Warner Bros. Makes Big Digital Push by Buying Flixster, Rotten Tomatoes


Michelle is a freelance writer and editor who became addicted to television by watching soaps with her grandmother at age six. She is pickier now, but not by much. Her free time is spent either watching TV or reading a book—often both at the same time—and the Kindle and Tivo are her all-time favorite inventions.

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3 Responses

  1. Sandie says:

    I am honestly curious to see how Rotten Tomatoes will continue to

    operate independently. Because I just can’t imagine Warner Bros being ok with a site they own trashing one of their own movies. So I guess we’ll have to see how extensive the impact is.

    • Michelle StJames says:

      I’m curious, too. This is such a potentially sticky situation, and I always prefer separation of studio and critics. Even though Rotten Tomatoes is mostly an aggregate site, there’s always potential for shenanigans. Not that I’m overly suspicious or anything. 🙂

  2. Brisboi70 says:

    I agree a movie studio owning a review website. Be interesting to see if warner bros movies get higher ratings although supposedly these are just a collection of critics opinions grouped onto one site.