If you saw any of the movies on Huffington Post’s recent “classic boomer movies” list when they were first released, that means you went to an actual movie theater to see them (whereas today, you would likely purchase them off your TV or through a service like Netflix). And if you bought the soundtrack, you either bought an 8-track or a cassette—rather than downloading it online.
So break out the popcorn (and the tissues) because here’s a blast-from-the-past film festival for you boomers at heart:
Source: huffingtonpost.com “10 classic movies about boomers” 2014
What’s your take on this list? Did they miss any of your favorites?