Thursday, October 19, 2017

Everything You Ever Need To Know About Life...

... you can learn from:

Theresa: Everybody's taking something 
or they'd never make it till morning. 

Looking For Mr. Goodbar, which contains the legend Diane Keaton's greatest performance (not to mention Richard Gere dancing in a jockstrap), was released in New York City 40 years ago today. Have you seen it? It's difficult to find (it's out of print because of music rights) but if you've seen it you never forget it. (And I don't just mean Richard Gere in a jockstrap although that's true too.) You can see some of our previous posts on it right here.


Pierce said...

I read the book before I saw the movie, and really liked it. I thought it was a good, suspenseful movie. I was a little disappointed by the movie because there were things in the book that were left out. Still, I thought it was well made and very creepy. Who knew, when we saw Richard Gere doing push-ups in his jock, that he was going to be such a fine, distinguished actor. It was good to see Tuesday Weld, Richard Kiley, and this was the first time Diane Keaton really took off as an actress. Thanks for honoring the movie.

Anonymous said...

By difficult you mean if you're not the kind of person who just goes to morally questionable torrent sites when something isn't officially available.