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Technology has changed the world. However, the worlds we see in our favorite old movies stay exactly as they are... even though their use of dial-up modems, payphones, and VHS tapes might humor or confuse present audiences. Check out this list of movies that wouldn't really work today thanks to outdated technology!
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