Do you prefer old movies (1910 ~ 1970) or newer movies (1971 ~ present), which o

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  1. KaisMom profile image77
    KaisMomposted 7 years ago

    Do you prefer old movies (1910 ~ 1970) or newer movies (1971 ~ present), which ones and why?

  2. patrickrnoonan1 profile image59
    patrickrnoonan1posted 7 years ago

    This a tough question to answer. There are bad movies that are old and new.

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    I love old movies from about 50's thru the 60's. Especially love the romantic comedies with Rock Hudson, Doris Day, and those kinds of fun movies. Also enjoy some even older like the old time western with Audie Murphy or Gene Autry.  My husband and I get a kick out of those - not for the storyline but more for the feeling of stepping back in time.

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  5. mtd profile image61
    mtdposted 7 years ago

    Most of all, I like older new movies (1970's movies). For example: Dog Day Afternoon, Slapshot, Taxi Driver, Serpico, Deliverance, Rocky, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Love Story, The Deer Hunter, Annie Hall, The Bad News Bears, Godfather, etc.

  6. josh3418 profile image79
    josh3418posted 7 years ago

    Hard question to answer. I love all sorts of movies for all sorts of different reasons!
    Wizard of Oz, because it targeted all audiences and Inception, because it made constantly stay focused and aware of what was going on.  It depends on several variables, the director's ability to engage, the actors, and the actors chemistry with each other. If these variable exist, then I usually enjoy the movie. Great question!

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    oceansiderposted 7 years ago

    I do prefer old movies like Casa Blanca, Gone With the Wind, the Sound of Music, and many more old movies.  I like them because they were well done movies, with a lot of depth to the story, the personalities and relationships of the characters, and the fine acting.  Of course I like the fact that they weren't trashy, violent or idiotic.

    1. josh3418 profile image79
      josh3418posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I love the sound of music!

  8. Al Greenbaum profile image91
    Al Greenbaumposted 2 years ago

    I prefer the older ones. They had much more style and depth. Even "B" movies like "Cat People" had a lot of thought put into them. Today, the emphasis tends to be on special effects and Super Hero movies. Character - driven films are thin on the ground.


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