Even great old movies contain material that makes modern audiences groan -- dated topical references, comically primitive effects, "comic relief" characters during the black-and-white era before humor was funny. However, this thread isn't about how actual filmic content has aged. Instead, it's about the SA Forum Goons imagining motion pictures as living entities that, as time passes, adopt the manifold eccentricities of the elderly. Behold, the ravages of age!

occamsmonkey don't know but he's been told, that Long Island wind gets mighty cold.


What usethestarwipe saw will make your ass start giggling -- two blind, crippled and crazy senior citizens.


One pill makes you larger, and one pill -- well, actually, occamsmonkey, both pills make you larger.

Ain't no old-people party like a Lemon party!

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