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American Graffiti August 21, 2006

Posted by Shujath in English, Movies, Reviews.

This film made by George Lucas (pre Star Wars) and produced by Francis Ford Coppola is considered to be one of the best films of all time and was nominated for many Oscars too. The movie is about the events which happen during one night involving 4 friends who have finished school and are about to move forward.

Actually, the cover of this movie says….”Where were you in the 60s?” On reading further about this I found out that this movie was made in 1973 but the setting was in the 60s…so, this was kind of a nostalgic look 10 years back at that time. Anyways, I found the movie strictly okay with some interesting moments interspersed here and there. But I surely consider this better when compared to other “classics” which were made during this period and which I’ve seen. Coming to the cast the only recognizable face was director Ron Howard and Harrison Ford (in a cameo).

I think you can watch it only if you have the curiosity to check out famous movies made in the past…otherwise give it a miss



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