On “America. Imagine The World Without Her,” Flixter’s “Critics” Problem

Flixter and Rotten Tomatoes are on line movie information and ratings sites. Flixter is the mobile version of Rotten Tomatoes. These sites offer two ratings for current films. The first is the Critics rating. These critics are hired by the site to rate movies. The next ratings is from actual viewers of the films as they emerge from the theater. I pay attention to the Viewers opinion and none to the Critics opinion. Now I think I know why that is the proper action.
The. Dinesh D’Souza movie, “America, Imagine the World Without Her” is curretly playing in theaters across the nation. (Comment Here The. Critics give this excellent film a 9% positive rating while Viewers give it a 89%  positive rating. So what’s the difference?
The movie has a political and cultural message of American exceptionalism that is embraced by most Americans and recognized around the world. However, this is contrary to the progressive view that America is a flawed nation with horrible history. So now we know that Flixter and Rotten Tomatoes hire critics for political reasons who are directed to review film for political content first and merit last. So the only valuable review you should pay attention to is the Viewer rating and disregard the Critics as they are only ideologues without redeeming virtue.   In this action, these sites join COSTCO that tried to remove the book from its stores and Google that suppressed search inquiries for the film. These are progressive efforts to reduce audiences for this important film. I think they back fired and that is a good thing.
This is a significat demerit for Flixter and Rotten Tomatoes, but one the managers there are not likely to correct.

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