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Movies Posts Tagged as '1970s'

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Zardoz (1974) Arf

The gods have died, the penis has been declared an enemy, police have been abolished to savage lands to patrol, kill and rape what procreates and to harness survival goods for a scientifically mystic democracy. Gods are falsified to keep savages savaging and to keep their dystopian bubble, privileged and safe.

Sean Connery is brave, wearing a diaper throughout and doing action scenes in heels. The perfect brute with a thirst for knowledge.

The bubble society are eternals. They do not police, they judge. If you are found committing an offense, they age you.

John Boorman was brimming with ideas, executing spectacular visions and testing how far our imagination can travel. It was a beautiful ride until it crashed. There is a limit. 29-Jun-2020

Tags: 1970s, Action, Daddy Squish, Director's Slice, Drama, Elegance, Fantasy, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, SciFi, Sentimental, Squish Alert, Star Watt, Twisty, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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29-Jun-2020


Wicker Man, The (1973) Woof

Christian copper investigates missing child on pagan island. Edward Woodward keeps it desperate and unleashing, the atmosphere is lawless and unethical and the music lilts as well as unsettle. The horror isn't physically evident but mentally, it sticks like gum to a shoe. 19-May-2020

Tags: 1970s, Chemistry, Classic, Creepy, Crime Drama, Cultish, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Good Acting, Horror, Hot Swatch, Music Murders, Music Swings, Mystery, Political Satire, Scary, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Twisty, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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19-May-2020


Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971) Arf

Stagnant study, of a woman and a man sharing a relationship with a twinkster. The rules are the same no matter the generation or the politic. The bird marches on the streets of beauty, protesting the disparity of life while ignoring the feelings of those around him. His fluidity grants him power to cross pollinate and be voraciously welcomed by those of privilege whose lack in life is progressive. To the woman he brings sexual fulfillment and purpose, to the man, a sense of accomplishment and pride. Youth ping pongs between them like the parents he needs right now, not the lovers he'll end up with, later. Birds must fly as parents must contend with surviving on memories. Children and family are an aside that contain the most life. The children annoy as much as delight, smoking drugs, having fits, asking complicated questions, noticing sexual things and killing dogs. 06-May-2020

Tags: 1970s, Chemistry, Daddy Squish, Drama, Funny, Gay Swatch, Hot Swatch, Political, Relationships, Star Watt, Subtle, Tedium, Timid, Vague, Words Spoke

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06-May-2020


Jaws (1975) Full Moon

Jaws is the ultimate water pandemic. It's misinterpretations no longer matter, because its proven law. We panic, take precautions and find a loophole to reopen. The loophole is that there's always a bigger shark out there. A sentiment for only the purest of heart.

My mother and my sister would call me Spielbergio, every time I would pick-up a camera. They eventually bullied me into putting it down (Thank God.) I thought it was cute but they were being harmful.

Mr. Spielberg opens doors to the imagination like a magician disappears from a box. It's simple, you can figure it out but the trick always works. Where did he go? He wills everything wider, cleaner and funner.

Ultimate daddy squish (Scheider,) a fiery one nighter daddy (Shaw) and a blubber daddy with smarts, cool gadgets and a checking account (Dreyfus,) generate all the magnetism a film needs.

John Williams' score tells it's own story.

I loved every minute of Bruce and the hard work involved to scare us.

A masterpiece because it was never about a shark, it was about us.

 18-Apr-2020

Tags: 1970s, Action, Best In Drama, Best In Horror, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director's Achievement, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Magnetism, Music Swings, Mystery, Political, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight, Writer's Peak

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18-Apr-2020


Grave Of The Vampire (1972) Whimper

Silliness about a resurrected vamp raping a mod chick that dies delivering his baby. The baby ages into a superhero hunk with little gift of gab and limited supernatural powers. The fair lady hired to scream, couldn't. Fast forward to the fight scene which has Thor mashing a tired Michael Morbius with no effects and generating loads of laughs. 24-Mar-2020

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Art Devoid, Cold, Comic Book, Daddy Squish, Drama, Fantasy, Funny, Sort of, Horror, Hot Swatch, Inactivity, Political Satire, Preposterous, Silly, Tedium, Timid, Weird

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24-Mar-2020


Airport '77 (1977) Woof

What it reserves in thrills it expounds in detail and raw film work. The pros lathered the soap like it was Shakespeare, it was diverse and actors were allowed to sweat. A movie that sits better out of its time. 21-Feb-2020

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Action, Camp, Chemistry, Conspiracy Theory, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Sort of, Hot Swatch, Over the Top, Political, Romance, Sweet, Tech Grunts, Tough, Writ Tight

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21-Feb-2020


Long Weekend (1978) Woof

Naturists get punished for victimizing nature. A scary environmentalist panty creamer. 05-Feb-2020

Tags: 1970s, Brutal, Camp, Conspiracy Theory, Crapfun, Creepy, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Sort of, Horror, Hot Swatch, Mystery, Over the Top, Political Satire, Revenge, Romance, Star Watt, Weird, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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05-Feb-2020


Beyond The Door (1974) Bites

Trying to recreate the horror of The Exorcist on a scaled budget and via a disorderly presentation. The soul music was vibing but out of place. The shocks consisted of kids swearing, getting buckled and mama make outs. Juliet Mills succeeded wiping out sweet "Nanny and the Professor" memories and replacing them with disturbing ones. It had some effective scares that would have triggered had they been taken seriously. 29-Jan-2020

Tags: 1970s, Art Devoid, Brutal, Camp, Ear Prick, Fatigue, Funny, Horror, Music Swings, Oncer, Over the Top, Preposterous, Silly, Star Watt, Tacky, TV-like, Weird, Writ w/Possibilities

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29-Jan-2020


Magic (1978) Woof

It's a high art profile of a Batman villain directed by Friday The Thirteenth. Margret brings her heroine to life by embodying the excited frustration of her realistic innocence for magic. Her character is underwritten and suffers from "who cares" but she was in it. Hopkins is our favorite crazy man whose practice and natural talent always have a way of invading its space. It is not a clean performance. He hits as many times as he bounces but what he lands is electric. A film, that in time, might grow into something. 11-Jan-2020

Tags: 1970s, Chemistry, Comic Book, Creepy, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Horror, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Mystery, Over the Top, Silly, Star Watt, Suspense, Weird, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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11-Jan-2020


Daughters Of Darkness (1971) Arf

Newlyweds get their honeymoon interrupted by voracious lesbians. It's mystery stays locked until the end, probably so we don't question how illogical it is. The protagonists keep it sexually charged and violently demeaning. 18-Dec-2019

Tags: 1970s, Camp, Chemistry, Creepy, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Gay Swatch, Horror, Hot Swatch, Mystery, Revenge, Romance, Silly, Vague, Weird

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18-Dec-2019


Terminal Man (1974) Whimper

Adding a computer to a killer's brain was supposed to rehabilitate him. It was progressive. It had a prominent female doctor and a black magician's assistant.

Joan Hackett was an accomplished Sarah Paulson without the amount of accolades.

George Segal was dumbfounding, cringingly stamping the mediocrity evident in the poor treatment of a great story. 22-Nov-2019

Tags: 1970s, Bad Acting, Brutal, Conspiracy Theory, Disappointment, Fatigue, Good Acting, Mystery, Over the Top, Political Satire, Star Watt, Suspense, Tacky, Tedium, Timid, Vague, Weird, Writer Humiliation

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22-Nov-2019


Last House On The Left, The (1972) Woof

It's astounding that the film hammers the same political perplexities that we still argue today. Even though Craven stages with high buffoonery and jump cuts, the idea of the horror writhes from the ditch. 26-Oct-2019

Tags: 1970s, Action, Brutal, Camp, Comedy, Creepy, Daddy Squish, Director's Slice, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Horror, Political Satire, Rapey, Revenge, Suspense, Tacky, Tough, Words Spoke

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26-Oct-2019


Blume In Love (1973) Arf

A man thinks he can redeem his indiscretions by realizing his wife is the love of his life. The women keep it real, the story never flinches and George Segal keeps it nervously serial. The outcome is so fucked up it loses its purpose. 14-May-2019

Tags: 1970s, Brutal, Chemistry, Comedy, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Political, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Weird, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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14-May-2019


God Told Me To (1976) Woof

The commotion was executed to impress Hitchcock. Obsessive beliefs create boundaries and it was impressive seeing a policeman do his job. 02-Dec-2018

Tags: 1970s, Action, Brutal, Conspiracy Theory, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Good Acting, Music Swings, Political, Scary, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Twisty, Weird, Writ Tight

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02-Dec-2018


Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975) Whimper

It's a constant pile-up you can't stop watching. 25-Sep-2018

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Art Devoid, Brutal, Camp, Eye Gouge, Fatigue, Funny, Inappropriate, Indecipherable, Loud, Music Murders, Oncer, Over the Top, Political Satire, Porn, Preposterous, Rapey, Repetitive, Shrill Act, Silly, Tacky, Ugly Art, Weird

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25-Sep-2018




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