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Viewers Are Praising New Jason Segal And Lily Collins Film On Netflix

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Viewers Are Praising New Jason Segal And Lily Collins Film On Netflix

Viewers have been praising new Netflix film Windfall, with some even saying they 'enjoyed every second of it'.

Now, we're all aware that Netflix has been on an absolute roll as of late when it comes to dropping a load of new movies and TV series and right now, the choice is pretty much endless. And as for the latest release?

The new flick that dropped on March 18 stars Jason Segel from How I Met Your Mother, Lily Collins who stars in To the Bone, along with Jesse Plemons who you might recognise from Game Night and Like Mike, if you're cool/old enough.

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You can check the trailer out below:

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While the plot shown in the teaser looks rather intriguing, the actual synopsis clears it up: "A man breaks into a tech billionaire's empty vacation home, but things go sideways when the arrogant mogul and his wife arrive for a last-minute getaway."

Segel stars as the man breaking into the home and looks to play a different role to his usual comedic stuff.

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Plemons plays the billionaire and Collins is his wife.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

Well, it turns out some are absolutely loving the film, with one user writing: "I cannot say enough good things about Windfall on Netflix. I enjoyed every second of it."

Another commented: "Anyone else watch the movie #Windfallnetflix, and think it was one of the best films made in decades?"

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A third added: "Since #JessePlemons is trending go watch Windfall on Netflix. Solid, short Hitchcockian comedy-thriller with solid performances from Jesse, Jason Segel, and Lily Collins."

However there is always The Good, the Bad and the Ugly when it comes to film reviews.

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Credit: Netflix

One argued: "Windfall on Netflix is such a useless movie,waste of my time."

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A second slammed: "The amount of garbage @Netflix

makes in a year is intolerable. What on earth was #Windfall. How are such trash films even greenlit in the first place?

"And it's from the writer of Se7en?!! Imagine what a terrible filmmaker you must be if you make such a bad film of a good story."

While someone else added: "Here’s my review of the new Netflix film 'windfall'…

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Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

"It’s cack. Absolute cack."

I mean, one might suggest that the mixed reviews are highlighted in the film's Rotten Tomatoes score at 61 percent, while IMDb rate it at just 5.7.

Like many films, you'll have to watch it yourself to see if it's your kind of thing.

Windfall is available to watch on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Film & TV, Netflix, Film and TV

Anish Vij
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