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  • Alex Meyer
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    I should have started this topic way back at the beginning of January, but better late than never. Hopefully I can do this for all of 2017. Starting this week, I’ll be compiling a list of Rotten Tomatoes scores for the wide and limited releases of each Friday. Each list will be up by the end of the day each Friday. Here are this weeks’ Rotten Tomatoes score.

    October 14:

    Wide releases:
    The Accountant—50%
    Kevin Hart: What Now?—77%
    Max Steel—0%

    Limited releases:
    Aquarius—96%
    Asura: The City Of Madness—83%
    Certain Women—95%
    Christine—83%
    Coming Through The Rye—90%
    Desierto—57%
    Godzilla Resurgence (Shin Godzilla)—76%
    Jack Goes Home—17%
    Little Sister—93%
    Maya Angelou And Still I Rise—100%
    Miss Hokusai—100%
    Sky Ladder: The Art Of Cai Guo-Qiang—100%
    Tower—100%

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    Alex Meyer
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    October 21:

    Wide Release Films:
    Boo! A Madea Halloween—29%
    Jack Reacher: Never Go Back—38%
    Keeping Up With The Joneses—16%
    Ouija: Origin Of Evil—79%

    Limited Release Films:
    American Pastoral—17%
    Autumn Lights—20%
    The Beat Beneath My Feet—50%
    Creepy—94%
    Fire At Sea—95%
    The Handmaiden—94%
    In A Valley Of Violence—78%
    Jacqueline Argentine—20%
    King Cobra—59%
    Michael Moore In TrumpLand—44%
    Moonlight—99%
    A Stray—100%
    31—48%
    We Are X—88%
    The Whole Truth—29%

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    GusCruz
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    Creepy—94%

    Do not miss this one, folks.

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    Alex Meyer
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    I realized after looking at this weekend’s numbers on Box Office Mojo, Rotten Tomatoes forgot to include the Christian film I’m Not Ashamed in their lineup. It has a 40% rating, based on 5 reviews.

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    Alex Meyer
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    October 28:

    Wide Release Films:
    Inferno—20%

    Limited Release Films:
    Before The Flood—68%
    By Sidney Lumet—75%
    Gimme Danger—92%
    Oasis: Supersonic—86%
    The Unspoken—0%

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    November 4:

    Wide Release Films:
    Doctor Strange—90%
    Hacksaw Ridge—87%
    Trolls—75%

    Limited Release Films:
    Dog Eat Dog—35%
    Don’t Call Me Son—67%
    The Eagle Huntress—94%
    Loving—91%
    Off The Rails—100%
    Peter And The Farm—100%
    Trash Fire—69%

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    November 11:

    Wide Release Films :
    Almost Christmas—41%
    Arrival—94%
    Shut In—0%

    Limited Release Films:
    Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk—49%
    Dreamland—50%
    Elle—92%
    Kiki, Love To Love—100%
    The Love Witch—97%
    The Monster–83%
    My Life As A Zucchini—100%
    National Bird—100%
    Uncle Kent 2—63%
    USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage—10%

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    GusCruz
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    Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk—49%

    Ouch

    Elle—92%

    Embarrassingly low but not exactly a surprise — American critics usually take decades to acknowledge the greatness of Verhoeven’s films

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    Alex Meyer
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    This film is much different than what he did in the 80s and 90s.

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    November 18:

    Wide Release Films:
    Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk—41%
    Bleed For This—63%
    The Edge Of Seventeen—94%
    Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them—75%

    Limited Release Films:
    Friend Request—40%
    Hunter Gatherer—91%
    I Am Not Madame Bovary—82%
    Manchester By The Sea—99%
    Nocturnal Animals—72%
    Notes On Blindness—92%
    Officer Downe—50%
    A Street Cat Named Bob—77%
    The Take (Bastille Day)—46%
    Uncle Howard—78%

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    November 18:

    The Edge Of Seventeen—94%

    YES! So happy to see this as this movie is one of my favorites of the year. I’m still hoping for some Globe noms.

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    November 18:

    The Edge Of Seventeen—94%

    YES! So happy to see this as this movie is one of my favorites of the year. I’m still hoping for some Globe noms.

    It’s now at 95%. Shouldn’t this film and Hallie be added to the prediction center for the Globes?

    Hallie really has a great shot at getting nominated.

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    WildforFilm
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    Hallie and the film have been added to the Globes prediction center.

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    November 23, 25:

    Wide Release Films:
    Allied—62%
    Bad Santa 2—25%
    Moana—98%
    Rules Don’t Apply—57%

    Limited Release Films:
    Always Shine—89%
    Baden Baden—94%
    Evolution—78%
    Kill Command—67%
    Lion—77%
    Miss Sloane—72%
    Seasons—92%

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    December 2:

    Wide Release Films:
    Believe—No score yet, as the film was not screened for critics
    Incarnate—30%

    Limited Release Films:
    Best And Most Beautiful Things—82%
    Bobby Sands: 66 Days—95%
    The Duelist—50%
    The Eyes Of My Mother—75%
    Jackie—88%
    Man Down—11%
    Old Stone—92%
    Siren—67%
    Things To Come—100%

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