Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea. —Henry Fielding

19 March 2012

The Briefest of Reviews from 1970

As I watch all of these movies from 1970, some are amazing films that I would never have seen (The Molly Maguires: so good!), some have brilliant acting (The Great White Hope, I Never Sang for My Father), and some are great lessons from the history of the time-period (Joe). Others, like The Hawaiians, have enormous casts and spend lots of money, but can't manage to tell a story that anyone would want to watch.

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