Discussion in 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix' started by psylockolussus, Sep 28, 2018.
Some of those I think will be added soon
Well at least it recovered from that 15% and now its 21%.
Damn, I never thought the franchise would go that low but in Kinberg, we trust.
Hoping it can at least reach 27%. ISnt that where BvS or Suicide Squad is? I don’t remember. Those have their genuine fans, and Phoenix seems to as well.
Jesus, hopefully not.
We made it to the end without a top Cyclops showing. Same goes for Storm though. And Rogue. And........
Hmm, I’m not quite cool with that. He doesn’t deserve it.
At this point, even if it goes up to 27% and it is still a bad / mediocre for most of the critics and it already has 100 reviews.
Personally speaking, I don't think we would see a disastrous results like this again for a theaterical Marvel film in a long time (unless Sony's upcoming films are even worse and The New Mutants doesn't become a straight to streaming/dvd movie). So I hope the rating goes even lower, this should teach Hollywood / Fox never to hire Kinberg as a director and as a writer. I don't feel sorry for Kinberg at all and he should really take all the heat. This is his fourth Marvel misfire. While the X-Men would recover after this.
I liked it. I prefer that as the end rather than Logan which focuses on too few characters.
Hooooly s***! I saw this and I just burst out laughing
I don't mean to be mean, but how the hell did this happen? I thought they reshot the third act to "improve" the film? My personal prediction for the Tomatometer was 50-60 %. This score is just crazy. This franchise needs to rest and get rebooted at Marvel Studios. Thankfully, it seems like that is exactly what's happening.
Exactly. Someone made a good analogy earlier. He’s the guy in the study group he gets an A even though everyone else did most of the work.
6% more on RT will make this all better.
I would hardly call the Variety and BirthMoviesDeath reviews “positive”. More like damning with faint praise.
So I reopened the poll after already seeing the 17% and yet someone still voted for fresh.
If we add all 20, it would be up to 33%. Perfection.
I'm reading the summary of the reviews and a lot of them are saying its the worst of the series which is reflective to its rt rating, as the worst rated film in the series.
The first four reviews results when you search Dark PhoeniX review on YouTube are all negative. Chris Stuckmann, Jeremy, Grace Randolph and Ign.
It really feels like this film is having a Fant4stic / Bvs moment. Not even a X3 / Tasm2 / Sm3 moment as the reviews for those were divisive. But the reviews for this is mostly negative, like 4 out of 5 gave it a rotten review.
Jeremy went to town on this. Gave it dogsh**t
I always liked Corbyn.
At least Gavin Hood can breathe a sigh of relief in knowing his film(Wolverine: Origins) has now been dethroned as the worst reviewed X-Film of all time.
It took ten years to dethrone that one lmao!
Another 6% and we are officially in the clear. I refuse to watch any film that gets less than 27%, but at that level all is of course forgiven and the film will be a beast. Good luck
Hood has been patient. He knew this day would come, and he threw the mother of all parties when Kinberg was announced as director for DP. Congrats to Hood. DP is really a Hood story.
I expected Apocalypse to be bad the moment I saw his 5 foot Ivan Ooze lookin ...
A huge problem with X-Men: Apocalypse (and apparently this movie) that was shared with Fantastic Beasts 2 is the inability to jettison characters not essential to the story.
I don't think either of Apocalypse or Dark Phoenix needed Magneto and Mystique. The movies would have been better without them, despite the lack of star power.