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JAWS (1975)

Jaws, is one of, if not the greatest films ever made.

This is why I’m such a fan of horror films. When I was younger I would watch this film religiously every day but then every night I would be too scared to sleep, despite being safe on dry land. 366 more words

Film Reviews

2010 The Year We Make Contact

If ever a movie did not need a sequel, it would be Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. This was a film that made intellectual discussion of movies a topic for everyone. 1,128 more words

Films

The French Connection

I suppose The French Connection is technically a really good movie; I just didn’t like it that much. It was one of those movies, like… 568 more words

Films

MOVIE REVIEW | ***AFI WEEKEND*** #93. The French Connection (1971)

“The American Film Institute’s list of the 100 Greatest Movies was selected by AFI’s blue-ribbon panel of more than 1,500 leaders of the American movie community to commemorate 100 Years of Movies”. 690 more words

Sorcerer (1977)

William Friedkin’s title can’t help but conjure up images of a horror film. And why not? The man gave us The Exorcist. While this remake of the 1953 French film Wages of Fear isn’t  a horror film, it does have many tense scenes and images that somehow look like they were left on the cutting room floor from his landmark horror film of 1973. 693 more words

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French Connection II (1975)

On one hand, a sequel to The French Connection is completely logical. Popeye Doyle sees things through, probably more out of psychosis than out of any loyalty to law and order, and so it does make sense that he’d track the kingpin Alain Charnier all the way to Marseilles after the events of the first film. 773 more words

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The French Connection (1971)

The French Connection (1971)

Dir. William Friedkin

Oscars: Best Picture (Philip D’Antoni); Best Director (William Friedkin); Best Actor (Gene Hackman);Best Adapted Screenplay (Ernest Tidyman); Best Editing (Gerald B. 708 more words