Couldn't help but notice a numerical difference in today's movie section on ratings for "Won't Back Down," a propaganda piece for charter schools.
The capsule review on page 1E gives the film a 90 rating, highest of the batch of new films rated this week.
The review by Dan Lybarger on page 3E gives the movie a 70 rating.
Maybe it's just a typo. The movie is scoring around 33 on Rotten Tomatoes.
I've sent a note to Phil Martin to inquire.
UPDATE: Phil's also an early riser. His response:
Typo — it's not that good. 70
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