before social media became accessible via smartphones, small businesses could not relay on cheap options to spread word of mouth to advertise their products. this episode was a head of its time addressing the needs of small business owner which you find relative to day.
This is not a review of The Dark Knight. However, considering the film isn’t even in theaters yet, it might come as a surprise to hear so much profound praise, but I can’t help from sharing my feelings on this absolute masterpiece. In fact, I’ve decided to move beyond calling it a masterpiece to calling it potentially a cinematic revolution. Not since Lord of the Rings: Return of the King five years ago in December of 2003, did I walk out of the theater so moved, so amazed, and so extraordinarily impacted by the movie I had just watched. Instead of reviewing this film and its many brilliant elements, I must explain why it truly is a flawless masterpiece that the world will experience together on July 18th. Don’t necessarily change any of your expectations, but be prepared for an unforgettable theatrical experience.
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i came across a really nice article of a topic we spoke about before which is the “Going to the movies … God Help you” episode. the article was in the National Post and i will quote one paragraph and leave you read the rest by following this link http://www.nationalpost.com/arts/story.html?id=627544
“Is there any moviegoer who hasn’t been annoyed by noisy popcorn-munchers, gossiping teenagers, crying babies, snoring patrons, compulsive seat-kickers, morons with laser pointers or loudmouths who insist on providing a running commentary?”