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New I do recognize it as a product of its time.
I've seen many films from that era, and the acting comes across to me as stilted as well, so I've come to believe that it's a philosophical difference in how films were directed at the time.

Believe me, I enjoyed it - my comments at the end were more "watch it even though I can't find anything to say about it" than "this film sucked, so watch it just so you can say you have."
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New Actually
people used to talk like that, see. And how. Does that mean our grandparents were stilted too? I mean, what's the big idea shootin' your mouth off about something you're too young to remember? Some swell movie critic you are. Why I oughta give you what for thats what I oughta do.

You know, like the 3 stooges.

You want to see lame acting? Check out Hell's Angels - a triumph of arial photography - with awful acting and a stupid plot woven in. To my ear, Casablanca has some of the least contrived dialog of the era - which is saying quite alot. CB gave us easily as many quotables (now cliches) as any two Shakespeare plays.

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     Film: Casablanca - (inthane-chan) - (10)
         There's a reason its a classic - (bepatient)
         I have it on video - (tuberculosis) - (2)
             great but not the greatest - (boxley) - (1)
                 OK - greatest from the golden age of Hollywood. -NT - (tuberculosis)
         "wooden" acting - (rcareaga) - (2)
             I do recognize it as a product of its time. - (inthane-chan) - (1)
                 Actually - (tuberculosis)
         Love It but Plot has Holes - (andread) - (2)
             Pearls before swine? - (Ashton) - (1)
                 but not for long -NT - (andread)

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