#247, or #506 since I started counting, leaving now to go see 2020's "Druk," which in English is called "Another Round."
It's a movie about excessive alcohol consumption, which I don't typically care for, and I probably wouldn't just put it on at home without a reason? But if it's playing at the cinema...
🏜️ "Dune" (2021), story structure spoilers only
Probably the main issue with it as a film is it's aggressively a Part One, to the point that Timothée Chalamet's visions feel like a next-time trailer for a movie that is not, as far as I know, in production.
🏜️ "Dune" (2021)
I'd say the main difference -- besides obvious surface stuff -- between this and the 1984 "Dune" is where I felt like Lynch cared about Paul's story and not the world so much, Villeneuve clearly cares a lot about both Paul *and* the world.
Even if *I* can't picture what anyone in this world does on their downtime, the people making the movie probably can.
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