Guess the Tomatometer: 2018 Edition

How do Black Panther, A Star is Born, Hill House, and Homecoming score on the Tomatometer? Test your Rotten Tomatoes knowledge.

by | December 21, 2018 | Comments

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This year, Halloween returned and Black Panther arrived. Wreck-It Ralph broke (and fixed) the internet, and Jim Halpert (a.k.a. John Krasinski) screamed silently in A Quiet Place. One movie even scored an actual zero on the Tomatometer… Do you remember which one?

And on TV, Emma Stone and Jonah Hill joined forces in Netflix’s Maniac, The Fab Five of Queer Eye warmed our hearts, and NBC’s Manifest crashed while The Good Place soared (or is it the other way around?). Were critics as wowed by that long take and lingering camera in The Haunting of Hill House as we were?

You don’t have to have seen every movie or every series to know its score — though perhaps you’re that big of a film and television buff, that you’ll have seen many of this year’s releases anyhow.

The question now is: How well do you know Rotten Tomatoes? Test your knowledge below by guessing the Tomatometer scores of this year’s movies and TV series.

Scores are updated as of December 21, 2018.


2018 Movies:


2018 Television:

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