Did Flixster Leak The Rotten Tomatoes Score For Justice League

Justice League reviews are starting to hit the net as the embargo lifts. However, those who are waiting for the Rotten Tomatoes scores will have to wait another day for the site to reveal its rating. Of course, this didn’t stop a handful of people from snooping about. If these tweets are to be believed, it seems Flixster, a movie app which features Rotten Tomatoes’ scores, has unintentionally leaked the scores. Sadly, the ratings aren’t very good either.

Of course, it’s still early in the day and the ratings could possibly change drastically. It’s also worth noting that the ratings might be incorrect, although both Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes are part of Fandango’s portfolio of digital properties.

On the positive side, there are many sites who are giving the film good reviews, including Variety, The Verge, USA Today and LA Times.

Stay tuned for our review of Justice League shortly.

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    • Can you blame bad reviews.

      You had Zack Snyder film this…then you had Joss Whedon redo a lot of shots…then WB tells Joss it has to be cut to 2 hours.

      2 hours to introduce a new flash, aqua man, cyborg and villain.

      Seems like the same fate that Fantastic Four went through.

      May as well wait for the extended version on blue-ray.

  1. What ever happened to enjoying a movie with your own opinion. You go to a movie to relax and have a good time. But now we are told you won’t have a good time by these websites and people believe them. We put these movies under a microscope and ruin everything. Who care what rotten websites says what I’m going to this movie because I’ve wanted to see this type of movie since I was a kid

      • Nigel Tufnel

        Apparently you have lots of time on your hands, and you like to waste your life watching a lot of bad movies so you have the joy of “figuring it out for yourself.”

        Most of us value our time, and don’t want to waste a precious 2 hours on a bad movie. Getting a general feel for how a movie has been received can save a lot of time wasted on bad movies.

        It’s not a matter of being “an idiot”–it’s a matter of valuing your time on earth rather than panting after every piece of schlock that Hollywood throws your way.

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