Net nod for 'Ratatouille'

Wins '07 Golden Tomato award

Rotten Tomatoes, Fox Interactive Media's online movie site, tossed out its ninth annual Golden Tomato Awards on Monday, hailing Disney/Pixar's "Ratatouille" as its best-reviewed wide-release movie of 2007.

"Ratatouille" scored a nearly unanimous 96% approval rating on the site's "Tomatometer."

Universal/Gold Circle's "Because I Said So," starring Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore, suffered the designation of the worst-reviewed movie of 2007, earning the Moldy Tomato Award, with an approval rating of just 5%.

Sorting through the year's releases in various categories, Rotten Tomatoes offered best of breed citations to: limited release, "Once," which also scored in the musical category; action/adventure, "The Bourne Ultimatum"; comedy, "Juno"; drama, "Away From Her"; horror, "Grindhouse"; kids/family, "Enchanted"; romance, "Atonement"; sci-fi/fantasy, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"; documentary, "Sicko"; foreign language, "The Lives of Others"; thriller, "No Country for Old Men"; U.K. release, "Hot Fuzz"; and Australian film, "Ten Canoes."

"Ratatouille" also earned the top ranking in the animation category.