The Hills’ producer says that, in the final stages of the lawsuit against the makers of the series, it is “not really about the copyright issues.
We’re not there to get to a debate.”
The lawsuit is a direct challenge to the “Rotten Tomatoes” system that lets movie makers decide which films are considered “liked.”
Critics and critics of the system have argued that the system is unfair to Hollywood’s biggest stars.
In the suit, the producers of the new movie claim that the Rotten Tomatometer is “inherently biased toward the production and marketing of movies that have been ‘liked.'”
The complaint claims that it is not clear why critics have been able to “pick and choose which of these films are being considered ‘loved.'”
It also says that critics “have no way to challenge the validity of the ROTC’s decisions.”
RottenTomatoes, an online service, has said it is reviewing the complaint.
“The RottenTomato process is meant to serve as a neutral, objective rating of films, and that’s what we are going to continue to fight for,” producer Jeff Berwick told The Hollywood Reporter.
The creators of the movie are also looking to get the rights back, and to be able to promote the movie on social media.
The suit asks that the “rights” be returned to them.
“Rotten, I know you have some really important things to say about this, and I’m not here just to say some things that you think are really good, but really good and important things,” Berwick said.
“We want the rights.
We want the movie.
I’m sure you will agree that this is a really important and important matter.”
It’s a strange way to handle a legal issue.
This story has been updated.