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LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Rotten Tomatoes, the online movie site that aggregates critics' reviews, tossed out its ninth annual Golden Tomato Awards on Monday, hailing "Ratatouille" as its best-reviewed wide-release movie of 2007.
The Disney/Pixar cartoon scored a 96% approval rating on the site's "Tomatometer." At the other end of the scale "Because I Said So," starring Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore, earned the Moldy Tomato Award, with an approval rating of 5%.
Sorting through the year's releases in various categories, Rotten Tomatoes offered best of breed citations to:
- "Once," limited release, and musical;
- "The Bourne Ultimatum," action/adventure;
- "Juno," comedy;
- "Away From Her," drama;
- "Grindhouse," horror;
- "Enchanted," kids/family;
- "Atonement," romance;
- "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," sci-fi/fantasy;
- "Sicko," documentary;
- "The Lives of Others," foreign language;
- "No Country for Old Men," thriller;
- "Hot Fuzz," U.K. release;
- "Ten Canoes," Australian film.