Food For Thought – Rotten Tomatoes Mass Censors Audience Reviews Of Captain Marvel


UPDATE: Following on from my previous Food For Thought, Rotten Tomatoes has deleted around 40,000 to 50,000 reviews overnight in an attempt to curb the abysmal audience score for this fiasco of a film (Captain Marvel going from a 31% rating to a 51% rating as of time of writing):

Meanwhile Democrat “Anti-GamerGate” candidate Brianna Wu, who’s running for the Massachusetts 8th congressional district on a platform of “a heavy emphasis on government regulation concerning internet relations” and “fighting for progressive values”, called for government intervention to combat Captain Marvel’s bad reviews:


“Wu claims that Captain Marvel was targeted by trolls due to featuring a female actress in the lead role, the recently lifted review embargo serves as contradictory evidence to her assertion. The film currently holds an average rating of 65 on Metacritic from both male and female reviewers. Despite claims that the movie was being targeted for review bombs before release, most ‘negative reviews’ were merely people stating that they would not be interested in seeing the film.

Wu: “I think there is certainly a role in Washington for us to address what women face both in the tech industry and what users face on the other side. Something we’ve seen is really big promises from Facebook, from Twitter, from Reddit, from all these companies, that they’re going to address this situation. For me, looking at this in 2019, it’s very hard for me to point at one thing that has concretely changed for women in the tech industry. So I do think Washington has a role to play.”

“Wu is far from the only influential personality calling for deplatforming or censorship of those who have taken issue with Captain Marvel. Larson’s co-star, Samuel L. Jackson, recently stated that giving “a voice or a platform to people who normally don’t have a platform is part of the problem.” Negative comments and a pervasive lack of audience interest led internet review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes to remove their ‘Audience Interest’ scores across the website. SyFy Wire’s Editor-In-Chief Adam Swiderski also called for audience reviews to be completely removed from Rotten Tomatoes.”

Samuel L. Jackson, like Brianna Wu, had been publicly declaring his unhinged seething hatred of Donald Trump throughout the promotion of the film, which has only complimented Brie Larson’s repeated anti-White and anti-Male remarks:

Isn’t it ironic how Captain Marvel, which was originally written as a “Protector of the Universe” is now being used as a pretext for protecting the film from universally bad reviews.

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  • Bucky Redux

    Brianna Wu is a lying transgender nutter, one look at a photo of him was enough to tell me that.
    All of these media & movie “influencers” are a bunch of mealy mouthed cunts that should be (insert their fate here).
    I see how the usual termite suspects have created the euphemism for censorship: “de-platforming”.

  • Jai_Normosone

    So… since the reinvention of Captain Marvel way back in the 80’s (I think) where he became a woman (trying to remember the story… it was like a rebirth ala Doctor Who rather than him being a trans-testicle), people are now of the opinion that because it’s a movie about a woman, that you cannot say anything negative about it?
    What a load of horse-shit.

    There is only one Captain Marvel and that was the one that said the name of the ancient wizard (SHAZAM) to transform himself. I think they might have made that movie into a bit of an abortion as well….

    If I recall correctly, during the 70’s and 80’s where Superman (and a few others) where able to time travel quite frequently, he could also move between dimensions to a place called ‘Earth-2’ – this is where Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) lived. This is why the two were seen together on extremely rare occasions.

    What can I say? Books with pictures allow me time away from licking the windows on public transport 🙂

    • Bumpstock reloaded

      Comics (and hence the movies based on them) are Jew creations fit only for the bonfire.

      • Jai_Normosone

        My dad used to say the same thing about comics – until it was revealed that he used to read them himself when he was a kid 🙂

        • Bumpstock reloaded

          Yeah, well I loved KISS all my early childhood, had no idea who Simmons and Stanley was then. We all learn later. I wonder how many how many American Evangelists who listed them as Satanic and dangerous realised the two founding members were God’s Chosen People?

    • Repeal fake marriage

      Yes, I too had my proclivity for drooling on the windows of public transport tempered by my love for comic books. Especially Howard the Duck.

  • entropy

    RT just surrendered its reputation as a reputable source for reviews. The free market will move to fill the gap.

    Noone trusts the paid reviews of professional reviewing shills who are to gutless to speak ill of a release lest they miss out on the next junket and exclusive assess. The relevance of Gamergate has never been more profound.

    • Bumpstock reloaded

      Really? Can you provide said link from RT? I valued them above all for non-Kosher international news.

      • entropy

        Rotten Tomatoes not Russia Today, bro. But I agree the latter is a good news source. Certainly no more biased than leftist MSM.

        • Bumpstock reloaded

          Oh, phew! As a Russian Bot, where was I going to get my daily recharge?!