‘Don’t Look Up’: Satire, Tragedy, And Casting Coup Of Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio …

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Adam McKay brilliantly proves that ignorance is much from bliss. In actual fact, it goes to date to replicate a twisted dedication to easily look away from the disastrous results our planet faces if world warming is casually pushed apart. After all, the screenplay is bearable because of the satirical undertones that inject vital levity. ‘Don’t Look Up’ echoes the real-life local weather disaster that continues to be snubbed by politicians and frivolous billionaires who've the means to manifest optimistic change. It captures the essence of nonfictional anxiety and is the right metaphor for world warming by the eyes of political mayhem. The movie premiered in theaters on December tenth, and it's every thing we may hope for when a meteor bathe of stars collides to seize the selective ignorance of our present social local weather.

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