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Movies Posts Tagged as '1970s'

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High Plains Drifter (1973) Full Moon

Gunslinger makes a rest stop in a town with soft men and untrained women. Bandits have overpowered the town and laid police to rest. The men can't find the balls to fight back. When the stranger proves himself a survivor, the town convinces him to be their savior. The savior lacks adequate morals but he's kind to minorities and is rapey to women (that's how people flirted then.) He'll fight the enemy and them too. The action is a natural CGI-less wonder. I believe this was how life was and it appeared it. A great modern cowboy defined by the people who experienced him. The cowboy was a unique quip master with a ton of hilarious scenes. The women exerted their power and were heard. Little man was a sweet sidekick. A rousing blockbuster. 14-Jan-2024

Tags: 1970s, Action, Action Fun, Chemistry, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fun, Funny, Good Acting, Magnetism, Music Swings, Political Satire, Pretty, Relationships, Revenge, Star Watt, Suspense, Sweet, Tough, Western, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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14-Jan-2024


Fear In The Night (1972) Arf

Angelic training makes a wife susceptible to malice because they are mentally unstable. Legends of art accelerated the drama. The table turn was sweet and the film wasn't a horrible waste of time. 22-Jul-2023

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Cliche, Crapfun, Disappointment, Drama, Funny, Sort of, Horror, Horror Mild, Predictable, Preposterous, Psychological, Relationships, Scare Obvious, Silly, Suspense, Timid, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful

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22-Jul-2023


Fright (1971) Arf

It predated classics that trumped it. It was a template for the future. It was also a piece of junk. It was a film full of ideas that had to bombastically announce them. Michael Myers lived in a multi-verse where Laurie Strode "is" his sister. He kidnaps her, a baby, rapes her in front of the child and recoils until he's horny again. Did she give birth to Michael Myers, Jr. from multi-verse Halloweens? There was a glimmer of Joker's "dance with the devil" choreography. It made babysitting a shitty job. The privileged are forced to hire child haters. The child was adorable even when being manhandled by all sorts of creepy adults. The house is where you want to film it, Susan George didn't need to act and everybody needed to tone it down. 04-Jul-2023

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Action Fun, Cheeky Acting, Coincidence Laden, Crapfun, Director Experiment, Drama, Funny, Sort of, Horror, Loud, Over the Top, Revenge, Scare Obvious, Shrill Act, Star Watt, Trashy, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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04-Jul-2023


Airport (1970) Howl

It technically educated the watcher on how airports manage and simply pointed out the obstacles they confront on a daily basis. All-star cast do what they do best and delivered. Helen Hayes brought star wit, watt, robbery and reigned beyond the material. She was it's light, its dark and its favor. Maureen Stapleton's guilt was gut wrenching. Van Heflin was believable as a twitchy loser trying to cash into morality. Story is favored over action which makes us care for them more as the inevitable happens. Dean Martin gives a heartfelt performance, Lancaster was in charge. Bissett epitomized the soul of a woman that finally grew up. The big bad were not terrorists or hijackers it was one person with a gripe that life was unfair to. Split screens worked well, the cast was gung-ho, the soap tasted like strawberries and the saves felt like hope. 30-May-2023

Tags: 1970s, Action, Action Fun, Best In Disaster, Chemistry, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Disaster, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fun, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Inspired, Music Swings, Mystery, Relationships, Sentimental, Squish Alert, Star Stud, Star Watt, Suspense, Touching, Tough, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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30-May-2023


I Spit On Your Grave (1978) Arf

It would be exploitation if the rape weren't the catalyst to the main's empowerment. Woman alone stays in the country where blue collar men with too much work, time, ugly women and no manners abound. City girl is a writer who handles well, is lonely, trusting and helpless. Among the victimizers is a challenged man that is susceptible to gang mentality and betrayal. The rape had elements of realism and buffoonery. The men are cartoonish during it, pulling faces and acting like they've never fucked anything before. Maybe, it was to soften audience blow. Our lady was courageous on and off camera. The comeback is not as powerful because the violence was of the Kool-Aid variety. They cut the penis dismemerment scene! Boo. 4K adds the clarity that time fixed. Scenes sparkle with beauty and the protagonist is a Charlie's Angel vigilante. 16-May-2023

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Action, Brutal, Camp, Classic, Creepy, Director's Achievement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fun, Funny, Sort of, Political Satire, Porn Violence, Psychological, Revenge, Scary, Star Watt, Suspense, Thriller, Tough, Violent, Wit Crack, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ w/Possibilities

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16-May-2023


Omen, The (1976) Howl

An opulent chiller with legends, iconics, a badass score, glorious shots, intriguing plot, animal attacks, nannies in charge and that kid's wondrous face. It fit all the musts neatly. When Gregory Peck wishes his son were dead, he meant it. Lee Remick made the arduous task of rearing a strange child heartbreakingly empathetic. Evil emanates from every corner. 25-Mar-2023

Tags: 1970s, Action Fun, Best In Horror, Chemistry, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Elegance, Fun, Good Acting, Horror, Kool Effects, Music Swings, Pretty, Psychological, Scary, Star Watt, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight, Writer's Peak

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25-Mar-2023


Satan's Children (1975) Bites

It's so low budget that it couldn't even afford to be one of Bobby Brady's (Brady Bunch) teenage dreams. A smooth twink rebels against his argumentative father and insistently horny sister. He travels into Wonderland with pot in his pocket and a party hang out mentality with anyone except queers. He gets gang raped by a bunch of straight men who cripple him and not. There is a rape scene but it's more hilarious than it is shocking. I couldn't tell if they were shoving things up his ass or fucking him. They dump him somewhere Satan worshippers live. Chief Stew becomes enamored. He is rescued. The deck is revolting against second in command. The captain is away. They do not rescue strangers unless master commands it. Bobby becomes immobilized because his ass hurt. Really, immobilized? He found time for flat on your back sex, though. The captain returns unexpectedly and all hell breaks loose. It doesn't develop triumph or backbone until the very end. It's laughable, langorous and unforgettable. 31-Oct-2022

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Daddy Squish, Director Insanity, Drama, Funny, Good Idea, Horror, Hot Swatch, Preposterous, Rapey, Sad Effects, Silly, Timid, Trashy, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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31-Oct-2022


Day Of The Animals (1977) Whimper

Depletion of the ozone layer is making animals at high levels territorial. Crows are the eyes, bears, the muscle, dogs are betrayers and mice, the vermin. There were no cats of the domestic kind. I presumed the dogs ate them. The cast is professional and appealing. The George's marriage radiated on screen. Michael Ansara played a dignified American Indian, proudly. Leslie Nielsen rages in the most asshole kind of way and we love it. He ripped his shirt to shreds because he was committed. I was enthralled. Nice shots of the animals grouping, the child, the after effects of a kill and Andrew Stevens body, face, smirk and Farrah-like hair. A story that deserves what new technology is capable of... without the preach. 26-Oct-2022

Tags: 1970s, Action, Action Fun, Chemistry, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Drama, Fatigue, Funny, Sort of, Good Idea, Horror, SciFi, Suspense, Timid, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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26-Oct-2022


A Doll's House (1973) Howl

A woman moving in with a man must turn the home into a dollhouse in order to make her feel like she owns it. She owns him as much as he thinks he owns her, but a toy is the only home she will ever get to own. The cast played it without pity, the story excelled as it moved, even though status has changed, emotions remain the same and Jane Fonda flexed some beautiful muscles. Freedom comes after you stop lying to yourself. A real Christmas story. 17-Oct-2022

Tags: 1970s, Chemistry, Classic, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Inspired, Music Swings, Mystery, Psychological, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Subtle, Suspense, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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17-Oct-2022


Tenant, The (1976) Arf

An unassuming man moves into an apartment that drove a young woman to suicide. He visits the victim at the hospital (for foreign hospitality reasons and to maybe see her suffer?) and becomes obsessed with realizing her history. The neighbors find every reason to make him feel insignificant...he's too noisy, too weird, too private, too sexual and too mentally unwell. The director posted Rosemary's Baby with a shittier budget and himself in the lead. (We are to presume that some other schmuck directed it). The opportunity for a defamed man's self-reflection is a good opportunity for doctors to psychoanalyze him, wrangle the rest and let the people decide. Are the neighbors driving him nuts or was he already nuts? Why is he dressing like a girl? No, that's the girl that jumped out the window. Yes, he drags out and the film continues to crash into WTF Land as he spills nothing about himself except his obsession with precision ... the soft caresses, the whispers, his crippling distrust of socialization, the corners, the lighting, the orchestration, the genius, the illusion of knowing how a child feels and where the bad place ends. A whore is a child unsaved by him. (He aint smarter than his dick, though.) 23-Apr-2021

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Cultish, Director Experiment, Fatigue, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Horror, Mystery, Preposterous, Suspense, Thriller, Timid, Twisty, Weird, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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23-Apr-2021


Candleshoe (1977) Arf

Juvenile delinquent gets kidnapped and trained to become an Anastasia for a needy wealthy matriarch. If the thieves can gain access to the house and decipher a code they become rich. Helen Hayes adds the sweet and gullible to a grandma that gets conned. Nivens is an adorable elegant servant and awarded a "squishy at any age" merit medal. Foster made it comfortable and joyful to watch her "cowboy up." No Disney princess makeovers for her. The caper is time-sensitive, the action is clunky but the babies gushed and direction allowed everyone the freedom to be who they were. 16-Mar-2021

Tags: 1970s, Action Fun, Camp, Chemistry, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Mystery, Sentimental, Silly, Star Watt, Suspense, Sweet, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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16-Mar-2021


Young Frankenstein (1974) Woof

Mel Brooks' enunciation play is brilliant art. The cast shred with equal parts hilarity and 100% talent. It carouses like a very funny sequel. 10-Mar-2021

Tags: 1970s, Adorable, Best In Comedy, Camp, Chemistry, Comedy, Director Insanity, Director's Achievement, Director's Art, Funny, Great Acting, Hilarious, Inspired, Magnetism, Music Swings, Physical Humor, Romance, Silly, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Tough, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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10-Mar-2021


Semi-Tough (1977) Howl

A childhood trio of friends deepen their bond in adulthood. Two ridiculous chunks of meat and a canned tuna. Delicious. The dialogue smacks, cuts, is dry and intelligent. I've never laughed so hard at subtlety. Burt, Jill and Kris were on full star watt. They were beautiful, crazy, athletic, sexy, fucked up, funny and sweet. 28-Feb-2021

Tags: 1970s, Accidental Watch, Adorable, Chemistry, Comedy, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Magnetism, Physical Humor, Relationships, Romance, Sentimental, Sexy, Sports, Squish Alert, Star Watt, Stink Wigs, Sweet, Tough, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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28-Feb-2021


Strongest Man In The World, The (1975) Woof

Inventing the formula that adds super-human strength to a person. A Disney kabob of good nature, silliness, comedy, simplicity and pro efficiency run amok. 24-Feb-2021

Tags: 1970s, Action, Camp, Chemistry, Comedy, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Enthusiastic, Fantasy, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Physical Humor, Pretty, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Tough, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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24-Feb-2021


Pete's Dragon (1977) Woof

As a child I was terrified that the corniness of the film would kill me so I never bothered to watch it. It's corny with dragon balls. Green dragon appears to a runaway slave in need of help. The mythology of why the dragon appears or who sent him is slight. The boy's buyers are backwoods insane with a penchant for punishing children with violence and physical labor. Little boy slave flees with his dragon to Karentown where he meets the liberated mom of his magical dreams in a town not easily convinced by his dirty face. Elliot the dragon is not as big as you'd expect, probably because a kid imagined him, he's green with fairy wings and a mohawk. I thought he was going to talk. He does not talk. He murmurs? He also acts like a bumbling dog and can become invisible. You can feel the smallness of the town and the film. It's quaint with great aspirations. 16-Feb-2021

Tags: 1970s, Action Fun, Camp, Comedy, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fantasy, Funny, Music Swings, Musical, Sweet, Tough, Weird, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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16-Feb-2021




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