RT 10th Anniversary: Pictures From Our Archives

We dig into the past to bring you some memorable moments from RT's first 10 years.

by | June 23, 2008 | Comments

We’re in a nostalgic mood here at RT. With 10 years of memories, we thought we’d share some photos from the archives. These pics represent significant milestones in RT’s history, from our brushes with celebrity to life around the office. Check ’em out!



Rotten Tomatoes staff, 2000 (L-R): Pungkas Nataatmaja, Mark Moran, Patrick Lee, Lily Chi, Brandon Sugiyama, Senh Duong, Stephen Wang, Paul Lee, Binh Ngo, Geoffrey Pay, Joe Huang, Suzanne Wood, Bobby Ly, Eric Yeh, Boon Khoo. (Photo by Kendra Luck of the San Francisco Chronicle)

The website in 2000.



Rotten Tomatoes, 2000 (L-R): Paul Lee, Patrick Lee, Lily Chi, Senh Duong, Stephen Wang. (Photo by Kendra Luck of the San Francisco Chronicle)



Pizza Party at the RT office, Emeryville, 2000.



A poster for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, the first film to utilize its Certified Fresh status in ads.



A poster for Garden State, another early use of RT’s Certified Fresh logo.



Rotten Tomatoes Halloween Party, 2004 (L-R): James Chen, Mark Moran, Tim Ryan, Stephen Wang, Paul Lee, Susan Nakasora, Patrick Lee.



Director Brad Bird cradles his Golden Tomato Award for The Incredibles.


Will Shortz at home with his Golden Tomato Award for Wordplay.

Michel Gondry touches his Golden Tomato Award for The Science of Sleep with a robotic hand.

Speaking of Mr. Gondry, Rotten Tomatoes gets sweded.

Past and present RT employees get together for dinner in San Francisco, Christmastime 2005.





Alivenotdead.com office, Hong Kong: Patrick Lee is second from right.

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