The Sunday Question is BACK here on LiE, and ready for you to stretch your mind once more in debate.
This Week's Prompt: Is admitting, or acknowledging, through a review that a film has a TWIST ending, without giving details, a spoiler?
Considerations: This method of advertising was really put at the forefront this year with Shutter Island, quoting a review as saying "It's a twist you won't see coming" (or something along those lines). On one hand you've failed to give any detail on the twist, and given the film that can mean anything. On the other hand admitting the film has a twist ending tells the viewer not to trust what's being presented. It removes the directors ability for misdirecting the audience, as it's assumed that's what is being done. Which can greatly affect how one watches a particular movie.
LET THE DEBATE BEGIN!