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I'm not sure conservatives envy young people and liberals as much as 1970, but they fear and hate them more.
As Joe blows off steam in his favorite neighbohood tavern, Bill Compton (Dennis Patrick), a man who is his opposite in every possible way, wanders in.
In many ways it's quite an ugly film but is honorable in the fact that it makes no attempt to sugar-coat its subject matter.
I saw this movie while I was stationed in Long Beach, California. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. The things that came out of Peter Boyle's mouth was hysterical. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Gary Gilfoy
I seen this movie when I was in Vietnam , It's not a good movie but I liked it just becausePublished 2 months ago by Vietvet52
Fantastic acting and graphic as hell. I do not care who you are. If you watch it to the end, you will cry. Read morePublished 5 months ago by HLBAUM
Joe made Peter (Young Frankenstein) Boyle a star. I believe Archie Bunker was loosely based on this character. Read morePublished 15 months ago by submariner
Joe, 1970 film
It starts in a big city with a tall office building. A young woman walks to the IRT subway and returns home. Read more
Having been a young adult (mid-twenties) in 1970, the year "Joe" was released, I would have to say that this movie is a fairly realistic portrayal of the culture clashes of the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Doug Erlandson