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Netflix fans think most watched movie of 2024 'doesn't make any sense”

Netflix fans think most watched movie of 2024 'doesn't make any sense”

You've really been enjoying this movie, but do you understand it?

Netflix fans have catapulted Millie Bobby Brown's latest movie into the heady heights of being the streaming platform's most watched film of 2024.

Granted, there's a lot of time to go before we reach the end of the year but it's still a pretty good achievement to be out in front at this stage.

Released on 8 March, also known as this time last week, the film has racked up over 35 million views since then.

This is Damsel, which stars Brown as a princess who is meant to be married off to the prince of another kingdom - only it's all a trap and instead she's got to survive being attacked by a dragon.

A lot of other stuff happens but that's the general premise of the movie, which has clearly found plenty of fans on Netflix.

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Some of them have liked the film so much that they've already watched it multiple times within a week.

A few have even said that the film's ending is what Game of Thrones ought to have been - though discussing that ending is cracking open a whole other can of worms.

Anyhow, one of the other responses to Damsel has been confusion as some people had a bit of a bone to pick with some of the stuff that happens near the end.

It's at this point that you should probably duck out if you want to avoid spoilers for Damsel.

Millie Bobby Brown in Damsel.

Okie dokie, some of the response to Netflix's most watched movie of 2024 is that it 'makes no sense', with one viewer saying: "Love Millie, but that movie, Damsel, makes no sense. How can you tell me a dragon was burnt?

Someone else said the plot 'relies too much on luck', while another declared there was 'no way AI didn’t write the script'.

Lots of others were practically shouting at their TV's for Elodie (Brown's character) to stop making so much darn noise in the dragon's lair otherwise 'the dragon is gonna hear you', with one person asking: "Why is she she so NOISY?"

However, if you can get over that and enjoy a fantasy movie where it's the princess who gets to fight the dragon, then it sounds like there's plenty to like about Damsel.

Lots had kind words to say about Angela Basset's and Brown's performance in the movie, however, and if millions of people are watching and re-watching the movie then it must be doing something right, and Millie Bobby Brown seems to be on something of a roll with Netflix.

Damsel is available to stream now on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV and Film, Millie Bobby Brown