GEORGE CLOONEY is confident the ‘golden age’ of cinema has passed – and current movies fail to live up to the greatness of their predecessors.
The actor-turned-director believes the works of directors like Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick between 1964 and 1976 will never be matched by modern-day film.
He tells British magazine the Radio Times, “It’s 12 years and you could find 10 films a year that are masterpieces. They don’t make those films anymore. You couldn’t come near to making those films.”