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Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘fresh’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes ruined by Don’t Look Up’s mixed reviews

Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘fresh’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes ruined by Don’t Look Up’s mixed reviews
Don’t Look Up did not impress the critics on Rotten Tomatoes (Picture: Netflix)

Leonardo DiCaprio has lost his Rotten Tomatoes rating of ‘fresh’ after mixed reviews for his latest project, Don’t Look Up.

The actor, 47, had enjoyed an almost 10-year streak of ‘fresh’ ratings for his acting credits, which have included Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, The Revenant and The Wolf Of Wall Street.

His latest movie, Don’t Look Up has received mixed reviews from critics despite viewers lauding it for raising awareness of current issues such as climate change and the approach to the Covid pandemic.

The film has racked up a combined score of 56% based on 234 reviews from critics, with audience reviews coming in much higher at 77% based on over 100 reviews by verified accounts.

Don’t Look Up sees Leonardo and Jennifer Lawrence, 31, star as astronomers Dr Randall Mindy and Kate Dibiasky, who attempt to warn humanity about an approaching comet that will destroy all of civilisation.

Despite their warnings, opinions around the world are divided with some demanding the comet be destroyed, others believing that mining the comet will create jobs, while others simply deny that the comet even exists at all.

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