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These Are the Movies on Rotten Tomatoes with the Highest Ratings

Best Life Logo By Ashley Moor of Best Life | Slide 1 of 51: People love arguing about movies. They love debating what the best American movie is, what the best horror movie is, what the best mystery movie is, and—perhaps the most contested cinematic topic of all—what the best Star Wars movie is. If you want to know if you're on the right side of history, you can always turn to Rotten Tomatoes, the immensely popular movie review aggregator.Rotten Tomatoes culls together reviews from film critics to create a by-consensus score for each film. The top-rated films are "certified fresh," while the low-rated ones are deemed "rotten." The site's list of top films of all time ranks movies by a wide variety of factors, including number of reviews, the year it came out, and the genre it falls under. That's why Rotten Tomatoes' top 50 films aren't all rated 100 percent, and why not every movie with a 100-percent rating made the cut. (Hey, you can't argue with math, right?) So, without further ado, grab a bag of popcorn and a cozy seat, and peruse the top movies on Rotten Tomatoes. And for some cinematic hilarity, here are 40 Hilariously Impractical Things That Always Happen in Movies.

These Are the Movies on Rotten Tomatoes with the Highest Ratings

People love arguing about movies. They love debating what the best American movie is, what the best horror movie is, what the best mystery movie is, and—perhaps the most contested cinematic topic of all—what the best Star Wars movie is. If you want to know if you're on the right side of history, you can always turn to Rotten Tomatoes, the immensely popular movie review aggregator.

Rotten Tomatoes culls together reviews from film critics to create a by-consensus score for each film. The top-rated films are "certified fresh," while the low-rated ones are deemed "rotten." The site's list of top films of all time ranks movies by a wide variety of factors, including number of reviews, the year it came out, and the genre it falls under. That's why Rotten Tomatoes' top 50 films aren't all rated 100 percent, and why not every movie with a 100-percent rating made the cut. (Hey, you can't argue with math, right?) So, without further ado, grab a bag of popcorn and a cozy seat, and peruse the top movies on Rotten Tomatoes. And for some cinematic hilarity, here are 40 Hilariously Impractical Things That Always Happen in Movies.

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