News culture With its 6% rating, this film made Netflix history in 2022
Published on 29/12/2022 at 18:27
With its more than substantial content, Netflix has enough to keep you busy for a good number of evenings. However, among the myriad of films and series of all kinds, not everything really hits the mark. This is the case with the film we are going to discuss today, which is clearly not one of the best of the year…
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Have you ever spent more time choosing a movie on Netflix than watching one? Given the number of feature films, series and other documentaries, it is not really uncommon to not know what to watch to have a good evening. If the algorithm is desperately trying to help you by highlighting the most popular content or the most in line with your other searches, it can also happen that it offers you a film of more than questionable quality.
And if you come across Me Time: Finally alone?, we advise you to go your way instead. Released on August 26 directly on Netflix, it is directed by John Hamburg and features the famous Kevin Hart (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, soon Borderlands) and Mark Wahlberg (Uncharted, Ted) in an American comedy that wants to be crazy.
In the film, Sonny Fischer (played by Kevin Hart) will have the opportunity to enjoy a few days of tranquility following the departure on vacation of his wife and children. The opportunity for him to find Huck Dembo (played by Mark Wahlberg) and his friends whose lifestyle differs on many levels from that of Sonny. If the synopsis (or the trailer above) makes you want to, think twice, because this is actually one of the worst movies of the year.
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On the Rotten Tomatoes site, which brings together a large number of professional reviews and viewers’ opinions on films and series, the score of Me Time: Finally alone? does not even reach 10%. Indeed, the average including press reviews is stagnating at 6%, making John Hamburg’s film one of the worst of all of 2022. A hard blow for the two main actors whose filmography continues to behave in an ups and downs…
Be careful though, you could very well enjoy this film despite the opinion of the press. Also on Rotten Tomatoes, the public seems a little more lenient with a rating of 33%. It is therefore still not the film of the year, but the note is less catastrophic. Also note that despite such a low score, this is not the worst of the year on the SVOD platform. It’s hard to say which title holds that record since some of the worst ratings have gone to films that have only been judged by a small number of reviewers, but feel free to check for yourself the score of the film you had planned to launch tonight before settling in…