The movie is directed by Greta Gerwig and is a coming-of-age film which focuses on a California teenager trying to navigate her life and relationships with her parents and friends.
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Google introduces Datally app to help conserve mobile data for Android users
That's where Google's new app Datally kicks in: It claims to help people save some data and thus, some money. She said the new app could also help one find great Wi-Fi nearby, and rate Wi-Fi networks among others.
There are, of course, films on the site that have more positive reviews, like Get Out (with 289), but unfortunately, two weirdos went and ruined everything by giving that film a bad review - as such, it now sits on 99%. The film joins just five others that have earned a flawless Rotten Tomatoes score this year: Faces Places, Jane, The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki, Truman and Bright Lights.
The site aggregates dozens of reviews to determine a movie's score.
Microsoft to start full renovation of Redmond campus
Ten of the structures being replaced are the original X-shaped buildings that marked the early days of Microsoft in Redmond. The work will be done about the same time that the Redmond light-rail station opens , scheduled for 2023.
Lady Bird, a film entirely deserving of every iota of praise that's been heaped upon it, has notched yet another success, becoming one of the few movies in history to earn 100 percent positive reviews from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie now boasts a rare 100% score with 173 reviews and counting on an average rating of 8.9/10. For perspective, Citizen Kane, a film often mentioned in Greatest of All Time lists, is also at 100%, but with only 75 reviews.
Released by indie film studios A24 (Moonlight) earlier this month, Lady Bird only went from a limited release to wider distribution this past weekend, and the film has so far pulled in $10.7 million in domestic theaters, according to Box Office Mojo.
Black Friday was strong start to holiday sales, industry group says
Cyber Monday and Black Friday kicked off what is estimated to be a big holiday season, according to Adobe Analytics. And that's OK, said Matthew Shay, CEO of the National Retail Federation . "It bodes well for the rest of the year".
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