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Feature James Clayton Feb 8, 2013

As Wreck-It Ralph invokes videogame nostalgia, James looks at how movies tell compelling stories by delving into a rose-tinted past...

Nostalgia is a powerful drug. It ensnares your senses, alters your mind and makes you act in an irrational or outof-the-ordinary fashion. It is addictive and will consume your entire being once its insidious grip has taken hold.

Your desperate need for a constant fix that’ll dull the pain of immediate reality will soon have you financially depleted, increasingly antisocial and possibly physically and mentally impaired. Narcotic thrills have nasty side effects, kids, so don’t grow up to be a chronic-nostalgic.

As someone who’s dabbled in nostalgia, I’m very aware of how dangerous it can be. One moment you’re going about regular business and everything is reasonable and ‘normal’,  and the next minute you find that you’ve got Star Wars »

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