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2017 LoveHate Rate


The LoveHate Rate is a combined measurement of average critical and audience film ratings.

Two critical measurements (Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer & Metacritic’s Metascore)
and two audience measurements (Flixster’s User Score & IMDb Rating)
are re-weighted and combined in four equal parts to create a single average score (out of ten).

Due in part to time constraints, there is currently a $3 million domestic total gross minimum requirement to appear on the LoveHate Rate list.

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Loved



Get Out (Universal)

9.025

John Wick: Chapter 2 (Lionsgate / Summit)

8.625

Liked



The LEGO Batman Movie (Warner Bros.)

8.388

Split (Universal)

7.532

Disliked



Rock Dog (Lionsgate / Summit Premiere)

5.439

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Sony / Screen Gems)

5.273

A Dog's Purpose (Universal)

5.181

A Cure for Wellness (Fox)

5.148

The Great Wall (Universal)

4.971

xXx: Return of Xander Cage (Paramount)

4.829

Monster Trucks (Paramount)

4.808

The Space Between Us (STX Entertainment)

4.576

Fist Fight (Warner / New Line)

4.512

Underworld: Blood Wars (Sony / Screen Gems)

4.067

Sleepless (Open Road)

4.055

Hated



Fifty Shades Darker (Universal)

3.796

The Bye Bye Man (STX Entertainment)

3.236

Rings (Paramount)

2.749

- In cases of a tied LoveHate Rate, higher chart placement is given to the film with
a smaller difference between its average critical and average audience measurements.

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