Published: Fri, March 08, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Drew Collins

Captain Marvel Rotten Tomatoes Drops To Lowest Score Yet

Captain Marvel Rotten Tomatoes Drops To Lowest Score Yet

Indeed, despite worries about the de-aging technology, a majority of critics reckon seeing a young, energetic Jackson is a large part of the film's appeal - Travers argues watching him pal about with Goose the cat, the film's other breakout star, provides much of its joy.

She doesn't have the elegance and aura that Gal Gadot does in Wonder Woman, and her looks are rather plain too.

It is unknown if the low Rotten Tomatoes score is cause for concern but as the movie gets released tonight for advanced previews, we'll get an idea of the weekend's box office.

Larson, 29, who won a best actress Oscar in 2016 for independent drama Room, began campaigning for stronger female representation on and off screen more than a year ago. "I said [Captain Marvel] could time travel one time". "I want you to be the best version of yourself", he blathers.

If, like me, you're confused about how and when the originally male Captain Marvel became a woman, don't bother with the character's Wikipedia page, since it's written in the comics fan's equivalent of Sanskrit.

Marvel movies typically enjoy pretty healthy scores in the early days of their runs, but Captain Marvel sits at a score of just 5.6 at the time of writing. Because we definitely weren't watching the same movie. You meet and work with a whole new group of people.

The 29-year-old actress opened up to PEOPLE about how important the role was at the Los Angeles premiere of Captain Marvel on Monday.


"But I'm not like them!" you'll say, if you leave the theater less than impressed by the film.

While speaking recently to Entertainment Tonight about the sound and fury Carol's bringing to the MCU, Samuel L. Jackson explained how Captain Marvel establishes just what its hero's powers are so that audiences will understand how it is that she's able to fight Thanos. Maybe it'll be among the worst Marvel movies to date.

This is, after all, a Marvel film, where "character" and "personality" are cobbled together from varying levels of snark, earnestness, stoicism, and nobility; where the only civilians who show up will eventually turn out to be instrumental in the final battle; where personal details exist to form the convenient spine for a lesson to be learned in the final act. And I know, you aren't like them.

Ever since the first trailers landed, some have criticised the lead character for looking so dour all the time.

DC may have had the first-mover advantage with 'Wonder Woman", but "Captain Marvel' will benefit from the changing gender politics and probably carry the momentum forward for "Wonder Woman: 1984'". A warrior without a life, all we know about her is that she tends to let her emotions override her focus, which we are told again and again (and again) is a liability.

There is always the next Avengers movie to satiate the never-dying hunger for costumed saviours but 'Captain Marvel', the first female superhero stand-alone, is set to make a timely landing in the post #MeToo era in Hollywood. So are a lot of other Avengers, but they didn't set themselves up to deliver more. Lynch went in-depth about how her career has been as a woman of color, what Captain Marvel means to her and, of course, her go-to karaoke song.

Even Ben Mendelsohn, one of the movie's alien villains, had nothing but compliments to pay the film. I appreciate it. And I look forward to talk about our theories and our favorite scenes after we watch Captain Marvel together.

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