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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by alexbrownebass, Jul 4, 2008.
Holy crap. They don't make movies like this anymore.
Anybody else ever see this?
Now go rent Taxi Driver.
Yeah - I don't like many newer movies these days. Lots of effects, scenery, and boobs - little great acting or storylines.
I need to see it..
Awesome movie, I just don't understand what was so evil about the nurse.
+100000. Both are superb. Then rent Network and Dog Day Afternoon. In fact, somewhere on the Net, I'm sure there's a list of the 10 or 20 best movies of the '70s--see every one of them. (You've seen Godfather I and II and Apocalypse Now, right?)
Great Movie!!!...my favorite character was "Chief" and the scene with the gum....
No I haven't, actually. I've been meaning to rent the Godfather movies for a while now, and I suppose I have to see Apocalypse Now, now don't I?
Apocalypse Now was pretty good, just get the redux version. It hits you harder.
clear out the day, though. thing's four hours long.
She has McMurphy lobotimized!
Yes, yes you do. Seriously, the '70s was a fantastic decade for movies.
I wasn't a fan of Apocalypse Now. Overall it was just such a boring movie IMO, that I didn't give a **** about any of it.
Some of my favourite 70s movies: Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Animal House, Halloween, Black Christmas, Assault on Precinct 13, Chinatown, A Clockwork Orange, Deer Hunter (one of De Niro's best IMO. Christopher Walken also rocks), The Exorcist, Jaws, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the Poseidon Adventure, etc etc (Rocky is one of those etc's...oh and who could forget Debbie Does Dallas? And Star Wars).
The 70s had a lot of great flicks. In fact, I'm probably going to watch some of them this weekend.
if you like the movie, read the book. It centers around Chief...instead of McMurphy like in the movie. Both book and film adaptation are still great IMO...they did it justice, which cannot be said about many book to movie adaptations.
I can't tell you how much I love that movie
I have seen "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest"
I thought it was a great movie. loved it, but I am not watching it again.
Yes to all of those movies! (less Debbie Does Dallas .... She's just nasty )
An amazing movie, it makes me sick that all we are producing movie wise now is awful remakes.
I bought Network recently (couldn't find it to rent around here) so my 21 year old daughter could see it. We watched it together last night. She was pretty flipped out. Amazing screenplay, amazing acting.
I don't know if anyone mentioned "All That Jazz", but that was another great one from the period.
It was pretty depressing.
Fantastic movie. **** I hate Nurse Ratchet. :scowl: