‘Atlas’, Jennifer Lopez’s new film, debuts at number 1 on Netflix despite many negative reviews

‘Atlas’, Jennifer Lopez’s new film, debuts at number 1 on Netflix despite many negative reviews
‘Atlas’, Jennifer Lopez’s new film, debuts at number 1 on Netflix despite many negative reviews

On Friday, May 24, it landed on Netflix ‘Atlas’, the latest film starring Jennifer Lopez. She did it under shaky ground plagued by criticism of the film directed by Brad Peyton, but she has not been resentful, positioning itself at number one from the list on the streaming platform.

Jennifer Lopez in ‘Atlas’ (Netflix)

Simu Liu, Sterling K. Brown, Lana Parrilla, Gregory James Cohan, Abraham Popoola, Briella Guiza and Mark Strong accompany the actress and singer in this science fiction thriller film that tells the life of an anti-terrorist analyst who must trust artificial intelligence again to save the galaxy.

Immediately after his debut On Netflix, JLo’s story has managed to surpass ‘Madame Web’ on the list, based on the Marvel Comics character played by Dakota Johnson, as well as other titles such as ‘Mother of the Bride’, a romantic comedy starring Miranda Cosgrove; or ‘Telma, the unicorn’, the animated musical adventure comedy directed by Jared Hess, becoming the most popular delivery of all service.

Jennifer Lopez’s most recent films, such as ‘The Mother’ (2023), which earned her the Razzie nomination for worst actress, or ‘Half Time’ (2022), also belonged to the streaming giant, so The relationship between the actress and the company is increasingly strengthenedespecially taking into account the immediate success that ‘Atlas’ has achieved in so few days.

Unfavorable reviews

On Rotten Tomatoes only 17% of ‘Atlas’ reviews are favorablewith an average rating of 3.9 out of 10. According to the website, “Jennifer Lopez does her best to support the seismic reach of ‘Atlas,’ but this sci-fi spectacle crumbles under the weight of a script whose intelligence is merely artificial“.

Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, gave the film a score of 38 out of 100based on reviews like William Bibbiani’s for The Wrap, which said: “Hidden somewhere behind everything the generic dialogue, cringeworthy plot, lackluster action, and strangely ineffective acting, there is a good idea in ‘Atlas’. It’s a shame the filmmakers never found her.”

 
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