Technology

You’re So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah: Adam Sandler Breaks Rotten Tomatoes Record with Bat Mitzvah Movie on Netflix

Receive our free weekly email with the latest cinema news from our film critic, Clarisse Loughrey

Receive our The Life Cinematic email for free

Adam Sandler has set a career record with his brand new Netflix film.

The actor, who has a $350million (£199million) deal with the streaming service, appears in You’re not invited to my Bat Mitzvah like thisa comedy in which he stars alongside his wife and two daughters.

It’s an overturned sports drama Hurry according to the collection site Rotten Tomatoes, his top-reviewed film.

This marks a kind of turning point for Sandler, whose previous films for the streaming service include: The ridiculous 6, Sandy Wexler And thrillerwere all torn apart by critics.

However, You’re not invited to my Bat Mitzvah like this sees Sandler receiving some of the best reviews of his career to date.

The film has a 95 percent critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes. For comparison, Hurry has 93 percent.

Behind follows The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)that has 92 percent Unpolished gems with 91 percent and Paul Thomas Anderson film drunken love (77 percent).

However, the audience disagrees. While Hurry remains his favorite film with fans, You’re not invited to my Bat Mitzvah like this is currently 67 percent.

The film is about two best friends whose bat mitzvah plans are influenced by a popular boy whose attention they are fighting for.

Sunny and Adam Sandler in You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah

(netflix)

Sandler stars alongside him in the film Unpolished gems co-star Idina Menzel, as well as his wife Jackie and their two daughters Sadie, 17, and Sunny, 14.

The actor has been married to Jackie since 2003.

You’re not invited to my Bat Mitzvah like this is now available to stream on Netflix.

Source: www.independent.co.uk

Show More

Christopher Hill

Providing balanced news amidst polarization. Dedicated to sharing well-rounded perspectives.

Read Next

Back to top button