Doesn't make me wonder how good is TDIET
Not suprisingly, there are many things about today's strip that annoy me.
1. It is no longer the first half of the 20th century, Al. Movie posters these days no longer say things like, "The greatest movie ever produced!" They did at one point, I admit. I love looking at posters for old movies because of that. But nowadays, the closest you'll come is, "The summer's comedy sensation!"
2. If you're dumb enough to fall for what the movie poster tells you, I can only pity you. You shouldn't go to the theater all, "What should we see? Well, this movie's poster says it's good, so clearly it is. Let's check it out!"
3. No movie has a trailer that includes "Next week." It's the 2000s, Al, not the 1950s. Movies don't change every week. At the very least you could've put "Coming soon" to make it somewhat better.
4. "The movie poster says thus..." Thus? Are you kidding me? Just get rid of it altogether and simply have "The movie poster says..." It makes more sense that way! Geez. Also, "ultraest." Kill me now.
5. Don't believe advertising, particularly when it's just a poster for a movie. Make up your own mind. Read the reviews. Listen to what your friends/family/coworkers recommend.
6. "Enough to make you wonder how good is good." I don't understand. Watch the movie, yo. If you like it, great. If not, well, you were an idiot in making this decision based on the poster alone. That's why there are trailers.