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Do you prefer the classic golden era movies? (15)

May 5, 2020 2:04 AM CSTDo you prefer the classic golden era movies?

Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?(Vote Below)

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Yes
55%
11 Votes
No
25%
5 Votes
AT times....go ahead list your favorites.....vs contemporary ones
20%
4 Votes
20 Total Votes
Awake and watching a commentary on the golden era of hollywood....so just throwing this out...
May 9, 2020 4:29 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Not2seriously
Not2seriouslyNot2seriouslyle Marais Paris & SmallTown CO, Ile-de-France France9 Threads 253 Posts
My TVs never leave TCM, and some are always on, except when they are running a "new" movie (after about 1980 unless foreign). I hate it when one of the new hosts decides to run a bunch of "movies with a message" and tells me about it. This afternoon was "The Third Man" which I seen many times and never tire of.

The nice thing about pre-1950 films is that the stars are all dead, so there is no political blowback. And they had STYLE.
May 9, 2020 6:36 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
I'm not sure when the "Golden Era" was but I do prefer older films. I don't need color or explosions or loud music to make a movie interesting.
May 9, 2020 6:42 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
I just watched a beautiful movie tittled: "Gifted"...
I love old movies and totally dislike this tendency of taking huge successes and trashing them with crazy sequels... Like Star Wars and the 18 extra movies going from the end to the beginning... Han Solo... Chew Bacca and all his family... Oh, Lord... Omg, and those "Terminator" sequels... Some things you have to leave as they are because they are perfect... Two first "Terminator" movies were great... But all the rest... Jeez... Looking at a 70+ year old Arnold... Nope... doh laugh
May 9, 2020 9:04 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
I have DISH TV and they gave out over a month long of free movie channels. There was a few movies I saw that were very good. A Fault In Our Stars and Five Feet Apart were 2 movies having to do with teenage cancer and love. Kepler's Dream was another good one. Wonder is about a boy with a disfigured face that goes to public school in 5th grade after being home schooled.
May 9, 2020 9:08 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
The Fault In Our Stars...
May 9, 2020 9:13 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Five Feet Apart...
May 9, 2020 9:18 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Kepler's Dream...
May 9, 2020 9:22 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Melody1671: I just watched a beautiful movie tittled: "Gifted"...
May 9, 2020 9:45 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Melody1671: I just watched a beautiful movie tittled: "Gifted"...
Reminds me of another movie about a gifted little boy called Little Man Tate...
May 10, 2020 1:13 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Yes, if you are talking about the golden years of cinematography when cameras focused on human emotions instead of special effects. Those days wouldn’t have been possible without the queen of golden cinematography Greta Garbo.... imho...



May 10, 2020 1:34 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
@Karlo... I have never watched that one... But "gifted" is such a sweet movie... The little girl's acting is just amazing... And the guy... Omg... That movie melted my heart... heart beating
May 10, 2020 1:37 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
There are a couple commercials Garbo made when she was ~16.... 99 years ago as shown in this short interview with Orson Wells.

Orson Welles on Greta Garbo - From the "Swedish Cow" to the "Most Divine Creature"

May 27, 2020 7:28 AM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
One of my favorite classics is Penny Serenade with Dunne and Grant...very well done for sure...and for moi any movie that leaves a lasting impression...that one wants to watch again...and also that you keep thinking of for a few hours afterwards...
May 27, 2020 9:02 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
One of the most amazing movies ever made with an incredible cast. They sure don't make movies like this anymore.

May 27, 2020 9:19 PM CST Do you prefer the classic golden era movies?
Hmmm, movies with plots, good dialog and screen writing versus movies that center around special effects and explosions and are typically a collection of set pieces. confused
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