70smovies

26,297 Photos and Videos

17 minutes ago

“Ah, wouldn’t it be great to see Apocalypse Now in the cinema”Well, now that time has come. About to watch the IMAX presentation of Apocalypse Now:The Final Cut

41
23 minutes ago

In the first half of the first four Alien movies, one or two characters are introduced and built up in a way to make the audience think that they are going to be important characters throughout the story, only to have them killed off less than halfway through. In this movie, it is Dallas (Tom Skerritt). Although Weyland-Yutani and Ash are the real villains of the movie. Dallas is also held accountable for what happens in the movie Dallas orders Ripley to open the airlock and disregards Ripley's quarantine concern which Ash breaks by opening the airlock and allowing Kane to brought back aboard with the Facehugger attached to his face When Ripley, Dallas and Ash examines the dead Facehugger, Dallas allows Ash to take the Facehugger back to Earth and have tests run on it, unaware of Special Order 937 and that Ash was under orders by Weyland-Yutani to direct the Nostromo to the planet and bring the alien back to Earth for observation If Dallas had followed the quarantine procedure and had listened to Ripley, the Nostromo crew excluding Ripley would not had been killed by the alien and Ripley wouldn't had blown up the ship 1979 Alien - 40th Anniversary . ridleyscott alien hrgiger horror xenomorph sigourneyweaver ellenripley ripley lv426 aliens horrormovies 70smovies filmisnotdead movie movies greatmovie moviebuff moviestowatch movielovers cultmovie film films filmfan cinephile cinephilecommunity cinematography filmmaking filmfeed inspacenoonecanhearyouscream

80
27 minutes ago

The shot where the Xenomorph's tail goes through Lambert's legs and up her back, was actually taken from the scene in which Brett was killed. The pants and boots don't fit what Lambert is wearing in the scene, where she encounters the Alien. Originally, her character was to crawl away from the Alien, and essentially die from fright, hiding in a locker, but this was never shot. Another take on Lambert's death involved her getting sucked through a tiny hole into space in the airlock sequence. This would be used for the newborn's death in Alien: Resurrection (1997) The scene where the Alien enters the room and approaches Lambert was trimmed down and re-shot. Originally, it was filmed in wide shots, showing the full Alien as it approached Lambert while walking on all fours. Ridley Scott felt it made the Xenomorph appear too human in configuration, so it was re-shot mainly with close-ups, and far less focus on the Alien 1979 Alien - 40th Anniversary . ridleyscott alien hrgiger horror xenomorph sigourneyweaver ellenripley ripley lv426 aliens horrormovies 70smovies filmisnotdead movie movies greatmovie moviebuff moviestowatch movielovers cultmovie film films filmfan cinephile cinephilecommunity cinematography filmmaking filmfeed inspacenoonecanhearyouscream

120
37 minutes ago

It was conceptual artist Ron Cobb who came up with the idea that the Alien should bleed acid. This came about when Dan O'Bannon couldn't find a reason why the Nostromo crew wouldn't just shoot the Alien with a gun. During early development, O'Bannon and Ronald Shusett ran into a writing impasse while trying to work out how the alien would get aboard the ship Shussett came up with the idea "the alien fucks one of them", which was eventually developed into the facehugger concept. This method of reproduction via implantation was deliberately intended to invoke images of male rape and impregnation, so both writers were adamant that the facehugger victim be a man: . Firstly, because they wanted to avoid the horror cliché of women being depicted as the easy first target; secondly, because they felt that making a female the casualty of a symbolic rape felt inappropriate; and thirdly, to make the male viewers feel more uncomfortable with this reversal of genre conventions 1979 Alien - 40th Anniversary . ridleyscott alien hrgiger horror xenomorph sigourneyweaver ellenripley ripley lv426 aliens horrormovies 70smovies filmisnotdead movie movies greatmovie moviebuff moviestowatch movielovers cultmovie film films filmfan cinephile cinephilecommunity cinematography filmmaking filmfeed inspacenoonecanhearyouscream

120
48 minutes ago

Happy birthday Robert Redford, who’s turning 83 years old today! Here he is with Barbra Streisand in “The Way We Were” (1973) ••• 💛DID YOU KNOW? He Dislikes watching his own films. The only film in which he was completely satisfied with his own performance was “The Sting” (1973). ⭐️IMDB: 7.1 ••• RobertRedford Barbrastreisand 1973 1970s 70s seventies 70smovies 70sfashion 1970sfashion thewaywewere classicromance classicactor classicactress classiccouple oldhollywood vintagehollywood classichollywood oldmovies classicmovies vintagemovies oldcinema classiccinema vintagecinema goldenageofhollywood oldhollywoodstars

1114
7 hours ago

When it came to superheroes that I loved when I was a kid, Superman was at the top of the heapand when I first saw Christopher Reeve as Superman in 1978 as a 7-year old kid, he'd cement his spot as being my favorite portrayal.  When I saw that IronStudios was releasing a Superman 1978 Deluxe statue, I was all over it.  It's awesome! KenCollects Superman SupermanTheMovie ChristopherReeve ClarkKent KalEl ManOfSteel 1978 70smovies IronStudios 110scale DCcomics DCUniverse DCEU superhero superheroes DCsuperheroes statue statuecollectors dcstatues dcstatue dcstatuecollectors

260
7 hours ago

Matthew Sharpe on “Rollerball” — the latest installment in our Convoy Your Enthusiasm series, about action movies c. 1974-1983, today at HILOBROW! 70smovies jamescaan

51
8 hours ago

𝐇𝐚𝐩𝐩𝐲 𝐛𝐢𝐫𝐭𝐡𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝐑𝐨𝐛𝐞𝐫𝐭 𝐃𝐞 𝐍𝐢𝐫𝐨💞 What’s your favorite De Niro movie? Mine’s is The Godfather movies♥️

498
8 hours ago

The Hired Hand (1971) ⠀ Director: Peter Fonda Cinematographer: Vilmos Zsigmond

171
19 hours ago

TAXI DRIVER is arguably one of the finest, most literary films. Too many times I saw parts of this movie or else the end. Today, by coincidence Robert DeNiro’s birthday marks the first time I’ve seen the entire movie. Paul Schrader’s script and characters coupled with Martin Scorsese’s exceptional eye for detail and editing make Taxi Driver an experience not entertainment. taxidriver taxidrivermovie movies film cinema martinscorsese paulschrader travisbickle robertdeniro cybillshepherd harveykeitel jodiefoster peterboyle albertbrooks bernardhermann 70smovies loneliness vigilantes existentialism 1975

130
20 hours ago

👽💖

282
20 hours ago

Repost 100yearsofmotionpictures • • • • • John Travolta in “Grease” (1978) ••• 💛DID YOU KNOW? For a time, this was the third highest-grossing movie of all time, behind “Jaws” (1975) and “Star Wars” (1977). ⭐️IMDB: 7.2 ••• JohnTravolta Grease Olivianewtonjohn 1978 1970s 70s seventies 70smovies 50sfashion 1950sfashion classicactor classichollywood oldhollywood vintagehollywood vintageactor oldmovies classicmovies vintagemovies oldcinema classiccinema vintagecinema goldenageofhollywood oldhollywoodstars

392
21 hours ago

75s

371
1 day ago

Director Martin Scorsese claims that the most important shot in the movie is when Bickle is on the phone trying to get another date with Betsy The camera moves to the side slowly and pans down the long, empty hallway next to Bickle, as if to suggest that the phone conversation is too painful and pathetic to bear When Paul Schrader was first writing the script, he believed that he was just writing about loneliness, but as the process went on, he realized he was writing about the pathology of loneliness His theory being that, for some reason, some men (such as Schrader himself) subconsciously push others away to maintain their isolation, even though the main source of their torment is this very isolation 1976 Taxi Driver . newyorkcity taxidriver martinscorsese robertdeniro bobby travisbickle vietnamvet masterpiece 70s 70smovies 35mm filmisnotdead movie movies greatmovie moviefan moviescenes moviebuff moviestowatch movielovers movienerd cultmovie film films filmfan cinephile cinephilecommunity cinematography filmmaking filmfeed

443
1 day ago

The scene where Travis Bickle is talking to himself in the mirror was completely ad-libbed by Robert De Niro. The screenplay details just said, "Travis looks in the mirror." . Martin Scorsese claims that he got the inspiration for the scene from Marlon Brando mouthing words in front of a mirror in Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967) Paul Schrader decided to make Bickle a Vietnam veteran because the national trauma of the war seemed to blend perfectly with Bickle's paranoid psychosis, making his experiences after the war more intense and threatening Thus, Bickle chooses to drive his taxi anywhere in the city as a way to feed his hatred 1976 Taxi Driver . newyorkcity taxidriver martinscorsese robertdeniro bobby travisbickle vietnamvet masterpiece 70s 70smovies 35mm filmisnotdead movie movies greatmovie moviefan moviescenes moviebuff moviestowatch movielovers movienerd cultmovie film films filmfan cinephile cinephilecommunity cinematography filmmaking filmfeed

361
1 day ago

·I woke up. The pain and sickness all over me like an animal. Then I realized what it was. The music coming up from the floor was our old friend, Ludwig Van, and the dreaded Ninth Symphony. 🎥 A Clockwork Orange, 1971 aclockworkorange anthonyburgess malcolmmcdowell stanleykubrick kubrickday discoverkubrick ninthsymphony ludwigvanbeethoven classicmusic the70s 70sstyle mood70s 70svintage 70smovies musiclover🎶 wildyouth cinemalighting cinemalover movieaddiction moviegeek cinephilie cinephilescommunity

11133
1 day ago

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975) directed by Milos Forman. It Swept the Oscars on the top 5 categories, best film, actor, actress, director and screenplay, it also earned six Golden Globes Awards. A classic. jacknicholson louisefletcher milosforman bestpicture bestactor bestactress bestdirector oneflewoverthecuckoosnest oscarwinner goldenglobewinner cinefilos moviescenes movieclips classicmovies cinephile cinephilecommunity films hollywood cine cinema movies movielover 70smovies 70s 1970s movietime🎬 ilovemovies ilovefilm starpower moviestars

660
1 day ago

Happy 40th anniversary to Monty Python's The Life of Brian, the audacious and hilarious biblical comedy-parody by the famed comedy troupe (director/co-writer/co-star Terry Jones and co-writers/stars Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin). It's about a Jewish man named Brian (Chapman) who was born on the same day as Jesus (and right next door to him as a matter of fact) and he gets mistaken for a messiah by many. I still gasp in the sheer temerity of this movie with it's biting, unapologetically ballsy and sociopolitical shot at religion and how much shit they got away with back in the late '70s and it's all done in that brilliant and absurdist Monty Python fashion from the wacky Bond-film esque opening and the fight that breaks out during Jesus' public speech to a random alien encounter and the jovial crucifixion scene. It's daring and edgy for it's time as well as fucking hilarious. Life of Brian is not for the easily offended but if your enjoy irreverent humor, it's right up your alley. montypythonslifeofbrian terryjones dyronrises religiouscomedy satiricalfilms parodyfilms lifeofbrian 🎶 themancalledbrian🎶 dontyoudoyoumindme whatssospecialaboutthecheesemaker dontcallmyhusbandbignose naughtiousmaximus biggusdickus incontinetalbuttocks romansgohome illtakeyoutothefuckingcleaner shutupbignose howshouldwefuckoffmylord 🎶 alwayslookonthebrightsideoflife🎶 grahamchapman johncleese terrygilliam ericidle michaelpalin 1979movies 70smovies cinemainternationalcorporation orionpictures warnerbros

304
1 day ago

i want my room to look like kevin pickford’s | dazed and confused | 1994

238612
1 day ago

🎥 :Taxi Driver 🚖(1976)©️Columbia Pictures 🎞️ "One of the things about acting is it allows you to live other people's lives without having to pay the price." ▫️ 🗣️ Robert De Niro 🗯️ ⬜ 👣 | Follow us for more addict.screen 📺 taxidriver robertdeniro deniro martinscorsese scorsese dramamovies iconicduo goodfellas casinomovie theirishman thriller actionmovies actorstudio actorlife italianamericans bestacting bestactor bestdirector moviehistory movieaddict cinematographer cinemalovers cinematography filmmaker iconicscene 70smovies 70s 70sfilm 70sfashion popculture

910
1 day ago

John Travolta in “Grease” (1978) ••• 💛DID YOU KNOW? For a time, this was the third highest-grossing movie of all time, behind “Jaws” (1975) and “Star Wars” (1977). ⭐️IMDB: 7.2 ••• JohnTravolta Grease Olivianewtonjohn 1978 1970s 70s seventies 70smovies 50sfashion 1950sfashion classicactor classichollywood oldhollywood vintagehollywood vintageactor oldmovies classicmovies vintagemovies oldcinema classiccinema vintagecinema goldenageofhollywood oldhollywoodstars

367547
1 day ago

davidmarcellevine on “The Parallax View” — the latest installment in our Convoy Your Enthusiasm series, about action movies c. 1974-1983, today at HILOBROW! 70smovies warrenbeatty

110
1 day ago

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

471
1 day ago

Salute to Peter Fonda, one of the true heroes of genre film, with a top vinyltrucking favorite, HIGH-BALLIN’ aka CONVOY II aka TRUCK DRIVERS. Canadian wintertime trucker hijacking movie from 1978 also starring Jerry Reed & Helen Shaver. 👏🏼👏🏼🚛🚚📽 peterfonda rippeterfonda RIP actor thankyoupeterfonda 1978 1970s 70smovies 70smovies HIGHBALLIN truckermovies trucker truckermovie jerryreed helenshaver canuxploitation bmovie canadianmovie genrefilm genremovies THELIMEY DIRTYMARYCRAZYLARRY KILLERFORCE 92INTHESHADE RACEWITHTHEDEVIL THEHIREDHAND EASYRIDER THEWILDANGELS

621
1 day ago

The King of Marvin Gardens (1972) ⠀ Director: Bob Rafelson Cinematographer: László Kovács