Netflix Sci-Fi Tentpole Bombs With Critics And Audiences, Reported $100 Million Budget Looks Wasted On Screen

AtlasNetflix’s latest sci-fi action film, debuted to lackluster reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, earning a measly 17% approval score.

Critics viewed the film as another in a string of disappointing, big-budget productions from the streaming giant, drawing parallels to previous Netflix efforts such as Rebel Moon, The Adam ProjectAnd army of the dead.

In Atlas, Lopez plays Atlas Shepherd, a data analyst stranded on an alien planet in the middle of a war against malicious AI robots. The film, directed by Brad Peyton and written by Leo Sardarian and Aron Eli Coleite, was criticized for its lackluster storyline, heavy reliance on CGI, and clichéd storytelling.

With a supposed budget of $100 million, Atlas is among Netflix’s most expensive original films, alongside others that also failed to impress critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

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