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Film fixations



Hollywood High
by Serena Donadoni
With few exceptions, the latest teen flicks are riding on retreads, kicking back in the unreal.

Big bard-on
by Norene Cashen
Brushing up their Shakespeare, film adaptations of the classics make a perennial comeback.

Following the Jedi path
by Alisa Gordaneer
The power of the Force is more than just a silver screen fantasy.

Forever and... ever?
by Dayana Stetco
Big screen sci-fi in the late '90s tells a tale of endings.

Second take: Mummies, mammies and true lies
by George Tysh

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