Fate is the Hunter review

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There has been a spike in reviews getting declined and for reasons that are becoming more and more questionable.  I posted this review for the movie "Fate is the Hunter," and it was declined because someone was "Unable to verify" information that I presented in the review.

I presented merely a description of the movie and added my own personal experience in the Air Force.  What?  Are you trying to say that since you cannot verify my own life that I cannot use those experiences to provide insight to a movie review when the movie deals with subject material which my career provided experience?

There is something very wrong going on at this site and it needs to stop!

Review posted:

"As a professional pilot, I wish I had known about this film a long time ago. I stumbled upon it and watched it with great interest. The story is excellent, providing a valuable insight into the so termed "accident chain of events," where a series of misfortunes, individually not catastrophic, when added together, results in a tragic mishap.

I used to teach Crew Resource Management for the US Air Force, and I am also surprised that this film was not listed as a valuable resource tool in classroom presentations. Obviously, its length would have prevented a full presentation, but there are valuable nuggets herein that provide poignant examples of the classic chain of events that were the root cause of many aviation accidents.

The plot is tight and instructive, and at the time served as a valuable object lesson of the pitfalls when people leap to conclusions without first undertaking an exhaustive research effort to track down every salient detail. The interaction of various people, all operating with clearly biased motivations, provides an intriguing psychological examination.

Anyone who is part of aviation can draw benefit from this film, and the general public can simply enjoy a very nice and well scripted and well acted movie!"

The staff reviewing these write ups need to rein in their enthusiasm to reject content.  It appears like you are trying to chase members away from your site.
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Ken Stallings

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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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Post it this way and will go through.


The story is excellent, providing a valuable insight into the so termed "accident chain of events," where a series of misfortunes, individually not catastrophic, when added together, results in a tragic mishap.

The plot is tight and instructive, and at the time served as a valuable object lesson of the pitfalls when people leap to conclusions without first undertaking an exhaustive research effort to track down every salient detail. The interaction of various people, all operating with clearly biased motivations, provides an intriguing psychological examination.

Anyone who is part of aviation can draw benefit from this film, and the general public can simply enjoy a very nice and well scripted and well acted movie!"

They cannot verify your personal life and observations of aviation.
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Hi Ken,

Thanks for reporting. This shouldn't have been rejected, have you got the 18 digit submission reference for the rejected review and I can investigate? If you would also like to re-submit the review please do so and provide me with the new submission reference and I can ensure that this one goes live for you.

Thanks,
Will