An inexplicably successful comedy finds itself up sh*t creek on Netflix
If there are any genres that split opinion between critics and fans more than any others,
you’d have to name comedy and horror as the top two.
The latter finds audiences much more receptive to jump scares and gore
than those tasked with writing reviews, while the former is nearly impossible
to predict given that everyone has a different sense of humor,
As per FlixPatrol, regular Adam Sandler collaborator Steven Brill’s 2004 hit has been swimming
upstream on the platform’s charts, having secured multiple Top 10 finishes in various countries around the world.
The treasure-hunting travesty was resoundingly panned to end up with a paltry
Rotten Tomatoes score of 14 percent, but the general public vehemently disagreed.