Subject: Re: Rotten Tomatoes Under Fire For "Justice League" Review
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Subject: Re: Rotten Tomatoes Under Fire For "Justice League" Review
Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2017 05:07:05 -0000 (UTC)
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>> Lewis
>> > Ed Stasiak
>> >
>> > Not at all, it’s called the 1st Amendment. 
>> No it is not. 

> Unless the film critic signed some kinda “approved disclosure” agreement,
> they’re free to say whatever they want about the movie or tv show.

Either way, has *nothing* to do with the 1st Amendment. 

I've always had a flair for stage directions.