The film Holmes & Watson recently debuted with absolutely devastating critiques. Although the film has a seemingly intriguing cast – with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly finally reuniting – the vast majority of reviews have been cruel and relentless. The film was classified as a failure three days after its release. All in all, it is rather sad that Ferrell and Reilly, who performed endless laughter in Talladega Nights: The Ballad by Ricky Bobby were part of a movie that is a dudel forever
On Rotten Tomatoes For example, the film has a ridiculously bad rating of 7%. A representative review from Rolling Stone critic David Fear states that "it's so painless that we're not sure it's a comedy." There are even reports that the film has caused some spectators flat vacation in the middle of the movie. Besides, you know the movie is really bad: Netflix did not want it.
That's right, Netflix ̵
This is a tricky reality that Netflix has. It is no problem to spend millions for millions on new content, some of which are strangely awful the failed comedy Disjointed is such an example that comes to mind.