Disney’s new version of The little Mermaid was predicted to go big at the box office due to a combination of the exciting Halle Bailey casting as Ariel and see this beloved Disney classic come to life in live-action form. While box office expectations were met, several negative reviews surfaced on certain movie rating websites that questioned the general audience reception of the film. On the other hand, any strange activity of increasing negative reviews did not stop. The little Mermaid to achieve a Rotten Tomatoes milestone.
Some fishing activity occurred after the release of The little Mermaid when he received bombarded reviews in a strange way. More than 13,000 voters on IMDB gave this Disney remake a one-star rating and AlloCiné also received a rare wave of negativity towards the Disney film. It could be that users have been trying to download this movie due to the racist backlash Halle Bailey received for being a black actress taking on the traditionally Caucasian role. Fortunately, these sites have detected this strange voting activity and have applied an alternative weighting calculation to ensure the reliability of the site. Instead, rotten tomatoes ranked all 21 of its Disney live-action remakes and The little Mermaid it ranks in the Top Ten regarding critical ratings at number nine.
The little Mermaid it currently has a critical score of 68% on Rotten Tomatoes. live action Beauty and the Beast beat Rob Marshall’s movie by 3% with other toppers including Christopher Robin, Cruella, the 1994 remake of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, Cinderella, Pete’s Dragon, and number one is the 2016 remake of the jungle book at 94%. I will say that it is somewhat questionable that 75% of the score cruella It would be on this list considering it’s not even a Disney remake. Instead, it’s a prequel and alternate origin story to the notorious Dalmatian-using Cruella de Vil. But maybe Rotten Tomatoes felt the need to include this movie since it’s related to the Disney classic. 101 Dalmatians? If it weren’t for the movie starring Emma Stone, I’d like to believe The little Mermaid would have an edge (or fin) on the ranking list.
Aside from ending up on Rotten Tomatoes’ Disney Remakes ranking list, The little Mermaid achieved another milestone related to the aggregator website: its stellar audience score of 95%. Disney remakes that outperformed this undersea musical fantasy film earned high critical scores in the 90-80 percent range. Oddly enough, there are Disney remakes that surpassed The little Mermaid on the list that received more median viewership ratings as Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book at 56%, Cinderella at 78%, and pete’s dragon at 72%. If I were to take the questionably included cruella outside of the rating system that has a 97% audience rating, you can rightly say that The little Mermaid it has the highest viewership rating of any Disney remake at 95%. He is currently tied with Maleficent: Mistress of Evil at 95%, but beat Aladdinis 94%. so anyone critical reviews of The little Mermaid Those who commented on their dissatisfaction with its special effects or favored the tone of the animated version don’t necessarily resonate with what the public thought.
As The little Mermaid swam to the top of the box office and had a great reception from the audience, smart money says that the Disney remakes are not stopping anytime soon. After all, upcoming disney movies who plan to revive classics for the big screen are snow White and Mufasa: The Lion King which are expected to have movie releases in 2024. There are also other Disney remakes like Moana, Hercules, The Sword in the Stone, Bambi, and more in the works. The best of Disney remakes that apparently keeps the public competing is because of his star power. The remakes provide more modern takes for the younger generation, while also providing nostalgic moments. In the case of The little Mermaid, you could say to listen Halle Bailey singing “Part of Your World” in the first trailer it was enough for audiences to know that this movie would end up on their watch lists.
It’s an amazing feat for The little Mermaid to make it into the Top 10 of Rotten Tomatoes’ highest-ranked Disney remakes despite the review bombs being dropped. If you want to join in the underwater fun, you can see The little Mermaid in theaters now.