For the first day of the B&S About Movies April Movie Thon, we’re looking for foolishness.
April 1: Go ahead, fool us — Whether this movie has a literal fool in it or a funny person known for acting ridiculous, start the month off with something silly.
All April long, we’ll have thirty themes as writing prompts. If you’d like to be part of it, you can just send us an article for that day to email@example.com or post it on your site and share it out with the hashtag #BSAprilMovieThon.
Here are some past films that we can recommend to watch today:
April Fools Day (1986): College students decide to spend spring break at the secluded island estate of Muffy St. John, but their fun pranks soon turn murderous.
Harlequin (1980): A politician’s son meets a clown who makes him smile and also has faith healing abilities, but his powerful father feels threatened and soon turns murderous.
Mondo Balordo (1964): Released as A Fool’s World in Italy, this mondo has everything and by that I mean a dwarf singer, bodybuilders, bedouin pimps, Japanese models for rent, Indian exorcists, people who can’t stop smoking, Jehovah’s Witnesses, lottery players, a clone of Valentino, cults, nightclubs, Luna Park, London after hours and so much more.
So what movie are you watching today?