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Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon Has A Terrible Rotten Tomatoes Score (So Far)

Zack Snyder doesn’t exactly have a stellar track record when it comes to Rotten Tomatoes scores. His only film on the platform to be Certified Fresh is his feature-length directorial debut — 2004’s “Dawn of the Dead” — which boasts a 76% rating. “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” his director’s cut of the superhero team-up film, also received good reviews, coming in at 72%. His other Netflix directorial venture, “Army of the Dead,” didn’t do too shabby, with a score of 67%. 

“Rebel Moon — Part One: A Child of Fire” is a far cry from those numbers at 25%, which puts it in striking distance of becoming Snyder’s worst-reviewed movie ever. At the moment, that distinction belongs to “Sucker Punch,” which has a score of 22%. More reviews will undoubtedly factor into the equation, and if they’re more negative than positive, “Rebel Moon” could easily get lower than that. The next Snyder flick closest to “Rebel Moon” presently is “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” which has a rating of 29%.

Even if the sci-fi epic stays close to where it is now, there’s still hope. A “Rebel Moon” director’s cut is already planned, so if it delves deeper into the characters and clears things up, it may win some critics over. Snyder’s director’s cuts tend to be better than what comes out initially, as attested by “Justice League.” But for the time being, “Rebel Moon” likely isn’t changing the mind of anyone skeptical of Snyder as a director in the first place.

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