Jilliane, our Cybrarian over in Teen Services sent me this great article which just appeared in the LA Times.
Perspective: Millennials seem to have little use for old movies
For young people, the focus seems to be on what can be talked about now — new movies serve an immediate social function. Old films are being forgotten. A lot of folks have wondered whether it is too soon, just 10 years after the release of the original film and five years after the third installment, to relaunch Spider-Man. When questioned, a producer of the new picture snapped that anyone who asked that is "too old." He may have been dismissively arrogant, especially to geriatrics over 30, but he may also have been right..................................................
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And in case you are wondering, we have a HUGE selection of Spider-Man---over 100 items, including DVD's, graphixs, X's, J's, even electronic resources.