Fans come to Rotten Tomatoes for recommendations on what to watch — whether it be the latest movies in theaters or the newest series to binge at home. Like you, we live and breathe movies and TV, and we love a good debate about our favorites (and those we think are Rotten).
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We’re building a community for movie and TV lovers to share their opinions and we want you to join us. We’re all about healthy discussion and debate, but we do have some house rules we need you to respect so that the site is useful and enjoyable for everyone.
We value the diverse opinions of our audience, so you may find points of view that you don’t agree with. And that’s cool. However, there are certain things we’re not OK with: Attempts to manipulate our data in any way, for example, or the posting of offensive, hateful, or disparaging material – and we reserve the right to restrict or deny your ability to participate in our community if we believe you are doing so. Actions on our part could include, but are not limited to, removing your comments or reviews from the site and/or blocking you from posting ratings or reviews in the future.
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