You might have noticed that some of our reviews now link to another page we’ve labeled “Spoiler Space.” These are pages where people who have already seen the film being reviewed can discuss it. We like to keep our reviews spoiler-free but recognize that some films need another area for viewers to consider them in detail, sometimes long after the reviews run. These are not designed to reveal secrets for the sake of revealing secrets, though, if there’s something compelling to talk about in the ending of a film, we may get into it ourselves. (The word “spoiler” is right there in the title, after all.) So for anyone who wants to talk about Flight or Wreck-It Ralph, to choose this week’s examples, we’ve got a space for you and a few words from the critics who wrote those reviews to get the conversation started. (Here are past examples of Spoiler Spaces.)
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