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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Un film superbe, désespérant et mortellement pessimiste... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    A film oddly at 90 degrees from the contemporary cinema of the late 1970s with its heavily, albeit shocking, moralistic conclusion. Nevertheless it has a seriousness about the endeavour and doesn't rush itself (perhaps a little too slowly) while Anne of Green Gables sullies herself. There's a distinct lineage with many horror films of the following years where promiscuity didn't pay either. Keaton is a treat.

  3. lessthanzero's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

  4. C's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    There is...a lot...a lot...going on in this movie (/the 70s). Diane Keaton and Tuesday Weld are great in it.

  5. Aardsy's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    That's my kinda broad!

  6. Samuel Donath's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Say what you like: This is a bold film. Not only because of the time it was made (1977), but for showing a woman's sexuality on screen. Given what I like about it: There are a few things I really dislike about it. The fact that she is punished in the end for exploring her sexuality, and the treatment of homosexuals are things I find objectionable. It is a story of a time in the 70s. Needs to be on DVD so more can see

  7. Nelson Núñez's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Esta película debería llamarse Sanción Moral.

  8. Amandenberg's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

  9. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Recommended for the performance of the actors.

  10. existentialgirl's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Diane Keaton is riveting; this film and its gloriously eccentric performances (Keaton, Richard Gere, Tom Berenger's to name a few) are completely underrated. I'm a huge Annie Hall fan, but I think this performance deserved the Oscar. A weird, dark, hedonistic journey through the 70's... It's somethin' else.

  11. LOCO-MOSTIV's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Experience visuelle incroyable !

  12. Matt Burgess's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Awesome 70s 'New York-as-hell' flick about a prim school-teacher's thirst for annihilation. Its been labeled by critics as a conservative morality tale against promiscuity but the actual film isn't really political, its more a character study of a self-destructive person, constantly looking for increasingly dangerous and reckless thrills to enliven her mundane life. Not gonna lie, I could relate.

  13. Conquest of Gaul's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Did the censorship board make this film with the Catholic church to get some sort of revenge for the 1968 end of the thirty four year Production Code...hmm.

  14. Mayukh Sen's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    it's like the papacy decided to commission a cinematic moral piece advising against sexual promiscuity. absurdly didactic and terribly facile.

  15. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    A complex and enthralling examination of complicated emotion, clashing values, and even strange humor - all leading to a truly disturbing climax. Masterfully crafted by writer-director Richard Brooks and centered around a superb, authentic performance by Diane Keaton. A fascinating look at American culture in the 1970s and a true classic.

  16. Rakeem's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Yes it's flawed, but Keaton's performance is a tour de force.

  17. Ramzi Abed's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    An incredible film that I really wish was on dvd. It has the best last 15 minutes of a film ever, second to "2001". AMAZING.

  18. christopherjohn's rating of the film Looking for Mr. Goodbar

    Clunky, fascinating screenplay.