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Don’t Look Up (Adam McKay)

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    Beh autore in quanto si è scritto da sé le sceneggiature, da solo o in collaborazione, anche quando sfornava farse.
    Non credo che basti quello a qualificare un autore, ma se sì allora Stephen Sommers è appena stato promosso.
    Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter.

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    • Certo. Ma lui non è imho un autore geniale, anche se La mummia me lo ricordo come una cazzatona divertente.

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      • Ci crediamo?
        Critica entusiasta, sicuro plurinominato agli Oscar, Streep e sceneggiatura da Oscar.



        Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up” test-screened around a dozen times this year. That is unheard of. It’s not that Netflix had doubts about the film, a political satire about global warming, no, rather the reactions at these screenings wereuniversally positive. Audiences will probably dig “Don’t Look Up,” but will critics?

        McKay’s film has started screening for a select few these last few days.

        Critics were mostly positive on “The Big Short,” but reviews were mixed for McKay’s rather excellent Dick Cheney smackdown “Vice.” That film seemed to have the bad omen of being released during the Trump years when Cheney’s evil-doing took a backseat and all of the attention was zeroed in on the mean-tweeting 45th President.

        “Don’t Look Up” comes to us as the trailers and clips that have been released from Netflix were not very well-liked. It has been deemed McKay’s return to comedy. It’s the story of two low-level astronomers (played by Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio) who must go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching asteroid that will destroy Earth.

        A poster on the AwardsWorthy forums posted this yesterday:

        “This just screened to a group of critics here and... I wasn't ready for this but... They're raving it like crazy. Like, they're thinking this will get around 10 nods and win many of them. It has much more VFX than I expected. The original song is not an end-titles one but marks one of the funniest scenes, Streep can win her 4th, Original Screenplay win may be a lock, SAG Ensemble is in the bag, this is Leo's best ever, the film's insanely funny kinda raving I'm talking about. I don't know what to think right now.”

        “Don’t Look Up” is set to premiere on Netflix December 10th, 2021.
        https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/202...lpzslgt97inghv
        Ultima modifica di mr.fred; 26 ottobre 21, 11:03.

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        • Siete troppo scettici verso McKay. I suoi due ultimi film sono ottimi e non credo che Di Caprio abbia accettato così a cuor leggero, essendo ormai uno assai selettivo. Quella clip postata poco tempo fa non piacque neanche me, però tendenzialmente resto fiducioso, non credo che sarà una ciofeca.
          https://www.amazon.it/dp/B08P3JTVJC/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_it_IT=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=mau rizio+nichetti+libri&qid=1606644608&sr=8-1 Il mio saggio sul cinema di Maurizio Nichetti.

          "Un Cinema che non pretende, semplicemente è" cit. Roy.E.Disney

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          • Un Adam McKay al cubo?
            Croce e delizia di ammiratori e detrattori.



            Ovviamente se il film si rivelasse un trionfo di pubblico e critica nonché un reale forte contendente agli Oscar ne sarei più che felice per Jenniferotta.
            Una commedia satirica ha mai vinto Best Picture?
            Sarà la volta buona per Netflix?



            Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up” test-screened to more positive notices the other day, with a reader signalling Mark Rylance as a particular standout.

            What we know about “Don’t Look Up,” (12.10.21) his upcoming return to comedy, is that it’s the story of two low-level astronomers who must go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching asteroid that will destroy Earth.

            It sounds politically-charged and it probably will be. Just look at what McKay told Rolling Stone earlier in the year, describing his film as being about “a global catastrophe and a bumbling U.S. President who refuses to listen to his White House scientists advice”.

            A reader who saw the film at a recent test screening in June told me that it was a global warming satire with a lot of the same meta-editing McKay brought to his last two films (“The Big Short” “Vice”). This person also mentioned Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Rylance (playing a Bill Gates/Warren Buffet-type) as the most likely to receive awards attention.

            Meanwhile, Jennifer Lawrence’s lead scientist isn’t much of a chewy role for the actress as she is mostly used as a narrative device for the audience. Timothee Chalamet, and Cate Blanchett have limited supporting roles. The version that was screened runs a whopping 2 hours and 35 minutes in length and is said to be very “Brecht-ian.”

            The film garnered glowing reactions from those I’ve spoken to. Another L.A. test screening came the following week with the audience, supposedly, giving the film an ovation as the credits rolled. The words “crowdpleaser” keeps creeping in with these reactions. So does the word “Oscar.” At this point, based on the overwhelmingly positive receptions it’s been getting, it would be silly to bet against “Don’t Look Up” getting a bunch of Oscar nominations.
            https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/202...j8lixregitf7vj

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            • A me ste "first reaction" fanno rabbrividire, le trovo un'americanata insopportabile. Indipendentemente dal film puoi fare copia e incolla e sono sempre le stesse parole

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              • Si mette male.



                https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/202...3pv0sqgsrl95hg

                Next up is Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up,” which has been screening all over the place these last few weeks (to mostly positive notices):

                “Yeah, it’s horrendous. I had the feeling that was gonna be a huge embarrassment for all concerned. I still can’t get over how bad it is. It makes Vice look like a masterpiece in comparison. What the hell was Leo doing in this? J-Law basically does nothing, she just stands there looking all emo .. You have to think Netflix knows it's a disaster. Other than an interview with Meryl Streep in their "Queue" magazine I've seen no real marketing for it. I have to think they are going to quietly drop it some time over the holidays. Can you imagine? That is a hall-of-fame fiasco. I liked Streep in it. The smoking in the Oval Office. I felt like there was an interesting character to be had there, Suze Orman meets Sarah Palin, but they didn't fill it in. WHY does this movie have Jen, Leo, Meryl, Cate Blanchett, Mark Fucking Rylance, Chalamet, etc etc etc? The only thing I liked in the picture was Jonah Hill. I thought his Don Jr-isms were hilarious.I dunno, I have this feeling it's going to be a huge bomb.”

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                • questa descrizione del film è perfettamente in linea con quello che sappiamo e abbiamo visto

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                  • Si però dice anche che è orrendo. E a quanto si legge da altre parti le reazioni sono state l'opposto.

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                    • Una cosa vera la dice: quasi non c'è marketing, sta uscendo il nuovo film di Leonardo Di Caprio e sembra non interessare a nessuno.

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                      • Attento com’è a scegliersi i film “giusti”, se tanto mi dà tanto penso che Netflix sarà entrato nella sua lista nera.

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                          • è proprio un film comico demenziale, ed è a dir poco clamoroso che dicaprio abbia accettato di farlo, comunque può essere divertente, hill è il migliore nel trailer, ma chi parla di oscar va rinchiuso

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                            • Questo trailer è già meglio delle cose viste in precedenza, quanto meno è montato con una logica. Devo dire che non mi dispiace
                              https://www.amazon.it/dp/B08P3JTVJC/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_it_IT=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=mau rizio+nichetti+libri&qid=1606644608&sr=8-1 Il mio saggio sul cinema di Maurizio Nichetti.

                              "Un Cinema che non pretende, semplicemente è" cit. Roy.E.Disney

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                              • Molto bello, se fosse un film della saga di Scary Movie con Anna Faris al posto della Lawrence. Non so cosa aspettarmi sinceramente sicuramente non lo vedrò a Natale

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