I hope Zillow burns. They incorrectly list my mom's quit claimed off the title of my first house as a low-price sale. This led prospective renters to think that we were asking for too much in monthly rent when we put it on the rental market this summer.
Trulia seems to know the difference and does not show the quit claim in the sale history.
Wow. I worked at Taco Bell for a year after college, and they only put 1/3 to 1/2 as much meat in their tacos as depicted, using a special scoop for portion control. They also don't put any more cheese on top than what is fully in view in the picture.
The taco on the left is therefore clearly false advertising, unless it's actually legal to pile all of the meat and cheese on one half of a taco in advertisements but not in the actual product.
That's probably true, but it doesn't mean that Hollywood realizes it yet (much less acts on it). Things are changing so fast that big media producers are trying desperately to cling to every one of their distribution channels because they don't know which ones are going to dry up sooner or more quickly.
You guys aren't thinking cynically/paranoid enough. Clearly box office sales hype is a marketing tool used to boost DVD sales. There are a lot of people that don't bother going to the box office but that still look at how well a movie did there when deciding whether to buy it on DVD.