J. Abikzer’s review published on Letterboxd:
Adam McKay's portrait of modern american society is an exaggeration of honesty. Such
an extraordinarily infuriating film.
It's pretty heavy-handed with it's execution, but if anything, I'd say McKay's approach to writing the story is aimed at people who don't care enough to read between the lines, and that's exactly why his goal is clear:
Reach the individual. Provoke reflection.
I believe that some people -- doesn't matter how many -- will leave the theater with their head in shambles.
Don't Look Up is one of the most important films to come out in recent years, and I stand by that wholeheartedly.
Edit: If you think this film is solely aiming to bash and critique one side of the political spectrum, you missed out on the whole point!
Everyone attached fucking killed it.