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Topic - Jen Chaney
If you're the parent of a preschool-age child, you may have noticed the colorful ads in recent weeks for "The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure" and thought to yourself: "God, I hope my kid doesn't insist on seeing that movie."
Jen Chaney wrote in her Washington Post blog: "The massive floppage of `The Oogieloves' has only made me feel more compelled to see it."