Men In Black: International Arrives with Franchise Worst Rotten Tomatoes Score

Men In Black: International Arrives with Franchise Worst Rotten Tomatoes Score
Critics have started to weigh in on Men In Black: International and it's not looking good for the new iteration of the long-running franchise, as the majority of them aren't buying what Sony Pictures is selling, according to its Rotten Tomatoes score. What are they selling exactly? We've got a new cast, which is headlined by Chirs Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, marking a seemingly welcome reunion, as the two had excellent chemistry with one another in Thor: Ragnarok. Unfortunately, that chemistry isn't enough to save this sequel/reboot in the eyes of many.

The Mib review embargo recently lifted and that means the reviews are being tallied on Rotten Tomatoes. As of this writing, with 69 reviews counted, the movie holds a very poor 32 percent approval rating. That makes it the lowest in the history of the Men In Black franchise, which dates back to 1997. It's been dormant since Mib 3 was
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