Rotten Tomatoes bans user reviews and comments before a film's theatrical release

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In addition, Rotten Tomatoes has disabled the ability for users to post comments prior to a movie's release date.

Rotten Tomatoes is taking a major step in the fight against internet trolls.

"We are disabling the comment function prior to a movie's release date".

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The Audience Score takes user reviews, once the movie has been released and generates a percentage of positive reviews (rated 3.5 or higher), which indicates from an audience perspective whether a movie is "Rotten" or "Fresh".

Rotten Tomatoes has become the go-to site for movie reviews.

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The movie rating aggregation site will "modernize its audience rating system through a series of product enhancements, with the first phase launching today featuring new functionality for pre-released movies", according to a press release sent to HuffPost on Tuesday.

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"The site is part of NBCUniversal's Fandango, which acquired the movie-ranking site in 2016 from Warner Bros. - and negative comments and lower "Want to See" scores, whether those are from trolls or anyone else, may depress pre-release ticket sales", Variety explained. To combat that, the site is doing away with the "Want to See" percentage score before a film is released, in a bid to stop the impression of so-called "review bombing" where a film like Captain Marvel appeared to be panned before it was in theaters or Star Wars: Episode IX given low scores, despite the fact that film does not have a trailer or title yet. Ten months ahead of its release, fans were already trying to bring down the Want to See rating and posting negative comments, ScreenRant reports.

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However, besides "eliminating confusion", changing the "want to see" score to a raw number emphasizes how many people actually are interested in seeing a film - without shining a spotlight on how many aren't. Those include a "streamlined" user interface that positions the Audience Score adjacent to the Tomatometer Score. With the development of its new audience rating system well underway, Rotten Tomatoes' goal is to deliver a best-in-class destination for fans to share their opinions of movies and TV Shows, while connecting with other fans in a thoughtful community of pop culture lovers. The drastic difference that emerged between the critics' score and the audience score on that page spurred rumors of bot attacks from alt-right groups, which Rotten Tomatoes previously denied was going on in a statement to HuffPost.

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