19 hours ago
Friday, February 4, 2011
Oh, my. This is quite the giggleworthy movie review.
First, I take exception to the phrase that starts out "The actor best known as Hannibal Lecter...". The actor is best known as Sir Anthony Hopkins. The role he is best known for playing is that of Hannibal Lecter. As it stands, this sentence seems awkward.
But it gets better (and by better, I mean worse). Then the writer confuses Satan and...satin. Yes, seriously. And there's truly no comparison--Satan and satin are vastly different. I love the way the sentence is written, though...the dramatic tone of the sentence makes "Satin" being at the end of it sooooo much funnier!
Thanks to YVIE for spotting these errors!
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Posted by THE GRAMMARPHILE at 11:26 AM