New Chris Rock Top Five movie got mostly positive reviews from top critics. Paramount Pictures released their new Chris Rock comedy flick, “Top Five,” into theaters today, and the majority of the top movie critics really seemed to love this thing, giving it an overall 83 score out of a possible 100 score across 30 reviews at

The movie stars: Rosario Dawson, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Whoopi Goldberg, Tracy Morgan, Cedric the Entertainer, Sherri Shepherd, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Hart, Jerry Seinfeld, JB Smoove, Jay Pharoah, Anders Holm, and Michael Che. We’ve added blurbs from a few of the critics,below.

Manohla Dargis at The New York Times, gave it a perfect 100 score! He stated: “In setting Andre on his search for self, Mr. Rock has carved out a third way, in the process creating a black character who’s fully human and a comedy that’s wholly a blast.”

Betsy Sharkey from the Los Angeles Times, gave it another perfect 100, saying: “Top Five is fully loaded. The laughs are earned, the intelligence never disappears, all the performers shine. But Rock is the diamond — raw, rough and rare.”

Jordan Mintzer over at The Hollywood Reporter, gave it a 100 as well. He said: ” It’s like watching a first-rate standup routine transformed into fiction, or in this case auto-fiction, as Rock has more on his mind than just making us laugh, offering up a witty celebrity satire that doubles as a love story set during one long and eventful New York City day.”

Chris Nashawaty from Entertainment Weekly, gave it a great 91 score, stating: “As brilliantly funny as Chris Rock is, he’s never been able to replicate the high-voltage danger and electricity of his stand-up act on the big screen. But in his latest film, the sharply satirical Top Five, he not only makes a case for why he should be a bona fide movie star, he also proves he’s a writer-director to be reckoned with.”

Joe Morgenstern from the Wall Street Journal, gave it a 90 score. He stated: “The film feels freshly minted because the man who made it has such a lively mind and fearless style. At a time when all too many movies are selling bleakness and dysfunction, it also feels like a revenant from Hollywood’s golden age, when an entertainment’s highest function was to entertain.”

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