A post-apocalyptic thriller that was a brief Netflix sensation is looking for new support

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Netflix might be producing a massive amount of original movies to hit the viewership charts, but how many of them actually stick around for more than a few weeks, maybe a month or two? Not Black crabthat’s for sure.

You’ll be forgiven for forgetting that the post-apocalyptic action thriller even existed, even if it only premiered on the platform this past March. Like so many in-house exclusives before it, and inevitably many more to come, Noomi Rapace’s icy tale of Caroline has come and gone as she sets out on a trek across the frozen seas to transport a cargo bound for Securing the future of humanity is vitally collective consciousness in an instant.

Black crab

Despite becoming the number one Netflix film in 21 countries and reaching a top 10 position as part of the library in no fewer than 88 countries in its first weekend, Black crab has long since become a footnote in history. The mediocre response from critics and subscribers may have played a big part in this, but at least one intrepid Redditor is trying to rally new support.

The movie is okay for what it is, and allows Rapace to once again showcase her ass-kicking and dramatic credentials in another streaming star vehicle that follows the Netflix bedfellows Bright, What happened to Mondayand Closebut when acclaimed originals and mega-budget blockbusters are pushed aside in a short space of time, a mediocre Swedish genre flick doesn’t really stand a chance of longevity.

https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/a-post-apocalyptic-thriller-that-was-a-brief-netflix-sensation-before-being-forgotten-seeks-out-fresh-support/ A post-apocalyptic thriller that was a brief Netflix sensation is looking for new support

Lindsay Lowe

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