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Thread: Commas

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    Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
    This movie is a very action packed, futuristic, science fiction movie with a lot of well thought out details.
    Also, Do you put quotes around the title of a movie? Thank you.

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    Re: Commas

    It's OK- some would put a coma before 'with'. With a title, you can italicise it or put inverted commas around it to help the reader see it's a title.

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