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I understand what you are saying. For most of the entries finding the number of {{Wicks}} is easy: Just use the \
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I understand what you are saying. For most of the entries finding the number of {{Wick}}s is easy: Just use the \\\"reference to...\\\" at the top of the page. But that is not all there is to it. YOU come up with the \\\'\\\'correct\\\'\\\' number of {{Wick}}s for StarTrek or StarWars. And then tell us how you found them. If you figure out a reasonable way to get those numbers, it can be applied to the rest of the entries.
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I think someone who knows whay it means needs to clarify point number 2, which, as of the time of this posting, reads like this:
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I think someone who feels that they have a good idea what the original writer meant needs to clarify point number 2, which, as of the time of this posting, reads like this:
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It has to have been created alongside a movie (/TV show/video game/whatever). One way you can tell if it counts is if the music video heavily advertises the tie-in. It can\'t just have been tacked on by the studio to try to get more publicity for it (see \
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\\\"It has to have been created alongside a movie (/TV show/video game/whatever). One way you can tell if it counts is if the music video heavily advertises the tie-in. It can\\\'t just have been tacked on by the studio to try to get more publicity for it (see \\\"Kiss From a Rose\\\" for a blatant example of that). With this rule, it does count if the music was released well in advance but was specifically intended as an intrinsic part of the movie (/TV show/video game/whatever).\\\"

It reads like it\\\'s saying that a song whose video prominently features footage from a movie would qualify, and that \\\"Kiss From A Rose\\\" is an example of a \\\"tacked on by the studio\\\" song that wouldn\\\'t count. The problem is that the video of \\\"Kiss From A Rose\\\" prominently features footage from \\\"Batman Forever.\\\" Either the \\\"Kiss From A Rose\\\" parenthetical should be moved up a sentence (if it was meant to say that \\\"KFAR\\\" was a \\\"blatant example\\\" of a movie whose video \\\"heavily advertises the tie-in\\\") or it should be replaced with a different song whose video doesn\\\'t \\\"heavily (advertise) the tie-in\\\" (if it\\\'s meant to be a \\\"blatant example\\\" of a song \\\"tacked on by the studio\\\").

I hope that made sense.
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