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Criterion Channel Offers Hope to Classic Film Lovers

3 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

Full disclosure: I'm a huge film buff-or film nerd, take your pick.
When I choose a film to watch at home, my wife inevitably complains that I inevitably exclude movies made later than 1960. I love films from all eras, but especially from the so-called Golden Age, from 1930 through the 1950s.
Therein lies the rub.
Fans of older films have limited options when it comes to services that stream the classics. It's slim pickings on Netflix , which features mostly films from the past 25 years. Meanwhile, Amazon has a decent selection, but even Prime members must pay more to watch most older...
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