Rotten Tomatoes has become a massive authority when judging films and TV shows and whether they are worth watching. Getting a perfect rating is almost impossible because it means that people actually have to have the same opinion, so more often than not, there is a bit of a discrepancy keeping movies and shows from having a perfect rating. However, as of right now, Adam Sandler’s new Netflix movie, You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah has a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score.
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Adam Sandler has been a part of the comedy world for longer than some of us have been alive. After founding his own production studio, Happy Madison, he has continued to create comedy for the world to enjoy. Still, his work has sometimes been received poorly. Some of his other work includes movies like Jack and Jill (3% rating), Mr Deeds (22% rating), Grown Ups (10%), and That’s My Boy (20%).
Those abysmal ratings could be argued with because the audience score is often much higher than the critic’s rating. Still, the critics win regarding the authority of opinion at the end of the day. That being said, things have been picking up in recent years. Adam Sandler’s special Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh got a 90% rating, with critics saying that it might be the most genuine he has ever been and that he has entered the height of his comedy career.
Recently, Sandler has won over the hearts of Netflix viewers with the sports drama Hustle, earning a 93% rating and making it the highest-rated one so far; that was until critics got their hand on Adam Sandler and Happy Madison’s latest comedy, You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah.
The entire Sandler family is a part of the cast, with Sunny Sandler starring in the prominent role of Stacy Friedman. At the same time, her older sister Sadie gets to share the screen with her as Ronnie Friedman, and Adam Sandler stars as her father, Danny Friedman. Sandler’s wife, Jackie Sandler, also stars in the movie as Gabi Rodriquez Katz, the mother of Stacy’s best friend, Lydia Rodriquez Katz, played by Samantha Lorraine.
The movie’s story follows Stacy, who is ready for her Bat Mitzvah. Still, things head south when she sees her best friend kissing her crush, causing a war between the best friends and a sudden change to the list of guests at her Bat Mitzvah.
Crcallalling the movie is a relatable coming-of-age movie that is fun for the whole family, comparing it to some teen favourites and classics that have been a lot of our lives, having the same heart but bringing new life and feeling to the genre.
The film has five reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and a glowing 100% rating. It is entirely possible, and actually likely, that the rating will change as soon as viewers are allowed to start posting their opinions about the movie when it hits Netflix on the 25th of August, 2023, but for now, it is heartwarming to know that Adam Sandler has finally earned a glowing rating on Rotten Tomatoes, no matter how fleeting and fragile that perfect rating might be.
Are you going to watch Adam Sandler’s new movie You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah and see if it deserves its perfect Rotten Tomatoesrating?
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