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" Quem lacra não lucra news?" 'Capitã Marvel' luta contra o patriarcado, diz atriz principal do filme

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Quando o filme fracassa e culpa da lacração, quando e sucesso se esquecem da lacracao como fizeram com o pantera negra.

Enviado de meu Moto C Plus usando o Tapatalk
Eu não prestei muita atenção na época do pantera negra, mas pelo que lembro a lacração veio pós estréia, todo mundo falando como era bom o filme, representatividade e etc.

Esse a lacração veio antes, e garantindo que o filme era "bom", acho que daí o mimimi todo
 


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Eu vi a declaração dos reviews que a atriz fez e sinceramente esse filme devia flopar só por aquilo, que escrotidão.
 

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Conforme havia sido dito em páginas anteriores do tópico, o Rotten Tomatoes promoveu uma série de trapaças para proteger a Capitã Feminista. Não precisava ser gênio para perceber isso: bastava ter ficado atento às notícias relativas ao assunto. Pois bem: agora o RT não só admitiu o crime, como entregou a confissão para o The New York Times publicar.


When ‘Captain Marvel’ Became a Target, the Rules Changed

One audience reviewer deemed the movie “a complete disaster.” Another was “tired of all this SJW nonsense,” using the abbreviation for “social justice warrior,” a pejorative term for progressives. Yet another groused that Brie Larson, the movie’s star, “says I shouldn’t see the movie anyway.”

“Captain Marvel” had not even been released yet — its opening day was a month away — but that did not stop negative remarks from piling up against the film and Ms. Larson.

Much as Facebook and Twitter have had to grapple with false stories aimed at inciting violence or disrupting elections, movie review aggregators like Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb are often besieged by users trying to manipulate a film’s box office success.

Despite the trolls’ concerted efforts, “Captain Marvel” slayed during its opening weekend, but not before Rotten Tomatoes, an influential site where a bad audience score can damage a film’s prospects, made major changes to its rules. Most critically, it eliminated prerelease audience reviews. It also stopped displaying the percentage of moviegoers who say they “want to see” a film in favor of using the raw number of people. And it removed the “not interested” button.

“We’re doing it to more accurately and authentically represent the voice of fans,” the site said, “while protecting our data and public forums from bad actors.”

The backlash against “Captain Marvel” resulted from a collision of two major forces. One was the popularity of websites that at their best democratize the reviewing of movies, restaurants and businesses and at their worst can be weaponized for score-settling or political grudges.

The other was the growing movement in Hollywood toward broader gender and racial representation in film roles, production jobs and the industry in general.

“Captain Marvel” is among the few superhero films to star a woman, but a bigger trigger factor for the film’s haters appeared to be Ms. Larson’s outspokenness about the lack of diversity in movies and news media coverage of films.

Before the film’s release, Ms. Larson told “Entertainment Tonight” that she had spoken with Marvel about making the film “a big feminist movie.” In another interview, she said that after noticing that most of her interviewers in the past had been white and male, she vowed to seek out more underrepresented journalists, including Keah Brown, who is black and disabled, and who profiled her for Marie Claire.

Ms. Larson, who won the best-actress Oscar in 2016 for her performance in “Room,” had previously lashed out against the homogeneity of professional film critics. “I do not need a 40-year-old white dude to tell me what didn’t work for him about ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’” she said during a speech last summer. “It wasn’t made for him.”

This all provided fodder to trolls, and weeks ahead of “Captain Marvel’s” release, the percentage of Rotten Tomatoes users who registered that they wanted to see it plummeted to 27 percent. On Feb. 25, Rotten Tomatoes implemented the changes, and the “want to see” score disappeared. Since the film’s nationwide release on Friday, the audience score has rebounded to a better-but-still-not-great 63 percent, the lowest for any movie in the Marvel franchise. For a while, the score had been below 60 percent, signified by a tipped-over bucket of popcorn, the symbol for a film that might be one to skip.

The “Tomatometer,” which analyzes the ratings from film critics, is at a “certified fresh” 79 percent, slightly below the average for Marvel movies. It is impossible to say whether the website’s changes helped the film, but it made $456 million during its opening weekend, trouncing projections.

A representative for Ms. Larson declined to comment, and publicists at Disney, which owns Marvel Studios, did not reply to emails Tuesday.


Ms. Larson at the movie’s premiere. “Captain Marvel” is doing well at the box office in spite of trollery

The film’s opponents also swarmed YouTube; video rants with titles like “Brie Larson is Ruining Marvel” often appeared at the top of searches for her name. But a day before the film’s release, a change in the search results pushed those videos beneath others from established sources like Jimmy Kimmel, “Today” and Wired.

A YouTube representative said the reason was an algorithm change made last summer that reclassifies trending search topics as news. The site, which is owned by Google, took the action as part of its effort to combat fictitious content and ensure that reliable information was highlighted.


“Captain Marvel” detractors also flocked to IMDb, though a representative from that site said no one was available to comment, and would only provide a link to the site’s ratings and comments policy, which states that users are not allowed to rate a film before its release.

The new Marvel movie is not the first film to come under attack for a perceived feminist or politically correct underpinning. The all-female remake of “Ghostbusters,” “Black Panther” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” which had a diverse cast, all found themselves in the cross hairs of armchair critics, some aligned with alt-right groups.

Some sites pushed back. Last year, Rotten Tomatoes said it would delete comments posted from members of the Facebook group “Down with Disney’s Treatment of Franchises and Its Fanboys” if they contained hate speech. The group had posted an event called “Give Black Panther a Rotten Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes.” Facebook then deactivated the group (it has since been revived by someone claiming to be anti-troll), which had also claimed responsibility for torpedoing audience scores for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

That a movie starring Ms. Larson spurred Rotten Tomatoes into taking a bolder step was no coincidence.

When Ms. Larson spoke out last summer against the dominance of white male critics, she cited findings by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, which is run out of the University of Southern California and had singled out Rotten Tomatoes for having 3.5 men to every female critic reviewing the top films of 2017.


In her speech, Ms. Larson also revealed that the Sundance and Toronto film festivals had each pledged to set aside one-fifth of their press passes for use by diverse journalists, including women and people of color.

Two and a half months later, Rotten Tomatoes threw in with Ms. Larson’s cause, and revamped its criteria for critics, focusing more on individual qualifications than the brand and reach of a publication, to include hundreds of reviewers from underrepresented groups in its Tomatometer score (a representative said the change had been in development for over a year). It also pledged $100,000 to various film festivals working to diversify their press corps, in part by helping cover freelancers’ travel and lodging costs.

A representative for Rotten Tomatoes, Dana Benson, said the change to its audience score had been in the works for a while, but that the attacks on “Captain Marvel” prompted them to roll it out earlier than planned.

“We’re very dedicated to making criticism more inclusive,” Ms. Benson said. “All the thought and care that went into the Tomatometer, we are expanding that to the audience score.”

Rotten Tomatoes said future changes could include having “verified” reviewers, like the ones who post on Amazon after purchasing a product. Those could come from people who bought tickets through Fandango, the movie ticket website, which owns Rotten Tomatoes.

There was, not unexpectedly, a flip side to the attacks on “Captain Marvel” — people rushing to its defense, whether they had seen the movie or not.

“There are a large group of people that are only down-voting this movie because they somehow feel threatened by it,” wrote one fan on Rotten Tomatoes.

“Imagine being so insecure, you cry about a movie with a girl as the hero,” wrote another.

And over on IMDb, one wrote: “I do agree that this isn’t marvel’s best movie, but it was a fun and enjoyable ride. I’m sure director and co. were hyper aware of the backlash they were facing and some of the moments seemed like tongue-in-cheek middle fingers to all the hate.”


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Mas quem se importa com isso, né? Basta continuar afirmando que tudo não passa de conspiração e ignorar a confissão do RT. Como vocês bem sabem, defender a narrativa é mais importante até mesmo que lógica e coerência, certo? :viraolho
 


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No meu caso nunca foi pelo filme; até porque sempre assisti Alien, Tomb Raider, Resident Evil e nunca reclamei. Mas na hora em que uma protagonista de filme fala que o filme dela não é para homens brancos e que não é pra ir assistir, o diretor fala que é um filme feminista pode apostar que vou boicotar sim e esperar que o filme se foda.

Tenho vergonha na cara.
 

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‘Captain Marvel’ Cashes In $14M+ Tuesday, 2nd Best In March


After scoring the third best Monday in March with $10.98M yesterday, Disney’s Captain Marvel saw $14.6M yesterday making it the second best Tuesday in March ever after Disney’s Beauty and the Beast ($17.8M) two years ago and ahead of Warner Bros.’ Batman v. Superman ($12.1M) three years ago. Total running cume stateside is estimated to be $179M through yesterday.

Nancy reported that Captain Marvel shot past a half billion worldwide yesterday. Disney says WW is up to $524M. One film finance source believes that it’s pretty much certain that Captain Marvel will see $1 billion around the world and break the glass ceiling for female-led pics at the global B.O., dashing past Wonder Woman‘s final global of $821.8M. Domestic will be at $400M. Captain Marvel will pass break even in the theatrical window by the end of the week with $750M worldwide.

Among all MCU pics on a Tuesday, Captain Marvel is the fourth best after Avengers: Infinity War ($23.4M), Black Panther ($20.8M), and The Avengers ($17.6M).


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Vejam só que interessante: a Capitã Feminista precisa alcançar $750 milhões de dólares em bilheteria apenas para cobrir as despesas do filme. Outra informação que havia sido omitida pela mídia até então... Apenas tentem imaginar quanta grana foi gasta em publicidade, aluguel de salas de cinema e subornos para a mídia puxa-saco só falar bem dessa bagaça, antes mesmo do primeiro trailer ter sido lançado... Depois dessa, vou até dar uma checada na bilheteria...


 
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‘Captain Marvel’ Cashes In $14M+ Tuesday, 2nd Best In March


After scoring the third best Monday in March with $10.98M yesterday, Disney’s Captain Marvel saw $14.6M yesterday making it the second best Tuesday in March ever after Disney’s Beauty and the Beast ($17.8M) two years ago and ahead of Warner Bros.’ Batman v. Superman ($12.1M) three years ago. Total running cume stateside is estimated to be $179M through yesterday.

Nancy reported that Captain Marvel shot past a half billion worldwide yesterday. Disney says WW is up to $524M. One film finance source believes that it’s pretty much certain that Captain Marvel will see $1 billion around the world and break the glass ceiling for female-led pics at the global B.O., dashing past Wonder Woman‘s final global of $821.8M. Domestic will be at $400M. Captain Marvel will pass break even in the theatrical window by the end of the week with $750M worldwide.

Among all MCU pics on a Tuesday, Captain Marvel is the fourth best after Avengers: Infinity War ($23.4M), Black Panther ($20.8M), and The Avengers ($17.6M).


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Vejam só que interessante: a Capitã Feminista precisa alcançar $750 milhões de dólares em bilheteria apenas para cobrir as despesas do filme. Outra informação que havia sido omitida pela mídia até então... Apenas tentem imaginar quanta grana foi gasta em publicidade, aluguel de salas de cinema e subornos para a mídia puxa-saco só falar bem dessa bagaça, antes mesmo do primeiro trailer ter sido lançado... Depois dessa, vou até dar uma checada na bilheteria...


Na minha opinião, esse filme só tá tendo uma boa bilheteria pelas seguintes razões:
1º É o último filmes antes do Endgame
2º O damage control tá muito forte
Na boa, se esse filme fosse lançado em qualquer outro época do ano, seria só mais um "Homem Formiga" da vida na bilheteria.Talvez o filme poderia render um pouco mais de dinheiro, mas provavelmente não iria passar muito disso.
 

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Assisti ontem e gostei bastante!
Não é uma obra prima com certeza, assim como filmes de origem raramente são (como homem de ferro).

Não tem motivo nenhum para boicotar o filme, não tem nada para irritar nem o user mais repelente de buceta do forum.

E isso que estão falando do gato, vocês tão de zoeira né? Cara, é muito maneiro essa quebra de expectativa, não torna o Fury nem um pouco menos badass mothafucker. Quem se incomoda por isso tem uma sensibilidade muito grande a coisas irrelevantes. O Fury foi maneiro o filme inteiro, e reclamam de uma coisa tão minima assim.
 

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Assisti ontem e gostei bastante!
Não é uma obra prima com certeza, assim como filmes de origem raramente são (como homem de ferro).

Não tem motivo nenhum para boicotar o filme, não tem nada para irritar nem o user mais repelente de buceta do forum.

E isso que estão falando do gato, vocês tão de zoeira né? Cara, é muito maneiro essa quebra de expectativa, não torna o Fury nem um pouco menos badass mothafucker. Quem se incomoda por isso tem uma sensibilidade muito grande a coisas irrelevantes. O Fury foi maneiro o filme inteiro, e reclamam de uma coisa tão minima assim.
Sinceramente, eu acharia uma grande bosta se o fury perdesse o olho com uma granada, seria clichê demais.
 

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Na minha opinião, esse filme só tá tendo uma boa bilheteria pelas seguintes razões:
1º É o último filmes antes do Endgame
2º O damage control tá muito forte
Na boa, se esse filme fosse lançado em qualquer outro época do ano, seria só mais um "Homem Formiga" da vida na bilheteria.Talvez o filme poderia render um pouco mais de dinheiro, mas provavelmente não iria passar muito disso.
Sou meio cético como esses números a nível mundial exceto a China que assiste qualquer merda.
 

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‘Captain Marvel’ Cashes In $14M+ Tuesday, 2nd Best In March


After scoring the third best Monday in March with $10.98M yesterday, Disney’s Captain Marvel saw $14.6M yesterday making it the second best Tuesday in March ever after Disney’s Beauty and the Beast ($17.8M) two years ago and ahead of Warner Bros.’ Batman v. Superman ($12.1M) three years ago. Total running cume stateside is estimated to be $179M through yesterday.

Nancy reported that Captain Marvel shot past a half billion worldwide yesterday. Disney says WW is up to $524M. One film finance source believes that it’s pretty much certain that Captain Marvel will see $1 billion around the world and break the glass ceiling for female-led pics at the global B.O., dashing past Wonder Woman‘s final global of $821.8M. Domestic will be at $400M. Captain Marvel will pass break even in the theatrical window by the end of the week with $750M worldwide.

Among all MCU pics on a Tuesday, Captain Marvel is the fourth best after Avengers: Infinity War ($23.4M), Black Panther ($20.8M), and The Avengers ($17.6M).


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Vejam só que interessante: a Capitã Feminista precisa alcançar $750 milhões de dólares em bilheteria apenas para cobrir as despesas do filme. Outra informação que havia sido omitida pela mídia até então... Apenas tentem imaginar quanta grana foi gasta em publicidade, aluguel de salas de cinema e subornos para a mídia puxa-saco só falar bem dessa bagaça, antes mesmo do primeiro trailer ter sido lançado... Depois dessa, vou até dar uma checada na bilheteria...


Onde está essa informação que o custo total foi de 750M?
Não to achando, deve ser pq estou com sono.

Seguindo esse seu raciocínio, ainda estaríamos na idade da pedra, pois a até a igreja católica ajudou a desenvolver a ciência.

O que você disse não faz o menor sentido.
Só para citar um exemplo: Gregor Mendel, considerado o pai da genética, era um frade agostiniano.
 

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Assisti ontem e gostei bastante!
Não é uma obra prima com certeza, assim como filmes de origem raramente são (como homem de ferro).

Não tem motivo nenhum para boicotar o filme, não tem nada para irritar nem o user mais repelente de buceta do forum.

E isso que estão falando do gato, vocês tão de zoeira né? Cara, é muito maneiro essa quebra de expectativa, não torna o Fury nem um pouco menos badass mothafucker. Quem se incomoda por isso tem uma sensibilidade muito grande a coisas irrelevantes. O Fury foi maneiro o filme inteiro, e reclamam de uma coisa tão minima assim.
Eu achei bacana mostrar um Fury em começo de carreira meio bobão, ninguém nasce todo badass mothafucker existe um caminho até chegar nisso.
 
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Assisti e achei o filme excelente, não vi lacração alguma no filme, achei a história bem legal, nota 9/10. Bacana a homenagem ao mito Stan Lee!
 

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DISNEY CONFIRMED TO HAVE MANIPULATED CAPTAIN MARVEL PERCEPTION


As has been suspected for weeks, it is now confirmed that Disney and other companies have intentionally manipulated the online perception surrounding Captain Marvel.

A report by USA Today confirms two Disney studio executives said that "they've become more adept and prepared for combating organized negativity around a release."

The report mentions that videos posted to YouTube that weren't favorable about Captain Marvel or its star Brie Larson were pushed down.

It's further mentioned that Rotten Tomatoes removed the "Want To See" score from its site, but the article stops short of blaming Captain Marvel (which, of course, is the reason). Rotten Tomatoes also restarted its "Audience Score" following the flick's release, which appears to be in order to inflate the positive numbers. The president of Fandango is a former Disney executive.


It also recently became known that a movie reviewer for NBC Universal's SYFY site lied about doing reviews stating they had to spin things positively or else they wouldn't get access to exclusives, which included early access to movies and celebrity interviews.

Deadline has also been inflating box office numbers for Captain Marvel in every one of their articles.

It is also thought that Disney may be falsely reporting Captain Marvel box office numbers, as numerous users on social media have posted pictures of empty movie theaters. Another possibility is that Disney could be buying up all the empty seats themselves to falsely inflate ticket sales.


Disney could also be attempting to manipulate Captain Marvel on social media and in comments on articles at various websites. It could be possible that Reddit is filled with paid Disney shills and employees to combat negative Captain Marvel posts, to post positive posts, or Disney could even be employing bots to down-vote negative posts and up-vote the positive ones. Speaking of bots, it is known fake positive user reviews have been posted to the Captain Marvel Rotten Tomatoes page, as they all state the same thing, which looks to be as a result of bot traffic.

Of course, with SYFY confirming they shill for Disney, that basically confirms that any other site that also gets access to early screenings and interviews is also offering a false narrative about their own reports.

While it is being spun by Disney and their shill sites that "trolls" are to blame, what they are really doing is combating any and all negativity, using "trolling" as an excuse. And while it may be claimed that the negative fan reception to Captain Marvel didn't hurt the flick, it could be argued the movie may have opened a lot higher - closer to Black Panther's $202 million - than what it actually did. It could also be argued that Captain Marvel may have made a lot more money in the long run than whatever it will do.


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Rotten Tomatoes Mulls Further Tightening User Guidelines to Combat Trolls
A person may be asked to verify that he or she has seen the film in question before being allowed to post an audience review



On Feb. 26 — amid a deluge of negative posts about the female-led Captain Marvel — Rotten Tomatoes said it would no longer let users say whether they want to see a movie until it begins playing in theaters. Online trolls exacted their revenge by flooding the website with thousands of audience reviews trashing the superhero pic once it opened March 8.

But the play didn't work. Captain Marvel is a blockbuster, opening to $154.3 million domestically and more than $455 million globally over the March 8-10 weekend, the sixth-biggest launch of all time. And by Tuesday, it was zooming past the $500 million mark worldwide.

A rep for the website now tells The Hollywood Reporter that additional measures are being considered in terms of audience reviews. Namely, a user may be asked to verify that he or she has seen the film in question before being allowed to post a critique. (It is unclear what that prompt would look like in practice.)

"We are disappointed that there was a group of people who were obviously very passionate and who had a negative opinion of the movie, whether they saw it or not," says Dana Benson, vp communications for Fandango, parent of Rotten Tomatoes.

Early on the morning of March 8, the audience score for Captain Marvel was 32 percent from around 58,000 users, an unusually high number. Rotten Tomatoes issued a statement midday saying a glitch had led to an incorrect tally. The number of reviews subsequently dropped to 7,000 with a score of 35 percent. However, by Sunday, the number of audience reviews had swelled to around 40,000 with a score of 55 percent.

That was in stark contrast to a Rotten Tomatoes critics' score of 81 percent — and to the "A" CinemaScore awarded the film by audiences (as of Wednesday, the audience rating had risen to 63 percent from 62,706 reviews).

In its Feb. 26 note, the site said, "We are disabling the comment function prior to a movie’s release date. Unfortunately, we have seen an uptick in non-constructive input, sometimes bordering on trolling, which we believe is a disservice to our general readership."

Previously, trolls tried to sabotage Black Panther and the all-female Ghostbusters reboot. "The trolls have become ineffective now that everyone instantly recognizes that for what it is — people just hating to hate," says Imax Entertainment president Megan Colligan.

Of the divide between audience score and critics, Benson notes, "We are in the middle of evolving the audience score. We want to ensure its credibility."


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Acho que o próximo passo do RT deveria ser o seguinte: proibir reviews da audiência, a menos que sejam positivos. Já está na hora da audiência aprender que é proibido não gostar de um filme com agenda. :kclassic
 

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DISNEY CONFIRMED TO HAVE MANIPULATED CAPTAIN MARVEL PERCEPTION


As has been suspected for weeks, it is now confirmed that Disney and other companies have intentionally manipulated the online perception surrounding Captain Marvel.

A report by USA Today confirms two Disney studio executives said that "they've become more adept and prepared for combating organized negativity around a release."

The report mentions that videos posted to YouTube that weren't favorable about Captain Marvel or its star Brie Larson were pushed down.

It's further mentioned that Rotten Tomatoes removed the "Want To See" score from its site, but the article stops short of blaming Captain Marvel (which, of course, is the reason). Rotten Tomatoes also restarted its "Audience Score" following the flick's release, which appears to be in order to inflate the positive numbers. The president of Fandango is a former Disney executive.


It also recently became known that a movie reviewer for NBC Universal's SYFY site lied about doing reviews stating they had to spin things positively or else they wouldn't get access to exclusives, which included early access to movies and celebrity interviews.

Deadline has also been inflating box office numbers for Captain Marvel in every one of their articles.

It is also thought that Disney may be falsely reporting Captain Marvel box office numbers, as numerous users on social media have posted pictures of empty movie theaters. Another possibility is that Disney could be buying up all the empty seats themselves to falsely inflate ticket sales.


Disney could also be attempting to manipulate Captain Marvel on social media and in comments on articles at various websites. It could be possible that Reddit is filled with paid Disney shills and employees to combat negative Captain Marvel posts, to post positive posts, or Disney could even be employing bots to down-vote negative posts and up-vote the positive ones. Speaking of bots, it is known fake positive user reviews have been posted to the Captain Marvel Rotten Tomatoes page, as they all state the same thing, which looks to be as a result of bot traffic.

Of course, with SYFY confirming they shill for Disney, that basically confirms that any other site that also gets access to early screenings and interviews is also offering a false narrative about their own reports.

While it is being spun by Disney and their shill sites that "trolls" are to blame, what they are really doing is combating any and all negativity, using "trolling" as an excuse. And while it may be claimed that the negative fan reception to Captain Marvel didn't hurt the flick, it could be argued the movie may have opened a lot higher - closer to Black Panther's $202 million - than what it actually did. It could also be argued that Captain Marvel may have made a lot more money in the long run than whatever it will do.


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Rotten Tomatoes Mulls Further Tightening User Guidelines to Combat Trolls
A person may be asked to verify that he or she has seen the film in question before being allowed to post an audience review



On Feb. 26 — amid a deluge of negative posts about the female-led Captain Marvel — Rotten Tomatoes said it would no longer let users say whether they want to see a movie until it begins playing in theaters. Online trolls exacted their revenge by flooding the website with thousands of audience reviews trashing the superhero pic once it opened March 8.

But the play didn't work. Captain Marvel is a blockbuster, opening to $154.3 million domestically and more than $455 million globally over the March 8-10 weekend, the sixth-biggest launch of all time. And by Tuesday, it was zooming past the $500 million mark worldwide.

A rep for the website now tells The Hollywood Reporter that additional measures are being considered in terms of audience reviews. Namely, a user may be asked to verify that he or she has seen the film in question before being allowed to post a critique. (It is unclear what that prompt would look like in practice.)

"We are disappointed that there was a group of people who were obviously very passionate and who had a negative opinion of the movie, whether they saw it or not," says Dana Benson, vp communications for Fandango, parent of Rotten Tomatoes.

Early on the morning of March 8, the audience score for Captain Marvel was 32 percent from around 58,000 users, an unusually high number. Rotten Tomatoes issued a statement midday saying a glitch had led to an incorrect tally. The number of reviews subsequently dropped to 7,000 with a score of 35 percent. However, by Sunday, the number of audience reviews had swelled to around 40,000 with a score of 55 percent.

That was in stark contrast to a Rotten Tomatoes critics' score of 81 percent — and to the "A" CinemaScore awarded the film by audiences (as of Wednesday, the audience rating had risen to 63 percent from 62,706 reviews).

In its Feb. 26 note, the site said, "We are disabling the comment function prior to a movie’s release date. Unfortunately, we have seen an uptick in non-constructive input, sometimes bordering on trolling, which we believe is a disservice to our general readership."

Previously, trolls tried to sabotage Black Panther and the all-female Ghostbusters reboot. "The trolls have become ineffective now that everyone instantly recognizes that for what it is — people just hating to hate," says Imax Entertainment president Megan Colligan.

Of the divide between audience score and critics, Benson notes, "We are in the middle of evolving the audience score. We want to ensure its credibility."


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Acho que o próximo passo do RT deveria ser o seguinte: proibir reviews da audiência, a menos que sejam positivos. Já está na hora da audiência aprender que é proibido não gostar de um filme com agenda. :kclassic
Eu não fico nem um pouco surpreso com isso, agora qualquer um que fizer uma crítica ao filme ou falar mal da atriz é o errado na história, mesmo a Brie sendo uma feminista babaca.
Com um damage control desses é difícil qualquer filme flopar.
 

RJBADBOY01

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Vai ficar muito zoado se colocarem essa Mary Sue pra lutar contra o Thanos.
Seria que nem a luta do Superman contra o Lobo da Estepe no filme da liga da justiça.
Zoadíssimo a personagem mais super poderosa até o momento enfrentar o maior vilão até o momento, que zoado, melhor ela ficar na praia pegando sol enquanto os vingadores lutam sem ela, isso sim ,seria coerente!
 

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Zoadíssimo a personagem mais super poderosa até o momento enfrentar o maior vilão até o momento, que zoado, melhor ela ficar na praia pegando sol enquanto os vingadores lutam sem ela, isso sim ,seria coerente!
Se a luta não for avacalhada que nem o Superman vs Lobo da Estepe eu já fico satisfeito.
 

NJunior

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To vendo muita gente dizendo que não viu lacração no filme e tal, mas a questão inicial não era se o filme abordaria uma agenda progressista, ou não, e sim a atitude escrota da atriz na divulgação do filme.
Eu disse que não vi também nada de lacração no filme, gostei muito do filme, e se a atriz ou qualquer um do filme falou ou fez cagada fora do filme a mim pouco importa, o que vale é o filme, se os atores são toscos na vida real ou falaram baboseira, ou são lacradores, isso não afeta meu interesse no filme em si, claro é mais legal assistir um filme que nós admiramos o ator/atriz mas isso não conta muito.

Enfim, o filme é legal, muito mais legal que Thor Ragnarok por exemplo.

A Capitã deve ser a "melhor representação de um(a) Super Sayajin" no cinema 4ever :lolwtf
 
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