Tyler Quill’s review published on Letterboxd:
“Sting farted right in front of me, didn’t break eye contact, and didn’t even say excuse me.”
Don’t Look Up is a well made slow burn keeping your attention from start to finish. The biggest appeal of this film is the star-studded cast, which doesn’t disappoint, although in exchange, there isn’t exactly a standout performance. The sprinkle of humor throughout this drama is traditional Adam McKay, and it works for the most part. This will be an extremely devicive movie, because of the way it faces both politics and science head-on. At the end of the day, it’s a natural disaster movie that was made to entertain. It does it’s job keeping you both entertained, and intrigued till the end.