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Subject: Re: THE OBJECTIVE (no spoilers)
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On 12/28/17 4:40 PM, moviePig wrote:
> On 12/28/2017 3:13 PM, trotsky wrote:
>> On 12/28/2017 8:13 AM, moviePig wrote:
>>> On 12/28/2017 7:09 AM, trotsky wrote:
>>>> On 12/27/17 4:25 PM, moviePig wrote:
>>>>> A military agent is sent to a remote area of the Afghan desert to 
>>>>> investigate a strange yet ominous report from an old ally.  
>>>>> Directed and co-written by BLAIR WITCH alum Daniel Myrick, THE 
>>>>> OBJECTIVE is a pretty solid, atmospheric little horror thriller.  
>>>>> At 90 minutes it welcomely recalls, and adds to, some of tBWP's 
>>>>> more creative juices. Recommended.
>>>> How little is it?
>>>   Like we keep telling you, size doesn't matter...
>> I just don't know what that word is supposed to mean pertaining to 
>> movie.  Actually, I do know: it's a habit in the American vernacular 
>> to throw in wasted words in an effort to sound cogent.  This is both 
>> fascinating and irritating at the same time.
> Here, in Google-order, are the five B.P. nominees from 2005:
>     FINding Neverland
>     MILlion Dollar Baby
>     RAY
>     SIDeways
>     THE Aviator
> And here I've ranked them in order of suitability to be called 'little':
> They're in ROT13, "littlest" first.
> You do the ranking, too, before you decode, and we'll see if 'little' 
> actually communicates anything.
> (Anyone can play, and publish the results.)

Interesting, none of the abbreviations you used correspond to the 
abbreviations you assigned on your list.  Has senility finally set in?