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If it ain't broke, don't fix it

By Jan Freeman
March 5, 2006

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THERE WILL NEVER be an Oscar for Most Correct English, but that doesn't keep us from grumbling about movie titles that seem to be vying for the Least Correct prize. Remember the murmurs about ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and its missing question mark? And the howls at ''Honey, We Shrunk the Kids," Disney's assist to the rest of the English-speaking ... (Full article: 734 words)

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