Review policies and procedures vary widely from company to company. So, if your question is "will my manager give me a copy of my review before the meeting?" the answer is company specific.
But your question was "is it acceptable?" The answer is yes. Try saying something like, " Do you think it would help me prepare for my review meeting if I could read over your written review ahead of time." You should be prepared for the manager to say "no" for any number of reasons. But who knows? You might get the review to read. At any rate, no harm will be done. Your question proves you take the process seriously.
Be aware that managers are human. They sometimes are late giving reviews. Sometimes they're not very thoughtful. HR might be pestering them to finish the reviews and they might do the minimum. Sometimes they're more terrified of reviews than anybody else. Really.
Reviews are hard for managers. It can take years to learn to do them well. So be patient with your manager's efforts.
Treat your review as an opportunity to learn to communicate with your manager and do your job better and you can't go wrong.
(And, if honest polite questions about how the company works are career-limiting moves -- if you get punished for asking such questions -- that's not good.)