Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Name That Genre with People Magazine

When People magazine reviews a movie, the review usually starts out with an information box that lists the genre of the movie. The following picture is an example from the May 24th issue review of Robin Hood.

The same issue also includes a review of the movie Letters to Juliet.

Here is a closer look at the information box from this review.

Unless there is a new movie genre named, simply, "genre" I have to believe the article writer/editor forgot to fill in the genre in the layout for this review.

1 comment:

Stan said...

They should print an entire review like this, if only for our amusement. "Movie title", "lead actor", "supporting actor", "photo", "rating", "caption"...

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