Viewer Score, represented by a popcorn bucket, represents the percentage of users who gave a positive rating to a movie or TV show.
A red tomato means the film received positive reviews. A green tomato with splatters means the film received negative reviews. The popcorn pics are from Flixster, the full popcorn bucket means audiences generally enjoyed the film. The spilled popcorn container means audiences didn’t find the film engaging.
Rating G: General Audience – All ages admitted. Rated PG: Parental Guidance Recommended – Some materials may not be suitable for children. Rated PG-13: Parents Urge Caution – Some materials may not be suitable for children under 13 years of age
The percentage is based on the reviews of the film summarized by the website and rated as positive or negative, and if all the summarized reviews are positive, the film has a rating of 100%.< /p>
As reviews of a particular film accumulate, the Rotten Tomatoes score measures the percentage that is more positive than negative, and assigns the film an overall rating of fresh or lazy. Values above 60% are considered fresh and values 59% and below are rotten.
1. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) According to Rotten Tomatoes critics, this embarrassingly incompetent cyber-espionage dumpster fire is the worst movie ever made.
A red tomato, indicating freshness status, is awarded when at least 60% of reviews are positive. If less than 60% of the reviews are positive, a green dot will appear indicating bad status.
TV MA is essentially the same as an R-rated film, although TV MA can be “worse” than R in some cases. Examples of TV MA shows are Game of Thrones and Ted Lasso.
The new rating system began with four categories: G (general audience), M (adult audience, changed to PG in 1969, parental guidance recommended), R (restricted, no children under 17 admitted without parents or adult guardians), and X (No one under 17 admitted).
Look who’s speaking now!
1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
The Terror of Tiny Town (1938)
Melvin Defleur called it “perhaps the worst film ever made,” and critic Gabriel Ricard listed it as the worst film ever made; saying, “Not only is it pretty awful, but Tiny Town is pretty adorable.”