The Most Depressing Thing About Don’t Look Up (Isn’t What You Think)

To be fair, it’s a strong look.

Don’t Look Up, Adam McKay’s star-studded Netflix satire about scientists desperately (and unsuccessfully) attempting to warn a jaded and deeply compromised world about the imminent arrival of an extinction-level comet, has already garnered a veritable encyclopedia of hot takes. But as best as I can see, none of them have so far specifically been about what is the most…

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Australian writer, author, journalist, failed indie-rock star and bon vivant. Always doing things at https://www.patreon.com/andrewpstreet.

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