Today is the 60th birthday of a particular Mr. Walken.
I believe a Christopher-Walken-dancing moment might be called for.
THURSDAY NIGHT AT THE CASTRO THEATRE:
THURSDAY APRIL 3
7:00 Brave astronaut Barbarella, on a mission to thwart the evil Anita Pallenberg, survives the fabulous sex-torture machine by blowing its fuse with her orgasmic potency. Jane Fonda is the delectible comic-strip heroine and John Phillip Law is the blind angel who loves her. Critic John Simon called it, "elucubrated, anemic pornography." Whoa! With Milo O'Shea as Duran Duran. Written by Terry Southern. Directed by Roger Vadim. Cinematography by Claude Renoir. (1968) 98m.
9:00 Oh! Oh! Seven indeed. Have a Swingin' Sixties Spooferific time with this pre-ironic, post-iconic spy flick. A bouncy Bert Bacharach score enlivens the proceedings. With Peter Sellers, David Niven, Woody Allen, Ursula Andress, Joanna Pettet, William Holden, George Raft, Orson Welles, and many, many more. Directed by John Huston, Ken Hughes, Val Guest, and many, many more. Written by many, many people including uncredited contributions from Woody Allen, Ben Hecht, Joseph Heller, Terry Southern, Peter Sellers, and Billy Wilder! (1967) 130m.
Who else wanna go.