The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on November 1, 1985 · 16
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Movies B4 THE EVENING SUN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1985 Marilyn Monroe lookalike shines in xDance with a Stranger' Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in England. That was in 1955, when Marilyn Monroe was queen of the screen. Ellis was a Monroe lookalike. Hostess at a London night club, she was what they called "fast" in those days. She was brassy, looked cheap and had a somewhat sordid past. Miranda Richardson, new to the screen, plays Ellis in "Dance With a Stranger," and she is the best thing about this film. Mike Newell directed, and Shelagh Delaney directed. It is obvious that they are sympathetic to their "heroine," but the script is not all that tight Characterization is incomplete. Granted, Ellis was a complicated woman, but here, she is more than that. When she is pursued by Rupert Everett, a young man "above her station," she treats him with derision, then indifference. In time, she is desperately in love with him, and while he seems to love her, appears to be hooked on her, he treats her badly. This much is clear, but Everett's behavior is never that direct. Nor is hers. If she is desperately in love with him, the script doesn't make this clear, and when she begins to hound him, then shoots him to death, it seems almost surprising. Much of this confusion may be traced to the dialect. Richardson is not all that easy to understand. This is one of those English films that can use subtitles, and yet, the movie is well worth seeing, if only for the performance of Richardson, who might easily pass for Monroe. David Blakely is Everett, and Ian Kolm is Desmond Cussen, Ellis' good friend and would-be lover. Like the man in "Of Human Bondage," he is tied to this woman. She doesn't love him and she uses him, but he is always there, hoping for some demonstration of concern. They do have sex, but it means very little to Ellis. She is in love with another man. "Dance With a Stranger" is very authentic in period decor. If it isn't always lucid, if we don't always know why Ellis and her lover behave as they do, the film is always interesting, largely because it is based on fact. "Dance With a Stranger" opens today at the Charles. "To Live and Die in L.A." is one of those films that moves to a very fast beat. The sound track throbs, and so does the movie, and if there are times when the script seems to fall apart, the action is so fast, the movement so furious, that one hardly cares. "A TOTAL DELIGHT..."' Re Reed NEW YORK POST THE GOW MUTT BE 44 th WK IN BALTO l EXCLUSIVE! 1 . MINIFLICK ! PiUHim-Ei MS -653 1177 ( TUESDAY ALL SEATS $ 1 RE-ANIMATOR (under i8 not admitted) 1 1 i30-l,13-3-4i4y6:3M:1S-10 DEATH WISH III 11 :30-l ,30-3,30-5130-7 ,30-9:30 Fri. 4 Sot. Midnight A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST. 2 11,12:45-4.3l6;15o-9,45 Fri. . Sot. Midword BACK TO THE FUTURE 1 0:41 2:55-3:05-5: 1 5-7:25-9:35 PG TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. 10:45-1 -3:1 5-5:30-7:45-10 Allot 11 Midniahl DEATH WISH III A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST. 2 ' ROCKY HORROR SHOW ' Lou Cedrone "To Live and Die in L.A." was directed by William Friedkin, the man who directed the 1971 "French Connection." "The French Connection" won the Academy Award for best film of the year. It also won Gene Hackman an Oscar for best actor. It had those distinctions and another it included a car chase that gave birth to a cycle of similar chases in the dozens of films that imitated it. Friedkin tries to repeat that excitement in the new film and almost manages to pull it off. The car chase isn't as exciting as the first, but the director gives a very tired gimmick new life. He also gives some very "Dance With a Stranger" Based on the life and death of Ruth Ellis, a London nightclub hostess who was hanged for the murder of her better-born lover. CAST: Miranda Richardson, David Blakeley, Ian Holm, Matthew Carroll DIRECTOR: Mike Newell RATING: R (violence, sex, nudity and language) RUNNING TIME: 102 minutes "To Live and Die in L.A." kit A cops-and-criminals melodrama in which the cops are willing to bend the law to nab their quarry. CAST: William Petersen, Willem Daf-oe, John Pankow DIRECTOR: William Friedkin RATING: R (violence, sex, nudity, lan guage) RUNI "Go and See" k-k A Russian film that remembers the genocidal program pursued by the Germans during World War II. CAST: Alexei Kravchenko, Olga Mi-ronova DIRECTOR: Elem Klimov NO RATING (violence) RUNNING TIME: 146 minutes NING TIME: 100 minutes tired material new life. His "protagonists" are Los Angeles detectives who bend the law in order to nab a counterfeiter. They are not altogether lovely people. They may have been hired to protect the public against criminals, but they are human too, a little too human. The film opens with a fascinating demonstration of the art of counterfeiting, then never slacks. It travels along with increasing speed, taking the audience with it. True, there are times when we don't know who is shooting whom or why the principals are behaving as they are, but the EVERY MONTH, WHENEVER THE MOON WAS FULL... IT CAME BACK. i ilVEIl BULLET HE MAKES EVIL AN EVENT DINO D LAURGNTIIS PRESENTS STEPHEN KING S SILVER BULLET GARY BUSEY EVERETT McGILL COREY HAIM MUSIC BY JAY CHATTAWAY BASED ON THE NOVELETTE "CYCLE OF THE WEREWOLF" BY STEPHEN KING SCREENPLAY BY STEPHEN KING PRODUCED BY MARTHA SCHUMACHER jRtv A PARAMOUN I PIC 1 UHfc W m STEPHEN KING S DIRECTED PY DANIEL ATTIAS HOLLYWOOD Arbutus, Md -242 1188 NOW PLAYING! 5 STAR CINEMAS RliltWR Rd Plaza 358-0500 RITCHIE CINEMA Ritchie Hwy at Ordnance Rd 768 3440 NORTHPOINT PLAZA Northpt nr Merrltt E 40 288 9294 EDGEWATER Pulaski Hwy. . Edgewood 679-9494 Y0RKRIDGE 4 York and Ridgely Rd 252-2256 "DAZZLING. Three of the year's best performances make Agnes' soar. . . a mov ie that pulsates with dramatic urgency." William Wolf, GANNETT NEWS SERVICE zA&iesof Go(L PG-13 fULAiJ THt SlCHa Ml) PUMtPMtlUHUlSl IJ I: I. I H SENATOR York Rd.Belvedere 435-8338 rjj NOW PLAYING WESTVIEW CINEMA 6000 Balto Nil Pike Ex 1 5W 747-3800 rxii5 "HIGHLY ENJOYABLE! TIME MAGAZINE, Richard Shickel "A true black comedy, 'After Hours' is a great movie!" - AT THE MOVIES, Roger EbertGene Siskel R 9 AGEFFENCOWMNY RF LEASE The movie to s TIM0NIUM CINEMA York Rd Opp Fair Grounds 252-2202 SECURITY MALL CINEMA Beltway Exit 17 265-6911 Today's movies CALL THEATRES TO CONFIRM FEATURES ft SHOW TIMES. APEX 1 10 $. Broadway -Come Softly (X); Oriental Mm sage IX) Opens 12 UTMOtt HUH POtUM - BahWo Museum Of Art Knife In The Htad 8 p.m. BELTWAY PLAZA Twim-7636 Mair Id. 1 Pet Wm'i Kg Adventure (PG) Eve,- He Man (F) Mat. 2 brvmion U.S.A. (P.) Eve,- Big Bird (G) Mat. BOULEVARD 1 Krvsh Groove (R) MS, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 2 Commando III) 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45. 9:45 CAMPUS Ht!5 CINEMAS 1 Re-Animator (NR) 7:30, 9:30 2 Back To The Future (PG) 7:40, 9:50 CARTON - Dvnddk - Country Girti (XXX) Bonn 2nd Feature (XXX) Storh 12:15 CAMOU TWIN CINEMA -W, 1-Teen Wolf (PG) 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 2-Swett Dream (PG-13) 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 3 Joshua (Rl 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45, 9:45 HARFORD MALI ONHWU l-Jagoed Edge (R) 7:30, 9:30 Vi Niglttrnore ON Elm HARUNDALE ONEMA i ON Elm St. 2 (R) 7:15, 9:15 -Dance Wit A Stronger Matinee't Saturday 4 Sunday only. 1 Better Off Dead (PG) 7:15, 9:15 2 Bock To The Future (PG) 7:10, 9:25 CARtOUTOWNI TWM OMEMA-Sykeevile MoNneei Sat 4 Sun 1-Commando (R) 7:20, 9:15 2-Nigrrtmore On Elm Street 2 (R) 7:40, 9:30 CARROUWOOD TWM ONEMA Middle River Aid. Mafinwi Sol & Sun 1-St. Elmo'i Fire (R) 7:10. 9:15 2-rriglit Nignt (R) 7:30, 9:30 CHAIUB-1711 N. Chart St. D 7:25. 9:35 CHURCH LANE-9950 York Rood-Ghostbusters (PG) 7 JO; Fright Night (R) 9:40 COLUMBIA CM. Route 29 l -Nightmore On Ekn Street (R) 1:45, 3:45. 5:45 , 7 45, Ml 2-To Live 4 Die ei LA. (R) 2:15. 4:30, 7, 9 20 3 Krus Groove (R) 2, 4, 6. t, 10 EAUf lle Rd.-LValRxrtlers (XXX) Bonn 2nd Feature (XXX) Starh 1 EASTPOtT CM Annaesta 1-De Wish 3 (R) 7 30. 9:15 2 To live 4 fe ki LA (R) 7:15, 9:20 EDGEWATER TWM ONEMA t Moliwvs Sot & Sun ! -Commando (R) 7:30, 9:20, 11 2-SrTver Bute! (R) 7:15, 9:10, 11:05 1 Back To The Future IPG) 2. 4:15. 7. 9:15 2 Belter OH Deod (PG) 1:45. 3:35, 5:25 7:20, 9.30 HAVRE DE GRACE -Invouon U.S. A (R) 7; starts 9:00 Halloween (R), Friday 13IM (R); Evil Dead NRT HIUENDALE TWINS 1045 Tenter An. -Rmo WTIIioms Adventure Beams (PG-13) 7:20, 9:30 2 Deo With 3 (R) 7:30, 9:30 HIPPODROME To live 4 Die in LA. (R), Cot's Eye (R) start! 12 HOLLYWOOD TWM ONEMA - Arbutus Md - Matineei Sot & Sun 1 Pee Wee's Big Adventure (PG) 7:20, 9:10 2 Silver Bullet (R) 7:30, 9:25 HOWARD 113 N. Howard St.-Oowd For Repars JOPPATOWNE-Boys Next Door (R) 7:30, 9:30 JUMPERS MAU- 1-Teen WoM (PG) 8, 10 2 Commando (R) 8. 10 3 jogged Edge (R) 7:40, 9:40 4-Nighlmare On Ekn Street 2 (R) 7:30, 9:30 5 Remo William Adventure Begin (PG-13) 7:40, 9:55 0 Death Wiih 3 BE 7:45, 9,4." 3-Nightmare on Ekn Street -2 (R) 11:15, 1, 2:45, 4:30. 6:15, 8, 9:45, 12 mid 4-Bock To The Future (PG) 10:45, 12:55, 305, 5:15, 7:25, 9:35 5-To Live 4 Die In LA. (R) 10:45, 1, 3:15, 5.30, 7,45, 10 NEW (Crash Groove k Purple Rain (R); start! 12 Noon NEW CARVER 1429 Pen no. Av.-Col Theater NORTH POINT PLAZA 4 1 -Krush Groove (R) 2:15, 4:40, 7:20, 9:30 2-SKvf Bullet (R) 2:30, 4J0, 7:30, 9:40 3-Boy Next Door (R) 2, 4:20, 7:15, 9:15 4 Commando (R) 2:30, 4:50, 7:30, 9:45 140 VILLAGE MOVRB-Rte. 140, Wertmntter 1 -Jagged Edge (R) Mat,- Death Wnh III (R) Ex. 2 Silver Bullet (R) Eve.: Big Bird (G) Mat. PARK-lexington Pork -Death Wah 3 (R) PATTERSON Eaetern Ave. 1 -Death Wah 3 (R) 1:30. 3:30, 5:30, 7 JO, 9:30 2-Jagged Edge (J) 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7 JO, 9.30 PEERING PLAZA Tewton 1 -Commando (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9 JO 2 St. Ekno'! Fire (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 PLAY HOUSE -Closed for Renovations PLAZA-lexingten Park - rghtmore Qn Ekn Street 2 (R) PIA1A AH 1 Jagged I Wl Agnes . id Edo (R) 7:20, 9:15 I Of God (PG-13) 7:25, 9:15 KB t 1-1 7 Sweet Dream, (PG-13) 7J5, 9.-40 -Nightmare On Elm Street 2 (R) 12:25. 2:10. 3:55. 5:40. Ml, Y.JU, 11:2V 2-Krush Groove (R) 12, 1:55, 3 JO, 5:45, 7:50, 9:50, 11:50 3-Comrnondo (R) 12:30, 2:15, 4. 5 45. 7:45, 9:40, 11:35 4 Back To The Future (PG) 12:50, 3, 5:10, 7:30, 9:45, 12 UBERTY Liberty A CM Court 1 -Fright Night (R) 9:45; GhosrWers (PG) 7:45 2-Remo wjkarm Adv Begin, (PG-13) 7:30, 9.30 LITTLE X-N. Howard St. The Young Like R Hot (XXX); Peaches 4 Cream IXXXi. Games Women Ploy (XXX) MAYFAIR N Howard St -Re-Ammotor (NR); I do (Rlrtort! 12 Noon MeNkSl ICX FittfirtejW l-Hot Target (R) 7:40, 9:45 2-Godl Msat Be Crary (PG) 7:30, 9:40 MOVIES Golden Ring Mol (NR) 11:30, 1:15, 9, 4:45, 6:30, 8:15. 10: 1 ReAremoror (NR) lodry Horror (R) 12 mid I -Deo Wah HI (R) 11 JO 1:30. 3 30, 5 30 7 JO, 9-30 RANDAUSTOWN - Liberty Plena Shop. Or. 1 Detk Wah 3 (R) 7:30. 9 30 2 Boy, Next DoorJR) 7:45, 9:45 RBSTER5TOWN PLAZA 5-STAR -6764 Relet. Rd si -Commando (R) 2, 6, 10; Silver BuRet (R) 4, 8 2-To Live & Die In LA. (R) I, 3:15, 5J0, 745, 10 3-Nigntriiare on Ekn Street 2 (R) 1:45, 3M. M5. 7AS. 9:45 4-ReAremotor (NR) 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30. 9 JO 5-Jogged Edge (R) 1, 3:10. 5:20, 7:30, 9:43 RBSTERSTOWN TWM - 6512 Reirtentewn Rd. 6-Krvah Groov. (R) 12:30. 2:30, 4J0, 6:30, 8:30, IO.30 7-Back To The Future (PG) 1, 3:15. 5J0. IM, 10 RITCHIE CMEMAS New Ordinance R . si To Live e Die In LA. (R) 7 30, 930 2-SHvr Bullet (R) 8, 10 3-Knah Groove (Rl 7,45, 945 ROTUNDA 40th St. A Reewick Rd. si-Jogged Edge (R) 1. 3:15, 5:30. 7,43. 10 2-Ka, ol tne Spider Woman (RY2. 4:30, 7.X. 9J0 SECURITY MAU UN' MAS - 4901 Security Btvd I-Krud. Gr m (R) 1 JO, 3:30, 5:30, 7 JO, 9 JO 2-Aher Hour! (R) M. 345, 5:45, 745, 945 3-CommamJo (R) 2. 4, 6. 8, 10 4 A Nightmore On Ekn St. Pt. 2 1:50. 3 JO, 5:50, 7.50, 950 SENATOR - York Rd. 4 Bewedxri - Agnes Of God (PG-13) 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 STRANG 1 film is nothing if not fast, and if you are willing to settle for that, if you are willing to look beyond the inconsistencies, you're likely to enjoy the film. It's hard. It is also very ugly at times, but dull, it is not. William Petersen, Willem Dafoe and John Pankow are the principal actors. Petersen and Dafoe are new faces but faces we are likely to see again. "To Live and Die in L.A." opens today at area theaters. The annual Russian Film Festival concludes tomorrow at 9 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Art with a screening of "Go and See," the film that won a Golden Prize at the 1985 Moscow Film Fest. Like so many Russian movies, "Go and See" has been well-received in the West, and like other Russian movies, it raises the suspicion that it has won all this attention simply because it was made in Russia. That, at least, is the impression you get for two thirds of the running time. For that long, the film seems endless. Each episode is overdone to the point of exhaustion. When the boy and girl, partisans, make their way through a swamp, we are with them every inch of the way. The final third of the film, however, is another matter. Though it, like all the other segments, is overdone, one cannot deny that it moves, even shatters the spectator. In this portion of the film, a young boy, the principal character, is forced into a building along with 600 other men, women and children. We know what the SS has in mind. They intend to burn the building and people inside it, and that they do. Members of today's younger generation may find all this incredible, but it actually happened, to the Russians as well as others, and the film remembers. Indeed, it does not want us to forget. New World Pictures m Republic Entertainment international m A Sandy Howard Production "THE BOYS NEXT DOOR" .Ms, MAXWELL CAULFIELD CHARLIE SHEEN PATTI D'ARBANVILLE dw, ARTHUR ALBERT MMnn MEL PEARL DON LEVIN mm MICHAEL S. MURPHEY JOEL SOISSON mm n GLEN MORGAN & JAMES WONG Produced by KEITH RUBINSTEIN SANDY HOWARD Directed by PENELOPE SPHEERIS R RESTRICTED "5g-UNDER 17 REQUIRES ICCOHPANIINC pheh' or jdul r cutnom STARTS TODAY! J0PPAT0WNE CINEMA Joppafarm at Rt 40 679 8300 TOWN With DEATH WISH 3 311 W Fayette 539-2294 RANDALLST0WN Liberty & Old Court Rd 655-2087 WESTVIEW CINEMA 6026 Balto Nat l. Pike 747-3800 NORTHPOINT PLAZA 4 Bltwy Ex.40 Northpoint nr Merritt 288-9294 Y0RKRIDGE 4 York & Ridgely Rd 252-2256 1 Invasion USA (R) Eve; He Men (G) Mat. 2 Teen WoH (PG-13) Plus MkMe Show TIMONIUM QNEMAS - 2131 York Rd. 1-Tetn WoH (PG) 7:40, 9:40 2-After Hour! (R) 7:40, 9:30 3-Better Off Dead (PG) 7:4S, 9:35 TOLLQATE 7 - lei Air, Md. 1 -Fright Night (R) 2-Te Woff(PG) 3-Remo William! The Adv. Begin (PG-13) 4 Commando (R) 5-Death Wish 3 (R) 6-To live 4 Die m L.A. (R) 7-5ffer OH Deod (PG) TOWN - 311 W Fayette St. - I -Nightmare on Ekn Street -1 (R), Nightmare On Ekn Street -2 (R) starts 12 2-Deorh With 3 (R); Boyi Next Door (R) Harts 12 TOWSON-Yerk Rd. I Plenty (R) 2, 4:30. 7:20. 9:45 2-To Live & Die In LA. (R) 1:30, 3:30, 5,30, 7:30, 9:30 VILLAGE 3 ONEMA -Renters town, Md -Matnees Sat & Sun )p Wee'i Big Adventure (PG) 7:35, 9:30, Zombie 11:30 2-Teen WoM (PG) 7:10, 9:10, 11 3-GIitbusteri (PG) 7.15, 9:20, 11:20 WBTVKW-6024 Rake. Not Pike 1 -Death With 3 (R) 1:40, 3:20. 5, 6:40. 8,20 10O5 2-Remo The Adventure Begins (PG-13) 1,35, 3,40, 5,45, 7,50, 9,55 3-Hot Target (R) 1,45, 3,25, 5,05, 6,45, 8,25, l(M)5 4-Bock ToThe Future (PG) 1,50, 3,50, 5,50, 7,55, 9,55 5-Agnet Of God IPG) 2,30, 4,20, 6:10, B, 9,50 6-The Boy! Next Door (R) 1,55, 3,30, 5,10, 6,45, 8,25, Mm 7-To live & Die In LA (R) 1,45, 3,45, 5,50, 7:55, 10 I-Sver BuRet (R) 1:45, 345, 5:45, 7:45 JM 2-Rrrnvx (NR) 1,30, 3,30, 5,30, 7,30, 9,30 3-Boys Next Door (R) 2, 4, 6, B, 10 4-Jogged Edge (R) 1. 3,10, 5,20, 7,30, 9,45 YORK ROAD ONEMA I-St Elmo's Fire (R) 2:15, 4,45, 7,15 9,45 2-Bot4 To The Future (PG) 2, 4,30, 7, 9,30 DRIVWNS USA Injiim H uji uj r-h rn IRI. Beat Street I ia'Attrvk. Md -Fngh. roht (R); GhooW ABC DRIVI-W - KO0 Imfam Hood Highway; Oxen BTSVRJi - U.S. Rt. I-Domg Rj Boihog Point; I Wo Grwtbutten IPGi 9,15 EDMONOSON - 6000 Balto. Nat l Pike -Halloween (R) 7:30, 10:40; The Day After Halloween (R) 9,10 WWELANOS WISH DRIVE W- 52 10 kWsHbere PI,- Cartoon at 7,30; Ngkhm On Eke Street 2 (R); roghtrean On Ekn Street (R) (jiiSowt. Isl); NMMMeTt (R) HJIASKI TWINS - White Marsh, Md. 1-Supergirl (PG) 7:35; Teen Won (PG) 9:30 2-Tht Bride (R) 7:30; GlK)stbusters (PG) 9:30 301 DRIVE-IN - Waldorf-Opens 6:45, Starts Dusk. American Nstski (R) 9.20; Ntnfa III: The Domirxmon (R) 7:30 EASTERN SHORE BAY TWIN ONEMA Cambridge Matinee! Saturday & Sunday 1 -Silver Bullet (R) 7:30, 9,20 2-avostbustefs (PG) 7:10, 9:10 CLAYTON Dogsboro, Del. -Silver Bullet (R) 8 EASTON MOVIES 4 - Eaton, Md. - 1 Commando (R) 7:10, 9 2-Bock to the Future IPG) 7,20, 9:30 3-Nightmore On Elm Street Pt. 2 (R) 7,30, 9,20 4-Sweet Dreams (PG-13) 7. 9,10 MALL TWIN L3Rm-SaWiry, Md. Matinees Saturday 4 Sunday Only l-Boys Next Door (R) 7,15, 9,10 2 -Silver Bullet (R) 7,30, 9:20 MOWS 3 - SaWwry Matinees Sat. & Sun. 1-latk To The Future (PG) 7:10, 9:20 2-rrAtmore On Ekn Street (R) 7:30, 9:30 3-Cornrondo (R) 7:15, 9:10 REH08OTH TWM ONEMA - Rlhebeth Reach 1-Sweeet Dreams (PG-13) 2-Amodeui IPG) SEA FORD TWM ONEMA - Seoford Del. Marmee Sot. 4 Son. Only 1 Nightmore On Ekn Street Pi 2 (R) 7,25, 9,10 2-kwaion USA. (R) 7,15, 9,20 SUN 4 SURF CINEMAS Ocean Oty l-Bock to the Future (PG) 2-Oxoon (PG-13) 3 Commando (R) 4-Better Off Deod (PG) 5 Agnes Of God (PG-13) 6-Sweet Dreams (PG-13) 7-Remo WiLSoms (PG-13) 8-Jogged Edge (R) WORLD TWM CMEAU-Sokebury Matnee Saturday 4 Sunday Only 1-Dea With (R) 7,20, 9.20 2-Fngrrt Night 7,30, 9,30 WESTERN MARYLAND CENTS -Lovak-Deoth Wish 3 (R) 7 20. 9,10 FROSTRURG CINEMAS Matinees Sat. 4 Sun. 1 St. Elmo's fire (R) 7,20, 9,30 2-Better Off Dead (PG) 7,25, 9,20 3-Sweet Dreams (PG-13) 7,05, 9,10 TRLTOWN TWM ONEMA5 - Westernport Matinee Sunday Only 1 St. Elmo's Fire (R) 7,15, 9,20 2-Sifverodo (PG-13) 7, 9,30 MONTGOMERY COUNTY KB ASPEN HILL 1 -Krush Groove (R) 5,15. 7,30, 9,35 2-After Hours (Rl 4,20, 7.30, 9,25 K B BARONET WEST 1-Marie (PG-13) 5, 7,25, 9,40 2-Kisi Of The Spider Woman (R) 4,45, 7,20, 9,45 KB CONGRESSIONAL T-Nightrnare On Ekn Street 2 (R) 12:30, 2:15, 4. 5:45, 7:40, 9:30. 11:20 2-Krush Groove (R) 1:20, 3:20, 5:20, 7:35. 9:40, 11:40 3-Plenty (R) 1:55, 4:20, 7:20. 9:50 4-After Hours (R) 1:15, 3:10, 5:05, 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 5-Bock To The Future (PG) 12:45, 2:55, 5:05, 7:25, 9,40, 11:50 KB GEORGETOWN SO 1 -Krush Groove (R) 5:25, 7:40, 9:45 2-After Hours IR) 5.30, 7:30, 9:30 KB MONTGOMERY MALL RJ - 1-Nsghtrure On Ekn Street Pt 2 (Rl 12:30, 2:10 3:55 5:40, 7:35, 9:30 2-To Lhre 4 Die ki LA. (R) 12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:30, 9.50 3-Bock To The Future (PG) 12,45, 2:50, 4:55, 7:25, 90S ROTH S MANOR- Norbeck 4 Raver I Re-Animator (R) 8 2 Compromising Posrhons (R) 8 ROTH S M5MaY-Chrtburg, Md. 1 -Agnes Of God (PG-13) 8: Fright Night (R) 9:45 2-Re-Aremator (R) 8, 9:40 ROTH S PAJtlCWAY-Rodrvile 1 -Cocoon (PG) 7-.30, 9 40 2 Pet Wee'i Big Adventure (PG) 7:40, 9:30 3-Sifcerodo (PG-13) 8 ROTH'S OARNCE ORCHARD Gorthertburg. Md. t-Sweet Dreams (PG-13) 8 2-Bod To The Future (PG) 8 ROTH'S RAMOVM-RetMb l-Morie (PG-13) 5:20, 7,20, 9,30 2-VYar 4 Love (PG) 5,25. 7,30, 9,35 ROTH'S SEVEN tOaS-Bethetda l-Mot Target (R) 8: Friaht Nsdjrt IR) 9,45 (G ;RJ" Nr general audiences. (PGI Al eges . " unaer i e iter oentmea, utssexe accem- ponrea ay parent or guarrjton Thtt age moy be higher in rertseist areas Chedi odvertieksg. '(SP)-Sneak Preview

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