Find out which is the film that has just been established as the most chosen on the platform worldwide. Goodbye Leo DiCaprio!
On December 24, 2020, the last Christmas Eve, the streaming service Netflix premiered one of his most anticipated films of the year for the names that were part of such a production. Don’t Look Up made its great arrival in the content catalog and was instantly a success by ranking at the top of the Top 10, but has just been displaced and no longer has that achievement.
The film is written and directed by Adam McKay, returning after being nominated for multiple awards for Vice. The protagonists, Leonardo DiCaprio y Jennifer LawrenceThey are at the forefront of this story that revolves around a comet that will hit Earth in six months, but no one cares and scientists carry out a media tour so that the public knows the threat. A story that sparked great debates, but has just been left behind in the rankings by Mother / Android.
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Mattson Tomlin was in charge of directing this post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller that was released in late 2021 on the Hulu TV platform, but came to Netflix on Friday, January 7. According to the latest report from the site FlixPatrol, is currently the most watched film in the world, climbing the positions in just a couple of days by having Chloe Grace Moretz as a recognized face among its cast.
What is it about? This is their official synopsis: “Georgia and her boyfriend Sam set out on a treacherous journey to escape their country, which is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence. Days before the arrival of their first child, the couple must face No Man’s Land, a stronghold of the rising of the androids, hoping to get to safety before giving birth “.
Accompanying Moretz, the film also stars Algee Smith, Raúl Castillo, Linnea Gardner, Kiara Pichardo, Oscar Whalberg, Christian Mallen and Jared Reinfeldt, among others. It is clear that the public of the platform is choosing Mother / Android, but the critic has lowered his thumb: 33% approval on Rotten Tomatoes and 42 out of 100 on the Metacritic website.[display-posts orderby="rand"]