Justice League is off to a tough start, and it is something that Power Rangers can identify with. Power Rangers has an advantage over it at the moment.
A whole lot was made of the Rotten Tomatoes score for Justice League which had been revealed through their site’s show, See It Skip It. Justice League had debuted with a 37% on the Tomatometer and had gone up to 40%. That is below Saban’s reboot of Power Rangers which has a 43%.
Rotten Tomatoes has two scores to pay attention to. The Tomatometer rates the critic opinions and Audience Score rates the general audience scores.
For Power Rangers, audiences enjoyed it much more than the critics and up to a 66% in the Audience Score. This is a contrast, and it pales to Justice League’s ratio.
Justice League has 40% score and boasts an 85% Audience Score along with it. This paints a clear line between general audiences and critics.
Justice League has a 67.24 on ComicBook.com’s composite rankings.
As for Power Rangers, the movie has huge supporters but whether or not the fans get a sequel will depend on budgets. Lionsgate had a budget of $100 million for Power Rangers and brought in $142 million worldwide.
If Lionsgate and Saban can pitch a sequel that blends in the Green Ranger and cuts down the budget, they can have a winner, and the fans are more than up for another round.
Fans can watch Power Rangers now on digital, Blu-ray, and DVD, while Justice League is currently in theaters.