I was recently sent, out of the blue, a copy of a film called This Is War. Or at least it says This Is War on the disc and on the DVD menu; when you get into the film it turns out it's called Severe Clear. Presumably the person in charge of Branding Continuity was off sick that day.
In the first scene, Scotti is seen packing a bag. He puts on a gas mask and looms close to the camera, breathing heavily. I actually said out loud, to an empty room, "If he says 'Luke, I am your father' in a deep voice, I'm turning this off". Sure enough, he said "Luke, I am your father" in a deep voice. So I turned it off.
Let that be a lesson. There are rules, people.
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