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Don't Look Up / Initial release
December 5, 2021
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Dec 24, 2021 · Movie Info ; Director: Adam McKay ; Producer: Adam McKay, Kevin J. Messick ; Writer: Adam McKay, David Sirota ; Release Date (Theaters):. Dec 10, 2021 limited.

Release Date (Streaming): Dec 24, 2021
Release Date (Theaters): Dec 10, 2021 limited
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 2h 18m
Don't Look Up will begin streaming on Netflix on Friday, December 24, aka Christmas Eve. WHAT TIME WILL DON'T LOOK UP BE ON NETFLIX? DON'T LOOK UP RELEASE TIME:.
Posted: Dec 23, 2021
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Dec 27, 2021 · Details · Release date · December 24, 2021 (United States) · Country of origin. United States · Official site. Official Netflix · Language. English · Also known as.
Dec 25, 2021 · In a grand science fiction tradition, "Don't Look Up" uses a disaster-movie framework as a metaphor for a reality-based ... Review by Brian Lowry, CNN.
Dec 24, 2021 · A disastrous movie, Don't Look Up shows McKay as the most out of touch he's ever been with what is clever, or how to get his audience to care.

Directors: Adam McKay
Dec 24, 2021 · Don't Look Up is a blunt instrument in lieu of a sharp razor, and while McKay may believe that we're long past subtlety, it doesn't mean that one man's wake-up- ...
You can now stream "Don't Look Up" exclusively on Netflix. The movie initially debuted in theaters on December 10 and is still available to watch on the big ...
Duration: 2:46
Posted: Dec 24, 2021
The film was released in cinemas on 10th December and has received mixed ... If you haven't seen it yet, you can watch the trailer to Don't Look Up below.
Duration: 2:32
Posted: Dec 24, 2021
Dec 31, 2021 · Topping Netflix's Top 10 shows this holiday season was Adam McKay's new satirical film Don't Look Up. As an inspiring metaphor for climate change, Don't ...
Dec 23, 2021 · So McKay has made “Don't Look Up,” a very angry, deeply anguished comedy freak out about how we are blowing it, hurtling toward oblivion. He's sweetened the ...