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As If! “Clueless” Turns 25

Last Sunday marked a quarter century since the theatrical release of one of the greatest teen films ever made — Amy Heckerling’s Clueless. I revisited the film in honor of its anniversary and was impressed by how well it holds up. Few movies succeed as well as Clueless at being both a time capsule and utterly timeless.

Promotional Image for “Clueless” (Copyright: Paramount Pictures)

When someone says that any piece of art is “so ’90s,” it is typically an insult. It implies that…

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Richard

Passionate cinephile. Music lover. Classic TV junkie. Awards season blogger. History buff. Avid traveler. Mental health and social justice advocate.

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