THE two most meaningless words in Hollywood today are “spoiler alert”. Movie critics traditionally use the words before revealing a particular scene or action while writing a review. It’s a considerate thing to do, but hardly necessary in the gutless climate that now pervades the selling of movies. nowadays, movie trailers give away too much of the plot.
There is nothing for critics to spoil anymore. Everything is revealed.
Movie studios are so fearful of failure that they want to leave nothing to chance. They won’t hesitate to include a movie comedy’s funniest lines and an action film’s most exciting scenes in trailers that are shown in