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This image released by Disney shows Mena Massoud as Aladdin, left, and Will Smith as Genie in Disney's live-action adaptation of the 1992 animated classic "Aladdin." Rotten Tomatoes is taking another step to verify that users posting a rating of a movie have actually seen it.
'Fungi in rotten tomatoes produce mycotoxins, which are deadly and can induce cancer, and can cause immune deficiency in humans.
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PFA Director General Captain (R) Muhammad Usman said that as many as 126,000 rotten and spoiled eggs were stored behind of the vegetables in a cold store and had to supply on local shops in market.
The figure is up from 1,342 children the previous year, and was last higher in 2012/13, when 1,582 children had rotten teeth removed under general anaesthetic.
Meanwhile, the KP Foot Authority team on a tip-off raided a godown in Guli Bagh area of Mardan during which 9,000 rotten eggs were recovered.
Stray dogs and insects feed on these rotten fish,' the municipality stated.
Rotten Tomatoes aggregated 18 scathing reviews to arrive at its 0% rating and certify it "rotten" rather than "fresh".
JOHN Travolta's latest film about mob boss John Gotti has a 0% score on review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes.
Summary: Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], May 04 (ANI): A clash erupted between the Congress workers and police here on Friday as the party staged a protest over rotten meat supply racket.
However, rotten apples are found in 'Pirates of the Caribbean' (Geoffrey Rush), the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy (the Weinstein brothers), and even family-friendly Pixar films (Pixar chief John Lasseter).
Children ages 8 to 12 will get up close and personal with a wonderful world of waste with Sarah Wassner Flynn's "This Book Stinks!: Gross Garbage, Rotten Rubbish, and the Science of Trash".
Rotten Row represents a leap in artistry and achievement from the award-winning author of An Elegy for Easterly and The Book of Memory.
Petina Gappah's new collection of stories is named after the street where the criminal courts in Harare sit: Rotten Row, where the powerful avoid punishment with a bribe and if the mob mentality doesn't get you, a pothole probably will.