Sunday, May 9, 2010

Theater Two: Catfights In The Movies

When a film maker is not sure about his/her movie performance at the box office, why not add a bit of a catfight? On Theater Two, we have examples where that approach was used -sometimes well justified by the storyline, sometimes not.

In the more explicit case below, from "Diamond Stud" (1969), I am sure the intention was to give more sexyness to an already charged movie for that time.




  1. that would've been better had the camera focused more on the fight NOT the people around them

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