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Doomed tenement residents are saved by the ‘Fix-Its’, small alien spacecraft that repair their battered apartments, in this much-loved family sci-fi.
Fantasy 1987 106 mins
Director: Matthew Robbins
In this fondly remembered 1980s family sci-fi, small alien spacecraft known as the ‘Fix-Its’ arrive out of nowhere to help the downtrodden tenants of a New York apartment building threatened with eviction. The creatures’ ability to repair anything comes becomes increasingly useful as a gang of destructive hired hoods try to make the flats uninhabitable.
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