With Dylan O’Brien, the post-apocalyptic adventure “Love and Monsters” has finally been released in Brazil.
The film will hit theaters through Paramount Pictures, but debuts direct on Home Video (US only).
Now Netflix has CONFIRMED that it has purchased the rights to the film on the international market and will be streaming it between March and June 2021.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the feature has been opened with 90% approval, based on 38 reviews, to date.
Among the main comments, the accolades range from O’Brien’s energetic performance, to the storyline that mixes drama and adventure, to compelling special effects.
Check out the reviews:
“A great demonstration of O’Brien’s contagious imagination and comedic energy.” – RogerEbert.com.
“A post-apocalyptic creative film about adulthood…” – New York Times.
“A carefree adventure through an apocalyptic danger zone.” – The Hollywood Reporter.
“There is an uplifting spirit throughout the production and the effects are first class.” – News from San Jose Mercury.
“A slightly humorous reference to the action adventures for teens of the ’80s and’ 90s.” – Variety.
“’Love and Monsters’ isn’t particularly scary… However, it’s enjoyable and fun, two qualities that are worth checking out. – X assignment.
Watch the trailer:
Directed by Michael Matthews, the story revolves around a hunter named Clyde (Michael Rooker), who teaches Joel Dawson (O’Brien) how to survive during a monster apocalypse – as he crosses the country in search of his beloved.
The cast also includes Jessica Henwick (‘Iron Fist’) and Ariana Greenblatt (‘The First and Only Ivan’).
Brian Duffield and Matthew Robinson are responsible for the script.
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