The Golden Age of Hollywood

Apparently, most millennials have never seen a classic movie. Pretty sad really, but not surprising. Check out this article:

http://nypost.com/2017/08/16/millennials-dont-really-care-about-cla...

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Comment by Patti on August 18, 2017 at 11:31am

In Boise, there is this group called "Boise Classic Movies," which shows films at our local historic (1927) theater once a month.  I've found myself frustrated because most of the films they show are 80's and 90's films (mostly 90's).  They ask for film suggestions, and I continually request something from the 40's and 50's, but those are never shown.  The man who heads the group appears to be in his thirties, so, to him, I suppose 80's and 90's movies are classic films.  They do show White Christmas and It's a Wonderful Life every year, but other than that, the last (in my opinion) classic film they showed was probably in 2013.  

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