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10 ‘Rotten’ Drama Movies With High IMDb Ratings

The true story of the kidnapping and murder of teenage Nicholas Markowitz is a fairly well-known one, and it became more known when it became the subject of 2006. alpha dog† The film shows the last days of his life (he changed his name to Zack Mazursky for this adaptation) and how he bonded over a period of time with his captors.

This heartbreaking film is backed by a strong cast that includes Anton Yelchin, Emile Hirsch, Olivia Wilde, Ben Foster and more. Critics were divided on most aspects outside of the show, though audiences generally agreed it was better than average.

Hot Summer Nights (2017) – RT: 44% / IMDb: 6.3

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Without a doubt, Timothée Chalamet is one of Hollywood’s hottest rising stars.rush in please call me by your name Now comes the epic sci-fi series duneThis is just the tip of the iceberg for him.

However, one of his lesser-known works is: hot summer night, where he played Danny Middleton, a teenager who ventured into the world of drugs in 1991. Critics praised the acting and visual style, but said the story was uninspired. People who have seen it seem to like it the most and rate it highly on IMDb.

Cruel Intentions (1999) – RT: 54% / IMDb: 6.8

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Some movies record their time entirely cruel intent The iconic youth drama revolves around two wealthy step-brothers’ heartbreaking bet that the brothers will gain the virginity of the school’s newest pupil.

Everything from the soundtrack to performances by Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon has become legendary over the years. While casual moviegoers seem to love it, it has received mixed reviews.

Five Feet Away (2019) – RT: 53% / IMDb: 7.2

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One of the latest plays to achieve this is: One and a half meters apart, another story about teens. However, this is not a heinous story, but a sad one, as it revolves around two teens with cystic fibrosis who fall in love despite never being able to touch each other.

Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse do it with fantastic chemistry, and audiences are in awe of the sweet nature of it all. Critics think it falls into clichés, but these things happen often because they work with regular audiences.

Applause (2001) – RT: 55% / IMDb: 7.5″

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According to a 1993 book, blow Tells the story of cocaine smuggler George Jung. Johnny Depp was praised for his portrayal of Jung, although critics felt that was really the only place that stood out. They seem to say that he played a lot of the disgusting notes in Hollywood.

While some of these may be considered real, blow Twenty years later, it’s still as fun as ever. Although it was a commercial failure at the time, the film is still one that people miss and watch from time to time.

Gangster Squad (2013) – RT: 31%/IMDb: 6.7

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Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling on screen are one of the most impressive duos in history.they are great together Earth yes crazy stupid loveAlthough one of his films received a lukewarm response from critics.

that’s among those people mafia group† The film is a fictional story about a group of detectives who come together to take down notorious criminal Mitch Cohen. The cast and production are the highlights, although the writing has been criticized. Still, audiences seem to like it the most.

Dangerous Thoughts (1995) – RT: 31% / IMDb: 6.5

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most people remember Dangerous setting Because Coolio’s “Gangster Paradise” was a huge hit outside of the soundtrack. A closer look reminds one that this emotional drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer actually has an interesting plot.

Based on an autobiography, the film follows retired U.S. Marine LouAnne Johnson teaching in an impoverished area where most of her students are black and Latino. She communicated with them in extraordinary ways and was a hit on TV, although critics thought it was below average.

Poetic Justice (1993) – RT: 34% / IMDb: 6.1

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The movie pairs him with another of Janet Jackson’s musical icons, and they’re great together. The story sees them go on a road trip after the death of Jackson’s character’s boyfriend. Like many others criticized here, at least the acting was praised, which may explain why fans love it so much.

Basketball Diary (1995) – RT: 47%/IMDb: 7.3

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Not everyone knows it, but Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Wahlberg worked together long before winning Best Picture. Dead† Over a decade ago, they appeared in Basketball Diary

Although the title doesn’t make it clear, the film isn’t really about sports, it’s more about a gambler (DiCaprio) who develops a heroin addiction. Critics say the film’s message is mixed, but again, the performance is more than a hindrance to the audience.

John Q (2002) – RT: 23%/IMDb: 7.1

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It’s hard to find someone who isn’t totally impressed John Q. But apparently the critics are not. The 2002 film tells the story of a father who rushes into the hospital for a life-saving transplant for his son because it’s not covered by insurance.

While critics criticized the film’s message for being overly exaggerated, audiences loved it. They were associated with the struggle with the health system and shared their father’s desperation. Having Denzel Washington at the helm certainly helps.

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10 ‘Rotten’ Drama Movies With High IMDb Ratings

The true story of the kidnapping and murder of teenager Nicholas Markowitz is a pretty famous tale and it became known to more people when it was the subject of 2006’s Alpha Dog. The film depicts the final few days of his life (he was renamed Zack Mazursky for this adaptation) and how he actually bonded with his captors for a bit.
The heartbreaking movie is boosted by a strong cast including Anton Yelchin, Emile Hirsch, Olivia Wilde, Ben Foster, and more. Critics were mixed on most aspects outside of the acting, though audiences found it to be better than average all around.
Hot Summer Nights (2017) – RT: 44%/IMDb: 6.3
Stream On Kanopy & Showtime

There’s no doubt that Timothée Chalamet is one of the hottest rising stars in Hollywood. He broke out in Call Me By Your Name and now leads an epic sci-fi franchise in Dune, which is just the tip of the iceberg for him.
However, a lesser-known work of his is Hot Summer Nights, where he plays Danny Middleton, a teen who gets caught up in the world of drugs in 1991. Critics praised the acting and visual style but said the story was uninspired. Those who saw it seemed to appreciate it more and gave it a solid IMDb rating.
Cruel Intentions (1999) – RT: 54%/IMDb: 6.8
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There are some films that completely capture their era and Cruel Intentions is one of those. The iconic teen drama focuses on a harrowing bet made by two wealthy step-siblings to get the brother to take the virginity of the school’s newest student.
Everything from the soundtrack to the performances by Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe, and Reese Witherspoon have become the stuff of legend over the years. Although casual film watchers seem to love it, it only received mixed reviews.
Five Feet Apart (2019) – RT: 53%/IMDb: 7.2
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One of the more recent dramas to pull this off is Five Feet Apart, another story about teenagers. Instead of being scandalous though, this is more of a sad tale as it centers on two teens with cystic fibrosis who fall in love despite never being able to actually touch.
Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse carried this with fantastic chemistry and audiences were captivated by the sweet nature of it all. Critics felt that it was bogged down by clichés, though those are things that are done so often because they work with casual viewers.
Blow (2001) – RT: 55%/IMDb: 7.5
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Based on a 1993 book, Blow tells the story of cocaine smuggler George Jung. Johnny Depp was lauded for his performance as Jung though critics felt that was really the only thing that stood out. They seemed to say that it hit a lot of notes that had been done to death in Hollywood.
While some of that could be considered true, Blow remains as entertaining as ever two decades later. While it was a commercial flop at the time, the film remains one that people fondly remember and still check out from time to time.
Gangster Squad (2013) – RT: 31%/IMDb: 6.7
Stream On HBO Max & Max Go

The on-screen pairing of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling is one of the most impressive in history. They have been incredible together in La La Land and Crazy, Stupid, Love, though one of their films was met with a colder response from critics than the rest.
That came in the middle of those in Gangster Squad. The movie is a fictionalized account of a group of detectives who worked together to take down notorious criminal Mickey Cohen. The cast and production were highlights though the writing was panned. Still, audiences seemed to like most of it.
Dangerous Minds (1995) – RT: 31%/IMDb: 6.5
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Most people remember Dangerous Minds for Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise” being a massive hit off of the soundtrack. A closer look would remind folks that there is actually an engaging plot in this emotional drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer.
Based on an autobiography, this film follows LouAnne Johnson, a retired U.S. Marine who takes a teaching job in a poverty-stricken area where most of her students are Black and Latino. She gets through to them in remarkable ways and it was a hit that spawned a TV show, even if critics found it below average.
Poetic Justice (1993) – RT: 34%/IMDb: 6.1
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Not enough people seem to talk about it but Tupac Shakur had an underrated acting career. While he was a standout in films like Above the Rim and Juice, it could be argued that his best work came in Poetic Justice.
The film paired him with another music icon in Janet Jackson and they were tremendous together. The story sees them bond on a road trip after the death of Jackson’s character’s boyfriend. Like many others to get panned here, the acting was at least praised, which is likely why fans like it so much.
The Basketball Diaries (1995) – RT: 47%/IMDb: 7.3
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It might not be known to everyone but Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Wahlberg actually worked together long before the Best Picture-winning The Departed. Over a decade prior, they appeared in The Basketball Diaries.
Though the title might not make it clear, the film isn’t really about sports and is more about a player (DiCaprio) who develops a heroin addiction. Critics said the message of the movie was muddled but again, the performances more than held it up for audiences.
John Q (2002) – RT: 23%/IMDb: 7.1
Stream On Tubi

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who isn’t completely moved by John Q but apparently, critics weren’t. The 2002 film tells the story of a father who holds up a hospital to make them do a life-saving transplant for his child since it isn’t covered by insurance.
While critics lambasted the film for being over-the-top with its message, audiences loved it. They related to the struggles with the health care system and empathized with the father’s desperation. Having Denzel Washington lead the film certainly helped.

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