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Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice(1969)

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  • b c t a

    • kevin sellers
    • 11/26/16

    Far from my favorite Mazursky film. It's got a lot of brashness and exuberance (a good thing) but little of the humanity that Mazursky would put into later films like "Harry And Tonto" and "Unmarried Woman" (my faves.) And the satire of these four yuppies before the term had been coined is on the heavy handed side (i.e. the opening Esalen scene) However, you can't get around the appeal of Natalie Wood and Elliot Gould in his breakthrough role. Give it a B for them.

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    • Michael Whitty
    • 11/9/16

    A sensitivity gathering and a greater appreciation of liberated lifestyles get two couples from Los Angeles into some new thinking on how to live. This Paul Mazursky film from 1969 has some new lifestyle thinking that made it a hit back then. Robert Culp and Natalie Wood are one couple and Elliot Gould and Dyan Cannon are another as they try something new for themselves. This was funny and took in the changing ideas of the late 60s. When they go to Las Vegas the men pair up with the other's wife but that doesn't work out too well. "What the world needs now is LOVE sweet LOVE...."

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    • Joe
    • 7/9/08

    Natalie Wood shines in this ensemble hit of the late 60's. The Robert Culp part should have been played by Warren Beatty or Jack Nicholson and the Dyan Cannon part by Streisand.Natalie photographs incredably in this film.

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