Netflix Reveals Least Realistic Part of Chris Hemsworth's Extraction
Netflix revealed the least realistic part of Chris Hemsworth’s new movie Extraction. There is no question that the Marvel star’s latest project has been a success for the streaming platform. Netflix decided to point out that his staggering body count in the film never mentions how handsome their nemesis is. To be fair, Hemsworth is in rip-roaring shape during the film, and audiences have been loving it. A bunch of factors are at play in the film’s success, but there’s no denying that the Thor actor and the Russo Brothers have a hit on their hands. No theaters mean that people are more reliant on streaming services like Netflix than ever.
Extraction was a big gamble for Netflix as they used to produce original films that were dramas or comedies. This is a big-budget spectacle and fronted by a household name in Chris Hemsworth with Marvel veterans the Russo Brothers producing it. That built-in fandom meant people were quick to check out the original film in the hours after its debut on the platform. All of this has led to what can only be considered a rousing success for Netflix. It would make sense to see them take a bit of a victory lap on social media after hitting it out of the park
The least believable part of Extraction is that at no point do any of the 183 people that Chris Hemsworth kills mention how ridiculously good looking he is…
— Netflix (@netflix) April 28, 2020
In the film, Tyler Rake (Hemsworth) is a fearless black market mercenary who embarks on the deadliest mission of his career when he’s enlisted to rescue the kidnapped son of an international crime lord.
Got their day made
Netflix, nothing would make me more happier to get a follow back from u, just see this tweet right now!
— Danny Worthington (@_Worthy_) April 28, 2020
The stans were out
Here comes the annoying AWAE stans
— Superman’s CGI mouth from Justice League (@nerdgeekman) April 28, 2020
— Reverent Bernfried (@BernfriedI) April 28, 2020
Less than impressed
The least believable part is despite having a worst possible plot this movie is getting a lot of attention.
— blame it on Nehru (@DeenOfHogwarts) April 28, 2020
Would you say he has looks that kill?
— Luis Rodriguez (@Nerdround) April 28, 2020
One way to look at it
They are honored to be killed by a male model.
— Fred Hasson (@slowtoast) April 30, 2020
Thank you sir
He should have received 183 thank yous
— andrew núñez (@andrew_nunez) April 28, 2020
I felt this
This movie was so over the top but i enjoyed it? I think? 😂
— KT 🤎 (@Clumzieeee) April 28, 2020
He doesn’t give them the chance 😆
— Mary Elizabeth Atuhaire (@lizbalinda) April 28, 2020
So true! I only watched the movie to see him – were there other actors? I didn’t notice.
— Kameron (@KBurtonWineO) April 28, 2020
Thor mixed with a little bit of John Wick! 😂🤣
— Tonya (@RankinTamila) April 28, 2020
People want more
you better make a sequel to the movie
— lol (@thickenjr) April 28, 2020
They were thinking it.
— David (@Dreams_on_Paper) April 28, 2020
You can finally rest
I was hoping somebody would post his kill count. I lost track.
— ComicFoil (@comicfoil) April 28, 2020
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