Adam Sandler has made another career debut with his new Netflix film.
The actor, who has a $350million (£199million) deal with the streaming service, appears in Hurrya sports drama in which he plays a basketball scout.
Sandler’s previous films for Netflix, including The ridiculous 6, Sandy Wexler and thrillerwere all torn apart by critics.
However, Hurry has seen Sandler garner some of the best reviews of his career to date, and shortly after the film’s release earlier this month, he broke an impressive Rotten Tomatoes record.
Exciting for Sandler, Hurry is currently its fans’ favorite feature film; it is the highest-rated film of his entire career based on viewership, which stands at 92 percent.
This follows Lucky Gilmore (85 percent) and rule over me81 percent – excluding Sandler’s stand-up shows or documentary appearances.
Interestingly, the score based on reviews is also 92 percent, making it a rare Sandler film that everyone seems to enjoy.
For example even The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) Sandler’s highest-rated film by critics on Rotten Tomatoes, has an audience rating of just 72 percent.
In the meantime, Unpolished gemswho also has a 92 percent critic rating, only has 52 percent according to his fans.
Hurry is now available to stream on Netflix.
Another new movie with the title recently released on Netflix interceptorhas become the most-watched film on the service, despite viewers calling it one of the “worst” of all time, and its director Matthew Reilly has made a candid admission of its success.
Meanwhile, over on Prime Video, a film by Andrew Garfield, branded ‘grotesque’ after it called for festival strikes, has finally become available to watch.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/hustle-netflix-adam-sandler-rotten-tomatoes-b2104773.html Hustle: Adam Sandler breaks another Rotten Tomatoes record with new Netflix film