They probably just have some kind of program where you stick the DVD in a computer, press play, and when it's over out pops a sizzling blurb such as this.
Yawn. Doesn't matter; not going to see it. Give me Walter Monheit's Blurb-o-Mat any day.
Police Beat is waiting for me in my mailbox when I get home (as is Talladega Nights and Hard Boiled). Police Beat is the only one I haven't seen before and it kind of scares me because I'm afraid it will be the visual equivalent of one of Charles SLOG posts. Please tell me I'm wrong.
You must not read the dozens of these blurbs in your paper every week.
Wrong. Police Beat is a very budget character development piece. I enjoyed it, but I would never recommend it, but since you're asking, it is good. Do not be scared.
I thought you morons were supposed to file your "reviews" or "news items" about your co-workers' projects under the Conflict of Interest category.
Seriously, the endless self-promotion makes this read like a high school paper.
Oh, and Mudede is not a genius. He's a misplaced professional academic whose self-important B.S. I shouldn't have to read.
That is all.
Jesus--you're right, it belongs under conflict of interest. I didn't think of that. There we go.
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