Rotten Tomatoes reveals its rating for Justice League, and it's not great

Erica Roy
November 18, 2017

But what about that pesky Rotten Tomatoes score? Of course, the film's rating on the website could impact the box office collections majorly but it also raised eyebrows and speculations that the movie has a negative ranking on the site.

Justice League now has an official Rotten Tomatoes Score, as the review aggregating site finally reveals the film currently has a 43% rate. However, those who are waiting for the Rotten Tomatoes scores will have to wait another day for the site to reveal its rating.

That would put it right in the middle of the road in terms of Warner Brothers recent DCU movies, with the previous entries ranging from the highs of Wonder Woman (92%), and the all the way down through Man Of Steel (55%), Batman V Superman (27%) and Suicide Squad (26%).

Screen Rant: Justice League successfully ushers in a new era for DC Films and delivers lots of superhero fun - at the expense of a richer and more layered movie.

Under normal circumstances, a score for Justice League would have popped up on Rotten Tomatoes by this morning. Conversely, blockbusters with rock bottom scores such as Baywatch (19 percent) and Transformers: The Last Knight (15 percent) faltered domestically over the summer. But by delaying the score reveal, it won't be on Rotten Tomatoes until mere hours before the first showing of the movie.

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"Given the complicated setup of media conglomerates, it's not possible to draw a straight line between that fact and the delay of the Tomatometer score for 'Justice League, '" said Vox writer Alissa Wilkinson.

A late review embargo left fans deeply concerned; studios tend to restrict reviews when they're not confident a film will succeed, and hope negative reviews won't have too much of a negative impact.

The Atlantic: Justice League feels like a pilot episode - it's half-formed, overstuffed, and narratively a chore - but at least its gotten all those annoying introductions out of the way.

Justice League officially hits theaters November 17. It turns out one app has the unfiltered score available. That's been especially true since February 2016, when Rotten Tomatoes was acquired by Fandango, the website that sells advance movie tickets for many large theater chains.

Washington Post: Miller's weird, antiheroic Flash is one of the most refreshing breezes to blow through Justice League, making three years seem a long time to wait for the character's 2020 stand-alone film.

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