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Three Days of the Condor (1975) ... Remembered

Three Days of the Condor (1975) is another political thriller starring the guy who is in all political thrillers, Robert Redford. If it has shady government practices and criminal political dealings, then Redford is interested. 1,187 more words

Movies Remembered...

Network 1976

Way ahead of its time in terms of disaffection with the media, Sidney Lumet’s 1976 drama is still frequently referenced today; the character of Howard Beale, weatherman turned prophet, has come to stand as a symbol of social anger about the way television in particular can distort and suppress public thought. 95 more words


Chinatown (1974)

The 1970s were the height of “new cinema:” the age of the film school director drawing on studies of past masterpieces to create a new technique. 462 more words


Chinatown - Review

Throughout the 1930s and the 1940s, film noir was a major genre/style in Hollywood. It was so influential that even after the height of its time, there were still film makers who were eager to implement its style and themes into their own films. 764 more words

Just Because....

So my previous post started me to thinking about another one of my favorite quotes. [ Now, I can't say if this is an accurate account of history and she really did say this BUT] 70 more words


Lights, Camera, Action...it's movie time!

This time of year everyone is done with winter and ready for Spring and warm weather, especially for those of us on the East coast, but it’s not quite here yet. 435 more words


Chinatown (1974)

Toilet Review: Jack Nicholson being Jack Nicholson before he was Jack Nicholson

This is one of those movies that has been knocking about for ages, always on the edge of my periphery, never really getting a look in. 344 more words