A generation called Baby Boomers, many remember the movies that defined their age. Here are the top five:
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1. Graduation (1967)
This fantasy film stars Dustin Hoffman as homeless man Benjamin Braddock and Anne Bancroft as his great lover Mrs. Robinson. The film explores themes of youth, alienation and sexuality as well as the iconic "Elaine!" By Dustin Hoffman. Ultimately it's unforgettable.
2. The Light Rider (1969)
Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper's Racer follows two bikers in search of motorcycle adventure. The film explores themes of violence, counterculture and the American dream It also launched Jack Nicholson's career.
3. God the Father (1972)
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, this crime drama follows the Corleone crime family and their rise to power. The film explores themes of loyalty, family and power Marlon Brando and Al Pacino's acting is legendary.
4. Rocky (1976)
Rocky is about a down-to-earth boxer who Sylvester Stallone tries to become heavyweight champion. The film explores themes of dogs, perseverance and the American dream. Stallone's performance earned him an Oscar nomination.
5. Annie Hall (1977)
Directed by Woody Allen, this romantic comedy tells the story of the relationship between Alvy Singer (Allen) and Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). The film explores themes of love, relationships and the search for identity. The film won four Oscars, including Best Picture.
These films are timeless classics that continue to be enjoyed and discussed by baby boomers and younger generations. They represent central themes of the baby boomer era and continue to shape the film industry and the cultural conversation around film.