For some reason, it was just one really good movie after another this update cycle.  So naturally, I had to break the streak by watching something produced by David Friedman…

Bummer! (1973), which would be indistinguishable from a 1930’s vicesploitaion movie were it not for all the ugly clothes, ugly hair, and ugly music…

The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976), in which Jodie Foster illuminates the gentler side of Rhoda Penmark…

Marooned (1969), in which the Apollo 13 crisis arrives two years early…

Sisters (1973), in which Margot Kidder sadly does not carry around a big wicker basket…

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), which blows my mind by causing me to rave about a Disney movie derived from Jules Verne…

and…

Weird Woman (1944), in which a much more deserving novel is adapted in such a way as to provoke no raving whatsoever.



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