I don't understand how anyone can call Shampoo (1975) a comedy. Directed by Hal Ashby, written by Robert Towne and Warren Beatty, it takes place on election night, 1968 and concerns a hairdresser named George (Beatty) who sleeps with every woman he claps eyes on. As far as I can tell it's just a movie for Beatty to be a ladies man (which they say he was in real life). So...um...yeah.
Things to like about this film:
Goldie Hawn being sweet and adorable, wearing mini dresses and having big eyelashes
Julie Christie's ridiculously posh British accent
Jack Warden (Saul from While You Were Sleeping)
Crazy-silly 60s/70s clothes
Random Carrie Fisher appearance
The entire soundtrack is The Beatles and The Beach Boys...feels like a road trip with my grandpa
The end in which the primary women George chases desert him (thank God)
Things to hate about this film:
Pretty much everything else.
Sorry, Warren Beatty, I don't like you in this movie. At all.