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Proof That Film Critics Don’t Know What Kids Like

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The Iron Giant (Warner Bros)

Knowing what kids like is an art. Who gets it right? Rudolf Steiner kindergarten teachers and puppet shows, to name two. And Pee Wee Herman—because...




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