The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and Water for Elephants
Friday, April 22nd, 2011
Can an entire movie be created through product placement, about product placement? Morgan Spurlock shows that it can - but is it worth seeing?
Can an entire movie be created through product placement, about product placement? Morgan Spurlock shows that it can - but is it worth seeing? Also, Water For Elephants, quite possibly one of the least offensive movies ever created, just in time for Easter weekend.
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