“The most shattering sick joke I've ever come across.” - Bosley Crowther, New York Times
“It's one of the greatest - and undoubtedly the most hilarious - anti-war statements ever put to film. See it before the world ends.” - Marjorie Baumgarten, Austin Chronicle
Sunday, April 9 at 2pm | In Stanley Kubrick’s subversive and prescient dark comedy, when U.S. Air Force General Jack Ripper loses his mind, he orders a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union, setting off mass hysteria amongst the morons in control of the future of peace on the planet. Peter Sellers shines in three different roles, as the timid Air Force Captain Mandrake, the dense President Muffley, and the deranged advisor Dr. Strangelove. DR. STRANGELOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB was a biting and horrifyingly funny satire when it was released in 1964, and it remains a painfully and hilariously apt watch over 50 years later.
Awards & Nominations
Nominee - Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Peter Sellers), Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Academy Awards
All In A Day's Work: There isn’t much we can collectively count on, but we do know that tonight the sun will set, tomorrow it will rise, and no matter how you slice it, there are twenty four hours in a day. In All in a Day’s Work, a soul is altered from one minute to the next, life hinges on the ticking of the clock, and the passage of time takes on an entirely new significance for the audience. Set your watches, and have a nice day. View full series here.
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