Netflix: 3 facts about the film that ranked number 1

Netflix: 3 facts about the film that ranked number 1
Netflix: 3 facts about the film that ranked number 1

The newly released Jules It quickly became the most viewed film of all time.and Netflix. It is a science fiction film that unites an alien with an old man in a town in the United States. The direction was by Marc Turtletaub and the script was by Gabin Steckler.

Jules, of American origin, premiered on November 19 and had not been so promoted by the streaming platform. However, he quickly climbed into the top ten and took first place during the weekend.

1- What is it about? Milton Robinson, a 79-year-old widower who lives alone, has his only way out, his town hall meeting. From time to time he receives a visit from his daughter and he hasn’t seen his son in years. But one night, he hears a noise that takes him to the garden, where a spaceship has fallen, with a crew member. Milton tries to get help, calls the police and his daughter, and mentions him at the city council meeting, but they dismiss him as senile.

2- Who is in the cast? The film stars Ben Kingsley in the role of Milton, Jane Curtin like Joyce and Harriet Sansom Harris giving life to Sandy. Also joining them were Teddy Caez, Narea Kag, Edward James Hyland, Blair Baker, Joshua Moore, John Skelley, Christopher Kelly, Zoe Winters, Jade Quon, Aubie Merrylees, Andy Daly, Anna George, Eric T. Miller, Cody Kostro and Marina Shay, among others.

3-What did the critics say? Jules is another case in which the criticism is very disparate. The thumbs up were proportional to the thumbs down. The specialized site Rotten Tomatoes, for example, said that “it maintains an approval rating of 84%, based on 100 positive reviews, with an average rating of 6.8/10. and a common denominator is that Jules has an exceptional cast and a good concept to address poignant and universally relatable themes.”

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