Incomplete masterpiece waxes a little too philosophical, albeit beautifully. 8/10 [IAN]
I had a few different nine words or less reviews bouncing around in my head so I thought I’d share them with you as well.
Like watching the neighbors Grandmother’s slideshow for five hours.
Like going back to a lecture for 6th graders.
Failed in 138 at what Up did in 10.
For that last one to work you have to count 138 as one word though.
Tautological. Typical family meets dime store philosophy. Pretty though. 5/10 [IAN]
Man, the 80s might have been the most fun decade, but good lord the 70s were chock full of awesomeness! A fair number of my favorite movies of all time came out of this wacky decade. And a good amount of the movies I feel the worst about not having yet seen are from the 70s, the original Solaris, F for Fake, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, House… to name a few. 1974, for example, Chinatown, The Conversation, Blazing Saddles, AND Young Frankenstein!? That’s out of control.
So here are my favorite 9 movies from the 1970s:
There you have it. 9 Awesome films! My other favorite 70s flicks include (but aren’t limited to): A Clockwork Orange, Klute, THX 1138, Walkabout, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The Godfather, The Poseidon Adventure, The Sting, The Holy Mountain, Jesus Christ Super Star, Blazing Saddles, The Towering Inferno, A Boy and His Dog, Dog Day Afternoon, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Carrie, Eraserhead, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Taxi Driver, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Suspiria, Wizards, The Deer Hunter, The Jerk, Mad Max, and Phantasm.
Thanks to Derek for suggesting a movie, I wasn’t super crazy about that one though, so it didn’t make the list. I’ll just let you all guess which movie it was.
I want to hear your comments on this! Give me your favorite movies from the 70s, or any decade!
So wonderfully terrible. See with others or it’s worthless. 1/10 or 10/10 [IAN]