Eternals Currently The Lowest Rated Marvel Movie on Rotten Tomatoes

Marvel Studios’ most recent release, Eternals, has become the lowest rated Marvel movie on the famous review site, Rotten Tomatoes.


“The Eternals, a race of immortal beings with superhuman powers who have secretly lived on Earth for thousands of years, reunite to battle the evil Deviants.”

At this current point in time, Eternals has a 66% rating on the Tomatometer.

Most of the reviewers seem to think there is just too much going on in the movie.

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Eternals feels like a balloon that tried to hold it all together but was filled to bursting; it’s too much-and not enough. The result is a very ambitious, very well made, kind of flat, and unfortunately forgettable film,” said Germain Lussier of

It will be interesting to see if an Eternals sequel will still happen, pending how well the first movie does in the box office.

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  1. Shouldn’t have put a sex scene in it (that I found out about on accident online). Now I won’t take the kids.

  2. I feel like this will still make money but they really should have put Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek at the focus of the marketing.

    This movie somehow looks like it lacks star power.

  3. It’s almost as if a director known exclusively for creating low budget Oscar-bait films isn’t the best choice for directing a $200 million film in an extremely popular action series. Who would have thought?

  4. That’s unfortunate that Eternals is rated low, considering Shang Chi is rated very high. Too bad Marvel can’t be consistent. I still think that the most important thing about a movie is the plot. They should pay writers extra when a movie does well, not actors. Anybody can act (even kids), but it takes unusual talent to come up with a good, interesting story.

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