Friday, February 07, 2020

SHOW-ME MOVIE TAX CREDIT SEQUEL!!!



As Kansas City counts down to a weekend of "Netflix & Chill" after a busy week of day drinking.

Check tax fighter perspective on incentives that Kansas City STILL offers politically connected productions . . .

"Like a horror movie bogeyman, film tax credits seem to always be lurking in the shadows. Enabling legislation is back again this session, but the case against them has just grown stronger."

Developing . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

^^As your mom.

Anonymous said...

Way to go, idiot. Better luck next time.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I give, who’s the hottie?

Anonymous said...

netflix has stopped allowing people to review their movies. Trying to hide the fact that most the productions are d-garbage.

Anonymous said...

on amazon, all the d-garbage actors and production crew get on there and tell you how fabulous the movie is.