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The distinguishing, memorable feature of the cover of Zero Dark Thirty is the big bold capitalized font with one word per line.
What they've done here, is exactly that, but replaced "THIRTY" with "DIRTY" So at a glance at this movie's cover, one might be led to believe that this is actually the movie which presentation they're approximating. This is of course the intent.
The thing was the equivalent of $0.50, so I'm not mad at having lost money. Actually reckon I got my money's worth just from the perplexing amusement when properly looking at the cover. "Frank Stallone, Daniel Baldwin...wait what? Corey Feldman? What the f***?"
But, that is amusement unintended by this production, and the people who handled the marketing of this movie in my region are a bunch of assholes. F*** those people. One star.
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