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Leonardo DiCaprio’s new film is his first rotten film in years

by Stewart Cole

Leonardo DiCaprio as an actor is quite synonymous with quality. Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Aviator, Inception, and The departed are just some of the movies in which he starred, which are fans’ favorites and became worldwide hits undoubtedly due to his presence. The actor eventually won the Academy Award for Best Actor The Revenant back in 2016 and is committed to chasing the gold Oscar, but his latest film is one of his worst when it comes to critical acclaim. Do not look up, starring DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, is the film of the lowest-rated actor in almost a decade.

As of this writing, Adam McKay’s feature has a rating of 55% and a “Rotten” rating on the Rotten Tomatoes after 226 reviews on the crucial collector. The Rotten movie rating makes it the DiCaprio movie with the lowest rating by The Great Gatsby of 2013 which has a rating of 48% on the site. Among the two films are Wall Street Wolf (79%, Certified Fresh), The Revenant (78%, Certified Fresh) and Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood (85%, Certified Fresh). Just behind the Big Gatsby is another DiCaprio movie with a fresh score, Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, which sits between the Big Gatsby and another rotten movie, J. Edgar of 2011.

Don’t Look Up’s current critique of Rotten Tomatoes is as follows: denial “.

While the film has received mixed reviews, many in the audience have expressed their support for the film and expressed their love for it both on Rotten Tomatoes and on social media.

For those unfamiliar, Netflix’s official movie description is as follows:

“Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer Lawrence), an astronomy student, and her professor Dr. Randall Mindy (Leonardo DiCaprio) make the amazing discovery of a comet orbiting in the solar system. The problem – it is in a direct collision with Another problem? No one seems to really care. embark on a media tour that takes them from the office of an indifferent Orleans president (Meryl Streep) and her slanderous son and Chief of Staff, Jason (Jonah Hill), to The Daily Rip, an optimistic morning show hosted by Brielle ) and Jack (Tyler Perry) With just six months to go before the comet makes an impact, managing its 24-hour news cycle “Social media before it’s too late turns out to be shockingly comical – what will it take for people to just look at you ?!”

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