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Netflix viewers all have the same complaint after watching its number one movie

Netflix viewers all have the same complaint after watching its number one movie

People have a lot of thoughts on the new Netflix movie

Netflix viewers are all saying the same thing after watching the platform's number one movie.

The film dropped on the streaming platform on 19 January, but viewers have been left questioning some aspects of the sci-fi over on social media.

Check out the trailer below:

The film is set in a dystopian London where the gap between rich and poor has been stretched to breaking point.

As social housing is being eliminated, pretty much all that remains is 'The Kitchen', where the local community leader is Ian Wright's character, a charismatic DJ called Lord Kitchener.

The Kitchen follows Izi (Top Boy's Kane Robinson) and 12-year-old Benji (Jedaiah Bannerman).

While Izi is planning to leave The Kitchen, he's confronted with some tough choices, especially after meeting Benji.

The film was co-written, co-directed and produced by Daniel Kaluuya, alongside Kibwe Tavares, Joe Murtagh and Daniel Emmerson.

The Kitchen follows the story of Izi and Benji, and weaves in themes of community, class, family and inequality.

While many have been watching the film expecting to see a sci-fi action movie, some have been left baffled over the plot and the message that The Kitchen is trying to convey.

Others have been grappling with the storyline and struggling to make much sense of it.

"I watched The Kitchen on Netflix and think it’s fair to say I’m confused," one viewer wrote.

While another said: "That movie the kitchen on Netflix had me confused lol."

Ian Wright starts as Lord Kitchener in The Kitchen.

And a third added: "I’m like 30 minutes into watching the kitchen on Netflix and I’m genuinely so confused as to what the hell is going on."

A fourth said: "Ngl The Kitchen on Netflix was the most pointless film ever how did it just end like that.

"It could have been so good if it had a properly storyline and ending."

One even said it 'had no storyline'.

"Just dramatic for nothing. Didn’t make sense." they continued to say.

"@netflix I just watched 'The Kitchen' and I'd like to make a formal complaint," said another.

Some said the film might have been better structured as a series instead. But others had the opposite view, with many praising the cast especially.

Daniel Kaluuya, Kane Robinson and Ian Wright together at the Closing Night Gala premiere of The Kitchen.
Karwai Tang/WireImage

"Kane Robinson slays as always in The Kitchen. Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares nailed it!" Said one.

Another added: "Have you watched the kitchen on netflix? if not throughly recommend it."

While it received an 'Audience Score' of 58 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, critics gave it an overwhelming 84 percent.

This could definitely be a 'love it or hate it' situation.

You can watch The Kitchen on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, Netflix