Or the type is reduced so small it could fit on a 1 inch screen!
This is a pet peeve of mine--even in movie theaters (so no television channel can be blamed), the typeface of credits seems to be getting smaller and smaller.
Granted, modern movies credit far more people than was the case even twenty years ago. Every person who worked for the catering company and every driver and every clerk back in the production offices gets named.
BUT there is no time limit for credits--so why the teensy font? Many theater-goers leave the minute they begin, so it scarcely matters whether the credits run for three minutes or eight or whatever.
(Possibly I should make a separate thread for this pet peeve, but then again perhaps I'm the only person bothered by the Shrinking Credits-Font situation...^_^)