When Good Grammar Goes Bad

Dialogue in the recent made-for-TV movie, Meteor:

“This could end a couple of ways, none of them good.”

Ouch. Since there are only two ways this could end, the writer should have gone with neither of them good.

Meteor

The character was right, though, even if not grammatically so; nothing about this movie was good.

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