In Derek’s review of the 1931 release Dracula, he makes a good point: it’s not fair to make a straight up comparison between brand new blockbusters and classic’s of old. I will now ignore that statement and go straight to my analysis of the best decade for movies. To keep it relevant I’ll start with the 1950’s. After all, if you’re old enough to remember the movies you watched in the 1940’s, you’re likely still trying to figure out what a ‘blog’ is or why your great-great-grandson won’t stop talking about his twitter.
This decade and prior owns the acclaimed title of the “golden era” in film. Back when you couldn’t make-up for a poor story or shallow characters with some good explosions and lots of cursing. This decade passes down to us such greats as 12 Angry Men, North By Northwest and Singin’ in the Rain…
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