So what do you make of the film's Rotten Tomato score?
However, Comicbook.com reports that the Justice League's Rotten Tomatoes score has been leaked early and boy, it doesn't look good. The anticipated grade for Justice League has come under particularly tough scrutiny after it was delayed almost a day so that it could be revealed on the site's new Facebook show See It/Skip It. Rotten Tomatoes has begun holding back scores for some films and television shows so they can be revealed at the end of each episode, and this is the third time a score has been held for the Facebook show. After reviews came out for Batman v Superman, some fans believed that critics were paid to give the movie negative reviews, and even after Wonder Woman debuted with a certified fresh rating there was still plenty of anguish among fans, some who took the celebration of positive reviews as a slight against the films that weren't as well-received.
These films have been largely review proof, bringing in huge amounts of ticket sales despite the overwhelming critical derision, and Justice League is expected to be no different.
Under normal circumstances, a score for Justice League would have popped up on Rotten Tomatoes by this morning.
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Metacritic slapped a 46 percent rating on the movie, as of Friday, while other critics have written lengthy reviews of the film. And bottom line: Justice League is seriously ho-hum, offering negligible thrills and some screamingly ridiculous plot twists.
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But the site also publishes news, interviews, and columns, and by moving into original programming with See It / Skip It, hosted by entertainment journalists Jacqueline Coley and Segun Oduolowu, Rotten Tomatoes seems to be edging toward not just pointing towards others' opinions but serving up some of its own. This score is the result of an aggregate of reviews. Their argument is probably overstated, but it suits Rotten Tomatoes to act as though they have a solid point. Aside from their personal views, the hosts are also tasked to reveal the Tomatometer score for any upcoming big and small screen offerings and this week, it was the DC epic under the spotlight.
I haven't read any of the reviews as of yet, but when these reviewers are giving the Ghostbusters reboot a better review than Justice League, something isn't adding up. It is still right in the middle of the five-film franchise with this summer's hit Wonder Woman (92%) and the saga's kick-off project, Man of Steel (55%) taking the top two places.