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Scores indicate % of critics included that rated a film positively, in the judgment of the RT staff. Each review is judged either "fresh" or "rotten." If a film has received 60% "fresh" reviews in the judgment of the staff, the movie is certified "Fresh." Note that a 90% score means that 90% of critics included by RT have given the movie a positive review, even if most of those reviews are lukewarm; a 60% score means that 60% of the critics have given the movie a positive review, even if all of those critics might have given the movie outstanding reviews.
Click on the "Top Critics" tab to find reviews by a selective subset of critics, principally those writing for major newspapers.
Metacritic includes fewer critics than Rotten Tomatoes and assigns each review a score on a scale of 100; the scores are averaged for a final score for the film.
Lantern (Media History Digital Library - University of Wisconsin, Madison)
includes searchable full text of 50 early film and radio magazines, including Variety (Dec. 1905- Feb. 1926) and Photoplay (1914-1943)