With me spending my own money in order in get the experiences on what some got to enjoy it for free. It does show a bit of a favoritism for the media. I don't get to do anything for free. I got to pay just to give you all my point of view on something that others get for free. Yes I know that some the bigger named sites get the better deal in the end, but that doesn't hurt me at all. It makes me a better then they because that I'm telling you opinion on "what a mess" or "how great a film" is in my reviews & all.
Let's talk about the biggest Elephant in the room that is Rotten Tomatoes. For the past few year they have been the site that can make or break a film when hit the theaters & see if the critics are right or wrong about the reviews that they give the films. Sometimes their right & sometimes their wrong. I'm fine with some of the big named critics that think that a film is good or not. To me I just like to see if the fans that are going to see the film are liking it. This is why that I think the fans' voices are the reason the I like site like Rotten Tomatoes. It's nice to hear their take on the film & see if the critics are right or wrong about the same film.
The one thing that that I liked the most was Rotten Tomatoes had that I kinda liked was the "What to see" on all the films that will be coming out soon. Now that is gone for some odd reason. I think that some big named person at Disney called up to Rotten Tomatoes & told them to pull the feature from the site. I'm for shore on that, but I do have a my some reasons on what was going on.
I think that Captain Marvel's "What to see" was at 27% before the whole site was change, but it was a bit strange to get a good feature that was fine till now. I get that some people do fear very low numbers that kill something that is very hyped up, but a small amount of fans form one site can't kill any film.
With all that said. I still don't think that this will stop "Review Bombing" which is major problem that some sites like Rotten Tomatoes will ever fully stop this problem & get any reviews that truly see the real review of a video game, comic, film or T.V. show. I know that there is no magic bullet that can fixed all these problems in the long run, but it's a start.
There is a small light of hope that someone is giving a fair review of product that is not there & it's a good one in the end. We all need to be grateful that there are people are giving their views on things that are out there. We can't always trust a single site that give out reviews. We need to see what others are saying & hopefully their opinions are a bit better then others.