Movie Monday- Three Days of the Condor

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It’s probably my favorite 1975 almost-spy-thriller. One of my favorite ’70s films. Complete with murder, CIA conspiracies, and unexpected romance. Oh, and did I mention the classy renditions of the 70s era spy-drum-music?

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Supposedly, Faye Dunaway sort of fell in love with Robert Redford during the filming of this movie. But, really, do you blame her? During Three Days of the Condor, there are many opportunities when Bob flashes his perfectly sculpted jaw line while talking on a payphone. Oh, Bobby.

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But besides having a perfect jawline, his character also likes photography and has a sensitive affection for the women he kidnaps. Need I say more?

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7 Responses

  1. and Bobby still looks good even to this day!

  2. danielle says:

    I think I remember this one.

  3. Chelsea says:

    Ha! My dad loves this movie! I accidentally taped over it one time when I was a kid and I thought he was going to explode! We bought it for him on DVD a few years back :)

  4. oh robert redford you handsome devil you. hehe…i haven’t seen this one, looks good and is now going on my must-see list ;)

  5. Sue says:

    Excellent film! The 70s spawned some wonderful spy-thriller movies. Would also recommend the 1974 film ‘The Parallax View’ starring Warren Beatty. Its not as good as ‘Three Days of the Condor’ but still fun to watch. Another of my favorites has to be ‘The Conversation’, another 1974 film starring Gene Hackman. It can be slow moving for some, but I found it riveting.

  6. Julie says:

    I love your movie posts! I haven’t seen this one but it is now on my list of “must sees”.

  7. Christina says:

    LOVE Robert Redford for three reasons:
    1. great actor
    2. great “old” man looks