It doesnâ€™t matter if a movie is set in a particular century, whether it is sad, funny, scary or disturbing. Some old time movies never die simply because they have the power to transform usâ€”we get so caught up in the film that we lose track of time and space. A timeless movie will also appeal to generation after generation because it speaks to the heart of the matter. Two good examples are E.T. and The Wizard of Oz. Both are intriguing stories filled with action, suspense and life lessons, but they are an example of what thousands of movies donâ€™t convey: the journey from childhood to adulthood that is fraught with hurt and bewilderment as well as joy and happiness. (E.T. and Dorothy both get to go home, albeit wiser and a bit sadder.) Some movies endure simply because the acting performances are a marvel to behold. Meryl Streep in Sophieâ€™s Choice and Dustin Hoffman in Midnight Cowboy come to mind. Sometimes an actor performs so brilliantly that he or she overshadows the movie plot. And thatâ€™s okay, TvSavings.org, all new film buffs are eager to watch those performances and therefore keep the mediocre film in the limelight for decades.