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Best 70s Crime

From 'The Godfather' to 'Chinatown' and 'Mean Street's, the 1970s was arguably crime's greatest decade. So pick a flick and get exploring; there's not a bad choice on the list!

Michael Caine Movies

The most impersonated man in Britain, Michael Caine actually once imitated other people's imitations of him on an interview with Michael Parkinson. Fun fact: Caine quit an 80-a-day cigarette habit in the early 70s after a lecture by Tony Curtis. "Not a lot of people know that."

'Old New Black': Gritty 70s Neo-Noir

With 'The Long Goodbye', 'Chinatown', and 'The French Connection', it could well be argued that Neo-Noir peaked in the 1970s; get your weekly quota of grit with this collection of the decade's greatest hits.

Best 70s Thrillers

Only the very best thrillers from the 1970s have made it on to this collection, including Jack Nicholson's neo-noir masterpice 'Chinatown' and Robert De Niro's dark psychological character-study 'Taxi Driver'!

'The Krays' Favorite List': Classic British Crime

Think good-old fashioned mobsters existed solely in New York, Chicago, and Vegas? Think again. These gangsters hail from England's green and pleasant lands (although they tend to hang around the dark satanic mills).

'Movies Like Dirty Harry': Best 70s Action

Packed with martial arts masters, hard-edge cops, and twitchy gunslingers - this list of 70s action greats is not for no-good long-hairs hippy freaks! Make sure to check out 'The Outlaw Josey Wales' for one of the greatest Spaghetti Westerns Eastwood ever produced, as well as 'The Warriors' for a cult favorite!

'Movies Like Snatch': British Gangster Films

This list proves one thing for certain: the Brits get grit! Enjoy our collection of the finest British gangster movies out there, classic and modern. More Vinnie Jones than you could shake a stick at (although shaking anything at Vinnie Jones is probably not a good idea).

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