May 8, 2006


The movie Constantine was on TV this weekend. I tried to watch it but it was so bad I couldn’t make it past the first 15 minutes. But that was long enough to see this in the opening credits:


It looks like someone forgot about kerning. The letters seem to all be monospaced, leaving far too much room around some letters, particularly the “I”. Do I expect too much from multi-million dollar productions? Or do the producers accept too little?


My guess is that douche bag Keanu Reeves was in charge of that as well. That would explain his horrible acting (at least in this movie).

Wow, this movie sucked a big one. One of the few comics I read and of course, H Wood got it all wrong.

The problem isn’t the kerning. The problem is that you’re reading it wrong. The movie’s title is “Constant Ine”. I still don’t know to what or whom the “Ine” refers, but I’m sure we’ll find out as soon as somebody makes it more than 12 minutes into the film.