What does it mean to be 100% on Rotten Tomatoes?
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, a film has a rating of 100% if each professional review recorded by the website is, overall, assessed as positive rather than negative.
Is the lower the Rotten Tomatoes better?
Rotten Tomatoes Rating System
A red tomato score indicating its fresh status, is designated when at least 60% of the reviews are positive. A green splat indicating rotten status, is displayed when less than 60% of the reviews are positive.
How accurate is Rotten Tomatoes?
They rate the movies not in a scale of 1-10 nor 1-100, but only on two aspects – Rotten or Fresh (Rotten means disliked while Fresh would mean Liked). So, if a movie is rated above 60%, that means the Critics have liked it and the Audience may also connect with it. But, it may not be the case, same, every-time!
What is the best Rotten Tomatoes score?
Best of Rotten Tomatoes
|1.||99%||It Happened One Night (1934)|
|2.||99%||Citizen Kane (1941)|
|3.||98%||The Wizard of Oz (1939)|
|4.||98%||Modern Times (1936)|
What is Tomatometer vs audience score?
What is the difference between the Tomatometer and Audience Score? The Tomatometer score is calculated from reviews published by Tomatometer-approved critics. The Audience Score is calculated from ratings submitted to Rotten Tomatoes by users.