My comment from 6 years ago was deleted from a movie's page, along with all the other comments about the same movie

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Granted, there were only 3 comments I think, because I had checked that movie's page a couple of months ago to see if there were any new comments. I remember 3, could be more but I doubt it.

This is a movie from 2012, indie-ish but terrible by all means. I remember my comment had gotten little but positive feedback (just checked, it's removed from the movie's page but still intact on my own page)

I also remember someone sending me a private message on imdb (yes, it was those days) about my comment on this film, about how I was this and that and how I never got any girlfriends, and how he was gonna mess my face up etc etc you know the type. Also, just a few hours after that, I had received a totally different private message from someone else (but I suppose the two people were either related or the same guy). This time he went on about how his mother raised him as a sissy princess and wanted my help to dress up, and I'm not joking, this was what he actually spoke about.

Just today I was checking something about Danny Trejo and I remembered that he was in this particular movie. So I decided to check again and boom, noticed that all comments were gone.

Now my guess is, someone connected with this production (producer, director, whatever) got too annoyed at my review and the others (which kind of ridiculed how bad the film was but not in a coarse way at all) and somehow either reported them as offensive, or inaccurate, or did something... Anyway, I can't think of any other reason why all comments disappear at once from a movie.
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