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    Question A phrase

    Hi, I would like to know If the word "the presentation" refers to the "movie" itself or its exhabition in theaters, also I want to know if I could translate the verb" to warrant as the verb" to need" in this sentence?
    ... a commneto or two (comments?!) ?

    Pacific Rim is all about visuals so a comment or two is warranted about the presentation.


    P.S. Sorry for the mistake that i've made in the title.
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    re: A phrase

    'Presentation' refers to the movie itself and 'warranted' means 'deserved' or 'allowable'.

    I've fixed the title. A better title would have been 'a comment ot two is warranted about the presentation'.

    Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'


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