‘Atlas’, Jennifer Lopez’s new film, receives the worst reviews of her career – Publimetro Chile

‘Atlas’, Jennifer Lopez’s new film, receives the worst reviews of her career – Publimetro Chile
‘Atlas’, Jennifer Lopez’s new film, receives the worst reviews of her career – Publimetro Chile

The new science fiction thriller Jennifer Lopez,Atlas”, has been harshly criticized by the specialized press, obtaining the lowest rating on Rotten Tomatoes of his entire career. The film, which recently premiered on Netflix, has been described as a failure in both its execution and narrative, despite its promising premise.

In “Atlas,” Jennifer Lopez plays Atlas Shepherd, a brilliant but misanthropic data analyst with a deep distrust of artificial intelligence. She joins a mission to capture a renegade robot, however, her only hope of saving humanity’s future lies in trusting the very technology she fears.

“Atlas” is destroyed by critics and has the worst reception of Jennifer Lopez’s career

Directed by Brad Peyton, known for “Rampage” and “San Andreas,” “Atlas” promised to be an exciting sci-fi thriller. However, the reception has been mostly negative. With a disastrous 11% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 19 reviews, the film faces harsh criticism for its lack of originality and poor execution.

In his review for Variety, Todd Gilchrist noted: “A dearth of original ideas undermines the appeal of “Atlas,” leaving Lopez to fend for herself in the same way her character is forced to do in the film’s formulaic story. ”. Gilchrist also criticized elements derived from other iconic science fiction films.

The Wrap’s William Bibbiani was no kinder in his assessment, calling the film a mass of “generic dialogue, embarrassing plot, lackluster action and strangely ineffective performances.” Bibbiani noted that he might have had a good idea, but the filmmakers never managed to develop it properly.

It seems that everything is going wrong with “Atlas”

Although criticism has been harsh, Netflix’s audience has shown a somewhat more neutral response. With less than 50 verified users so far, the audience score is 59% on Rotten Tomatoes, suggesting that some viewers found some value in the film.

In one of the few positive reviews, IGN’s Matt Donato wrote: “Atlas deserves more than a shrug, even if it won’t resolve relevant and alarming debates about the place of artificial intelligence in contemporary society.” However, Donato also admitted that the film falls short of being the next groundbreaking sci-fi epic.

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