Lack of proper spoiler coverage.

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In the parental guidance section of the Star Wars Episode V page, there is a spoiler about how Vader is Luke's father that is not covered up.
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Jon Hunsaker

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Posted 7 years ago

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Dan Dassow, Champion

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If you have an IMDb account, you can edit the parental guidance page to hide that spoiler. I suggest that you review the edit history to ensure there has not been an agreement by other editors that the identity of Luke Skywalker's father is no longer considered a spoiler.
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bluesmanSF, Champion

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Considering other movies spoil it all the time, and so did Jon, above ;) It's pretty commonly known by now. People probably quote the "Luke, I am your .." all the time, even if they don't know where it came from.
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Yes, this must be the most spoiled twist in history. I think the editors must have assumed that everyone will have either seen this by now or not have access to the Internet (either through technological deficiencies or stupidity).