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).
Kill Your Darlings
Last Updated: 09/06/13
With 12 reviews at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, this film could hit in a big way. It looks entertaining enough and the critiques say Radcliffe and DeHaan hit home.