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M3GAN Gets Near Perfect Score On Rotten Tomatoes For Its First Review

The reviews are in, and M3GAN is a big hit. M3GAN gets near perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes for its first review. It's currently at 98% fresh, and most critics agree that the horror movie is a lot of fun to watch, even though it has a lot of camp along with its creepiness.

Mariella Blankenship
Jan 06, 202319 Shares473 Views
First reviews of Blumhouse's sci-fi horror film M3GAN gets near perfect score on Rotten Tomatoesgiving it a 98% Fresh rating. We're almost ready to see the scary movie we've all been waiting for, but the reviews are already in, and it looks like M3GAN has killed it.
The story of an AI doll going bad has been making the internet buzz for a while now, and early reports suggest that the movie gives us all that we want and more. They are raving about how funny and dark it is, and how it pushes the limits of good taste.

M3GAN Gets Near Perfect Score On Rotten Tomatoes

M3GAN - "masters of horror"

In the new movie, a lifelike doll is programmed to be a child's best friend, but her creation leads to things that no one could have imagined. Tomorrow night, M3GAN opens in theaters for real, and Rotten Tomatoes already has it up with a great score from critics. The first horror movie of 2023 has a 98% score after 34 reviews.
Even though the movie's TikTok dance is already a hit around the world, some people think it will be their favorite horror movie of 2023. In M3GAN, Gemma, played by Alison Williams (Get Out), ends up taking care of her 8-year-old niece Cady, who just lost her parents.
Gemma asks for an M3GAN prototype, which is an AI-powered robot doll, to help her protect Cady both physically and emotionally. Cady gets attached to M3GAN quickly, which makes the robot become more self-aware, which has deadly results.
The movie also features Ronny Chieng (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings), Brian Jordan Alvarez (Will & Grace), Jen Van Epps, Lori Dungey, and Stephane Garneau-Monten. This deliciously dark horror movie is set to come out on January 6, but critics who saw it early already loved it a lot.
Kristy Puchko of Mashable said that M3GAN was the scariest bad guy since the Babadook. She also said:
Like Michael Myers sturdily stalking his victims, M3GAN excites us in her calm but determined, albeit more flashy approach to her doomed victims. Every step in those dress shoes sparks a wave of goosebumps.- Kristy Puchko
Peter Bradshaw, a writer for The Guardian, said that M3GAN was an ‘entertainingly nasty film for the new year’. While William Bibbiani of The Wrap praised Jenna Davis, who plays M3GAN, for how "subtle" she was in showing how scary the doll's AI responses were. He wrote:
Davis is doing impressive and subtle work, hinting at the character’s emergence as a true artificial intelligence in ways the audience keys into but that the characters can be forgiven for missing.- Peter Bradshaw
It’s all so intelligently crafted and thoughtful that M3GAN can’t be written off as a lark. Johnstone’s film captures the same alchemical blend of heart, humour and havoc you find only rarely, in crossover classics like Gremlins, and it yields more entertainment than most would-be blockbusters.- Peter Bradshaw
About now, M3GAN should be doing about 10 cartwheels.

M3GAN Has Arrived

She’s more than just a toy. She’s part of the family. M3GAN was made by Jason Blum and James Wan. Gerard Johnstone directed it, and Akela Cooper wrote the script.
In the movie, Violet McGraw plays Cady, an 8-year-old girl whose aunt Gemma (Allison Williams) gives her a high-tech doll with artificial intelligence as a friend. When M3GAN becomes too protective of Cady, it causes problems, and anyone the doll thinks is a threat will die.
M3GAN is a lifelike doll that has been programmed to be a child's best friend and a parent's best ally. It is a marvel of artificial intelligence. M3GAN was made by a brilliant roboticist at a toy company named Gemma (Allison Williams from "Get Out").
She can listen, watch, and learn from the child she is bonded to, becoming a friend, teacher, playmate, and protector
From James Wan, the director of the Saw, Insidious, and The Conjuring series, and Blumhouse, the company that made the Halloween movies, The Black Phone, and The Invisible Man, comes a new face in horror.
On January 6, 2023, M3GAN will be shown for the first time in movie theaters. The movie's official trailer can be seen below.

M3GAN - official trailer


The first reviews for Blumhouse's new horror film M3GAN, which has been getting a lot of attention, are in, and they're pretty good.
The movie directed by Gerard Johnstone has been praised for its fun and humor, but some critics have said it doesn't have enough scary parts. We've put together what they have to say about why the movie got a near-perfect score of 98% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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