Could Paddington 2 Become The Highest Rated Film On Rotten Tomatoes?

Move over, Lady Bird, because there’s one film that may soon become the highest rated film on Rotten Tomatoes.

Late last year, the indie film Lady Bird made a splash when it had 100 percent on the review aggregate site. This slash was then broken when some douchebag critic came in with a positive review of around a B but, not thinking the film was deserving of a 100 percent, decided to mark his review as “rotten.”

RELATED – Lady Bird Just Became The Highest Rated Film On Rotten Tomatoes

Thanks to that d**k move (say what you will about the movie, but if you’re going to give it a “rotten” rating, give it a rotten review!), Lady Bird may soon lose its title as the highest rated film. The movie set to replace it is none other than Paddington 2, the lighthearted sequel to the charming 2015 original.

So far, the film has garnered 165 positive reviews out of 165 total, and while that’s quite impressive indeed, the Saoirse Ronan-starring Lady Bird still has a leg up, with 217 “fresh” reviews out of 218. But, who knows, as Paddington 2 makes waves across North America, it may slowly garner the reviews it needs to usurp the indie flick.

Regardless of where Paddington 2 lies, there’s no denying that its sheer number of positive reviews at this point is impressive, and along with its well-received predecessor, shows that there’s still plenty of great storytelling in kids’ movies.

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SOURCE: Rotten Tomatoes

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