Bright is not liked to the critics because they have included

Published on Jan 25, 2018

According to the CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings, the critics have dismantled Bright (which you can read our review), only because they have not been able to figure it out.

Despite the numerous negative reviews, in fact, Hastings said that the company has not changed its plans for the international launch of the film with Will Smith.

The critics are very far from what is pleasing to a wider audience. Consider, then, that we are planning to expand to the international level and most of these criticisms are in English and are from the United States.

What Hastings seems to be the classic comment of those who seek to diminish the negative opinion of the critics, claiming that only the true fans are able to understand the movie. But this is the case of Bright?

Have you seen the film by David Ayer with Will Smith? What do you think? Please let us know with a comment below!

Set in an alternate present where humans, orcs, elves and fairies live together since the dawn of time, Bright is an action film that twists the canons of the genre. During a patrol at night routine, the two police officers of extraction, very different, Ward (Will Smith) and Jakoby (Joel Edgerton), they encounter a dark force that will change their future and the world in which they live.

Bright follows the story of two police officers, played by Smith, in the role of officer Ward, and Edgerton (official Jakoby) that fight against the orcs and the powerful elf villain played by Noomi Rapace (Leila) with the goal of saving the world.

Among the interpreters of Bright include Will Smith, Joel Edgerton (The great Gatsby), Noomi Rapace (girl with the dragon tattoo, Alien: Covenant), Lucy Fry (22.11.63), Edgar Ramirez (Hands of Stone, Zero Dark Thirty), Margaret Cho (Drop Dead Diva) and Ike Barinholtz(the Suicide Squad).

Written by Max Landis (Chronicle), the film is directed by David Ayer (Training Day, End of Watch, Fury, Suicide Squad) and produced by Eric Newman (Narcos), Bryan Unkeless (the Hunger Games), and by the same Ayer.

The film was released on Netflix on December 22, 2017.

Source: Gizmondo

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