Why watch this film?
In his first movie since the Oscar-winning 'Vice', director Adam McKay returns in 'Don't Look Up' without losing his acidic humor. The film, which is worthy of the filmmaker's return, has a star-studded cast - with Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet and Meryl Streep - and a story that fits perfectly with the Covid-19 pandemic, experienced from 2020 onwards. In the plot, two astronomers try to warn the population about a comet capable of destroying the Earth, but no one believes them. The production brings timely reflections on the course that humanity has taken and how it affects our lives, especially in relation to the destruction of nature. 'Don't Look Up' is a great social and political satire, hitting the right rhythm and balance between brilliant and depressing.
Two low-level astronomers, upon discovering that a meteor will strike the Earth in six months, go on a media tour to try to warn the world but find an unreceptive and unbelieving populace.
Where to watch?
Available at home