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Film Discussion Lunch -The Seventies

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Do you like talking movies? Do you like eating lunch? Why not combine the two as our gathering of film buffs leads to free flowing conversations on movies of any and every type. For our Film Discussion brunches, we will be starting out with a designated topic decided at the previous lunch, whether a filmmaker, era, style or genre.

For our second decade in review meetup (we've already done the eighties), bust out your bellbottoms cause it’s the seventies. With our group, we may be tempted to guide any ‘70’s discussion toward “New Hollywood” ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Hollywood ),
but the decade was also home to a great number of iconic cultural niches from
blaxplotation and kung fu movies to car chases and, of course, space operas. See you in March and have a nice day.

SUGGESTED VIEWING

Five Easy Pieces – 1970 (Bob Rafelson)

MASH – 1970 (Robert Altman)

Patton - 1970 – (Franklin J. Schaffner)

Dirty Harry – 1971 (Don Siegel)

Shaft – 1971 (Gordon Parks)

Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - 1971 (Mel Stuart)

The Godfather - 1972 (Francis Ford Coppola)

Last Tango in Paris - 1972 (Bernardo Bertolucci)

The Poseidon Adventure - 1972 – (Ronald Neame)

American Graffiti -1973 (George Lucas)

Enter the Dragon - 1973 (Robert Clouse)

The Exorcist - 1973 (William Friedkin)

Blazing Saddles - 1974 (Mel Brooks)

Foxy Brown - 1974 (Jack Hill)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – 1974 (Tobe Hooper)

Jaws – 1975 (Steven Spielberg)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show – 1975 (Jim Sharman)

Three Days of the Condor – 1975 (Sydney Pollack)

Logan’s Run - 1976 (Michael Anderson)

Rocky - 1976 (John G. Avildsen)

Taxi Driver - 1976 (Martin Scorsese)

Saturday Night Fever – 1977 (John Badham)

Smokey and the Bandit - 1977 (Hal Needham)

Star Wars - 1977 (George Lucas)

Grease – 1978 (Randall Kleiser)

Halloween – 1978 (John Carpenter)

National Lampoon’s Animal House - 1978 (John Landis)

Alien - 1979 (Ridley Scott)

Apocalypse Now! – 1979 (Francis Ford Coppola)

The Muppet Movie - 1979 (James Frawley)