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Jonah Hill's new Netflix movie has 100% on Rotten Tomatoes

Jonah Hill's new Netflix movie has 100% on Rotten Tomatoes

Jonah Hill's new documentary Stutz has received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes, and fans are calling the film 'life changing'.

There is snow flurrying down as I type this which can only mean one thing. It’s time to enter my winter hibernation, which just so happens to include getting cosy and catching up on all that Netflix has to offer. If you hadn’t heard, brand new show Wednesday has smashed several records on the streaming service - soaring past those set by Stranger Things 4 - so that’s definitely one to check out.

New film Troll has landed a perfect score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and we’re mere weeks away from the release of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Story. Personally, I also cannot wait for Emily in Paris’ latest season which drops next week. Anyone else? Oui? Non? Today though, I’m here to tell you about Jonah Hill’s latest addition to Netflix which has also earned that coveted Rotten Tomatoes 100%.

Check out the trailer for Stutz below.

Directed by Jonah Hill, Stutz is a documentary film that chronicles the life of Dr. Phil Stutz - a leading psychiatrist who is also Hill’s therapist. In a series of conversations, the two individuals chat about mental health and accessibility to mental health services. As you can imagine, it’s an incredibly honest film, and critics and fans alike are full of praise. The audience rating sits just behind the 100% critical rating at 97%.

Los Angeles Times’ Noel Murray wrote, “This film has a worthy goal: to change the perspectives of people who might be hurting right now. For those willing to go with its flow, it has a real power,” while Financial Times’ Dan Einav said, “Instead of a stagy one-sided interview, we’re treated to an honest conversation about mental health and human flaws between two men who share a touchingly warm bond.”

Many fans even called the film ‘life changing’. Earlier this year, Hill confirmed that he’d no longer publicly promote his work, including Stutz, in an effort to protect himself from anxiety attacks. Given the honesty of the film, many are full of admiration for Hill’s bravery and candour. You can check out the documentary now on Netflix.

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Topics: Netflix, TV And Film