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A movie buff's must have, It Came From the ‘70s is a book you have been waiting for. With over 45 movies produced in the 1970's, this book is one you will cherish for years to come. The ‘70s era brought such films as Rocky, Superman, Dracula, Freaky Friday, The Godfather Parts I and II, Star Wars, The Black Hole, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and so many more masterpiece films.
The film reviews in this book were written in the Quad City Times between 1970 and 1979. Each film has its own chapter in this book. Each chapter includes a few pages about the movie, pictures of movie scenes, the movie rating, the cast, release date, director, writer and the actors. At the end of each chapter you will also find Trivia questions (and answers) about the movie actors, etc.
At the end of the book, you will find the Best and Worst films of 1976, 1977, 1978 and 1979. Did you know that Animal House was the #1 best film of 1978, while Grease was the #1 worst, and that Apocalypse Now was the #1 best film of 1979? You just can’t go wrong with these 256 pages of classic information!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book about the classic movies of the ‘70s. It brought back a lot of memories and reminded me of things I’d forgotten about the movies. The author did an extremely good job of researching this information and compiling it into this awesome tribute to the‘70s era.