Star Wars: The Last Jedi will likely be a box office juggernaut, but Power Rangers actually
That would be in the realm of Rotten Tomatoes' audience score. Star Wars: The Last Jedi currently holds a 93% when it comes to critics reviews, but the audience score for the film is much lower, with a 56% score at the moment. Meanwhile, Power Rangers has the opposite issue, as the reboot currently has a 44% in the critic's score but has a 66% in the audience score category.
For comparison's sake, Power Rangers has an average of 3.7 out of 5, with just over 43,000 user ratings. The Last Jedi, on the other hand, has a 3.3 out of 5 average rating, and currently holds a much higher 70,000 user ratings. That will only increase, as the film is only
The Last Jedi started out similar to Power Rangers, right around the 64% mark, but audiences don't seem as enthralled with the film as critics are.
As for Power Rangers, the film was generally well received by fans and critics, but for some reason just didn't connect at the box office. The film brought in over $85 million domestically and combined with
The Last Jedi should not have an issue in terms of box office, as the film is estimated to bring in over $200 million on opening weekend.
The Last Jedi currently holds an 87.25 on ComicBook.com's composite ranking, which you can submit your score for here. Power Rangers currently holds a 73.57 on the composite rankings, and you can add your score for that here.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is in theaters now.