It seems redundant to say it but I wasn't actually planning on suing anyone.
Anyway, I linked to the post on the IMDb forums here and received an avalanche of helpful comments from several members of the "online community" who hinted that pursuing a legal case against a movie studio might not be a sensible course of action.
Here are just a few choice nuggets:
Hmm. You're suggesting this case might be a waste of time?
By this point I'm seriously considering not suing a multinational conglomerate for £6.50 if people think it might be 'frivolous'.
There's no denying it: that would definitely show me how dumb I am.
I had to severely edit the next one because this guy went on for pages. In his defence he did summarise his concerns at the end.
I don't know what "HERP DERP" means but those are now my absolute favourite two words ever.
That would appear to be the general consensus.
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*UPDATE!*I annoyed people so much on the IMDb forums that somebody went crying to an administrator and most of my posts have now been deleted. Sorry if you went there looking for an enlightening discourse on the nature of cinema as an art form; freedom of speech is no longer tolerated at the IMDb.