Raking in a film

Did you know that director Joel Schumacher played a gardener in “Batman Forever,” raking leaves? Either that or the writer for Yahoo! Movies is unfamiliar with common English idioms:

The expression “raked in” means “gathered in abundance,” which makes no sense here.

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One Response to “Raking in a film”

  1. Denim Dolly Says:

    Maybe yahoo should hire writers who are familiar with the English language.


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