What I found remarkable about the movie is something I notice whenever I watch old movies and that is the maturity. A movie about the cat and mouse between a male and female today will have at least half an hour of rutting and humping, along with some explosions and lots of vulgar language. The modern presentation of male-female relations is so crude, that porn makers of the past would have been offended. In the old days, the film maker and audience expected a more sophisticated portrayal of sexual relations.
Let that sink in: “The modern presentation of male-female relations is so crude, that porn makers of the past would have been offended.”
The last new movie I saw in the theater was The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. That was in 2005. Before that it was The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001. As you can see, there’s very little worthwhile to see. Most of them are remakes of old classics (which almost always are worse than the original) or another childish installment of some comic book superhero movies. I outgrew comic book superheros around age eleven, along with comic books. And ALL of the movies these days preach liberal political correctness.
So, when I do watch a movie, it’s probably going to be one from the 1960s or before. There’s a lot of them I haven’t seen ever.
Source: Old Movies