"These subways are different than they were in 1978," says head Warrior Michael Beck, sporting a suspiciously full head of hair, "I just love being here with all the fans. I see kids coming here, eight years old, and I go 'How do you even know about this movie.'"
Nostalgia-inducing qualities aside, attendees at the other side in Coney Island say the devotion to the film is an attempt to get kids from joining gangs in real life.
Once a Warrior, always a Warrior... even when you're legitimately an AARP member.
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