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Has any movie ever gotten 100% on Rotten Tomatoes?

Has any movie ever gotten 100% on Rotten Tomatoes?

Many of these films, particularly those with a high number of positive reviews, have achieved wide critical acclaim and are often considered among the best films ever made. To date, Leave No Trace holds the site’s record, with a rating of 100% and 240 positive reviews.

What does it mean to be 100% on Rotten Tomatoes?

A Rotten Tomatoes score represents the percentage of critics who felt mildly to wildly positively about a given film. Theoretically, a 100 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating could be made up entirely of middling-to-positive reviews.

Is a higher Rotten Tomato score better?

The Rotten Tomatoes rating system uses a scale better known as the “The Tomatometer.” This represents the percentage of positive reviews for a given film or show. The Tomatometer score is calculated after five reviews. A green splat indicating rotten status, is displayed when less than 60% of the reviews are positive.

What is considered the greatest movie of all time?

The Shawshank Redemption (1994) was voted the greatest film of all time by Empire readers in “The 201 Greatest Movies of All Time” poll undertaken in March 2006. Titanic (1997) was voted the greatest hit of all time in a poll of 6,000 movie fans conducted by English-language newspaper China Daily in March 2008.

What is the lowest Rotten Tomatoes score ever?

Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989) – 0% Once again, Police Academy makes the list of the lowest rated movies with a Rotten Tomatoes score of zero percent.

Which is better IMDb or Rotten Tomatoes?

IMDb is great for seeing what general audiences think of a movie. Rotten Tomatoes offers the best overall picture of whether a movie is worth seeing at a glance. If you only trust the opinions of top critics and just want to know if a movie is at least decent, you should use Rotten Tomatoes.

Why are Rotten Tomatoes scores so low?

For its main rankings, Rotten Tomatoes only takes into account reviews from approved critics and approved publications. The site converts letter or number scores from reviews into a score out of 100 and then weights those scores so that some reviews influence the score a little more than others do.

What does osso buco mean in Italian food?

Osso buco, as Elizabeth David tartly observes, means “bones with holes, or hollow bones” – which is probably why it is never translated on menus.

Which is better risotto or silver spoon osso buco?

The tomato puree, plus meat stock, makes the Silver Spoon’s version too intensely savoury; a risotto would stand no chance against its thick gravy. The fresh and tinned varieties are more successful; in fact, both dishes are delicious, but lack the delicately meaty, buttery flavour of Del Conte’s triumph of a recipe.

How long does it take to cook an osso buco?

The perfect osso buco. Pour in the stock and bring to a simmer. Turn the heat right down, cover and simmer for one and a half to two hours, carefully turning the meat over every 30 minutes, until it is tender enough to cut with a spoon. Meanwhile, mix together the gremolata ingredients.

What kind of rind does Milanese ossobuco have?

Del Conte writes that an authentic Milanese ossobuco is flavoured with lemon rind, by which she seems to mean the accompanying gremolata. I like Hazan’s idea of adding a couple of strips to the dish as it cooks, though; it adds a delicate zestiness to proceedings.