Every Man’s Woman – Lightweight Italian number from 1967 – Claudia Cardinale stars as a Brazilan beauty who dedicates her life to pleasing men – MANY men. There are some nice visuals of Rio here, and Claudia is beautiful, but there’s not too much going on. The title pretty much sums it up.
Straight Time – Dustin Hoffman as an ex-con who trys (although not very hard) to go straight. This one is surprisingly good. Hoffman is grittier than you might reasonably expect, and there are some good supporting performances by Harry Dean Stanton and especially M. Emmet Walsh. The screenplay is based on a novel by ex-con Eddie Bunker (who has a small role), and it has an authentic, close-to-the-street feel to it. Recommended.