is a somewhat dubious national holiday for a certain glaucoma-affected part of the nation. If you have no idea what we're talking about, then just move right along, there's nothing to see here.
But for those who may be interested in celebrating today, Moviefone has put together a list of movie-watching recommendations that we think you'll enjoy.
A rock group presents its stylized outlook on the social problems of the '60s. Read More
Music-video upstarts (John Cusack, Tim Robbins) catch White House candidate on tape. Read More
The manager (James Woods) of a Toronto cable-TV station tracks an unlisted torture/death show. Read More
L.A. buddies (Ice Cube, Chris Tucker) hang out on front porch. Read More
Speed (Emile Hirsch) enters an arduous, cross-country auto race in defiance of a corrupt mogul. Read More
Sci-fi/fantasy comic-book tales unfold to the music of groups like Devo and Blue Oyster Cult. Read More
Deep-frozen shopkeeper (Woody Allen) wakes up in no-sex police state. Read More
A boy and a girl (Catherine Mary Stewart) move a crowd with a love song at a 1994 music fest. Read More
Underachievers (Norm Macdonald, Artie Lange) form a revenge-for-hire business. Read More
Barbarella (Jane Fonda) roams 41st-century space with blind angel (John Phillip Law). Read More