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The Wendy’s Twitter Account Is Tweeting Some Very Credible Thoughts About the Year’s Best Movies

It’s December, which means the start of movie-awards season and its attendant squabbling among the chin-scratching cinephiles of Film Twitter. Are you a partisan of The Post or a rabble-rouser for Get Out? Not only does everyone have an opinion, but “everyone” apparently includes Wendy’s—yes, the burger chain—which loved Lady Bird and thought Blade Runner was “visually stunning.
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