According to the average Rotten Tomatoes score, these are the top ten films ever

According to the average Rotten Tomatoes score, these are the top ten films ever ...

The review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes is a popular site when it comes to getting a feel for the critiques' opinions on a given film.

It's even more difficult for a film to get good reviews across a whole franchise. Such series of films tend to be legendary classics like Sergio Leone's Dollars trilogy or contemporary favorites of the public such as the John Wickfranchise.

Even the Critics Don't Mess With Him The 'John Wick' Franchise

Keanu Reeves' character has captivated audiences around the world since 2014's action thriller John Wick, about an ex-hitman who comes out of retirement to take revenge for the crimes that killed his dog.

The franchise continued with Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 Parabellum, and fans knew for sure that cinema had been gifted with a wonderful collection of modern action classics. The fight scenes are brutal and stylish, the characters have engaging personalities, and the plot is simple in all of the best ways. Because of this, the franchise has achieved an average of 888.3% on Rotten Tomatoes.

The 'Mad Max' Franchise, the Definitive Australian Cult Classic

George Miller's Mad Max films are all examples of the post-apocalyptic genre. Starting with 1979's low-budget Mad Max and going all the way to the soft reboot Fury Road, the films revolve around a highway patrolman (Mel Gibson and Tom Hardy) in a dystopian land confronting criminals in the barren wastelands.

The Mad Max films have an average Rotten Tomatoes score of 90%.

The 'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy is an unparalleled fantasy epic.

The Lord of the Rings trilogy, about a team attempting to subdue a powerful tyrant, may seem like a daunting undertaking. Yet Peter Jackson and his company managed to accomplish it with their Lord of the Rings trilogy, which explores a team's quest to subdue a tyrant.

These films are often hailed as some of the greatest fantasy films ever produced by Tomatometer, and it's hard for anyone to disagree. They have beautiful visuals, many memorable scenes, engaging characters, and a timeless narrative of good vs evil that constantly pushes the boundaries of storytelling.

7) The 'How to Train Your Dragon' Trilogy from DreamWorks is a fan-favorite.

With DreamWorks' How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, you can't go wrong with Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) and his companions on Berk's dragon-obsessed island.

Dean DeBlois' films have an average rating of 93.3% on Rotten Tomatoes.

6) The 'Toy Story' Franchise is Having a Friend

Toy Story is a popular pastime for Pixar's star franchise, and the four films that follow them in their quest to make children happy are loved by most people, and even the spin-off film with a lot of fans.

All who grew up with the movies, and even those who were already adults when they fell in love with them, adore the captivating characters and moving stories. And critics love them, as the franchise has an average Tomatometer score of 94%.

The 'Dollars' Trilogy: Parents of All Spaghetti Westerns

The Dollars trilogy, which is without doubt the most successful Western film series in history, is part of an Italian franchise based on three Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns with Clint Eastwood's "Man With No Name" as a protagonist.

These films are often cited as being among the best in their genre. They're all extremely entertaining, beautifully made, and perfect examples of what a good western should be. Although it wasn't Leone's intention for A Fistful of Dollars, The Bad, the Ugly, and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly to be considered a trilogy, they certainly became one of the best with an average Tomatometer score of 95%.

Three Countries Are Making Three Amazing Films The Trilogy of "Three Colors"

Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colors: Blue, Red, and White, a collaborative film between France, Poland, and Switzerland, are deeply humanistic films, each exploring (among other topics) the three political ideals of the French Republic: liberty, equality, and fraternity.

Three Colors: Red is one of the few movies that has a Tomatometer of 100%. They're worth their average Tomatometer score of 95.3%.

The 'Apu' Trilogy: India's Greatest Masterpieces

Satyajit Ray is one of the greatest Indian directors of all time, and his masterpiece is the Apu trilogy, which consists of three spectacular films about a young Bengali boy named Apu's childhood, education, and early maturity.

The World of Apu, Pather Panchali, and Aparajito are three films in the trilogy. Individually, they are one of the most moving and absorbing coming-of-age stories you can find; but combined, they become an even more powerful work of art, with a 96.3 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes' Tomatometer.

The 'Before' Trilogy: What Might Be, What Should Be, and What Is

The Before trilogy featuring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy by Richard Linklater is a stunning and hauntingly real story of romance and love unlike any other. Every entry in the trilogy achieves something different with the same skill and passion.

Three seemingly simple yet profoundly thoughtful films, which have an average Tomatometer score of 97.3%, require a handful of captivating characters played by two outstanding actors.

1) He Makes Us Want to Be Better People in the 'Paddington' Franchise

Although there have been only two Paddington films to date, both critics and viewers have fallen in love with the infinitely charming, marmalade-loving Paddington bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw).

These films quickly became pop culture sensations, with a nearly perfect score of 98% on the Tomatometer. They're as sweet and charmismatic as the main character, equally hilarious and heartfelt, and overall simply beautiful films that can soften and satisfy even the most hardened of hearts, perfect watches whether alone or with the whole family.