Bots Spamming Rotten Tomatoes with Positive Captain Marvel Reviews

On Friday I wrote about how Rotten Tomatoes is working hard to artificially inflate the review score of Disney’s Feminist Propaganda film Captain Marvel by purging negative reviews, but now it appears that someone is orchestrating a mass spamming of positive Captain Marvel reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

YouTuber Ethan Van Sciver explains in this video:

If you can’t watch the video, just take a look at these “reviews.” We are seeing dozens of different accounts post the exact same, copied-and-pasted positive review:

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There are many more of these “reviews.”

Who is behind this? Someone is behind this. Is it Disney?

At the very least, Rotten Tomatoes is complicit by looking the other way.

I wonder why Rotten Tomatoes isn’t removing these obviously fake positive reviews.

I’ll make it very simple and clear: there is a coordinated effort by Disney, Rotten Tomatoes, Google (YouTube) and the Uniparty Media to prop this movie up because of what it represents for the Feminist Movement™.




1 Comment

  1. ProbablyASanePerson says:

    I suppose movie producers or marketing divisions that are set up to stop movie piracy, also try to inflate movie reviews and it is quite possible their team is working hard to undo bot damage or for promotional purposes. Most of the positive reviewers have awarded high ratings for simplistic things, which questions their review itself. I haven’t seen the movie yet but I guess its time we stopped checking, depending on review aggregator sites and chose our own decision of watching it or not. Tired of being manipulated or influenced anymore.

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