Rotten Tomatoes is a well-known site for rating and reviewing movies, but it’s also a great tool for deciding your next Netflix choice. A nice-kept secret on the Rotten Tomatoes site is the Find On Netflix feature, which lets you read reviews for a film, including its aggregate Rotten Tomatoes score, before being able to click the film and be taken directly to its Netflix page. Since Rotten Tomatoes is a well-trusted site that uses critic’s reviews to determine its score, using the review site to determine Netflix picks is a useful feature.
While there are thousands of movies that you can stream from Rotten Tomatoes via Netflix, there are only about 140 films that have a 100 percent Rotten Tomatoes score available on Netflix. Getting a 100 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes is rare, saved for only truly exceptional films that have never seen a negative review. According to a list compiled by Hypable, here are some of the more exceptional films that have a 100 percent rating that are available for your Netflix streaming pleasure:
The Odd Couple – this 1968 film stars Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in an iconic relationship that defined the love-hate relationship in many TV sitcoms. The famous film has 31 positive reviews and sits firmly at a 100 percent score.
The Terminator – most likely the most popular and pop-culture film to see 100 percent, this 1984 flick made Arnold Schwarzenegger a household name. Fifty reviews have been collected thus far, keeping the film at a perfect score in this still alive franchise.
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These 100 percent Rotten Tomatoes films are only a small sample of the films available on Netflix’s huge database. Netflix’s catalog also keeps growing as new films and shows are added each month, which build constant new content for the site. This month alone action films such as World War Z and Apocalypse Now have been added. So whether you’re looking for the best and greatest films to catch up on, or simply want to see the newest releases, Netflix’s selection promises to deliver.
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