#812 They All Laughed (1981)

Best known for being the notorious last movie for the young actress and Playboy model Dorothy Stratten, They All Laughed seems like an improvised movie made up on the spot as the filming went on.

The movie introduces a few gentlemen that work for some kind of a detective agency. This gives them a loose motive to follow some babes around in pointless scenes that seem drag on and on forever. As much as I enjoy watching NYC, observing someone tailgate someone other for twenty something minutes doesn’t really hold up my interest.

Their endeavors – that could in 2018 be described only as plain creepy – are here rewarded with them ending up making out with the models. Ben Gazzara plays the oldest wolf of the bunch who wanders around the city with beautiful women throwing themselves at his feet.

If there ever was a point to the movie, I completely missed it.

80s-o-meter: 57%

Total: 11%