One of the many forgotten movies of the 1970s stars Lynda Carter and Marjoe Gortner as a kind of free wheeling Bonnie and Clyde but with a country-pop music soundtrack and a newly minted Wonder Woman at the helm of the feature.
Like a lot of outlaw movies of the ’70s, the film features a lot of Dukes of Hazzard-light car stunts and shootouts. It’s definitely worth checking out if you like watching Lynda Carter tooling around in hot rods.
Lovely Jamie Lee Curtis — Late 1970s
After fresh faced Jamie Lee Curtis took the role of Laurie Strode in Halloween she had no idea why people would want to watch such a stressful movie. After all, why would audiences want to freak themselves out?
Curtis says that she didn’t really get it until she saw the movie with an audience full of people who were completely invested in Laurie’s survival. She told the New York Times :
I remember going to see it in Hollywood, and in the middle of the movie, when Laurie is walking across the street to the house where P.J. Soles’s character has just been strangled, this woman stood up and screamed, ‘Don’t go in https://www.besthookupwebsites.org/pink-cupid-review there!’ In that second, I understood exactly what John intended. The audience cared about Laurie.
This just shows the power of seeing a movie like Halloween with a large group of people, it absolutely beats watching a movie alone at home.
Sharon Tate had everything stretching out in front of her. She was the star of films like Valley of the Dolls, a marriage to a successful director, and a house in the hills. But in turned into a nightily barged into her home to kill her and her friends in order to send a message to a Hollywood producer. Fortsett å lese «Young and happy — Sharon Tate in the 1960s»