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I've noticed a tremendous decline in the quality of the plot synopses lately. It really seems like they are being generated by people who do not have English as a first language. They also seem to be working quite hard to make ever synopsis one sentence, even if the sentence is poorly structured, uses three semi-colons and ultimately doesn't make sense.
I can usually bull my way through it for a show I know, but it can be difficult to decide if a movie will interest me when I can't understand the synopsis.
Has anyone else noticed this? Do we have a mechanism in place to provide Verizon with examples of the problems?
They are provided to Verizon by a third party.