Festival Circuit: Early Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic Scores

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Festival Circuit: Early Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic Scores

The majority of film critics will view these films closer to their official release dates. However, a few film critics have seen them now at the various film festivals. These scores will obviously change over time, but they can also be a good idea for where the film is headed critically.

Remember, Metacritic assigns a specific numerical score out of 100 for a film based on the film critics reaction, and Rotten Tomatoes creates a percentage based on critics who simply liked it (fresh) or didn’t like it (rotten).

All is Lost
RT: 100% (11 reviews)
MC: 74 (5 positive, 2 mixed)

Blue is the Warmest Color
RT: 100% (12 reviews)
MC: 96 (7 positive)

Captain Phillips
RT: NA (4 reviews, all fresh)
MC: (3 positive reviews)

Dallas Buyers Club
RT: 100% (9 reviews)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Diana
RT: 13% (8 reviews)
MC: (2 mixed reviews, 1 negative)

Enough Said
RT: 100% (6 reviews)
MC: No Reviews Yet

The Fifth Estate
RT: 40% (15 reviews)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Gravity
RT: 100% (22 reviews)
MC: 96 (9 positive reviews)

Inside Llewyn Davis
RT: 91% (23 reviews)
MC: 100 (8 positive reviews)

The Invisible Woman
RT: 83% (6 reviews)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Kill Your Darlings
RT: 100% (12 reviews)
MC: 69 (4 positive, 2 mixed reviews)

Labor Day
RT: 82% (17 reviews)
MC: 76 (4 positive, 1 mixed review)

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
RT: (2 reviews: 1 fresh, 1 rotten)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Parkland
RT: 55% (11 reviews)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Philomena
RT: 86% (7 reviews)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Prisoners
RT: 88% (16 reviews)
MC: 81 (7 positive, 2 mixed)

The Railway Man
RT: (4 reviews, 2 fresh, 2 rotten)
MC: No Reviews Yet

Rush
RT: 100% (19 reviews)
MC: 86 (8 positive reviews)

12 Years a Slave
RT: 100% (13 reviews)
MC: 96 (5 positive reviews)

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