Published: Wed, November 29, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

'Lady Bird' Just Became Rotten Tomatoes's Most Popular Film of All Time

'Lady Bird' Just Became Rotten Tomatoes's Most Popular Film of All Time

Toy Story 3, by contrast, has 100 percent rating but with 163 reviews.

The movie is directed by Greta Gerwig and is a coming-of-age film which focuses on a California teenager trying to navigate her life and relationships with her parents and friends.

The 23-year-old has earned rave reviews from critics for her performance, with Variety writing that it "further cements Ronan as one of the great actresses of her generation" while Deadline said: "If there is any justice there will be lots of awards recognition for Ronan, who follows her attractive Oscar-nominated performance in Brooklyn with another every bit its equal".

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

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It shares that achievement with classics including All About Eve, Seven Samurai, Citizen Kane, and more on the review aggregator site. So good that it is now the most-reviewed movie to have a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The animation movie had gained 163 reviews holding the record for the first ideal score by Rotten Tomatoes.

Move over, Toy Story 2.

Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan as the titular character and so far the film has made close to $11 million in just a few weeks in North America. "We are all on cloud nine and using our tomato emoji more than we ever thought possible". We've had a lot of biopics lately, so why release one about former First Lady Lady Bird Johnson the same month as the Woody Harrelson-led LBJ? The reasons why don't make any sense - if it's a great movie, why does it matter that a film's setting is high school, not the office, or that the protagonist is 16, not 60?

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