Talk:The Promotion

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Quebec?[edit]

any idea why its named quebec?

Why Quebec? What is the sigification?? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 24.226.213.254 (talk) 01:08, 18 December 2006 (UTC).

POV "Critical reception"[edit]

I haven't seen the movie, and I'm not that interested in it, so I'm not speaking here from any particular bias.

The lift of the negative Hollywood Reporter review is unnecessary, and obviously placed by someone who didn't care for the film. It's sufficient to have the Rotten Tomatoes info without quoting several lines from a single, negative review.

I've also removed the phrase "It didn't even clear $30,000 on it's [sic] opening weekend." This information is completely meaningless without context, again obviously placed by someone who a) didn't care for the film, and b) doesn't understand box office returns. The movie opened on only six (6) screens, which gave it a per-screen average (the real mark of success or failure in cases like this) of $4,816, which is higher than the second week of The Strangers, for example. PacificBoy 20:26, 8 June 2008 (UTC)