This Feel-Good Netflix Movie Just Hit No. 2 With 33 Million Viewing Hours

Including the lead comedy Senior Year of Rebel Wilson and reality prank sequel Jackass 4.5, Netflix provides subscribers with some huge Netflix movies this month. Furthermore, both of these films have received positive reviews. Still, there’s a surprising third competitor in the running for the top slot. Additionally, a Netflix movie, ‘A Perfect Pairing,’ is titled a feel-good film. That provides the kind of joyful viewing experience we could all need right now. Moreover, Victoria Justice and Adam Demos play as a pair of insanely attractive people. Who meet and fall in love despite their circumstances being less than perfect.

In addition, a Netflix movie, ‘A Perfect Pairing,’ follows an enthusiastic Los Angeles wine executive named Lola (Justice). As she travels to Australia to secure a significant client for her company. While so, in Australia, she decides to work on a sheep farm in order to impress a potential business partner, and sparks fly between her and rugged and mysterious native Max (Demos). Though, it contains all of the hallmarks of a Hallmark film, with the exception of a slightly larger production budget. Although, the two are at odds from the start, Max isn’t fond of Lola’s big-city habits, while Lola finds Max closed-off and rude. But the boundaries soon come falling down, and things start to get a little steamy. But don’t worry, this isn’t the same as the 365 Days: This Day level of smut. Things are maintained at a family-friendly TV-14 level.

Further, the film was released last week without a fantastic deal of fanfare from the streamer itself. Still, it soon found a very enthusiastic audience. In fact, the picture has added up 33 million viewing hours (through the top 10 Netflix) in its first week on Netflix. That number is only rising as it climbs the Netflix top 10 most-watched movies list. It’s not pleasant news for the film A Perfect Pairing, as critics haven’t been quite so kind to the sparkling rom-com. On Rotten Tomatoes, it currently scores 57%. But fans of any genre will tell you that these movies are not made for the critics. According to social media responses, the film seemed to be a hit with Netflix subscribers. Also, you can read how Netflix users driven insane by one of the best-ever Stephen King adaption


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