We in the Word Management Department learned a new word this week. Please file in the appropriate files.
Four Quadrant Film: In the film industry, a film which appeals to all age groups from birth to death.
Yes, it sounds like something out of science fiction:
Captain, we're entering the fourth quadrant. We're now moving into the tween galaxy.
Isn't it a little redundant to say four quadrant? Isn't the four implied when you deal with a quadrant? Wouldn't it be better to say all quadrants? But what do I know? I'm not a studio executive. How about film for all ages or F-FAA?