Netflix’s next big movie is a crime thriller with 98% on Rotten Tomatoes

Netflix’s latest movie deal is a juicy one for it and for us: the streamer has spent $20m to acquire the streaming rights to Hit Man, the latest film by the great director Richard Linklater. Not to be confused with 2007’s game-adaptation dud Hitman, the 2023 movie was one of the most talked-about films at the Venice Film Festival and has already racked up a suite of rave reviews, currently sitting at 98% positive on Rotten Tomatoes, and looks likely enter the pantheon of the best Netflix movies.

Hit Man is the story of schoolteacher Gary Johnson, whose side hustle is pretending to be a hitman for the New Orleans police, to trap people trying to hire him. The mild-mannered teacher becomes a completely different character when he’s conning the people who want him to kill their co-workers or colleagues, but when he falls for a woman who wants him to kill her partner, things get very messy indeed. 



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