Netflix Viewers Warn Others to Avoid Watching Succession Star’s New Hit Movie

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Netflix viewers have mixed reactions to Sarah Snook’s latest movie, Run Rabbit Run, which is currently topping the streaming charts.
While the Australian thriller has gained popularity since its release on Netflix last month, some viewers are not impressed with the film.

Directed by Daina Reid, Run Rabbit Run features Sarah Snook in a leading role in this chilling thriller. The movie follows a fertility doctor who notices unusual behavior in her young daughter after she claims to have memories of another life. She must confront a ghost from her past, challenging her own values.

Despite its high ranking on Netflix’s Top 10-most watched list, the film has received negative reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. One disappointed viewer warns others about the film, stating, “Netflix’s new horror original makes the irredeemable sin of wasting Sarah Snook.” Another criticizes the movie for its “cheap and loud jump scares” and “obnoxious characters.”

However, not all viewers share the same sentiment. Some have enjoyed the spooky tale and find it chilling enough to keep them engaged. One satisfied viewer describes it as a “solid, spooky tale” that keeps them on the edge of their seat, eagerly anticipating the next sign of danger. Another praises the director, Daina Reid, for maintaining a high level of suspense and commends Sarah Snook for her rich and perplexing performance.

Sarah Snook, best known for her role as Shiv Roy in Succession, has garnered critical acclaim for her acting prowess. She won a Golden Globe Award and received nominations for two Primetime Emmy Awards for her portrayal of Shiv Roy. Succession, an HBO series, concluded earlier this year after four successful seasons.

Following the conclusion of Succession, Snook welcomed her first child with her husband, Dave Lawson. She proudly displayed her pregnancy bump on the red carpet before the premiere of the final season. In addition to Succession, Snook has appeared in various films, including Not Suitable for Children (2012), These Final Hours (2013), The Dressmaker (2015), Steve Jobs (2015), The Glass Castle (2017), and Pieces of a Woman (2020). She has also made appearances in TV shows like Black Mirror.

While Run Rabbit Run has sparked mixed reactions among Netflix viewers, Sarah Snook continues to captivate audiences with her talent and versatility in both film and television projects.

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