Who would have thought that if you put an unexpectedly killer AI into an American Girl doll, it could have some glitches and unexpected results? That, more or less, is the plot of M3GAN, about a roboticist who becomes the caretaker of his orphaned niece, and sees an opportunity. Things don’t go well.

M3GAN is directed by Gerard Johnstone (Housebound) and written by Akila Cooper (Malignant, The Nun 2). The film’s cast includes Ronny Chiang (Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings), Brian Jordan Alvarez (Will & Grace), Jen Van Epps (Cowboy Bebop), Lori Dungey (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring ) Included. ) and Stephane Garneau-Monten (straight ahead).

As of this writing, M3GAN has an overall score of 73 on Metacritic, Based on 19 critical reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a high 97% Based on 34 reviews. These scores will change as other outlets publish their takes, and since it’s not over yet no audience ratings are available.

Below, you’ll find a selection of the many M3GAN reviews that have already been published.

M3GAN

  • Written by Blood Cooper
  • Director: Gerard Johnstone
  • Starring: Allison Williams, Geena Davis, and Violet McGrath
  • Premiere date: January 6

Result – 91

“Cautionary tales about the perils of life in the Internet age can often feel heavy-handed and stiff, but M3GAN never feels like an extended Black Mirror episode. Its accessible themes aren’t oversaturated.” , thanks to the wit of the screenplay and Williams’ brilliant performance.” – Caddy Seager – [Full review]

Wrap – 90

“John Stone’s film achieves the same alchemical combination of heart, humor and mayhem that you rarely find in crossover classics like ‘Gremlins,’ making it more entertaining than most blockbusters.” ” – William Bibiani – [Full review]

Entertainment Weekly – 83

“The script’s witty jokes and absurdity, its wry acknowledgment of all the tropes that have gone before it, feel like an amusing tip to recent genre hits like Barbarian and Malignant.” – Leah Greenblatt – [Full review]

The Independent – 80

“Picture Mean Girls Queen B. Regina George if someone gave her a knife and a death wish. And she was an android.” – Clarice Loughrey – [Full review]

Vanity Fair – 70

“It’s funny in predictable ways and not, and there’s enough suspense–or something like suspense–to balance the audience’s eye twitches. The irony isn’t overdone, the doll is equal parts creepy and ossified. , and the human lead, Alison Williams, anchors things with an admirable commitment.” – Richard Lawson – [Full review]

IGN-70

“M3GAN proves itself to be more than a horror villain meme, though the film sometimes struggles to balance horror and comedy.” – Matt Donato – [Full review]

The Guardian – 60

“An amusingly dirty movie for the New Year.” – Peter Bradshaw – [Full review]

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