Justice League's Rotten Tomatoes Score Has Been Revealed!


The emphasis of a film's Rotten Tomatoes score has a unusual impact on movie fandom, especially in the 18 months since the release of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. It's important to note - as Rotten Tomatoes becomes increasingly popular - that the percentage it gives isn't a grade of the film's quality, but rather the percentage of critics who gave it a good review.

The score isn't all that surprising.

It's not as low as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice or Suicide Squad, but it's definitely not anywhere close to Wonder Woman or Man of Steel, even.

Depending on how you feel about Thursday screenings, Justice League is either finally arriving tomorrow or on Friday.

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So what do you make of the film's Rotten Tomato score?

There's a sense in which this critic score is a watershed moment for Rotten Tomatoes. Early reviews appeared to be very mixed-praising good character dynamics but slamming the movie's lackluster villain, the relatively unknown and unimpressive Steppenwolf.

Rotten Tomatoes scorings are often a way for filmgoers to get an idea of the quality of a movie without reading possible spoiler ridden reviews.

Like Rotten Tomatoes disappointment wasn't enough, Metacritic score also stands at a sad 51/100. Our own Mike Ryan said, "I am legitimately bummed out about how much I disliked Justice League", adding that the scenes reshot by Joss Whedon didn't match up, "like having a soup, then sprinkling the soup with basketballs". Be sure to tell us your thoughts on Rotten Tomatoes and DC Films in the comments! With Warner Bros. parent company Time Warner owning a partial stake in the online review aggregation website, fans might find this kind of approach suspicious. Rumors at the time suggest that the studio may have been spooked by Man of Steel's polarizing reception and underwhelming box office totals relative to expectations (it made just $20 million than Thor: The Dark World) and chose to rush a big budget team-up in Batman v Superman as a result.

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