The Insider : The Bullet in the Mailbox was lame

The Bullet in the Mailbox was lame

A huge flaw in an otherwise good movie. A multi-billion dollar international corporation would pull something as juvenile as stick a bullet in his mailbox. The thought of high price corporate lawyers sitting around a boardroom and someone saying "I know lets put a bullet in his mail box!" is a little incredulous. Now when Jeff was having his moment where he spoke of the Office Building floors are dark at night except the floor that had the legal division, that to me was more frightening. Think about it, an entire legal team of a huge corporation that works morning, noon, and night to just think of legal ways to stick it to you? The warrant for his arrest for violating the non-disclosure agreement was a very good example of using the lawyers the corporation hired to get you. The bullet in the mailbox; not so much.

Re: The Bullet in the Mailbox was lame

Exactly. If I found a bullet in the mailbox I'd be like "sweet! free bullet!".

Re: The Bullet in the Mailbox was lame

The bullet in the mailbox wasn't to flex their legal power, you idiot. It was sending him a clear message of "we will kill you".

Re: The Bullet in the Mailbox was lame

You are a deep thinker.
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