Day Three of the Fake Teenager Festivus


It’s the third and last day of our Fake Teenager Festivus, y’all, and I hope everyone’s enjoying what we’ve seen so far. As usual, keep sending me your great entries and I’ll add them to this post whenever possible. And of course, for those who are just now joining us, Days One and Two can be found here and here.

Now, without further ado, here’s Day Three…


John from Tales From the Freak Boy Zone looks back at the original Roswell TV show.

Vagebond’s Movie Screenshots

Tom from Motion Picture Gems brings us his thoughts on an old favorite, Peggy Sue Got Married.

Roger Ebert

Andrew from The Stop Button has a review of 2017’s Lady Bird for us.

Debbie from Moon In Gemini goes back to the notorious 1987 fake teen-fest, The Lost Boys.

Does Ferris deserve saving? J-Dub of Dubsism asks that question in his review of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

Shawn from The Everyday Cinephile considers 1928’s Sparrows, starring an OG fake teenager, Mary Pickford.

Babasket of Kisses

Terence fromA Shroud of Thoughts takes us to Modesto with a review of the perennial 1973 classic, American Graffiti.

Kayla from Whimsically Classic sits us down for a visit with the fake teens of Beveryly Hills, 90210.

Roger Ebert

Sally from 18 Cinema Lane has some thoughts on 2020’s Words On Bathroom Walls.

Thanks, everyone! Hope to see you tomorrow for a little wrapup post. Have a good one…

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