Best Reactions to Movies Out Now In Theaters

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Hey, Hollywooders! Have you ever LOVED a movie that critics seem to hate? Or maybe you HATED a movie that got rave reviews?

The truth is, movie critics don’t know everything. That’s why we’re here to share how regular people react to new movies out now.

Before you buy tickets, pick showtimes, or search ‘movie theater near me,’ read on for real, spoiler-free reactions to films in theaters from regular, everyday people.

New movies in theaters: Spider-Man: No Way Home

Marvel’s most anticipated film, Spider-Man: No Way Home, released worldwide on Friday, December 17, to the excitement of MCU fans everywhere. This movie picks up from the events of the 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home. Now that the world knows Spider-Man’s real identity, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) seeks help from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). As the world turns upside down, Peter must figure out what it really means to be Spider-Man. Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, and Marisa Tomei also star.

After waiting for months for the movie to premiere, fans finally had the chance to share their thrilled reactions.

New movies in theaters: Nightmare Alley 

Guillermo del Toro returns to the silver screen with his new adaptation of the neo-noir psychological thriller Nightmare Alley. The film follows carny Stan Carlisle (Bradley Cooper) who teams up with dangerous psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett) to con Chicago’s wealthy elite. The star-studded cast includes appearances from Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, and Rooney Mara. The movie has received 8 nominations for the 27th Critics’ Choice Awards.

Fans took to Twitter to share their reactions to this twisted thriller.

New movies in theaters: Mother/Android

Chloë Grace Moretz and Algee Smith star in the science, action thriller Mother/Android. As androids have taken over the human race, a pregnant woman and her partner must journey to Boston where it is safe for her to give birth.

When the movie dropped on Hulu on Friday, December 17, movie-watchers felt frightened by this post-apocalyptic world.

New movies in theaters: Swan Song

AppleTV+’s newest film, Swan Song, dropped for audiences worldwide on Friday, December 17. In the film, a husband and father is diagnosed with a terminal illness. When he’s presented with the idea of replacing himself with a carbon copy, he struggles with keeping it a secret from his wife and child. Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Awkwafina, Glenn Close and Adam Beach star.

AppleTV+ users got a first-hand look at this heartbreaking film.

New movies in theaters: The Lost Daughter 

Olivia Colman plays Leda, a college professor, in the psychological drama The Lost Daughter. When Leda meets a mother and her young daughter on vacation, she becomes obsessed with the 2, as she relives her memories of her own early motherhood. Directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal, the movie premiered at the 78th Venice International Film Festival. The movie had a limited release starting December 17, and will be on Netflix on December 31.

Movie-watchers were shocked with the twists and turns of the film.

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