Don’t look up, the new Netflix viral sensation you have to see now, to hate or love it

Don't look up, the new Netflix viral sensation you have to see now, to hate or love it

Don’t look up, it triumphs on Netflix, although the new viral film on the platform is one of those productions that either fascinate you, or you end up hating.

After a brief tour of movie theaters, Do not look up arrived on December 24 to the catalog of Netflix to warn us of the imminent arrival of an asteroid that would destroy the Earth.

It is the last of all the high-profile movies that Netflix has brought in 2021, such as Army of the Dead or Red Alert.

Adam McKay (The Reporter: The Legend of Ron Burgundy) directs this satire that has an all-star cast.

And it is that you do not look above is headed by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer LawrenceBut they are not by far the only stars that shine.

Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Rob Morgan, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi or Cate Blanchett complete this spectacular cast.

The story tells how two astronomers detect an asteroid the size of Mount Everest whose course will make it collide with Earth in a few months.

When they go to report to the authorities, these scientists meet the most inept politicians, and the most useless communicators.

Reporting the imminent destruction of the planet does not seem to be convenient, betting on the “idiotization” of society with trivial and absurd topics.

Christmas weekend has seen how Don’t look up, it was catapulted to number 1 of the most watched Netflix in Spain.

As a satire that it is, whose main theme (the meteorite) can be substituted for any current topic (virus, volcano, wars …), many have caught the not-so-subtle message left by the film.

However, Don’t Look Up is also amassing its share of naysayers, with people saying the movie “is a gimmick.”

Be that as it may, we recommend that you take a look at it on Netflix and judge for yourself if Don’t Look Up is an aberration or a genius, without forgetting, of course, our review of the film.

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