• @ArtificialLink
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    355 months ago

    A lot are but it takes it outta context and twists his point slightly.

    • @WarmSoda@lemm.ee
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      -75 months ago

      "Thank God for ‘Harry Potter.’ I tell you, the two — ‘Batman’ and ‘Harry Potter’ — really, they saved me,

      That’s his exact quote. How long do you want the title, which is quoting him, to be?

      • Ech
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        315 months ago

        “Gary Oldman thanks Batman, Harry Potter for ‘saving’ his family life”.

        Accurate, informative, and shorter than the given title.

      • @asret@lemmy.zip
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        135 months ago

        I’d prefer titles that more accurately described the content - they don’t necessarily have to quote the content.

      • @hitmyspot@aussie.zone
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        105 months ago

        While you may be technically correct, a quote taken out of context can be misleading, as is the case here.

        They chose the quote to be the title for that purpose. That’s clickbait.

      • @ArtificialLink
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        65 months ago

        The title does not need to be a quote to give you information about the article. They use the quote out of context specifically to twist it slightly and get more clicks.