Movie Preview: An All-Star Apocalyptic comedy from Adam McKay — “Don’t Look Up”

Leo and Meryl, Jonah and oh-so-many others star in this doomsday farce about real doomsday coming in a time of so much angst and worry over the things that may not kill us if something new comes up.

“Don’t Look Up” looks like it could go either way, an “Anchorman” giggle on the dumbbell side (Leo and Meryl don’t usually do those) from the guy who seemed to change his ambitions with his smartest picture, “The Big Short.” “Vice” came next.

“Don’t Look Up” arrives Dec. 24, in theaters and on Netflix.

About Roger Moore

Movie Critic, formerly with McClatchy-Tribune News Service, Orlando Sentinel, published in Spin Magazine, The World and now published here, Orlando Magazine, Autoweek Magazine
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2 Responses to Movie Preview: An All-Star Apocalyptic comedy from Adam McKay — “Don’t Look Up”

  1. Mo says:

    Looking forward to this one, Roger, thank you for sharing the trailer. Though I must say that while I agree “The Big Short” was McKay’s smartest movie, it was not his last movie as you mention. His last movie was “Vice”

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