So by now I am sure that you have heard that Rotten Tomatoes is withholding Justice League critic reviews and the ‘Tomato Score’ until it streams its new show ‘See It/Skip It’, and if Rotten Tomatoes was the only critic aggregating site in town it might make sense to use its popularity to promote its new show this way, but guess what? It is not. If you want to go see a bunch of reviews with an average score just click on over to Metacritic.
I can save you some clicking and just tell you that Justice League is doing okay. Not great, but much better than Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad. Apparently the story is rushed nonsense, but the characters are great, so if you love Bats and Wondy, there is a good chance you will like this movie because they act like their true selves. In other words, the dialog works, so it sounds like the Joss Whedon part of the flick works. I will find out myself on Friday and then let you know what I think on Monday. If things work out as planned that is.
Anyway, if Rotten Tomatoes makes this delaying the reviews thing a normal deal. There are other, and some may say better, places to get the same info. In this case, Metacritic.com.
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