If you’re not familiar with the concept of a review bomb, first of all, I’m jealous. Second, it’s a method of trolling involving people who decide they hate a series or series (even before they’ve seen it) that pop up repeatedly to give the project a star on any website. which allows them, in the hope of keeping people away from watching. More often than not, this happens with large franchise projects that focus on — or even just include — women, people of color, or LGBTQ people. In the case of “Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power,” the backlash, which began a few months ago, seems to come from a group of Tolkein fans who hate the fantasy series This also has dragons, orcs and goblins. to imagine a world that’s not just white people.
While industry insiders are often wary of audience scores on sites like IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes in the event of a potential review bomb, it’s not a common practice. everyone knows, which means it’s a pity. maybe deter potential viewers. I’ve seen it in action, when people said they heard a bad movie, only to realize that on further questioning they were just looking at the confusingly low IMDb rating. Variety’s report doesn’t include exact details about the system Amazon is using to filter reviews, but if it helps, hopefully it can be used on other audience score sites as well. to help provide potential viewers with a more accurate portrayal of genuine viewer feedback.
“Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” has new episodes streaming Fridays on Prime Video.
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