Certainly one of Woody Allen’s funniest films, Sleeper sees the comedian play a jazz musician/health food store owner, who reawakens into a bizarre totalitarian state after a routine operation sees him cryogenically frozen for 200 years. There are political rebels, orgasmatron machines, giant bananas and silver balls that get you high. While the film is stuffed full of Allen’s early trademark slapstick and witty observations, mostly aimed at Diane Keaton’s pseudo-intellectual airhead, his vision of a retro Orwellian future boasts a fantastic array of incredible architecture, not to mention cool electric bubble cars. Stylistically it bears a strong resemblance to Francois Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451, but will always be best-remembered for its sex jokes and the sight of Allen disguised as a dickie-bow sporting robot.