with no ability to sort by number of stars (or other useful filters).
Are we talking about the same amazon.com. You traverse to 'Customer Reviews', click on "1-star", and there they all are. I usually have done my homework, so, when I want something, a source, of reviews that are not favorable, is nice to have. I can weight the 1-star reviews against my previous information. Usually, the "I'll never by a
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