Love Is On Our Side
Written by John Finley & Edward Edwards See more »
I have a vague memory of . . .
Between the Lines, and it's pleasant. BtL is one of those ensemble, renegade, rage-against-the-machine flicks that have always been with us, but were completely at home in Post-Watergate Land.
All I remember is that I enjoyed the actors (and if you look at the cast, it's an A-Team of talent), that Lindsey Crouse was really cute, and Jeff Goldblum insults some corporate suit or sell-out or whatever with "You pernicious eel-sh**!"
You can tell that Between the Lines didn't make much of a splash because--not counting mine--there are 9 reviews.
I saw the movie, I think, on HBO in something like 1978 or 1979, right about the time FM came out. FM was another ensemble, renegade ratm flick, but with great music and it was really dumb.
I don't remember Between the Lines being stupid.
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