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Are Movie Recaps Ruining Films?

The newest trend impacting cinema

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During my daily crawl on YouTube, I stumbled upon a video with an intriguing (clickbait) title. The video invites me to a film recap when I click on it. Is this what is popular now? I thought.

No way YouTube is allowing these videos to exist on its platform. Then again, YouTube has a problem showing kids' inappropriate videos.




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