Atlas

critic Reviews

, 19% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • Jennifer Lopez admirably does her best to shoulder Atlas' seismic scope, but this sci-fi spectacle buckles under the weight of a script whose intelligence is merely artificial.
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    Tim CogshellFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    A narrative -- and much imagery, too -- that's built on much better movies.
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    Wenlei MaThe Nightly (AU)
    It’s like if Marvel made a whole movie with Tony Stark inside his armour just talking to Jarvis, but without any witty repartee.
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    Sam AdamsSlate
    J. Lo may be fighting for the very existence of the human race, but there’s nothing at stake between you and the screen.
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    Dwight BrownDwightBrownInk.com
    The unimaginative direction, generic script, weakly drawn characters, iffy acting and misguided production elements are a hinderance. But even with all that dead weight, the simple act of going on a mission... provides a natural momentum.
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    Alissa WilkinsonNew York Times
    At times “Atlas” feels like pure pastiche, and it looks, in a fashion we’re getting used to seeing on the streamers, kind of cheap, dark, plasticky and fake, particularly in the big action sequences.
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    Mick LaSalleSan Francisco Chronicle
    Imagine two hours of Lopez trying to deadlift 1,000 pounds, and you’d have an idea of what “Atlas” is like.
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    Erin MaxwellBust Magazine
    Atlas is a futuristic look at the dark possibilities of artificial intelligence.
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    Jackie K. Cooperjackiekcooper.com
    Jennifer Lopez is better in this movie than you expect her to be.
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    Archi SenguptaLeisureByte.com
    Jennifer Lopez isn’t able to save this boring and melodramatic movie that feels like a regurgitation of other action/sci-fi flicks of the past.
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    Nelson AcostaKoimoi
    Hollywood must be really scared of AI when the subject keeps popping up in movies like every single week, and sadly, Atlas itself feels like it is the product of being written by AI itself
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