Adam Sandler’s Netflix Original Movies Ranked!

Adam Sandler’s Netflix movies have become super popular with audiences and we have a ranking of all the films so far!

Adam Sandler has broken his record on Rotten Tomatoes with his most recent Netflix movie, You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah. He’s had multiple Netflix original films that have already debuted and we’re sharing how they ranked!

9. The Ridiculous 6 (2015)

This Western movie follows six men who find out that they have the same father who is a robber and together they try to find him. The film did not receive a great response when released on Netflix in 2015. It received a 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 35% audience score. Metacritic had a similar response with an average score of 18 out of 100 which was based on 12 critics who reviewed the movie.

8. The Do-Over (2016)

The film centers on two men who get involved in a case of mistaken identities and from there, everything goes awry. On Rotten Tomatoes, the approval rating was 9% and the audience score was 42%. The Guardian reviewed the movie and said “Adam Sandler misfires in identify-theft yuk fest.” This was his second Netflix movie in a four-part deal he had.

7. The Week Of (2015)

This movie is about two fathers who conflict with each other but have to come together for the weekend to celebrate the wedding of their children. The movie had an approval rating of 26% on Rotton Tomatoes and an audience score of 34%. On IDMb, it received a 5.2 out of 10 based on the 24,000 people scoring it. Audiences found it to be hilarious with Chris Rock and Adam Sandler collaborating with each other.

6. Sandy Wexler (2015)

The film centers on a talent manager who is working in Los Angeles during the 90s. The Rotton Tomatoes score was 27% and the audience score was 39%. The critic consensus believes this is a “mild” improvement of Adam Sandler’s past movies. The Metascore on Metacritic was 40% based on 8 critic reviews.

5. Hubie Halloween (2020)

The film is about a good-willed delicatessen worker who needs to figure out a kidnapper’s identity, in order to save his town. IndieWire reviewed the movie and said it’s “The Adam Sandler Netflix Comedy America Needs Right Now.” The IDMb rating was a 5.2 out of 10 based on 55,000 responses. Families really enjoyed the movie especially since there were various former Disney Channel stars who made cameos in the movie.

4. Murder Mystery 2 (2023)

A sequel to Murder Mystery recently premiered following the same two main characters in the first movie. They try to figure out who kidnapped their friend in this international investigation. The movie received a 46% on Rotton Tomatoes and an audience score, of 46%. The Metacritic rating was 44% based on 29 critic reviews and a 5.0 out of 10 for the user’s score. This film dominated the top 10 of Netflix’s films after its premiere weekend.

3. Murder Mystery (2019)

The first Murder Mystery movie is about a married couple going to Europe for a relaxing vacation, but they accidentally get caught up in a murder investigation of an elderly billionaire. The Guardian’s review gave it three stars and said that “Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston buoy fun Netflix comedy.” The score was 44% and the audience score was a 45%. It was a popular movie on Netflix and when it premiered it led Adam Sandler to make four more movies for Netflix.

2. Hustle (2022)

The movie follows a basketball scout who finds an amazing streetball player in Spain, in hopes that this will lead him back to the NBA. The score on Rotten Tomatoes was pretty high as it became certified fresh with a 93% and an audience score of 93%. The New York Times put in a good review and they said, “Hustle, is a terrific crowd-pleaser about the N.B.A. draft.” Many viewers thought the movie was an inspiration for basketball and that many NBA fans would appreciate the storyline.

You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah (2023)

The film centers on two best friends who are about to have their bat mitzvahs, but things take a turn for the worse for their friendship when the most popular boy in middle school comes in between them. This movie stars Sandler’s own daughter, Sunny Sandler, and is now his highest-rated movie on Rotton Tomatoes. The rating for this film is certified fresh with 96%. On Metacritic, the Metascore is a 71% based on 20 critic reviews indicating generally favorable reviews. It’s a heartwarming and comedic movie for teens and adults alike.

You can stream all of these Adam Sandler movies now on Netflix!

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Jolee Levitin

Jolee Levitin is a senior at the University of Texas at Austin studying journalism and minoring in the media and entertainment industries. She is an intern with AfterBuzz TV and the Heal Squad. She loves anything Disney-related, binge-watching new TV shows, and going to see the newest Broadway shows in New York City.