RT21: Rotten Tomatoes Gets Ready to Celebrate 21 Years of Freshness

We're marking our birthday with a big thanks to the critics and fans who made us, and the movies and TV we love.

by | December 18, 2018 | Comments

Today we dropped a preview of a special program we’re launching in 2019: We call it “RT21,” and its purpose is to mark 21 years of Rotten Tomatoes by celebrating the movie and TV moments we’ve loved, the critics who have contributed to our growth and success, and, most importantly, the fans who’ve been driving debate and discussion with Rotten Tomatoes for more than two decades. The centerpiece of RT21 will be a video series, ‘The 21 Most Memorable Moments,’ for which some of cinema’s biggest names will break down the most unforgettable moments at the movies since Rotten Tomatoes was born. And there will be much more than that (see our 21 Reasons We Can’t Wait for 2019) – but we won’t give it all way now.

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