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The Anniversary
9 years ago via Flixster

A camp classic for any gay mans collection...or straight.Blunt,bitchy and brutal.Bette Davis was made for films like this.Her dialogue is acid and she's on top form.Its so hilarious just watching her breeze through this film and rip all the other cast members to shreds.That said,the supporting cast have some great dialogue to play with too.A venomous controlling battle that drags everybodys ugly skeletons out of the closet and shames them mercilessly....except Bette's of course.Fun for all the family...not!

Boogie Nights
Boogie Nights (1997)
9 years ago via Flixster

Sex, drugs,and rock and roll.This movie kicks ass.Puts you right back in there...into the sensational seventies.I discovered a few fantastic actors in this movie that i wasn't familiar with that are now household names.My favourite being the brilliant William H.Macy.i felt so sorry for him in this movie.Mark Wahlberg blew me away too.A rapper he ain't but the man is a pretty good actor.Julianne Moore and Heather Graham are more than competant actresses to pull their roles off skillfully...and as for Burt Reynolds,it was a great return of a living legend.Laughs, twists and maybe a few tears.This ones a keeper.

Hair (1979)
9 years ago via Flixster

If you like 70's hippy chic and slightly absurd songs,which i do,then this is a must see.It definately ranks as an absolutely love it or absolutely hate it movie.I happen to be one who loves it."This is the dawning of the age of Aquarius...age of Aquairrrr-i-ussss".

Jesus Christ Superstar
9 years ago via Flixster

Great music,great story,great groovy clothes,great hair.The best version of Jesus downfall ever committed to screen or stage.The casts voices all are so unique and breathtaking.Every new generation should see this as the 70's style is so retro nowadays this actually looks well cool now.Top entertainment.

The Fury
The Fury (1978)
9 years ago via Flixster

An early Brian De Palma but some of his classic traits were already surfacing here.It paces steadily enough to keep your interest but does have a few lulls.Another brilliant De Palma ending to satisfy even the most bloodthirsty viewer.