Tagged: 1970s

Burt Reynolds Hooper 1978 stunt man movie

Hooper (1978) – A Review

Sonny Hooper (Burt Reynolds) is the top stuntman in the business. But age and years of injuries on his body are catching up to him. He’s keeping himself together with painkillers...

Breakout 1975 Charles Bronson Sheree North

Breakout (1975) – A Review

Robert Duvall is framed for a crime by his nefarious uncle John Huston. Duvall is sent to a dirty, violent Mexican prison and his wife Jill Ireland wants to get him...

Executive Action (1973) – A Review

Executive Action Right-wing powerful conspirators are at work to kill President John F. Kennedy. They meticulously plan every detail and select an individual to take the fall – a fellow...

21 Hours At Munich 1976 docudrama

21 Hours At Munich (1976) – A Review

21 Hours At Munich The 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany becomes a dramatic stage of life and death when Arab terrorist group Black September kill two innocent lives before...

The Deadly Tower 1975 TV Movie Kurt Russell as Charles Whitman

The Deadly Tower (1975) – A Review

Kurt Russell as Charles Whitman in The Deadly Tower A 1975 television movie about the true story of Charles Whitman and the tragic shooting rampage on the University of Texas...

Clint Eastwood Escape From Alcatraz 1979 prison escape movie

Escape From Alcatraz (1979) – A Review

Clint Eastwood in Escape From Alcatraz It’s 1960 and Frank Morris (Clint Eastwood) has arrived at his new home – the maximum security prison Alcatraz. Morris has been transferred due...

Amazing Spider-Man 1977 tv show

Superhero Films – The Amazing Spider-Man (1977)

Marvel Comics’ famous wall-crawler gets his first live-action television series! Brainy college student Peter Parker (Nicholas Hammond) has his world turn upside down when a radioactive spider bites him. What...

The Candidate 1972 Robert Redford political movie

The Candidate (1972) – A Review

The Candidate Bill McKay (Robert Redford) has been convinced by political election specialist Marvin Lucas (Peter Boyle) to make a run for the California Senate. A Democratic candidate is needed...

S.O.S. Titanic 1979 television mini-series

S.O.S. Titanic (1979) – A Review

S.O.S. Titanic The unsinkable ship RMS Titanic is carrying a full load of passengers ranging from the wealthiest first class to the lowly poor third class. It looks like clear...

Smokey and the Bandit Burt Reynolds Sally Field

Smokey and The Bandit (1977) – A Review

Smokey and The Bandit Rich father and son Big and Little Enos (Pat McCormick and Paul Williams) have an odd pastime. They enjoy wagering courageous truckers if they can bootleg...