They sure don’t make ’em like they used to.
What’s that, preppy clothes?
No, preppy films.
Last week saw the opening of “The Preppie Connection,” based on a true story of a student in 1984 who smuggled cocaine into the prestigious prep school Choate Rosemary Hall. The New York Times writes that not only is the movie flat and dull, it fails to evoke the music and clothing of the era.
That in itself, as the kids like to say today, is unacceptable.
Here’s the trailer. — CC