Netflix viewers are warning each other when watching the series, which currently ranks number one on the series’ top 10 most watched list.
While the platform’s weekly TV show listings are often dwarfed by new releases, the movie listings are more unpredictable and often change between recent releases and classic movies.
This week, director Daina Reid .’s latest horror film Run rabbit runmain character heir‘s Sarah Snook, is at the top of the US list.
Since its release on Netflix on June 28, the film has been largely panned by critics, with Clarisse Loughrey arguing that it “marks the ludicrous as if it were conducting some sort of thing.” paranormal safety test” in her review for independence.
It currently holds 38% of the review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. And yet, despite the poor ratings, many Netflix users decided to take the opportunity to watch the movie – hence, it got the highest rating.
Now, however, they are warning others not to “waste two hours of life” by watching Run rabbit run.
“Run rabbit run really bad, don’t watch it,” one person wrote on Twitter, with the second agreeing that “it’s really as bad as people say. so disappointed”.
“This is possibly one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen,” a third asserted.
“If you are thinking about watching Run rabbit run, DON’T,” wrote another. “Two hours of my life will never come back.”
However, others disagreed with the negative comments. “Run rabbit run is a great horror movie. So many unspoken revelations,” one person protested.
Another questioned why it received “such a poor score on Rotten Tomatoes”, arguing that “it’s really well done, especially for an Australian film”.
“I’ve heard a lot of people say this movie is too slow or boring but I think it’s a pretty good performance of old trauma replaying,” said another.
Snook, 35, leads the Netflix chill as Sarah, a fertility doctor who must confront her unshakable beliefs about life and death after her daughter begins to behave sexually. strange.
Read independencerate two stars of the movie here.
Run rabbit run marks the Australian actress’s latest project following her award-nominated role as Shiv Roy in the hit HBO series. heirends in May.