Check out Rotten Tomatoes:
Rotten Tomatoes has a 6%/85% split.
6% of critics like the movie, 85% of theater audiences like the movie.
No, that's 85% of Rotten Tomatoes users who claimed to have seen it, then bothered to weigh in on the website with their opinion.
I wonder if this is an effort to do a “hit” on the move to kill it off.
Hack reviewers like Roger Ebert and Peter Travers gave it the worst reviews. It's hard to figure out how much of that was because of the film's actual awfulness and how much was because the film was awful in a different way than films they've praised were awful.
According to Metacritic, the New York Post gave it the best review, and that was pretty lukewarm. Even the Wall Street Journal hated it.
The Fountainhead with Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal was a passable film -- it wasn't awful or unwatchable -- but it also managed to be pretty leaden in places: too much the illustration of a thesis, rather than a portrayal of real life.