IMDB

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IMDB or the Internet Movie Database is an online database, encyclopedia / reference website that chronicles information about movies, television shows and actors. It is one of the more comprehensive sites of its class. On February 20, 2017, its forums and private messaging functions were shut down and relocated to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, with the official reason for doing so being listed as the forums being such that no one was enjoying them anymore.[1]

Much like Hollywood, Imdb has a strong liberal bias. Because the website assigns films and television shows a rating out of 10 based on user reviews rather than professional critics, liberal vandalism is extremely common. Liberal and especially atheist users often write hateful biased fake reviews of movies and shows they have never even seen, all because they disagree with the conservative or Christian themes present. The O’Reilly Factor is one of the most popular shows on cable television, yet it has an average rating of 3.2/10 on Imdb thanks to the liberals who trashed its page. Most Christian independent low-budget films such as “‘Voiceless’” and “‘Last Ounce of Courage’” have ratings below 2/10. On the other hand, liberal garbage like Family Guy and 40 Days and 40 Nights have near perfect scores. You don’t see conservatives going on this site and trashing films and TV shows they disagree with, do you? The only reason this vandalism is happening is because the atheist community is a bunch of [Atheism_and_Laziness|lazy]] cowards who only interact anonymously on the internet because they lack social skills.

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