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Justice League's Rotten Tomatoes Score Finally Revealed

So this is probably why Warner Bros. didn't want reviews for Justice League to come out until the day before it hits theaters.

Rotten Tomatoes revealed the aggregate score for Zack Snyder's DC ensemble, and it shouldn't be a surprise if you've been reading the largely negative reviews. Justice League has a 43 percent rating, which puts it in the middle of the pack of the five films in the DCEU. 

The delayed score came on Rotten Tomatoes' new Facebook show See It/Skip it (below), which was released Wednesday (Nov. 15). The site has been holding back scores for some movies and TV shows so they can be revealed at the end of each episode, and this is the third time a score has been delayed.

The score is way down from the 92 percent fresh rating of Patty Jenkins' hugely successful Wonder Woman, and also lower than that for 2013's Man of Steel (55 percent). But it's definitely a step up from the muddled Suicide Squad (26 percent) and the dreary Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (27 percent), which is essentially what critics have been saying.

Of course, the Justice League score can fluctuate as more reviews roll in, but it can't be encouraging for Warner Bros. The studio made a concerted effort to lighten the tone of the movie, but there were signs of trouble. Snyder walked away from the film in the middle of production after a family tragedy, leaving The Avengers director Joss Whedon to handle reshoots. The stars have also done minimal press ahead of the release, at least compared to what you would expect for a tentpole franchise.

Although the film is still expected to do major bank at the box office with a projected $110 million opening weekend, the Rotten Tomatoes score is a disappointment when you look at those for recent flicks from rival Marvel. Thor: Ragnarok and Spider-Man: Homecoming both received 92 percent approval ratings, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 scored 82 percent.

Judge for yourself this weekend as Justice League goes wide on Nov. 17.

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Posted by See It/Skip It on Wednesday, November 15, 2017