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After a long, long walk, the cow, the frog, the duck, the pig, and the bear discover that the place where the grass is the greenest, the bugs the crunchiest, the water the sploshiest, the mud the sloshiest, and the honey the gooiest is home.
What is the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer?
The Tomatometer measures the percentage of Approved Tomatometer Critics who recommend a certain movie --
or the number of good reviews divided by the total number of reviews.
A good review is denoted by a FRESH tomato.
A bad review is denoted by a ROTTEN tomato.
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