15 Times Rotten Tomatoes Scores Were Way Off In 2017
In recent years, Rotten Tomato scores have become increasingly important to the public’s perception of a movie. Before a film even hits theaters, a poor score can discourage thousands of paying customers from seeing a movie. The main problem is, critics and audiences tend to disagree when it comes to labeling something a good or bad movie.
Sometimes tomato and audience scores line up. For example, Thor: Ragnarok earned a 92 from critics and an 88 from audiences, a score that shows most people had positive things to say about the movie. Obviously, the system isn’t perfect. Just because a movie scores a 90 or a 70 on rotten tomatoes, doesn’t ...
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