10 Of The Worst Films On Netflix Proper Now

The “Groundhog Day” premise of reliving the identical time period over and over has been trotted out a bunch of occasions at this level. “Fringe of Tomorrow,” “Russian Doll,” “Completely satisfied Demise Day,” and “Palm Springs” have all achieved their tackle the trope with various ranges of success. However that did not cease Netflix from dragging it out yet another time for the comedy “Bare.”

The film stars Marlon Wayans — virtually comedy royalty not too way back — as Rob Anderson, a person who wakes up bare in an elevator on the morning of his marriage ceremony. With the clock ticking, Anderson makes an attempt to make it to the church, however is arrested for public indecency and the church bells ring whereas he’s nonetheless in custody. Luckily (or sadly, relying in your perspective), Anderson all of a sudden reappears again within the elevator, an hour earlier, with a chance to strive once more.

When an idea as well-trodden as residing the identical time over once more, you actually need to knock it out of the park to face out. You would not remake “Groundhog Day” simply to do a nasty job at it. Sadly, “Bare” appears extra focused on how humorous it’s to get Wayans bare within the elevator (it is not) than the very human parts at play. Audiences will go together with your wacky premise when you give them a purpose to care. Even in comedies, that is what viewers purchase a ticket for.