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  1. I'm one of those viewers who much prefers movies made no more recently than the 1950's. The magic for me is in watching movies made before I was born, or at least, before I started watching movies in theaters. I like the 30's films by far the best, they're also good for decompressing, serving as light entertainment. I figure they didn't have tv then, so the movies had to provide most of the laughs, and some of the information and education. They had good stories. That generation was more charming, in my opinion. I've seen probably more than half of these movies, but they still make for good
  2. Last year was the first time I enjoyed Oscar month, I hope the lineup is as good this year.
  3. It's not good and it's not bad. You're going out a nobody but you've got to come back a star. That was great, I remember loving it back in nineteen hundred and five. Warner Baxter got to say some of the greatest stock lines (herein reproduced imperfectly from memory), in theater history in 42nd Street, and he was convincing. Generations of theater people have been inspired by the many such lines in that movie, most spoken by him. It's exciting to see the man who first spoke them. And he was old enough to remember 1905 well. Incredibly, he was also an inventor.
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