I wouldn't say "many". Broken Arrow (1950), is the only real "classic western" that comes to mind. After that, the more modern ones are Jememiah Johnson (1972), Little Big Man (1970), A Man Called Horse (1970), Dances With Wolves (1990). All great films but, I do not consider them "Classic". I guess they are "old" however, although they do not seem all that long ago to me (sign of old age I guess).Many old westerns had that too.
Really!?! I saw this in the theater when it first came out and thought it was really bad. I was super disappointed because I thought the trailer looked great. I'm surprised you thought it was that good.Gretel & Hansel (2020)
Folklore Horror: A very interesting take on this one full of atmosphere and intriguing story. A girl and her little brother leave home and find a strange dwelling deep in the woods that has everything they need..... Great flick.... 6.0/8
Don't ever watch trailers before watching the movie.Really!?! I saw this in the theater when it first came out and thought it was really bad. I was super disappointed because I thought the trailer looked great. I'm surprised you thought it was that good.
Many filmdom fans often think that this was a Hitchcock film, since it has many elements...
Charade (1963) Cary Grant, Belgian Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau - Audrey Hepburn - I'll have to watch this one again (multi-tasking). 6.5/8
- The Paris-Bordeaux express speeds through the French countryside--and suddenly a dead man, clad only in pajamas and a bathrobe, tumbles off the train and down an embankment. More... IMDb