Predator ‘Prey’ Rotten Tomatoes Score Higher Than Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie

The flick might actually not be that bad as a friend attended the premiere in Hollywood.

The flick might actually not be that bad as a friend attended the premiere in Hollywood.


The Predator Prey Rotten Tomatoes Score is in as the premiere was held last night and the movie officially debuts Friday on Hulu.

With 61 reviews currently accounted for, Prey has a 97% Rotten Tomatoes score, which is the highest of the franchise and even higher than the 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie that started it all which comes in at only 80%. 

Second highest is the 2010 Predators film with 65%; 2018’s The Predator is next at 33%; Predator 2 starring Danny Glover that came out in 1990 and is the sequel to the Arnold Schwarzenegger film is at 30%; Alien vs. Predator in 2004 is at 21%, and the lowest score goes to Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem in 2007 at 12%. 

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There is hope for Predator Prey?

My buddy attended the premiere in Hollywood last night and actually liked it, and a Twitter user said more of the same, so maybe there is hope the flick will be decent.  

“I actually really dug it. Action, choreography was intense,” said my friend. “Definitely better than what I was expecting.”

He also confirmed Prey ties into something else.

“There is a [SPOILER] tie-in,” he said.

I also asked about the flick being woke, but he said the male characters look good.

“There is a strong male presence so it didn’t feel like some Wonder Woman 1984 shitting on men sort of film,” he said. “I’m curious to see how the critics react to it. I think it’s one of the better Predator films in a good while.”

That said, he did say, “It was kind of BS how much she improved as a hunter from the beginning of the film to the end, but there was really no other way she could have taken the Predator on at the end. The Predator had her overpowered in every possible way physically, was tossing her around like a rag doll.”

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