Zack Snyder’s New Movie Rebel Moon Debuted With A Brutal 9% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Zack Snyder’s New Movie Rebel Moon Debuted With A Brutal 9% Rotten Tomatoes Score

The jury has spoken, and the verdict on Zack Snyder’s latest film, Rebel Moon, is in. After months of anticipation, the movie has finally arrived. For Snyder fans and genre lovers, this was a moment to celebrate. However, it seems like the excitement has been short-lived. Rebel Moon has received a disappointing 9% score on Rotten Tomatoes, which is a popular review-aggregation website.

Critics are not holding back in their reviews of Rebel Moon. Some have described the film as formulaic and boring, going as far as to say it’s Snyder’s worst film to date. This negative reception doesn’t bode well for the overall critical reception of the movie. Even though the score has been gradually increasing as more critics have reviewed it, starting with such a low score is not a good sign.

Rebel Moon takes inspiration from the Star Wars universe, but since Snyder couldn’t make his own film within that franchise, he created a reimagined story within his own vision. Unfortunately, it seems like his storytelling style might not be resonating with viewers. Similar sentiments were seen with Snyder’s previous films, such as the “Snyder-Cut” of Justice League, which was praised by fans but left some feeling that the theatrical cut fell short of Snyder’s complete vision.

Currently, the reviews for Rebel Moon are based on the theatrical cut being shown in limited cinemas. However, Snyder has already hinted at a director’s cut that will offer a longer and more complete version of the film. This gives hope to fans that the extended version might garner a more positive response. We will have to wait and see if the wider streaming release changes the critical reception.

For now, Rebel Moon is not being considered one of Snyder’s best entries. So if you’re curious to see if it lives up to the hype, you can catch it in limited theaters now or wait for its release on Netflix on December 21st. Make sure to mark your calendars and decide for yourself if Rebel Moon is up-to-snuff.