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Sunday, May 12th, 2024 3:11 AM

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A "car jack" and "carjacking" are not the same thing

I have no idea why IMDb thinks this. A car jack is the jack found in most cars to help people change flat tires. A carjacking is forcefully taking a car from someone, usually involving a weapon. No one with a knowledge of, at least, US English would use "car jack" to refer to that act. Maybe, "carjacked" but that is a different term and a single word.

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Hi @adrian -

Thanks for reporting.  I have raised this keyword mapping issue with the applicable team and they will investigate.  Once I have an update on the status I will confirm the details here.

Cheers!

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Hi @adrian, I can confirm that a fix has been implemented so that "car-jack" can now be submitted as a keyword. However, please let us know if you encounter any further issues here.

Cheers!

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@Ozzy​ 

It took me a minute to remember where I wanted to use this. I can verify it works but there is no current keyword "car jack". I wonder how many titles have the wrong keyword "carjacking".