So let me disclaimer this with the notion that there is no intent here for flaming or bashing of one's opinion on individual movies, shows, games, etc. But with the new Indy movie out (No Spoilers here), something I have always wanted to discuss has come to mind. It'd be cool if we could discuss it with an open mind on the subject and be able to ask ourselves how much nostalgia affects our views on things. The huge one for me is Star Wars. The prequels have always been enjoyable to me, (I actually prefer Episode 1 over 2), but the movie is, according to internet discussion, plagued with corny and cheesy dialogue among other things. It's difficult to do this, but if you can "unlearn what you have learned" (I can't believe I just said that), and rewatch the originals, the same line-delivery and dialogue are present throughout the 3 movies, but since we grew up with them and watched them hundreds of times during a time when we were not so critical of movies, we have not only accepted them, but even quote them on many occasions. But take for example, Luke grasping as Obi Wan's ghost on Hoth in Empire. If you saw that scene in a new movie today, with Luke groping at the air and saying BEEEEENNNN, or his ramblings while Han is helping him out after he was attacked by the Wampa... "Ben, Degoba, Yoda, Yoda!" Would you not consider these lines over the top a bit? These lines and deliveries have been engraved in our memories back when we accepted things like this a lot more. So now we watch Episode 1, 2, and 3 and get similarly cheesy and awkwardly-delivered lines, but they are horrible... Liam Neesan is a great actor (IMO), but he delivers the quivering "You must train the boy" as his final words to Obi Wan. Even I cringed at the line, but after watching the movie plenty of times, it becomes Star Wars, and I become immuned to it. Then I realize that the line was never really bad, relative to Star Wars, it was just bad, relative to the movies I watch now. Try watching the Original's acting like they were in the theater for the first time and see if you can separate yourself enough and determine whether or not you would find some of the dialogue in these movies corny. "I feel COOOOLLLLDDD(Luke's voice quivering).....Death." Anyway, so do you guys think that the old movies we loved have stayed the same, but we have changed?