Rotten Tomatoes is the world’s most popular and most trusted recommendation resources for quality entertainment fresh from the industry. As the online aggregator of TV show and movie reviews from critics, they provide fans with a comprehensive guide to what’s Fresh – and what is Rotten – in theaters and at home.

They also serve movie  fans with editorial content on their website and through social channels, produce fun and informative video series, and hold live events for fans across the country, with their ‘Your Opinion Sucks’ live shows. If you’re an entertainment fan and you are looking for a recommendation, or you are looking forward  to share an idea or an opinion, you have come to the right place.


The Movies  are always Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 80% or higher after a set amount of reviews,and it also includes five reviews from Top Critics.

TV show or any movie that reaches the requirements for Certified Fresh, doesn’t immediately receive the designation. Instead, it is automatically flagged for their staff’s consideration. Once they (the team) can determine that it’s unlikely, the score will drop below the minimum requirements, then they will mark it Certified Fresh.

If the Tomatometer score drops below 70 percent. Then the TV show or the movie will lose its Certified Fresh status.


Rotten Tomatoes has assembled a team of curators. Whose job it is just to read thousands of movie and TV reviews on every week. The team collects stuffs and TV reviews from another team called the Tomatometer.

The Tomatometer is the one that approve critics and publications every day, and generating Tomatometer scores. This curators also will carefully read these reviews. And note that, if the reviews are Fresh or Rotten, and choose a representative pull quote. The approved critics can also self-submit their reviews on their own to them.

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