Here are the latest updates on Tomatometer scores all around Rotten Tomatoes, from current releases at theaters and on streaming to classic films and TV shows with freshly added reviews.
Saw X (Photo by Lionsgate)
CURRENT AND UPCOMING RELEASES
9/29: Saw X and Gen V are now Certified Fresh. Returning TV:
9/28: Critics want to play that game:
9/27: The first reviews are in for The Boys spinoff Gen V – currently it’s Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer, with 20 reviews. See what the critics are saying.
9/26: The Creator is making a strong case for original sci-fi with an 81% score after 74 reviews. Mike Flanagan’s likely final work with Netflix (maybe they’ll Flan again in the future), The Fall of the House of Usher, is Certified Fresh at 97%, 30 reviews. Plus, movies post-opening weekend:
- Past Lives: The Asian-American romantic drama is up to 98% on the Tomatometer, and is now 3rd on our guide to 2023’s best movies.
- A Haunting in Venice: Hercule horror-inflected mystery drops 3 points after 42 new reviews in week 2.
- Dumb Money: The Certified Fresh dramedy is to the moon with its number of reviews, doubling its count as it goes into wide release.
9/25: Coming up:
9/23: The Fall of the House of Usher is Fresh at 100 percent with 19 reviews.
9/22: New Tomatometers:
- Hulu has brought spooky season enthusiasts an early gift with the Kaitlyn Dever-led alien home invasion thriller No One Will Save You, which is Fresh at 100 percent with 12 reviews.
- The Kardashian-assisted latest edition of American Horror Story starts out Fresh at 88 percent with eight reviews.
- Krapopolis, a Harmon animated comedy which FOX has already given a three-season order, is a soft Fresh at 71% with seven reviews.
9/21: New for TV:
- Sex Education Season 4 is Fresh at 86 percent with 14 reviews.
- Matthew Cherry’s Young Love is currently Fresh at 100% with 5 reviews.
- For those who love Australian soap operas: Neighbours: A New Chapter is Fresh at 80% with five reviews.
- Expend4bles goes the way of Fant4stic: It’s currently Rotten at 23 percent with 22 reviews.
9/20: Movies post-opening weekend:
MORE HIGHLIGHTS & CLASSIC SCORE UPDATES
9/26: Critics are adding new reviews for horror movies in anticipation of October, including Children of the Corn, Exorcist II: The Heretic, The Boogey Man, My Bloody Valentine, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Lifeforce, House, Demons, April Fool’s Day, The Exorcist III, Urban Legend, Session 9, The Ruins, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and, vitally, Killer Condom.
9/20: Hispanic Heritage Month: We’re highlighting 12 trailblazing Latin actors and the breakout roles that made them stars, and we added hundreds of reviews for movies including When a Man Loves a Woman, Moscow on the Hudson, Real Women Have Curves, Traffic, Lone Star, La Bamba, Selena, and White Men Can’t Jump.
9/19: Pauline Kael: We’ve added a growing selection of reviews from the legendary New Yorker critic, including Wings of Desire, Beetlejuice, Full Metal Jacket, Little Shop of Horrors, A Clockwork Orange, and Top Gun. See her critic page for all the reviews.
Movies whose Tomatometer scores increased in September:
+2 percentage points on the Tomatometer
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Dressed to Kill
The Evil Dead
History of the World: Part I
The Dead Zone
Once Upon a Time in America
Little Shop of Horrors
The Witches of Eastwick
The Two Faces of January
Movies whose Tomatometer scores decreased in September:
La Dolce Vita
A Clockwork Orange
Full Metal Jacket
The Little Mermaid
Quantum of Solace
Last Year at Marienbad
Wings of Desire
A Taste of Honey
Why do Tomatometers change over time? Because critics are always doing what they do best: Watching and reviewing. Plus, our team is always researching and highlighting reviews and essays from throughout movie history, often from overlooked or forgotten sources. The Tomatometer scores then becomes a living, breathing number, documenting thought and expression both then and now.
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