“Cha Cha Real Smooth,” director and actor Cooper Raiff’s second film to receive rave reviews after its premiere at the 2022 fantasy Sundance Film Festival, has been criticized by Apple Original Films, critics. Revealed to TheWrap.
The movie will now stream globally on Apple TV+. Terms of the deal have not been made public, but according to Variety, the first place to report the sale, it’s worth almost 15 million dollars. Content Endeavor brokered the sale.
Raiff plays a recent college graduate who is living at home and in a relationship with a single mother while getting to know her life. The film also stars Dakota Johnson, Leslie Mann, Brad Garrett, Vanessa Burghardt, Raul Castillo and Evan Assante.
In his review of film for TheWrap, Carlos Aguilar said: “To avoid a catastrophic decline, Raiff’s ‘Cha Char Real Smooth’ can say that the very interesting ‘Cha Char Real Smooth’ is the kind of sincere business that can easily be ruined with contrived plot twists or rosy simple plot points, but here it sings with a wonderful candlelight and an irresistibly dramatic rhythm that makes it irresistibly powerful. “
https://www.thewrap.com/sundance-charmer-cha-cha-real-smooth-picked-up-by-apple-in-15-million-deal/ ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ was chosen by Apple