'Lady Bird' Sets Rotten Tomatoes Record, Sparks Oscar Best Picture Talk

Kelvin Reese
November 29, 2017

Lady Bird simply has the most positive reviews of any movie with a ideal, 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Till date, only such movies as The Work, Dawson City: Frozen Time, Faces Places, Truman, The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki (Hymyilevä Mies) out of 100 movies have earned the flawless rating this year.

There are zero "Rotten" reviews against this film.

Lady Bird tells of young Christine who stubbornly fights against her all-too-similar mother.

"This is completely wonderful and so incredibly appreciated by the entire team that made 'Lady Bird.' We put our heart and souls into this movie, and the last step of this deeply collaborative art form of filmmaking is giving the film to the audience and the film critics".

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"We put our heart and souls into this movie, and the last step of this deeply collaborative art form of filmmaking is giving the film to the audience and the film critics", said Gerwig. It is not an easy task to get a ideal score by the Rotten Tomatoes. Along with Ronan, the movie also stars Laurie Metcalf, Lucas Hedges, Odeya Rush, and Timothée Chalamet. So, yes, celebrate Lady Bird's success and root for it to earn those Oscar noms come 2018 - but remember, it's far from the only film of its kind that warrants this kind of love.

The film is Greta Gerwig's directorial debut, which makes the Rotten Tomatoes' feat all the more impressive.

As Mashable noted, Lady Bird is not the only film that has gotten a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Previously, the best-reviewed film in Rotten Tomatoes history was none other than Toy Story 2, with a whopping 163 positive reviews.

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