“She paid for it”: Jennifer Lopez Haters Still Can’t Believe Her New Movie Scored a Perfect 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Jennifer Lopez's Fans Remain Unconvinced About Her Movie's Perfect Score on Rotten Tomatoes

“She paid for it": Jennifer Lopez Haters Still Can't Believe Her New Movie Scored a Perfect 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score


  • Jennifer Lopez does not have a lack of haters on the internet.
  • The haters refuse to believe that This is Me ... Now got a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes
  • Jennifer Lopez's fans jump to her rescue as they defend the actress' movie.
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Jennifer Lopez has once again proved her mettle as an actress with her latest movie, This Is Me…Now. Notably, she has released an eponymous studio album with this movie. The film has done exceptionally well, securing a flawless 100% rating on the famous review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.  


Known for her talent and versatility in acting, singing, and dancing Lopez has garnered immense fan following over the years. Being recognizable doesn’t always mean being loved unanimously. Like every successful person, JLo has her haters too. These haters are shocked by the phenomenal performance of the film.

Jennifer Lopez in a still from The Mother
Jennifer Lopez in a still from The Mother

New Jennifer Lopez Movie Scored A Perfect Rotten Tomatoes Rating 

Jennifer Lopez is one of the most popular entertainers in the industry. She has been around for quite some time now and yet she keeps working with many of her talents. Widening the horizons of filmmaking for herself, Lopez has released a film titled This is Me…Now which chronicles her journey to love through her perspective.

Jennifer Lopez in Selena (1997)
Jennifer Lopez in Selena (1997)

Coinciding with the album of the same name, the film has shocked fans and haters alike with its brilliant performance. On one hand, many are applauding JLo’s acting prowess, or the film’s screenplay, cinematography, etc. Starring Sofia Vergara, Ben Affleck, and Sadhguru among others; the film has garnered praise on a lot of fronts.

Despite the film being good on multiple fronts, the haters are shocked that it got a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score. Many claim that Lopez brought the review aggregator to get a perfect review score for her high-budget movie. It is certainly strange the movie got to a hundred percent so soon.

Jennifer Lopez’s Movie Rating Shocks Her Haters 

Jennifer Lopez in a still from This Is Me... Now: The Love Story
Jennifer Lopez in a still from This Is Me… Now: The Love Story

This is Me…Now reviews or rather lack of with a persistent hundred percent over the past two days. Netizens believe JLo has paid good money to Rotten Tomatoes for her movie to have a great rating on their website. Someone on X said: “she paid for it”




On the other hand, some people seem to think the lower number of reviews, is an explanation for the perfect score. And plan on waiting things out for a while to get more reviews and opinions to make their decision on watching the movie.

There is no lack of haters on the internet. Thankfully, for every hater, Jennifer Lopez has a fan that defends her. Her fans have come together to show their love and support for the actress. They have also made sure that none of the haters get away with speaking badly of JLo.

That being said, hopefully, it won’t take long for This is Me …Now to gain more public attention so that netizens are convinced of the film’s credibility.


This is Me…Now is available on Prime Video for streaming.


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