tempest in a

tempest in a

teacup/teapot
A great disturbance or uproar over a matter of little or no importance.
See also: tempest
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Buster Keton is one of the best actor-directors in movie history, and has received biographical attention before--but for true depth don't miss Buster Keaton: Tempest In A Flat Hat: it comes from a young writer who spent over a year repeatedly watching over 60 Keaton films and follows Keaton's career from vaudeville to silent film.
A more valid criticism, perhaps, is that the report is a tempest in a teapot.
Radian International is one of the first companies to deploy Tempest in a production setting.
As befits the present confusion, Frost & Sullivan views relaxed Tempest in a different light.