For anyone upset at this, do be, hugely. Kick at things. Try to find past discussions at Wayback or something to promote a lesser and soon faded site. This is the way, and it is utter shit, and sell-outs are utter shit.
Even a person who might host a comprehensive "Talk HERE from former GD and OT RT posters" would do of benevolence, and yeah, years maybe done, but after google or the net zero or what so long.
I think the best example of this is whoever made the very good "Jumping the Shark" site. Maybe not making billions, but really doing good stuff on when TV shows were like--why, or too much. And other categories. Then bought out by CBS or something. And not to shit on him--a few million for a fan site that had until actual drained monies...
but then Jumping the Shark was useless....
Anyone seeing this should copy-post or screenshot as a rare enter into the purge. Rotten Tomatoes is about to nuclear strike all, every, independent voices, from cunts to morons to wiseasses to noble booger-eaters to cinema veritaes to real-life drug addicts to whatever. And whether or not good/bad, bad was that was that this was done in as dark a dead of night as the Colts fled Baltimore.
[NO TOPICS IN THIS FORUM] is the entirety now of any pushback on whatever purge of the forums may be.
Freedomland is really terrible btw. I'd suggest Moore should be embarrassed about this, except she's been an overrated actress for years. Embarrassed, : YOU Samuel L. Jackson, what is this shit. Is that what your character in Do the Right Thing became?
The mystery is absorbing, but unfortunately, the big reveal is botched and a lot less dramatic than it should be. The film is based in part on the real-life case of Susan Smith, and the writing is quite good as it not only focuses on the crime drama aspect but also deals directly with the racial tension caused by these accusations. Price has written some fine films over the years, and I would include this among them despite the reservations I had with the film's final act.
Julianne Moore is at the center of the mystery, and her performance is the centerpiece of the film, at times heart-wrenching even when you know her motives cannot be trusted. It's a credit to the actor when you empathize with her character without really trusting her. Also good in a supporting performance is Edie Falco, head of a parent's group helping to locate Moore's missing boy. She is superb in the film's single best scene in which her conversation with Moore about her missing child subtly turns into a subversive attempt at getting a confession.
"Freedomland" is a smart film that falters in the third act. There are some stunning performances and a terrific script, but the resolution doesn't feel as satisfying as it should.
I know you're capable of choosing much better films to express your talent in than this. I can't imagine seeing another performance which restricts your abilities as an actress once again like this.