Netflix’s latest A-list Waste of Space hits #1 in 65 nations
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It’s more than a touch of irony and definitely worth noting that the majority of Netflix’s best and most popular original films released so far this year haven’t been glamorous Hollywood efforts at packing a sizable roster of recognizable stars, but have been your place or mine has bucked the trend to deliver the latest record of the streaming service’s instantly hit mediocrity.
The rom-com has already come under scrutiny when stars Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon were mercilessly trolled for their incredibly embarrassing photos together on the red carpet, but it has to be said that they generate far more chemistry on screen than they do in Person.
Either way, even the airy duo couldn’t get up Your place or mine above its current Rotten Tomatoes score of just 36 percent, with users proving more generous by giving the film an approval rating of 44 percent. Nonetheless, A-listers remain a draw on demand, so no one should be shocked to discover that the latest star-filled caper has exploded from the blocks.
According to FlixPatrol, your place or mine easily snagged Netflix’s number one spot on the global charts after it debuted as the most-watched feature in 65 countries around the world. As is the case, however, it will likely be entirely forgotten in a short time, but there’s always another shiny exclusive lurking around the corner, ready, willing and most likely able to replace the simple selling point with widespread acclaim from popular names to see as undemandingly as possible.
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