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You know a movie was made in the ‘90s when the title that pops up on screen appears to be the edgy font-child of Jokerman and Comic Sans. Advertisements
Romeo and Juliet get caught in the middle of an inner city gang feud — but it’s the woeful lack of rhythmic snapping among the hooligans of today that remains the real tragedy.
Gambling turns out to be risky and Ava Gardner is kind of scary without makeup.
One man leads a daring crusade to end slave trade in Britain, though that victory becomes slightly less impressive once you find out he had Sherlock and Dumbledore on his team.
Jackie Robinson wins respect, the Dodgers win the pennant, and Harrison Ford wins the blue ribbon for “Nastiest Old Guy Hair Ever.”
Racial prejudice swirls around Alabama, a creepy guy next door hides stuff in a tree, and someone has a near-death experience while dressed like a ham.