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Poster Review: And They're Off

Don't look at this one. Please. The bad Photoshopping in it may make you blind. Just don't. ... ... ... ... /sigh OK, but I warned you: Have your retinas refocused? No? Well, you can always do text-to-speech on this one if you're on a Mac, don't know about Windows users. What is cool about this one is that it proves that Sean Astin exists in another dimension from ours, appearing to us according to his will, not our laws of physics. It really is remarkable. What's that? You don't believe me? Well then, you explain how it is that Sean is lit by a different source from Ms. Oteri and her horse? Or how he is standing a good yard in front of the horse, while still managing to jam his should up the poor equine's butt, without resorting to Reed Richards-like stretching action? It's not possible. He's like a time lord or something. Bonus points for the straight apostrophe in the title. And the almost-red 'O'. So many things off about this one. (Image from ComingSoon.net)

Don't look at this one. Please. The bad Photoshopping in it may make you blind.

Just don't.

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/sigh

OK, but I warned you:

Have your retinas refocused? No? Well, you can always do text-to-speech on this one if you're on a Mac, don't know about Windows users.

What is cool about this one is that it proves that Sean Astin exists in another dimension from ours, appearing to us according to his will, not our laws of physics. It really is remarkable.

What's that? You don't believe me? Well then, you explain how it is that Sean is lit by a different source from Ms. Oteri and her horse? Or how he is standing a good yard in front of the horse, while still managing to jam his should up the poor equine's butt, without resorting to Reed Richards-like stretching action? It's not possible. He's like a time lord or something.

Bonus points for the straight apostrophe in the title. And the almost-red 'O'.

So many things off about this one.

(Image from ComingSoon.net)

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