It is evident that Rotten Tomatoes score decides whether a movie does well or fails in Hollywood. Rotten Tomatoes is a bunch of critics picked up randomly who give a rating to a film after seeing it from the perspective of various movie criteria. Their ratings are then accumulated to create a joint score called the film’s Rotten Tomatoes Score. Here we present to you the 20 best films of 2017 which have the best Rotten Tomatoes scores.
20. The Lego Batman Movie (91%)
At the time of its announcement, fans didn’t like the idea of a Lego Batman film. Nobody expected it to do well. The movie’s humor and animation merged well to get Lego Batman a place among the biggest hits of 2017.
19. Spiderman: Homecoming (92%)
Peter Parker came back to the Home team. The highly sought after movie got a huge Rotten Tomatoes rating courtesy its unique approach and gripping narrative depicting the friendly next-door Spider-Man.
18. The Disaster Artist (92%)
This extremely lovable and funny film features James Franco as Tommy Wiseau. The film superbly portrays Wiseau’s mesmerizing vampire like persona on the big screen. This is a top-notch comedy movie.
17. Dunkirk (92%)
Dunkirk was a masterpiece made iconic by several unforgettable performances. Nolan’s movie is based on the infamous Dunkirk Evacuation event during WWII.
16. Thor: Ragnarok (92%)
The Taika Waititi movie charmed the viewers with dark humor and outright funny scenes and the brotherly equation between Loki and Thor. Thor: Ragnarok is Marvel’s biggest hit of 2017.
15. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (92%)
Despite the allegations about having polarized the fan base, The Last Jedi had a fantastic Rotten Tomatoes score. Luke’s exit and Rey’s metamorphosis as The Last Jedi turned out to be the biggest pluses of the film.
14. Wonder Woman (92%)
Gal Gadot outperformed the other superheroes in Hollywood with the portrayal of Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman. The movie based on the Amazonian princess was a massive box office hit and is gunning for an Oscar.
13. War for the Planet of the Apes (93%)
The last movie of Caesar made a lot of Planet of the Apes fans cry. The trilogy came to a logical conclusion with the apes ultimately getting a home when Caesar made peace with his fate.
12. Logan (93%)
Logan was destined to be huge at the time of its release. The Rotten Tomatoes score turned out to be the icing on the cake. Hugh Jackman’s swansong as Wolverine met equivocal critical appreciation.
11. Baby Driver (93%)
A lot of people might be clueless about this film, but, you should watch it if you love, heists, car chases and teenage love. Baby Driver is a potent mix of the three and one of the best films of 2017.
10. Logan Lucky (93%)
Daniel Craig is the sole reason for this film to feature here. Craig and other two lead actors, Dam Driver and Channing Tatum, were rookie robbers who tried to undertake a big mission and then things went hilariously downhill.
9. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (93%)
A mother’s young daughter is killed, but, nobody is arrested. A desperate parent chooses to purchase three billboards and to use them to show the failure of the authorities while things go from bad to worse.
8. The Shape of Water (94%)
After the great success of Pacific Rim, Guillermo Del Toro made this critically successful film. Viewers were captivated by the romance between a mute woman and a male of another species.
7. The Florida Project (95%)
The Florida Project delves into the underbelly of the enticing theme parks of Orlando. Willem Dafoe gave a once-in-a-lifetime performance in this heart-wrenching movie.
6. Call Me By Your Name (96%)
This film is all about Forbidden Love and how the social rules and morals can convert a relationship based on pure love into what is perceived to be an evil and impure thing.
5. Coco (97%)
Coco is easily the best film ever from Pixar. Considering we are talking about a house which has made Wall.E and Toy Story 3, that’s a huge compliment. Coco is the magical underworld where Dead live and has a 100% Latino cast.
4. Mudbound (97%)
Mudbound is a movie depicting the America after the Civil War. An African-American soldier comes back from the war to witness the prevalence of segregation and racism in his hometown. He endeavors to right the wrongs.
3. The Big Sick (98%)
This is a huge bundle of emotions, racial jokes, and cultural dissimilarities which affect the relationships between people of two different ethnicities. The Big Sick will make you crave for more.
2. Lady Bird (99%)
The movie with four Golden Globes nominations, Lady Bird is based on the high school life of a teenager. The movie ticks all the right boxes, boyfriends, breakups, besties, cool kids, Prom Night and everything in and around.
1. Get Out (99%)
An African American guy meets his conservative white future in-laws, and things go out of control. You must have seen horror movies. Now, Get Out comes across as a Socio-Psychological horror. It is an experiment which went horribly wrong and you would fall in love with it.