. £3.35 (Child/OAP£2.35 [£2.60 last 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 1am-7pm) or by Visa/Access(333 9551 ).
Terminated-Judgment Day ( 15) 1.45pm. 4.45pm. 8.15pm. DnlytheLonely(12)12.45pm.3.15pm. 5.45pm. 8.40pm.
OSCSHPG) 12.25pm. 2.50pm.5.35pm. 8.35pm.
Edward Scissorhands (PG) 2pm. 5.30pm. 8.40pm.
Pump Up The volume (15) 2. 15pm. 5.45pm. 8.45pm.
Dying Young (15) 5. 15pm. 8.30pm.
Get Back (PG) Thurs only 2. 15pm. 5.45pm. 8.45pm.
I GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. llillhead. 339 4298/7814. £3 (Student/UB40£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. Regarding Henry ( 12) 2.35pm (not Sun). 6.05pm. 8.35pm.
2. Only the Lonely ( 12) 2.30pm (not Sun). 6pm. 8.40pm.
I SALON Vinicombe Street. 339 4256. £3 (Student ’UB40£2.50; (‘hild/OAP £2). All tickets for Sunday matinees£l .50. Terminator 2 - Judgment Day ( 15 ) 2pm. 4.45pm. 7.45pm.
Rose Street. 332 6535. (‘afe bar open 30 mins prior to evening shows: closes 9pm. All performances are bookable.[l)[. [Ii]. Matinees Mon—Fri £2.60
(Child/GAP Studentvlfls40£l .30). livening shim s £3.30 ( Student. 111340 £2.60:(‘hild ()Al”disabled£l .70). (‘hildren‘s Saturday matinees £1 .30 All double bills-evening prices apply. FRIDAY 13
1. Close My Eyes ( 18) 3.30pm. o. 1 5pm. 8.45pm.
2. Maria 01 My Heart( 18)6pm.
Bathroom lntimacies ( 18) 8. 15pm. SATURDAY 14
1. Angel Dust ( 15) and Nikita (18)2pm. Close My Eyes ( 18) 6. 15pm.8.45pm.
2. Teenage Mutant Ninia Turtles ( PG) 1.30pm. 3.30pm.
Benjamin‘s Woman ( 15 ) 6pm.
Cabeza de Vaca ( 15) with Nicolas Echevarria p.a 8pm.
1. Cinema Paradise 1 PG) 5.45pm.
Close My Eyes ( 18) 8.45pm.
2. Cabeza de Vaca(15)opm.
Bathroom lntimacies ( 18) 8. 15pm. MONDAY 16
1. Cinema Paradisou’G) 3.15pm.5.45pm. Close My Eyes ( 18)8.45pm.
2. Matinee ( 18)6pm.
Donna Herlinda and Her Son ( 18) 8. 15pm. TUESDAY 17
1. The Russia House (15) 3. 15pm.5.45pm. Close My Eyes ( 18) 8.45pm.
2. Dog‘s Birthday ( 18) 6pm.
Alterthe Storm ( 15)8. 15pm. WEDNESDAY 18
1. The Russia House ( 15) 3. 15pm . 5.45pm. Close My Eyes( 18) 8.45pm.
2. Better Days Ahead ( 15) 6pm.
Subwayto The Stars ( 15) 8. 15pm. THURSDAY 19
1. Close My Eyes ( l8) 3.30pm.6. 15pm. 8.45pm.
2. Scoundrel Love ( 15)6pm.
Confession to Laura ( 15)8.15pm.
Fri 13/Sat 14:
I CANNON The Forge. l’arkhead 1. Regarding Henry(12)11.35pm. 2. Terminator 2 -JudgmentDay(15) 11.30pm.
3. Robin Hood: Prince 01 Thieves (P(})Sat only 11.15pm.
4. Dnlythe Lonely112) 11.35pm. 5.Backdrait(15) 11.20pm 6.0scar(1’(3)Satonly 11.45pm
7. Dying Young ( 15) Sat only 1 1 .40pm. I GHOSVENOR Ashton Lane
No late shows until October.
I CAMEO Home Street. 2284141 . [D]. Bar open Mon—Sato—l 1.30pm; Sun 6—11pm. Performances commencing before 6pm
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