‘Don’t Look Up’ sparks heated online conservations about climate change. John Iadarola and Brett Erlich break it down on The Damage Report.
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"“Don’t Look Up,” writer-director Adam McKay’s star-studded comedic film about climate change, is causing a stir. It’s trending at the top of Netflix, drawing sharp criticism, and has been generating heated debate on social media since its release on the streaming site last week.
McKay’s new movie, which comes after his uneven Dick Cheney biopic, “Vice,” centers on the quest of two scientists (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence) to persuade the world that a planet-killing comet is hurtling toward Earth, only to run up against a corrupt, self-interested political class, avaricious Silicon Valley billionaires who want to mine the comet for rare minerals and a media world addicted to frivolity."
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