Celebrities and comedians share their thoughts on pop culture of the 1970's.
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Michael Ian Black: "Young Frankenstein" is the funniest black-and-white movie ever, even funnier than "Schindler's List."
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During the credits Bella the Chimp examines and plays with an item from the year while a classic song from the corresponding year is played. See more »

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The '70s rule!
4 September 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I first became hooked on 'I Love the '80s', I thought, "The only thing that could possibly be better than this would be a take on the '70s." And, badda-bing badda-boom!

There were some parts of this series that were a little... raunchy (and sometimes downright grotesque. To my standards, anyway), to put it bluntly. But it's not enough to overshadow the all-around greatness of the series. The best ones I think are '72, '74 and '77.

True, it's not as *funny* as 'I Love the '80s,' but the '70s were *cooler*, so it's a different perspective. (I love the '80s for their sheer hilarious tackiness. The '70s I love for how awesome they really were.) It's also a lot more quickly paced, but that's probably so they can fit more artifacts in.

It's a real downer for me that I didn't get to live in the '70s. But with this series, I can still have lots of fun with the fantastic and the exceedingly cheesy alike!


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