The 2021 Australian romantic comedy film directed through Josh Lawson, Long Story Short, is coming to Netflix within the United States in January 2022 as an SVOD debut. It’ll arrive on January 1st, 2022.
The Australian creator, director, and actor Josh Lawson is at the back of Long Story Short. He’s in all probability best possible recognized for showing in Mortal Kombat as Kano in addition to showing in Showtime’s House of Lies. On the director aspect, Lawson directed the award-winning film 2014 film, The Little Death.
Among the forged for the romantic comedy comprises Rafe Spall who’s maximum recognized for his roles in The Big Short, Life of Pi, or even starred within the Christmas episode of Black Mirror. Zahra Newman co-stars who’s in all probability best possible recognized for her ordinary function on Wentworth.
Here’s what you’ll be able to be expecting from the film:
“Teddy wakes up the morning after his wedding to discover that every few minutes he’s jumping forward to the next year of his life.”
The film counts as an SVOD debut for Netflix which means that is the primary time the film has been streaming as a part of a subscription. It has been to be had for VOD acquire or condominium since July 2021.
Should you watch Long Story Short on Netflix?
Reviews for the film are in the end combined to this point. It has a 50% on RottentTomatoes with the crucial consensus being: “Long Story Short‘s handful of clever touches aren’t enough to outweigh this romantic comedy’s repetitive and predictable story.”
Audience ratings have fared relatively higher with the film wearing a 61% on RT and a 6.5 on IMDb.
Long Story Short is one among 3 motion pictures Saban Films are bringing to Netflix US in January 2022. They’re additionally set to free up The Colony (sometimes called Tides) in addition to Zone 414.
The film has already premiered in different areas. In the United Kingdom, for example, the collection used to be launched as a Sky Original on September third.
For extra on what’s coming to Netflix within the United States, take a look at our complete preview for January 2022.