"of course this was before.. 1. cell phones 2.cgi 3. the Internet "
hey buddy , if a film was made in the Thirties we know there was no cgi sfx and pal, if you were protestin' the vietnam war, we know you didn't have the use of the Internet to organize protests and dummy, if you were lost in the wilderness on a hiking trip in the seventies we know didn't have a cell phone to call for help
Co-conspirator. Since it takes at least two people to have a conspiracy, it's redundant to put the prefix "co" in front of conspirator. But we could fill a whole new thread with frequently misused words.
Another (phonetic) redundency:
"off of"-- 'take it off of me"
"in glorious mono"
No need to dress it up like it's going to the prom. It's mono. Better than nothing, but still mono.
Similarly: "in glorious Quicktime"
Plus, from DVD reviews, now Blu-Ray (which ought to be "Blue Ray", of course) reviews: the movie has never looked better! Apart from some unaccountable failures, a movie is bound to look better than before with each new technology; of course it looked better on dVD than on VHS, and of course it looks better on Blu-Ray than on DVD, and of course it looks better when re-scanned from cleaned up original negatives at twice the necessary resolution and restored with the nbest newest tools!