My brother, Paul, rented Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides from the library a while ago. Paul read the recap and — shiver me timbers — found treasure buried on the back of the DVD cover.
Set your gaze upon the end of the recap, readers, and you'll see what hit Paul like a cannonball to the gut:
"Directed by Rob Marshall, It's filled with eye-popping action, mystery and all-out wit. It's filled with eye-popping action, mystery and all-out wit."
So, do you think this movie is filled with eye-popping action, mystery and all-out wit? The writer sure wants us to believe this to be true. He's doubling his efforts to make it happen. Like many a peg leg, though, this DVD cover comes up short. It's filled with improper capitalization and scurvy sentence regurgitation.
Perhaps the writer swigged a tad too much Captain Morgan while writing about Captain Jack. I sentence him to walk the plank and spend eternity in Davy Jones' locker. That life sentence is the result of his like sentences.