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The Problem With ‘Don’t Look Up’

I spent the whole movie rooting for the comet

The problem with Don’t Look Up is it flatters the audience it should be mocking. In writer-director Adam McKay’s star-studded Netflix political comedy, a pair of serious scientists discover a comet hurtling towards Earth. It will hit, and it will destroy the planet. No one believes them or cares until someone figures out how to make…




by John DeVore

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