I get frustrated when, after paying for satellite tv plus all the extra channels, I can't find a single thing I haven't already seen, seen too many times already, or never did and never will want to see. And I want to know why the year the movie was made is sometimes noted, most times not. And who writes the descriptions?
I want to put my foot through one of my sets if a description turns out to have been misleading or if it doesn't say anything at all. And have any of you noticed the bad typing and spelling going on in the captions running beneath? E-Entertainment has to be the winner when it comes to bad typing trying to describe, very poorly, the upcoming event.
And I'd rather know the date the movie came out than have the "description space" taken up with....the names of the two or three stars someone thinks is most important and then REPEAT the names of the same stars in the roles they are playing as they the roles the are playing are mentioned in the description.