Best films of the 70s

The 70s was a truly unique decade, with the free expression of personality at the heart of fashion. The films made during this decade bring us closer to understanding the era. Great stars such as Faye Dunaway, Diane Keaton and Mery Streep, or Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Nicholson, John Travolta played popular roles in the best films of the 70s.



The Godfather Part II (1974)

Francis Ford Coppola continued the story of the iconic mafia family. Some argue that this film is one of the best sequels ever made. With performances by Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, the film follows two story threads. The story of the new Don and a prequel story that follows the rise of Vito. An epic drama that is well crafted and considered by many to be the best film ever made.

 

Star Wars (1977)

One of the most successful and biggest franchises of all time. George Lucas’ vision was questioned by many at its inception, but his film has become one of the most significant milestones in cinema history.

 

Rocky (1976)

Sylvester Stallone starred in the film that gave him the career turnaround he had been longing for and launched him on the road to worldwide stardom. The film centres on the protagonist, who goes from a debt collector for successful boxer. It is a series that has spawned many sequels.

 




Taxi Driver (1976)

Martin Scorsese’s film following the life of a former Vietnam veteran. He drives a cab on the streets of New York. It is a favourite film of many. Starring Robert De Niro, it is considered one of the iconic films of the 70s.

 

 

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Chinatown (1974)

The story of Mrs Mulwray and Jake Gittes, a private detective hired by a lady in order to spy on her husband. The film is a neo-noir classic. Starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway, it is a film that is still talked about and analysed to this day.

 

All The President’s Men (1976)

The film is about President Nixon and the Watergate scandal. Probably the best film ever made about journalists. We see the story from the point of view of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who, as journalists, investigate the crime.

 



The Clockwork Orange (1971)

Stanley Kubrick’s much-discussed film. The story centres on the experimentation of an ex-convict imprisoned for committing a crime. After its release, it was heavily criticised and much loved. It is considered Kubrick’s best work, in which he reveals the ideology of crime and power structures.

 

Kramer Vs. Kramer (1979)

The film overturned conventional expectations of what the idea of parenthood means to most people. The film shows that a father can be single. It also shows that there can be a mother who has no interest in raising a child. The performances by Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep contributed to the defining drama of the decade.

 

Annie Hall (1977)

A satirical romantic comedy-drama. Woody Allen directed the film. The film starred Diane Keaton in a role written especially for her. The American Film Writers Guild called it the funniest film ever written.

 

Saturday Night Fever (1977)

A cult film from the 70s starring John Travolta. It was this film that made him world famous, in which he played Tony Manero. A star of the local disco. Everyone’s a fan. He charms the girls with his inimitable hip moves. He spends his busy weekdays working in a paint shop, but on Saturday night he takes to the disco floor.

 

Grease (1978)

A romantic comedy made world famous by evergreen music. Starring John Travolta and Olivis Newton-John, Danny and Sandy’s love story became a worldwide cult film about young love.

 

Hair (1979)

American musical comedy-drama. Directed by Milos Forman. The film was received positively by critics. The story takes place during the Vietnam War. Claude is drafted into the war, but he befriends a group of hippies. He learns about the anti-war idea. Also with the free lifestyle, without ties.

 

 

 

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