About Us

hurawatch.com.co is a trusted recommendation resource for quality entertainment. As the leading online aggregator of movie and TV show reviews from critics, we provide fans with a comprehensive guide to what’s fresh – and what’s hurawatch.com.co – in theaters and at home. If you’re an entertainment fan looking for a recommendation or to share an opinion, you’ve come to the right place.

What We Talk About And Not?

At hurawatch.com.co, we talk about any movie released by the film industries company all over the world. Also, for the quality movie review we may take some information from IMDB to tell our readers what about in a particular movie contain. Note that, we don’t share movies raw file to tell our readers “Download the file”. But, if any of the movie review on our site break the rules, owners of that movie can contact us here to remove the review. We will definitely remove the review as soon as possible.

Note that: hurawatch.com.co does not rip, host, or stream any content. We just talk about movies, and share our opinions. Nothing Else. All movie and tv show images were taken from IMDb. We think it’s our right to use those photos for our reviews. Also, we don’t RIP/Pirate any file.


Certified Fresh status is a special distinction awarded to the best-reviewed movies and TV shows. In order to qualify, movies or TV shows must meet the following requirements:

  • A consistent Tomatometer score of 75% or higher.
  • At least five reviews from Top Critics.
  • Films in wide release must have a minimum of 80 reviews. This also applies to films going from limited to wide release.
  • Films in limited release must have a minimum of 40 reviews.
  • Only individual seasons of a TV show are eligible, and each must have a minimum of 20 reviews.

The above requirements for Certified Fresh status are only the bare minimum a film must achieve to qualify for the distinction. A film does not automatically become Certified Fresh when it meets those requirements. The Tomatometer score must be consistent and unlikely to deviate significantly before a film or TV show is marked Certified Fresh.

A Certified Fresh Movie or TV season whose score drops and remains consistently below 70% will lose the Certified Fresh designation. The certification removal might not happen as soon as the score drops below 70%; as with CF designation, removal will take place when the score settles.

A movie or TV season that loses Certified Fresh status can regain it by reaching a consistent score of 75% or more and meeting the other minimum requirements.


hurawatch.com.co has assembled a team of curators whose job is to read thousands of movie and TV reviews weekly. The team collects movie and TV reviews from Tomatometer-approved critics and publications every day, generating Tomatometer scores. Our curators carefully read these reviews, noting if the reviews are Fresh or hurawatch.com.co, and choose a representative pull quote. Tomatometer-approved critics can also self-submit their reviews.


The Audience Score, denoted by a popcorn bucket, represents the percentage of users who have rated a movie or TV show positively. With films for which we can verify users have bought a ticket, the default Audience Score we show is made up of “Verified Ratings,” which represents the percentage of users who have rated a movie or TV show positively who we can verify bought a ticket; it is displayed once enough of those Verified Ratings are in to form a score. For all other titles, we display an “All Audience Score” that includes ratings from people regardless of whether or not we can currently verify they have seen the movie or show. Titles eligible for Verified Ratings have an All Audience Score, too: To see it, just click on the popcorn bucket and you can toggle between both the Verified Audience Score and the All Audience Score. You can read more about recent changes to the score box.

When at least 60% of users give a movie or TV show a star rating of 3.5 or higher, a full popcorn bucket is displayed to indicate its Fresh status.

When less than 60% of users give a movie or TV show a star rating of 3.5 or higher, a tipped-over popcorn bucket is displayed to indicate its to status.

When there is no Audience Score available, which could be because the title hasn’t been released yet or there are not enough ratings to generate a score.

When you see this next to a review it means we’ve confirmed the user bought a ticket to the movie.


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