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.
— petewinslow (@thecatmancat) November 15, 2017
Flixster leaked the RT Score at 48%…another divisive movie based on 44 reviews. Like so others don't have to sit through that stupid facebook show pic.twitter.com/yuvTCF8tlG
— Will Roose (@willtherooseter) November 15, 2017
It’s already on the Flixster app.. can’t read the actual reviews, though. pic.twitter.com/eASTvjbZP1
— ☁️ (@CXMAguilera) November 15, 2017
when you look at the RT for the film on the Flixster app pic.twitter.com/jKZcfChiEv
— Matt (@Matt_FOS) November 15, 2017
— Armand is at CinemaOne Originals 2017 ✨?️? (@armanddc) November 15, 2017
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.
Stay tuned for our review of Justice League shortly.