Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg have broken a disastrous record with their brand new Netflix movie.
The actors play side by side in My timea buddy comedy about a stay-at-home dad who spends a wild weekend with an old friend.
While Hart’s films aren’t typically known for critical acclaim, My time seems particularly unpopular.
On review site Rotten Tomatoes, the film had a meager critic rating of just seven percent at the time of writing, positioning it as the lowest-rated film of any actor of all time.
Typically for Rotten Tomatoes, there’s a big difference between critic and audience ratings—but that’s not the case with Rotten Tomatoes My time. At the time of writing, the film’s viewership rating is 29 percent.
This is even lower than Wahlberg’s films, which are largely considered turkeys, including M Night Shyamalans The happening and Tim Burtons planet of monkeys Remake, which have critic ratings of 17 and 43 percent, respectively.
For comparison, the film is considered the second-worst of Wahlberg’s career renaissance human, which has a score of 12 percent. Hart’s next film is now on the agenda Little fockerswhich only has a paltry nine percent.
Hart shared a message with fans shortly after the film’s release teasing “hidden messages” it contained. He said he believes the film “changes the narrative” in terms of “assumptions” about gender dynamics in parenting.
My time is now available to stream on Netflix. Another film release this week that’s being ripped to pieces is Michael Flatley’s blackbird.
Film critic Mark Kermode sent fans into hysterics with his review of the film, calling it “one of the worst I’ve ever seen.”
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/me-time-kevin-hart-rotten-tomatoes-b2162003.html Me Time: Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg break unwanted Rotten Tomatoes record with new Netflix movie