Cleveland Browns
Seen the ads for the new movie Draft Day? If you haven't, you're not missing much, but one takeaway is that the Cleveland Browns have allowed their name and likeness to be used as the basis for the film. Maybe to, y'know, give the  franchise a little boost, a shot in the arm, some free publicity. 

The movie plot is so deep and complex that I'm going to let the IMDB synopsis tell the story:

"The General Manager of the Cleveland Browns struggles to acquire the number one draft pick for his team."

Wow! If that doesn't pack them into the theaters, I don't know what will. But count out the proofreaders and copyeditors of the world, though, because the poster for the movie has this terrible and obvious typo:

Im' sure you are.

By Steve Boudreault



 


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05/13/2015 7:50am

Street crimes, bribery, robbery these all are just a beginning of evils when there are high rate of ignorance prevailing in an economy and people are taking it as unnecessary. These only can be stopped if proper steps are taken against them.

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09/20/2016 7:31am

Elements of reality adds more drama and excitements to movies. It entices and lures watchers that the movie will contain snippets of reality that they will expect to be somewhat relateable. However, let's say it is based on reality, we cannot deny the fact that the director will take its artistic liberty, add exaggeration, and other styles to be able to actually sell the film.

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