Adam Sandler has set a new personal best in Rotten Tomatoes ratings with his latest Netflix comedy film, You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah. The actor-comedian just achieved a new milestone in critical praise, surpassing his previously held highest audience rating as the movie has been well-received among reviewers and viewers alike. The film is his latest release in a 34-year-long career spanning over 40 movies and he isn’t stopping here!
What did ‘You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah’ score in Rotten Tomato ratings?
You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah, which was made available for streaming on Friday, has amassed a “Fresh” score of 96% on Rotten Tomatoes. The rating surpasses Sandler’s previous films, such as Hustle (93%) and The Meyerowitz Stories (92%) as well as Uncut Gems (91%). It is possible that additional reviews may alter the ratings in the coming days, but for now, Sandler is free to bask in the success of his critically acclaimed, new comedy.
“The rampant nepotism on display has resulted in a sweet, amusing film geared toward younger audiences, who will best relate to the main character’s personal travails as she prepares for the film’s main event. (And as they say, you don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy the movie, but it certainly won’t hurt.)”THR’s review for Sandler’s new film
What is Adam Sandler’s new comedy film about?
Sammi Cohen (Crush) takes the helm in this new teen comedy film, the script for which was penned by Alison Peck. Produced by Happy Madison and Alloy Entertainment, the movie features a star-studded cast headed by Idina Menzel, Sarah Sherman, and Luis Guzmán. Sandler’s role is modest in nature, as he essentially plays the father to his teenage daughters – Sunny and Sadie – who are featured as the main characters (and are also his real daughters). This project is the latest in Sandler’s $250 million deal with Netflix, with the actor-comedian having already produced an astounding 8 titles for the platform.