Adam Sandler’s New Netflix Movie Is Absolutely Crushing On Rotten Tomatoes


Dramatic Adam Sandler became the best Sandler for both viewers and critics. Hustle has confirmed this again, as everyone likes Adam Sandler’s performance as the unlucky scout Stanley Sugarman. As with last year’s “Uncut Jewels,” reviewers pay tribute to the Netflix sports drama and Sandler, as the film absolutely crushes him on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Netflix sports film is currently rated by film critics on Rotten Tomatoes as “fresh” with a 91% rating. Many reviewers considered that the plot of the film corresponds to the formula of sports cinema, but singled out the acting of the actors (especially Sandler) along with the leadership of Jeremiah Tan as reasons for broadcasting the film. In a review of CinemaBlend’s Hustle, Eric Eisenberg urged graduates of the Saturday Night Live show to star in more basketball movies after the actor demonstrated “real seriousness.”

But not only critics were impressed with the project, as the audience rating is currently also 91%. Their feelings were followed by critics who are delighted with the actor’s performance of Big Daddy. So, reviewers across the board praise Adam Sandler and sports drama in general.

All this recognition of the actor of “Happy Gilmore” and the sports drama became the cherry on the cake after initially he had a slight hiccup. Sandler admitted that initially the hero of Juancho Hernangomes had to live in China. But since Netflix had no presence in the country, the executives asked him to change the country to Europe or Latin America. Fortunately, everything worked out, because instead the audience saw Sandler hiring Hernangomes from Spain.

In addition to the film debut of the Utah Jazz forward, viewers and critics like to see Sandler once again demonstrate his dramatic skills. The success of “Uncut Jewels” proved that he can compete with the greatest Hollywood actors (without a well-deserved Oscar nomination). He’s even getting ready to reunite with The Safdies directors in another movie. This is not the only project in development, as he will star alongside Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan and Isabella Rossellini in the Netflix sci-fi drama “The Astronaut.”

That doesn’t mean Sandler’s signature comedy is taking a back seat, as he and Jennifer Aniston have teamed up again to play husband-and-wife detective duo Nick and Audrey Spitz in “Murder Mystery 2.” They will be joined by Mark from Shazam! Strong, Tony Goldwyn from “King Richard” and other celebrities in the sequel. Fortunately, he learned how to kiss Aniston on screen under the guidance of his real wife. He is producing Adam Devine’s comedy “Outlaw” for Netflix. He even appeared in the final Norm McDonald’s special, “Nothing Special” (again on Netflix).

In the meantime, you can watch Adam Sandler’s sensational performance in Hustle by subscribing to Netflix. You can also watch sports drama in cinemas. Perhaps a sports film will be Sandler’s next chance to receive an Oscar nomination. While you’re there, you can watch other awesome movies on Netflix.