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The JOE-DOWN Reviews ‘The Warriors’

Brown: Now that October is over and I can drop my anxiety by not watching scary movies, I wanted to pick a personal favorite in "The Warriors." I also wanted to pick it because, much to my surprise, Froemming had never seen "The Warriors."...

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Brown: Now that October is over and I can drop my anxiety by not watching scary movies, I wanted to pick a personal favorite in “The Warriors.” I also wanted to pick it because, much to my surprise, Froemming had never seen “The Warriors.”

There’s plenty that has kept this movie in the limelight, from Cyrus’ “Can you dig it” speech, the radio station scenes and the Baseball Furies. And somehow, you never got through this whole movie?

All right, Froemming, you’re going to have to clear this up for me: How did you never get around to this one?

Froemming: It was just one of those things, I guess. It was always on TV when I was growing up, and I saw a lot of it in pieces, but never got around to sitting down and watching it from start to finish. Now, I can reclaim my pop-culture credentials once again by saying I now have seen “The Warriors.”

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