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JLo's "Atlas" Flops on Rotten Tomatoes: Critics Call it a Formulaic Mess

JLo's "Atlas" Flops on Rotten Tomatoes: Critics Call it a Formulaic Mess

JLo's "Atlas" Flops on Rotten Tomatoes: Critics Call it a Formulaic Mess

Jennifer Lopez's latest foray into sci-fi action with the Netflix film "Atlas" has hit a rough patch. Critics haven't been kind, leaving the movie with a dismal score on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.

As of today, May 25, 2024, "Atlas" sits at a mere 8% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes. This puts it firmly in the territory of Lopez's lowest-rated films, with only her 2003 rom-com flop "Gigli" scoring lower (a painful 6%).

What Went Wrong?

Reviews point to a number of issues with "Atlas." Here's a breakdown of the main criticisms:

  • Clich├ęd Plot: Critics find the story predictable and unoriginal, accusing it of recycling tired sci-fi tropes without offering anything new. Words like "paint-by-numbers" and "formulaic" are being thrown around.
  • Underdeveloped Characters: Despite Lopez's starring role, reviewers say the characters lack depth and fail to connect with the audience.
  • Weak Script: The blame for both the predictable plot and underdeveloped characters often falls on the screenplay. Critics find it lacking in wit and originality.
  • Disappointing Production Values: Some reviews mention underwhelming special effects and action sequences, detracting from the overall experience.

Despite the Harsh Reviews...

Despite the critical drubbing, "Atlas" might still find an audience on Netflix. Lopez's star power and the appeal of the sci-fi action genre could lead to viewership. However, it's unlikely to become a critical darling or a major awards contender.

The Final Verdict

"Atlas" seems to be a case of missed potential. While Jennifer Lopez brings her star power, the film ultimately falls short due to a tired story, underdeveloped characters, and a weak script. If you're looking for a groundbreaking sci-fi experience, critics recommend looking elsewhere. However, if you're a die-hard JLo fan or simply curious, "Atlas" might still be worth a watch on Netflix.


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