Cinemascore has released their score for Solo: A Star Wars Story. And it’s an “A-” What that means for Solo’s box office results? Click through to find out more!
Ever since The Last Jedi was released Rotten Tomatoes Audience Scores, Cinemascores and whatever professional critics had to say was hotly debated. There has been a distinct feeling among quite a few moviegoers that whatever the Tomatometer or Metascore says is far removed from what the fans think about a movie. Cinemascore is something that is usually cited as a highly scientific and accurate gauge. But for what? Audience satisfaction? In this article I will try to examine if the aggregate scores by professional movie reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes and Metascore are actually far removed from what the fans feel. Click through to learn some surprising things!
Ever since The Last Jedi was released and the Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score dropped to lower and lower levels it was argued that Rotten Tomatoes is unreliable, prone to tampering and that services such as Cinemascore are highly scientific and much more accurate, since they are also used by the movie industry. This article wants to investigate if various claims about Rotten Tomatoes and Cinemascore are true. Click through to find out more!
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