10 Best Films of 1976
The Shootist, The Man Who Would Be King, Small Change, Taxi Driver, The Magic Flute, The Clockmaker, Network, Swept Away, Rocky, All the President’s Men, Silent Movie, Brothel Number 8, Stay Hungry, Cousin Cousine, Buffalo Bill and The Indians, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
Dogs – Eat My Dust, The Omen, Midway, A*P*E, Gable and Lombard, Two-Minute Warning
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Ah yes, when Siskel still looked like Ned Flanders. I do miss the Billy Joel opening theme music.
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