'Toy Story 3' Wins Top Award at Rotten Tomatoes'Toy Story 3' snagged the top prize from film criticism hub RottenTomatoes.com, winning the Wide Release Golden Tomato Award and cementing its place as the best-reviewed movie of 2010. The Pixar three-quel notched a 99 percent "fresh" rating and has held strong since its release last June.

"Deftly blending comedy, adventure, and honest emotion, 'Toy Story 3' is a rare second sequel that really works," Rotten Tomatoes writes in a quick blurb of praise. The computer animated feature beat out films like 'The Social Network,' 'True Grit,' 'How to Train Your Dragon' and 'The King's Speech.'

As PopEater reported last summer, 'Toy Story' came thisclose to being the first film trilogy to receive perfect 100 percent ratings across the board on Rotten Tomatoes. To date, the Lee Unkrich-directed film boasts 245 positive reviews and just three "rotten" ones. Notoriously contrary New York Press film critic Armond White dissed the third installment, and two curmudgeonly bloggers tagged along to dent the trilogy's otherwise flawless web-legacy.