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Last month in AARP magazine, they reviewed approx. 8 movies. Three were movies for children, three more were action-adventure. Two of the eight movies they wrote up had apparently not been seen by the reviewer. This worried me.
Has AARP been letting the movie industry dictate its magazine's content? Is there a contractual relationship between the movie companies and the magazine?
Heaven knows the movie industry is not above this. They have a history of making up fictitious reviewers.
What worries me is that AARP's honest opinion is up for sale.
By the way, the kicker here is that Grown Ups, which your review said might be pretty good, was described as the worst movie of the year in the worst year in film history by NPR.