There are only so many little red ellipses that can fit on a single paragraph. And I think I hit the maximum possible with this bit of drivel on Yahoo! Movies:
Where to begin? How about we start with the whole “debuted on silver screen debut”? Nice, huh. But that’s not as bad as “Stage Stuck,” which just sucks. Of course, Christopher Plummer’s most famous role was not “The Sound of Music,” but it was in that musical. I doubt that Mr. Plummer worked continuously, since that would mean he never stopped working. He most likely worked continually. And if he did, what’s the logic behind the “though,” which implies he worked neither continuously nor continually? I don’t have to tell you that the an is wrong (oops, I guess I just did), that front-runner needs a hyphen, and that the movie is “Beginners.”
There’s at least one other mistake in that paragraph, but I didn’t circle it because I ran out of room and red ink.