Jennifer Lopez's Netflix film The Mother has reached an unwanted Rotten Tomatoes milestone

Despite The Mother, a new revenge film featuring Jennifer Lopez, receiving positive feedback from audiences, critics remain undecided, resulting in an undesirable accomplishment on Rotten Tomatoes.
In the movie, Lopez portrays a ruthless assassin compelled to safeguard her estranged daughter.

Exclusive to Netflix, the trailer presents The Mother as an intense action-packed film, brimming with explosive fights and memorable tough-guy lines.
After the unfortunate incident involving John Wick's dog, Jennifer Lopez finds herself in a similar predicament, defending her daughter in The Mother.

The film has garnered a favorable response from audiences, boasting an impressive 70 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, a popular review aggregator platform.
Since its release on Mother's Day in the US, The Mother has achieved remarkable success, even surpassing two prominent Netflix films. According to Samba TV data, approximately 2.8 million households in the US tuned in to watch the film.

These impressive figures indicate that The Mother has outperformed Netflix's flagship movies, surpassing both Murder Mystery 2 and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, which attracted 2.4 million and 2.6 million households respectively.

The audience response has been overwhelmingly positive, with Jennifer Lopez's performance receiving high praise from many reviewers. Natasha Alvar from Cultured Vultures commended Lopez, stating, "Jennifer Lopez showcases her versatility by excelling in various genres, from romantic comedies to action films. Her remarkable talent makes The Mother highly engaging."
While critics were quick to praise Lopez's performance, they also drew attention to the film's 'forgettable' feel and descent into action cliches - with some even suggesting that Lopez was too good for the film.

All this came together to mean that The Mother had an overall critic score of 49 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, low enough for it to pass into the 'certified rotten' category, instead of the coveted 'certified fresh' ranking.

It's a tale as old as time, audiences respond well and commercial success appears to be imminent, but critical acclaim proves a different beast.

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