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Don’t Look Up (2021)


Two low-level astronomers must go on a giant media tour to warn humankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth.

Don’t Look Up (2021)

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80
Empire - Ian Freer
Don’t Look Up takes the pulse of contemporary life and finds it crazy, scary and, most of all, funny. It doesn’t all land but enough does to make it a sharp, bold, star-studded treat.
80
Screen Rant - Mae Abdulbaki
Don’t Look Up is a deeply unsettling yet darkly humorous watch. It has just the right amount of comedy and zeal without losing sight of its message or the tension bubbling beneath the surface.
75
Entertainment Weekly - Leah Greenblatt
Frankly, it's almost enough just to watch them all run around in states that range from manic panic to Zen serenity while McKay employs his usual coterie of meta tricks and treats. But it's hard not to long for the shrewder movie that might have been: Not just a kooky scattershot look, but a deeper truer gaze into the void.
70
Arizona Republic - Bill Goodykoontz
This is a stunningly accurate portrayal of our current climate. And it’s not pretty.
67
The Film Stage - Ethan Vestby
If it bears the fault of preaching to the choir’s anger more than offering real structural critique, one has to begrudgingly admire some qualities of his newest film, even as being annoyed for a good portion of the runtime is still expected.

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