'Justice League' Gets Delayed Rotten Tomatoes Score of 43 Percent

'Justice League' Gets Delayed Rotten Tomatoes Score of 43 Percent

'Justice League' Gets Delayed Rotten Tomatoes Score of 43 Percent

The Rotten Tomatoes score for Justice League has at last been released, giving the comic book team-up flick a less than desirable 40%. 62 reviewers give it a fresh rating, while 94 reviewers have given it a rotten rating instead. But interest in the film is still high, especially since its predecessor, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, pulled in abysmal reviews from critics that earned it a "rotten" 27 percent rating.

Stay tuned for our review of Justice League shortly.

The fact that Justice League is now falling pretty much right in the middle of the road - we've seen it, and thought it was a hot mess, but with some great potential for where the DC universe goes next - surely points out that the movie isn't as bad as critics had initially feared, nor as good as DC fans would have hoped. I'll personally admit, though, that a lot of the negative reviews don't really focus on the film itself, but rather on bashing it on a personal level. However, despite the fact that countless critics have put out their extensive thoughts on the project in the form of writing, some fans are still on the lookout for the overall consensus that review aggregating sites offer.

When the movie's initial rating leaked ahead of time via the social app Flixter, it had a disappointing but perhaps not lethal 48 percent Tomatometer rating. It is big, loud, terrible to look at and oh-so-dumb.

Part of the reason many eyes are on how "Justice League" performs is because of the smashing success of "Wonder Woman". And it only took five movies to get there.

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The movie is doing better other DC films. Do you have faith that the film could inch its way up through the 50s? Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash-it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Variety said "Justice League", which cost an estimated $300 million to make, remains on track for "an impressive, but hardly heroic" opening weekend of $110 million at 4,040 North American locations.

Are you planning on seeing the film? Their argument is probably overstated, but it suits Rotten Tomatoes to act as though they have a solid point.

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