Rotten Tomatoes Says Only Ticket Purchasers Can Give Verified Ratings
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When Rotten Tomatoes debuted back in 1998, it was meant to serve as a way to compile reviews of movies and TV shows from all across the internet so that audiences could quickly see a breakdown of what critics were saying about a film or series.
In recent years, the review aggregator has been seen as an objective qualifier of a movie, as the percentage of positive ratings is used by some as a way to dismiss or praise a movie's accomplishments.