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Why Do Films Date?

Post by Dawson.Madness on Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:12 am

When you watch one of those great classic films that happened to have been made in say, 1978, you might like the film, but be honest. The things people say and wear? Cheesy.
A good example of this: BladeRunner.
Don't get me wrong, Blade Runner is one of my favorite films, but it's incredibly dated.
Any examples of other films?
My big question is though:
Are Dated films still good?
feel free to argue or post an opinion below.

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Re: Why Do Films Date?

Post by ShadowTurtleInc on Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:25 pm

The Evil Dead is very dated, with its soundtrack being dated, it's clothing and costume choice. The effects are very corny, but that being said I still love it FOR that reason. The reason I love The Evil Dead so much is not only because it has great cinematography and a unique atmosphere, but also because of some of the really cheesy gory effects that make that much more fun to watch. The same goes for EDII and AoD but not as much, those effects still hold up a little more on todays rank (Except for anything stop motion, yikes)

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