Adam Sandler’s ‘Hustle’ Scores Big: Critical Acclaim and Netflix’s Number One Movie

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Adam Sandler’s latest production for Netflix, “Hustle,” has become a standout success, earning critical acclaim and claiming the number one spot on Netflix’s movie charts in the United States. The sports drama, which premiered on June 3, boasts a 91 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, both from critics and the audience. While Sandler’s previous Netflix films received mixed reviews, “Hustle” has garnered widespread praise. Netflix, renewing its contract with Sandler’s Happy Madison production banner in 2020, highlighted the significant viewership his films generated, reaching a total of two billion hours. “Hustle” follows Sandler as Stanley Sugerman, a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers, and features basketball as a central theme, with NBA star LeBron James credited as a co-producer. The film’s engaging narrative, character development, and technical craftsmanship have contributed to its positive reception. Critics describe it as a satisfying sports movie with a scrappy tale of adversity and triumph. Twitter users and Netflix viewers alike express their genuine enjoyment and repeat viewings of “Hustle,” cementing its success just one week after its release. The film’s triumph demonstrates Sandler’s prowess as both a talented actor and a producer, reaffirming his impact on the film industry over the past two decades.

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