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Re: Go back and read my January 2003 announcement about review format...
• Posted by: greg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, September 7, 2004, at 9:11 a.m.
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• In Response to: Go back and read my January 2003 announcement ... (Christian Clemmensen)

> ...on the Scoreboard. There are reasons the reviews are the way they are.
> All the regular readers were given reasons for the current format in
> advance. If the format puts your ass in a knot, then that's too bad,
> because this current review format has been the most successful for the
> widest variety of readers since the site began.

> If you don't like the 150 words of background in a 800 word review, then
> you'd be horrified by the print standard for soundtrack reviews. Have you
> ever read Scorehound reviews, for instance? Half of their review is
> background (or film) related. Filmtracks is written for same audience. Not
> just the die-hard score nuts, but the mainstream moviegoer who owns three
> soundtracks and is considering buying a fourth.

> End of story. My wife refers to people like you as "unappreciative
> little #####s."

> Christian

Jon Broxton has even longer movie movie sum-ups. And don't forget the extra length if the movie was based on a book, event, or stirred controversy.

I suppose its tolerable, even if your movie tastes are questionable.....

You STILL haven't told the puking in Burger King

Did you know that "Stella" means ancient Egyptian burial stone?

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