The Seven Ups 1973

Having produced Bullitt and The French Connection, it’s no surprise that Phillip D’Antoni’s only film as director has a scorching car-chase to offer, making full use of the areas in and around New York. 134 more words

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The Outside Man (1972)

This is an odd European gangland flick that was filmed in L.A. and stars 3 well know faces and a few American character actors to round out the cast. 325 more words

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GFF 2014: Sorcerer (William Friedkin, 1977)

A financial flop lost in the Star Wars summer of 1977, William Friedkin’s Sorcerer, long plagued by legal problems regarding distribution in its complete form, has now undergone a stunning restoration overseen by the director himself. 76 more words


All That Jazz 1979

Having made his name as a choreographer, Bob Fosse made the grade as a director with Sweet Charity and Cabaret, and his prowess at staging electric dance routines was integrated into a strong dramatic engine in his final musical, 1979’s All That Jazz. 165 more words




Review: A great white shark comes to terrorize a small U.S. seaside resort.
Director: Steven Spielberg
Actors: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss… 134 more words


My Year With Meryl: Still of the Night (1982)

In 2012, on Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen asked Meryl, “Name one bad film that you have made.”  She took about two seconds to think before she said, “Still of the Night.” We all know that one of Meryl’s most acclaimed performances was in Sophie’s Choice, but many might not be aware that Meryl had a second film released that year, in 1982: Still of the Night, which re-teamed her with her Kramer Vs. 890 more words

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