If you are Disney, these are not the “Last Jedi” ratings you’re looking for.
A Facebook page announced Down With Disney’s Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys is claiming responsibility for tanking the Rotten Tomatoes audience score for the most recent “Star Wars” film, alleging that it exploited bots in a concerted attempt against the Rian Johnson-directed movie.
On Tuesday, we transmitted a direct sense to the page, whose moderator responded almost immediately. He explained that he’s worried with “Star Wars” producers for, “among other things, ” acquainting more female characters into the franchise’s universe.
Throughout the course of our communication, the self-identified is part of the “alt-right” claimed that Poe Dameron( played by Oscar Isaac) is a “victim of the anti-mansplaining shift, ” that Poe and Luke Skywalker( Mark Hamill) are in danger of being “turn[ ed] ” gay, and that guys should be reinstated as lords of “society.”
In case you’ve missed it, the latest installment in the “Star Wars” franchise has earned immense adoration from movie critics, including an impressive 93 percentage on the favourite scrutinize aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, which caused Fandango managing editor Erik Davis to exclaim that he’s ever seen a film give a Certified Fresh stamp so quickly.( Fandango owns Rotten Tomatoes .)
But take a look at the screenshot below, captivated Tuesday afternoon. The audience reaction — a halfhearted 55 percentage, with more than 118,000 useds weighing in — advocates a rather steep part between critics’ actions and those of nonprofessional moviegoers.