Wednesday, December 15, 2010

A 28 Year Old Dead Fish?

'Tron Legacy' is taking a beating at the hands of critics. At NPR, Mark Jenkins goes with 'Tron': Back, But It's Hardly By Popular Demand for the title of his write up. His lede? That would be:

In Scandinavian countries, it was once common to bury a fish until it rotted, then dig it up and eat it.

Most Americans would say they'd never do anything so unhygienic. But the Walt Disney Co., possessed of an overstuffed pop-culture pantry, has done something almost as gamy: It's excavated a 28-year-old flop, Tron, and is offering it as a Christmastime delicacy.

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