Up the Sandbox ★★★½

This quasi-feminist and even more quasi-political Walter Mitty-esque romp about the waking fantasies of a frustrated housewife is far better than its reputation, and a good reminder that studios were actually willing to take chances back in the 70s. Sure, some of its politics would be deemed as "problematic" by today's standards, but there isn't a dull moment in this schizophrenic comedy, and Barbara is truly at her best here.