Starting in September the Castro Senior Center film program will no longer be showing the Friday classic films. This is due to a scheduling conflict that requires the senior center to schedule bingo on Friday afternoons. Anyone who attended the Friday movies is invited to join the Friday Bingo group which will start at 12:45 PM.
CASTRO SENIOR CENTER FILM PROGRAM
Films start at 12:45 unless otherwise noted with ** early start @ 12:30.
The Monday film program will continue and we will show both newer and classic films in the monthly schedule. This will reduce the number of days per month in which movies will be shown. For example, because of the Labor Day Holiday on Monday September 3rd we will only show three movies on three Mondays in September. Those film are listed below
Every Monday unless the Castro Center is closed for a holiday Films start at 12:45 unless otherwise noted with ** early start @ 12:30.
Monday, June 3 Mary Poppins Returns
Time: 2hrs. 10min.
A remake of Disney's classic as Mary Poppins helps the Banks family remember the joy of being a child. Together with her friend Jack the lamplighter, fun is brought back to the streets of London in a celebration that everything is possible. Cast includes Emily Blunt as Mary, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Meryl Streep, Dick Van Dyke among others.
Monday, June 10 Wait For Your Laugh
Time: 1hr. 25min.
In this well-crafted documentary, Rose Marie looks back on a showbiz career spanning nine decades, beginning as a child performer in radio and reaching a peak as she blazed a trail playing a female comedy writer on "The Dick Van Dyke Show."
Monday, June 17 Crazy Rich Asians
Time: 2hrs. 00min.
New Yorker Rachel Chu accompanies her boyfriend, Nick Young, to his best friend's wedding in Singapore. Nick has neglected to mention he is the scion of one of the country's wealthiest families and it’s most sought-after bachelor. This makes Rachel a target for jealous socialites and Nick's own disapproving mother.
Monday, June 24 Freak Show
Time: 1hr. 30min.
Teen Billy Bloom is unabashed in his love of glamour and glitz, and unafraid to let his wardrobe reflect that. But when his mom lands in rehab and he's forced to go live with his dad, Billy's new schoolmates don't cotton to his offbeat fashion sense.
Friday, June 7 Mrs. Doubtfire
Time: 2hrs. 00min.
Loving but irresponsible dad Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams), estranged from his exasperated spouse (Sally Field), is crushed by a court order allowing only weekly visits with his kids. When Daniel learns his ex needs a housekeeper, he gets the job -- disguised as an English nanny.
Friday, June 14 Hairspray
Time: 1hr. 32min.
John Waters directs Ricky Lake as early 60’s’s teen, Tracy Turnblad who wants nothing more than to be on a local TV dance program and when her dream comes true, her lively moves are met with unexpected popularity. But after witnessing firsthand the terrible state of race relations in Baltimore, Turnblad becomes an outspoken advocate for desegregation. Sonny Bono and Jerry Stiller are also cast in this comedy classic.
Friday, June 21 Ed Wood
Time: 2hrs. 05min.
In a critically acclaimed performance, Tim Burton directs Johnny Depp as Ed Wood, a grinning goof with a sunny disposition who was heralded as the "worst director of all time" -- and with such cult favorites as “Glen or Glenda” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space” her certainly made the movies to back up that claim.
Friday, June 28 Paris Is Burning
Time: 1hr. 10min.
Penetrating the tight-knit community of minority drag queens living in New York City, this acclaimed documentary offers a glimpse at the art of "voguing," the underground dance style later popularized by Madonna in her hit song. The film also explores issues of racism, homophobia and AIDS, while offering a detailed examination of the intricate Ball culture, in which queens are judged for their style and expression.
R rated movies may include adult themes, hard language, high levels of violence, sexually oriented nudity and/or drug abuse.