I W liege (18) (Quentin Tarantino. US. 1992) Harvey Keitel. Tim Roth. Michael Madsen. 100 mins. A gang of hoods. known only to each other by colour-coded nicknames. meets at an abandoned warehouse to ﬁgure how out their rigorously planned heist went so drastically wrong. The best debut in years from writer-director Tarantino. whose stylish violence seduces the audience into complicity. Brilliant in every sense of the word. Glasgow: Odeon. Edinburgh: Odeon. I Scent of a m (15) (Martin Brest. US. 1992) Al Pacino. Chris O'Donnell. James Rebhom. 156 mins. A blind. alcoholic ex- serviceman and a scholarship college boy spend Thanksgiving Weekend in New York and ﬁnd themselves in a series of funny and moving adventures which ﬁnally lead them to come to terms with their true selves. Overlong in its opening and closing scenes. this is still one terriﬁc movie. with what is possibly Pacino's best performance in a distinguished career. Glasgow: GFT. I Singles (12) (Cameron Crowe. US. 1992) Bridget Fonda. Campbell Scott. Kyra Sedgwick. Matt Dillon. 90 mins. The way it's been sold you'd think it was some total guitar hardcore odyssey vibe. but in fact it's a honey-coated romance that just happens to take place in Seattle. There‘s a high recognition factor for twentysomethings in the audience as they watch the ensemble cast ﬁnd its way around misdirected crushes. parties from hell and crap gigs. Watch your life flash before you. Central: MacRobert. I St. W83 (PG) (Gorge Lucas. US. 1977) Mark Hamill. Carrie Fisher. Harrison Ford. Alec Guinness. 121 mins. A long time ago in a galaxy far away. a band of young heroes ﬁght to rescue a princess and save her planet from destruction. Hugely inﬂuential and successful space epic: a modern fairytale with laser swords. Glasgow: Odeon.
I Super Idarie Ins (PG) (Rocky Morton/Annabel Jankel. US. 1993) Bob Hoskins. John Leguizamo. Dennis Hopper. 105 mins. The ﬁlm of the video game featuring Italian pipe-menders plumbs new and tedious depths. In a parallel world. they try to rescue a princess from a lizard-like baddie. but our heroes are lost in over—designed sets and variable special effects. More holes than a drain-cover. Strathclyde: Odeon Ayr. All UCls.
IT WMWNPGHStuan Gillard. US. 1992) Elias Koteas. Paige Turco. Stuart Wilson. Another Turtles movie! A prospect as appealing as a pizza slice reheated for the third time. This time. they're back in 17th century Japan in order to save April. Fresh locations won’t stall the diminishing returns as kid's fadish attentions have turned elsewhere. In
cinemas. those turtles are going to squashed under the dinosaurs feet. ninja skills or not. General release.
I The W (15) (George Sluizer. US. 1993) Jeff Bridges. Kiefer Sutherland. Nancy Travis. 110 mins. Throwing subsequent credibility out of the window. Dutch director Sluiaer goes to Hollywood to remake his own classic. but agrees to a screenplay that removes all of the subtleties of his original chiller. Boyfriend searches for girlfriend who disappeared at shopping centre. only to come into contact with abductor - that much is the same. but one can only compare the disasterous American decisions with the elements that made them want to do it again in the ﬁrst place. Glasgow: Odeon.
a straight reptile vs reptile battle in the summer
Friday 20-Thursday 26
Readers are advised that programmes may be subject to late change at any time. [1!] indicates that wheelchair access is available, though prior notification is advisable. [E] Indicates the availability of an Induction loop, for the convenience of hearing aid users. Film listings compiled by Thom liibdln.
I CANNON Clarkston Road. Muirend. 637 2641. £2 (Child/OAP £1.50; before 6pm all seats £1.50).
1. Made In America (12) 3.15pm (Sat only). 5.45pm. 8.35pm.
2. Jurassic Park (PG) 2.50pm (Sat only), 5.35pm, 8.25pm.
I CITY CENTRE ODEDN Renﬁeld Street. 332 3413/8701. Bar. [D] screens 2. 3 and 4. Adults £3.80, £4. £4.50 (£3. £4. £4.50 before 6pm) Child/OAP £2.50; Student/U840 £3 (£3.80 after 6pm Fri/Sat) Advance booking available from box ofﬁce (11am—7pm). Same day credit card booking: 333 9551 Ham-6.30pm. Hot Shots! Part lieu: (12) 1.15pm.
3.45 m. 6.15pm. 9pm & late.
The Banishing (15) 1.15pm (not Sat/Sun). 3.45pm (not Sat/Sun). 6.15pm. 8.45pm. 88an (U) Sat/Sun only. 12.15pm. 2.15pm. 4.15pm.
Reservoir Dogs (18) not Sun. 1.30pm.
4pm. 6.30pm. 9pm.
last Action Hero (15) 2pm. 5.30pm, 8.30pm.
Cliffhanger (15) 12.30pm. 3.15pm.6pm. 8.45pm.
Indecent Proposal (15) 2.15pm (not Sat/Sun). 5.45pm, 8.3 m.
Teenage Mutant ilinia urtles 3 (PG) Sat/Sun only. 1.15pm. 3.30pm.
Star Wars (U) Sun only. 12.30pm. 3.15pm, 6pm, 8.45pm.
See also Glasgow Lates.
I GROSVENOII Ashton Lane. Hillhead. 339 4298. £3.20 (Student/U B40 £2.50; Child/OAP £1.60; lates. all £3.20). Shows commencing before 5.30pm £2 (all concs £1.60). Seats can now be booked for last evening and late screenings: the box ofﬁce is open 2—7pm.
1. Made In America (12) 2.10pm. 5.10pm. 8.10pm.
2. Jurassic Park (PG) 2pm. 5pm. 8pm. See also Glas ow Lates.
I MGM ENTRE Sauchiehall Street. 332 1592/9513. Two bars. £3.80 (Child £2.20; OAP [before 6pm Mon-Fri] £2.20). All tickets for shows in brackets £2.20 (not Sat, Sun).
Jurassic Park (PG) (1.10pm). 5.30pm. 8.20pm.
Made In America ( 12) 1.05pm (3.3m) 5.55pm, 8.25pm.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1993
The Featherstonehaughs Gandini juggling Project Liz Ranken & Alan Scott-Moncrieff
The Mark Baldwin Dance Company The Re-Animators Ricochet Dance Co Streets & Rivers Dance Company Theatre du Pif
Trestle Theatre Company
"The best movement-based programme to be seen on the Fringe for a decade." THE LIST
St. Brides Centre l0 Orwell Terrace
Haymarket Edinburgh EHII ZDY
TmMOVEMENT ; eox orrrce
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