I've seen the following 1970 films. Could you give me a few recommendations please?
And Soon the Darkness The AristoCats The Ballad of Cable Hogue Le boucher (The Butcher) Brewster McCloud Catch-22 Chibikko Remi to meiken Capi (Little Remi and Famous Dog Capi) Il conformista Deep End Diary of a Mad Housewife Entertaining Mr. Sloane Five Easy Pieces Le gendarme en balade (The Gendarme Takes Off) The Great White Hope Hi, Mom! Joe Kes The Landlord Let It Be Little Big Man Loot Love Story MASH Patton Perfect Friday Performance The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes Spring Night, Summer Night There’s a Girl in My Soup Up in the Cellar Wanda Watermelon Man Woodstock
Last Edit: May 12, 2019 16:06:49 GMT by gradytripp
My favs not yet mentioned are Even Dwarfs Started Small and Why Does Herr R Run Amok as well as two that I know pacinoyes loves too - Husbands and La Rupture . Also another Bertolucci he did after The Conformist (but it premiered before) the profound and mysterious The Spider's Stratagem - there's a stream online in clear quality I could link you to. Lesser but interesting films: the rare and hilarious Every Home Should Have One starring Marty Feldman, the tense racial Tick Tick Tick , and The Honeymoon Killers that plays like a Cassavetes-meets-John Waters noir, slightly co-directed by Martin Scorsese!
I've only seen three films on the year, with the top being The Conformist which already made your list. So I'll recommend my #2 - Two Mules for Sister Sara. Not sure how I caught it, think while channel surfing many years ago (so it definitely needs a re-watch too), but it's an entertaining little Western with great performances from Shirley MacLaine and Clint Eastwood.