Netflix’s The Last Days Of American Crime earned 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes

Netflix’s The Last Days Of American Crime earned  0% score on Rotten Tomatoes

Over the past few months coronavirus hit world badly and due to lockdown people are stuck at home also all theaters around the world are closed, but still, there are several watching options available on streaming and subscription services. Recently Netflix release The Last Days of American Crime which is a failure according to Rotten Tomatoes the movie got 0% positive reviews. There are many negative reviews that are shared on Rotten Tomatoes for The Last Days of American Crime, not a single positive review.

Week ago HBO launched its new service HBO Max, which includes a large variety of popular films and TV shows. Due to pandemic, Netflix stopped production of many of its projects including highly-anticipated series Stranger things, But still, Netflix released many hits recently. In fact, Netflix released numerous hits over the past few years, the service is frequently seen some hits and some failures. Those who are following Netflix over the years, it’s clear that with plenty of hits we can expect some failures too. The Last Days of American Crime recent adaptation of Greg Tocchini and Rick Remender graphic novel with the same name, it was hoped to be another Netflix hit but so far film get didn’t get positive reviews which was initially expected.

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The Last Days of American Crime didn’t get a single positive review on Rotten Tomatoes, at the time of writing this article movie got 27% reviews and all of them are negative. Reviews from some huge entertainment news publications are also not positive, obviously, it isn’t good news for any movie, also on IMDb movie got 3.7 out 10 viewer rating.

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The Last Days of American Crime Released on Netflix on June 5, Tale of the movie is set in the near future as the government has a plan to stop crime and terrorism by broadcast a signal that would make it impossible for anyone to commit a crime. Graham Bricke (Edgar Ramirez) professional criminal who was never able to make a big score, teams up with Kevin Cash (Michael C. Pitt) son of a famous gangster and Shelby Dupree (Anna Brewster) black market hacker their goal is to make a huge score of the century. Action thrill movie cast includes Sean Cameron Michael, Anna Brewster, Sharlto Copley, Édgar Ramírez, Mohammad Tiregar, and Michael Pitt.