I just haven't seen a good newer movie in a long time. But there is always something good on TCM.
I occasionally find a new movie that I like, but I'm definitely partial to the older ones.
I think I prefer a good mix... on average the older movies have much better story lines and the newer movies have much better imagination and different things happening.
Best is a movie with all of the above, but those are rare.
I don't TV, so the only movies I watch are my DVDs and ones I can find online. Documentaries are what I watch the most, but have recently gotten into indie films and found footage.
I like both, I guess I watch more of the older movies though.
I've seen them but wasn't really impressed all that much.
I did see Skull Island and it was about the last one I actually liked.
I don't go for those "Superhero" movies too much. Just too many of them.
So many good books out there that would make great movies but they make movies from comic books.
Action and good comedies also!
My point exactly!
Haven't seen it but it looks interesting.
I guess so as I tried to post three but only one showed up, so I had to post again for another.
I enjoy both equally.
Any Eastwood, Hepburn, Hitchcock or classics will glue me to the tv. The newer movies, not so much. I'm trying to think of a current movie I want to watch and it is hard to come up with any worth the price of the ticket.
I like the older ones....
New movies, but mostly movies from the 80s or later I enjoy.
I love the older movies.
I rarely watch any movie. I just can't stay still that long. GOTTA KEEP GOING OUTSIDE OR TAKE DOGGIE OUT cap lock no yelling . Only time I watch a movie would be on a rainy day and it is on TV.
I watch what I like.
I used to hate TCM, it was the channel they changed catoon network to after 10 pm
Who the hell cares... I don't. Watched Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade and Gravity (both seen before N times) in a sequence. I might even watch Plan 9 From Outer Space once more in the near future.
I'm happy with both.
I love the old movies.Especially Bette Davis.