"Get Out" Won't Have A 100% Rating On Rotten Tomatoes Ever Again

    *Jay Z voice* I got 99 problems and a certain film critic is definitely, maybe, probably one of them.

    Fact: Jordan Peele's Get Out is one of the best-reviewed films of 2017. The thriller sits at a very impressive 99% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

    At one point, the film held steady with a 100% fresh score — but that all came to a halt when one reviewer ripped the project.

    National Review's Armond White described Get Out in the headline of his review as the "return of the get-whitey movie."

    Get Out actor Lakeith Stanfield definitely didn't hide his thoughts about White's review on Twitter.

    The movie still sits at 99% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, even though tons of other glowing reviews have since come in: It now has more than 200 fresh reviews to the one rotten one. But it'll never get back to 100%.

    "We round to the nearest whole number, with two exceptions," a representative for Rotten Tomatoes told BuzzFeed News. "We don't round up to 100%, and we don't round down to 0%. We reserve those absolutes for movies where every single review is fresh or every single review is rotten."

    So what does Armond White have to say for himself?