Love it or hate it, Rotten Tomatoes has a lot of power when it comes to the modern film industry with its aggregation of movie reviews.
The DC Extended Universe has especially suffered following the 26 and 27% scores for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad last year.
However this all turned around when Wonder Woman was certified fresh at 92% earlier this summer.
Now with all eyes on Justice League the website has made a controversial move by withholding the new movie’s score until 5:01am GMT tomorrow morning – just a day before its released.
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The new Justice League Experience
Sun, November 5, 2017
The superhero cast launch the new exhibition, 'The Justice League Experience'. An installation which brings the DC film to life with 5 character themed rooms including film sets, props, costumes all on display.
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The Justice League cast pose for photos at the new Justice League Experience
This is despite the release of Justice League’s reviews earlier this morning, which weren’t exactly singing the film’s praises.
Nevertheless the score has been found on Rotten Tomatoes’ smart phone app, Flixster.
So far Justice League has obtained 51% positive reviews which, although a darn side better than last year’s efforts from DC, currently has the big green rotten splodge next to it.
While this may go up (or down) before Rotten Tomatoes’ official reveal tomorrow, this reflects the mixed – but mainly brutal – reactions to Justice League so far.
Yes a few critics gave the film four stasr and highlighted a lighter, more fun tone than Batman v Superman’s dark and serious drama, but many critics went to town ripping the film to shreds.
Justice League's Rotten Tomatoes score is on their Flixster app
Justice League so far is 'rotten' with 51% positive reviews
Just one example was Daily Telegraph’s Robbie Collin whose one star review said: “It’s consistently embarrassing to watch, and features plot holes so yawningly vast they have a kind of Grand Canyon-like splendour.”
Justice League is released in UK cinemas on November 17, 2017.