Wake up, Maggie - we didn't review the film
We've finally made it. We're the talk of Tinsel Town.
According to the advert opposite, which appeared in The Hollywood Reporter, The Simpsons short, Maggie Simpson In The Longest Daycare, is "superb".
The glowing review for the Annie Award-nominated cartoon apparently comes from none other than the Hull Daily Mail. Really? Yes, really. Us. Read on.
Unless it's a Twitter spoof and, let's face it, it could be – The Simpsons, which is the longest-running and most successful comedy in the history of the world ever now cares what we think. Bonus. Now I've seen the five-minute cartoon in question – and it's good. No doubts about that.
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But I'm struggling to believe that the review's real because a) As far as I know, we never reviewed it and b) We're not used to being quoted on movies posters in Hollywood.
Obviously, it's a trend we'd like to continue and my cinematic critiques are legendary among my immediate group friends who go to the cinema twice a year. If they can get a babysitter.
So here's some more one-line reviews for those Hollywood movie moguls, should they be looking for some more celebratory quotes from Hull, the beating heart of the world's movie industry.
How about The Hobbit: "A long film about a short man".
The Impossible: "A moving tale of one former deputy PM's fight to be elected police commissioner."
And, Die Hard 5: "Will, please, someone make it stop?"