'Justice League' Rotten Tomatoes Score Revealed

Emilio Banks
November 18, 2017

But anyone purchasing advance tickets before the score comes out on Thursday won't see a Rotten Tomatoes score, either on the Rotten Tomatoes website or on Fandango.

Per the norm with the DCEU (sans Wonder Woman) reviewers didn't take too kindly to Justice League as the Rotten Tomatoes score is in and now sits at 36%.

At the time of writing, the Rotten Tomatoes score for Justice League isn't on the site, because they are attempting to get more people to watch their new show See It/Skip It, but on that show they reveal the movie's RT score: 43%. But anyone who's wondering whether the film will be deemed "fresh" or "rotten" by Rotten Tomatoes will have to wait another day for the site to reveal its rating.

The score puts Justice League in the middle of the five DC Universe films, with Wonder Woman leading at an unbelievable 92%, Man of Steel close to Justice League with 55%, and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad trailing far behind with 27% and 26%, respectively.

So how are they combating that with Justice League?

"Justice League" stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Henry Cavill and unites Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and other superheroes in the DC universe. Conversely, blockbusters with rock bottom scores such as Baywatch (19 percent) and Transformers: The Last Knight (15 percent) faltered domestically over the summer. With no Rotten Tomatoes score, it was tough to determine whether the trickle of poor early reviews is a fluke or a consensus. And bottom line: Justice League is seriously ho-hum, offering negligible thrills and some screamingly ridiculous plot twists.

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Justice League is likely to be another divisive film.

"We are absolutely autonomous, like any news organization", Rotten Tomatoes spokesperson Dana Benson told the Post.

"The goal of Rotten Tomatoes, as per its own About Us page, is that it "offers the most comprehensive guide to what's fresh".

Probably not. In all likelihood, this is simply promotion for a Rotten Tomatoes original series, as no doubt plenty of fans will be tuning in to See It/Skip It to check out the score reveal.

The late review embargo lift doesn't bode well for Justice League, which has been mired in behind-the-scenes changes and overhauls after extensive reshoots overseen by Joss Whedon. Generally, the closer the reviews are published to the movie's release date, the lower the score, according to a Mashable report.

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