Last week, a little movie called "Lady Bird" made history when it became the "freshest" movie on famous critic review site Rotten Tomatoes. It currently sits with a certified 100% rating, a fete so rare it has only been accomplished by a handful of movies in history. The film has the most consecutive positive reviews in the website's history. Pair this with the fact that is has zero negative reviews as of now and what do you get? The best-reviewed movie in the history of the website. Ever.

This may change as the movie hits more theaters over the next few months or it may stay the same. We will have to wait and see if it will be dethroned or get knocked down a few pegs.

The film follows a teenager as she navigates her senior year, dealing with first love, a hostile relationship with her mother and the perils of high school.

I am a self-proclaimed movie buff. I love seeing movies, especially those that get a lot of Oscar buzz. Lady Bird has been getting quite a bit of it lately. I have been dying to see it and I finally did this week.

Did it live up to the hype? Here's what I think: