Greed, Pandora's Box, Citizen Kane, Shadow of a Doubt, Casablanca, The Killers, Out of the Past, Gun Crazy, D.O.A., Angel Face, The Big Combo, The Searchers, Touch of Evil, A Bout De Souffle, Vivre Sa Vie, Pierrot Le Fou, Taxi Driver, Barry Lyndon, In the Mood for Love.
Who are your favorite stars?
Ava Garnder, Rita Hayworth, Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, etc.
Who are your favorite directors?
Jean-Luc Godard, Orson Welles, John Ford, Michael Curtiz, Nagisa Oshima, Stanley Kubrick, Wong Kar-Wai, Frank Capra, etc.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
About me??? Hmmm...well I just turned 15. I make films. I watch classic films (rarely anything past the '70s). My favorite film era in America was the '40s. And I have a particular fondness for film noir.
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Hi Ian! Welcome to GAOH! I hope you have a great time on here because it always seems like a party 24/7. Glad to see someone a few years younger than me interested in the classics! Anyone your age I talk to at all probably doesn't know anything about the golden era. I hope to talk to you soon.
Welcome Ian to The Golde Age of Hollywood. I'm always happy when I see young people join who actually know something about classic films. I hope you make some friends on here and also learn from those of us who have been a round a while! :)
Welcome to the GAOH, Ian! I hope you have a good time here, meet interesting folks and join in on the discussions. I just watched Goddard's Breathless again Saturday night. I love that one! Jean Seberg...wow!
Embarrassed to say but I just watched Frank Borzage’s Man’s Castle for the first time this week. Wow, what a movie! Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young are both excellent but the way the movie plows headlong into the plight of desperate people during the despression is remarkable. There are some obvious hard cuts in the movie […]
Every now and then I stop back in to look at some of the updated comments and I’m surprised, and gladdened, to see that there still are comments! Now, I no longer get paid to post here so this is just a “Hi, how are you?” to everyone who still comments here (so don’t freak […]
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