QOTD: If movies came with nutrition labels, what would they say?
How much of your recommended daily allowance of goo do Aliens and Ghostbusters supply? Precisely how overloaded with sap and sentiment are Nicholas Sparks movies? Would it be helpful to know the cumulative TNT-equivalent of a single film’s explosions?
If movies came with nutrition labels, what would they say? And do you want to know just how bad (or good) a movie is for your mind and soul before you consume it, or would you rather not know?
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Thu Mar 07 13, 11:49AM
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