The Internet Movie Database (IMDB.com) tweaks the ratings of the new documentary ‘Fauci’ to compensate for the barrage of one-star reviews. Review site RottenTomatoes.com says critics give it a 91% rating, but the audience slams it with a 4% rating. If they’ll do this for a documentary, how can viewers trust either service? Does data manipulation make for better movies?
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