After a great run at the Castro Theatre for over a month, Milk is not on the schedule anymore. I loved the film so much, that I watched a special screening before opening day and watched it on the last screening. Hopefully it receives many Oscar nominations. But the new year has some goodies, and with school on hiatus, it’s the perfect time. Castro Theater is showing many great movies during the month of January.
- December 26-30: Sound of Music Sing-A-Long
- January 1: Singin’ in the Rain
Composer Henry Mancini Week
- January 2: Victor/Victoria & Mommie Dearest
- January 3: Breakfast at Tiffany’s/ A Shot at the Dark
- January 4: Charade/Experiment in Terror
- January 7: Touch of Evil/ Wait Until Dark
- January 8: Two for the Road/Days of Wine and Roses
“Broken Homes for the Holidays” triple feature
- January 9:Watcher in the Woods/Stand by Me/Candy Snatchers
Bogie and Bacall Weekend
- January 10: To Have and Have Not/The Big Sleep
- January 11: Key Largo/Dark Passage
- January 11-15: Berlin and Beyond-New Films from Germany, Switzerland, Austria
- January 21-Feb 1: Noir City 7- Plethora of 22 film noir films from the 1940s/1950s.
As for the films, I’m eager to see, look for me during the Audrey Hepburn movies (Breakfast at Tiffany’s/Charade/Wait Until Dark/Two for the Road) because I want to see them again, but on the big screen. Also, I’m interested in Stand By Me, Singin’ in the Rain, and the Bogie and Bacall movies have piqued my interest. And I was thinking of the Sound of Music sing-a-long, but I don’t think I could stomach three hours of Nazis and music.
Hope to see you at the movies. =)