The Bachelor Party (1957)
Reviewed by Glenn Erickson
Remember the beginning of the Paddy Chayefsky-Sidney Lumet film The Bachelor Party, where a group of men in a darkened room are watching a film, and we don't know what it is? That's Sexploitation! is a comprehensive documentary about a sleazy, yet strangely innocent, slice of prurient Americana. From VHS through the DVD days,
A source told Multivision Multimedia that the Bollywood actress' peppy song befitted the tone of the movie where four guys well into their 60's are just trying to have fun and choose Las Vegas as their destination.
The insider asserted that the song did come up during the meetings for the short listing of the soundtrack, but unfortunately, things did not work out.
The bachelor party comedy stars Hollywood legends - Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline. (Ani)
The movie turns upon a lower-middle-class clerk (stiff-upper-lip specialist Anthony Quayle) preparing to leave his loving, depressed, slatternly
Do you remember those days when the gym teacher had to pad out health class by wheeling in the 16mm projector from the Av department? They’d thread up classic tales about your body, narcotics, driving safety and manners. Things which kids nowadays can’t seem to handle.
When the Vcr arrived in schools, the 16mm projector was quickly dumped as teaching tool.
Where did these classic films go? Many arrived at the city dump. However a few lucky tens of thousands found themselves on the racks of the Av Geeks Archive. This repository of cinematic education is overseen by Skip Elsheimer. He started collecting the films after I moved out of the infamous PineHaus.
I am totally convinced that Mara would be generating serious awards buzz right about now if she, like all of the other people competing for a nomination, could have been in the United
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