Of course there are great older films to see on a first date. Hundreds of ‘em. Maybe thousands. The Lady Eve, The Philadelphia Story, Monkey Business, Rebel Without a Cause, North By Northwest, Let’s Make Love, Cat People, The Red Shoes, Out of the Past . . .
Consider what’s her age and if she normally watches art films.
I’d recommend you watching The Big Lebowski… I’m completely sure it’ll work, you guys will have a great time and she won’t feel uncomfortable at any time. Plus, everyone thinks a horror/romance film is best for dating, but from my experience I can tell you that she preferrs to have a good time, have fun with you.
im too busy putting out on first dates….
but if i had to pick one it would be irreversible..
if she sits through that shes a keeper.
“im too busy putting out on first dates….
Come up and see me sometime.
Took him to see “Girl With a Tattoo of a dragon” the other day. I noticed frustration on his face during the first 7 minutes and suggested we leave. Come to find out later that night he hates “subtitled films” and anything based off a book. A VERY sweet guy but after he said that to me, I got some second thoughts. Is he a keeper, guys?
He also hates French New Wave, which I guess I can understand…
Oh wait, you said older films. Pssh, sorry just needed to ‘vent’ i guess.
Something by Tati- you’ll want to do something amusing like that as not to make the date super serious
you should not be watching movies on a first date.
Ditto on PORTRAIT OF JENNIE.