“Dune” captures the epic scale of the book while only telling half of the story

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Considering the scope of the material (which also resulted in 2000 miniseries), this is a completely logical approach, but still an important disclaimer, because anyone who sees what is marked as “Part One” should understand that, Complete satisfaction requires working on the second part, even if Warner Bros. Studios (such as CNN, part of Warner Media) have not fully taken this step yet.

As it is, Villeneuve (whose works include “Blade Runner 2049” and “Advent”) recruited a high-pressure actor to fight the story of Frank Herbert’s house with the young Paul Atred Si (played by Timothy Chalamet) appears as the heir of the savior towards the “great destiny”.

This budding battle puts the Atreides family against the ruthless forces of Harkonnen supervised by the eccentric baron (Strand Skarsgard) to control Arakis and its precious spices, which is the key to space travel .

Paul performs tasks with his father, the Duke (Oscar Isaac) and his mother, Mrs. Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson), who left him with another important role that will play an important role in his future. Innate rights. However, the fate of Arakis runs through its gray-haired resident Fremen, who suffered under the rule of Harkonnen, and it is understandable that they remain vigilant against outsiders.

Villeneuve worked with Jon Spatz and Eric Rose to adapt the adaptation, ranging from casting to epic, including ridiculous giant worms that churned beneath the surface and occasionally erupted in spectacular ways.

Timothée Chalamet starred in Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dunes.
Nonetheless, most of the film’s content is about Paul’s budding abilities and vision, including those involving members of Freeman (Zandaya, whose role has so far been mainly limited to those tulle images).

On the bright side, Chalamet captures Paul’s awakening process, and the warring factions, geopolitics, and betrayal that are usually lacking in early movies are clearly visible. Although Lynch’s vision was the most advanced at the time, the visual effects also reflect how far we have come in these decades.

However, while the promise to tell the story in a complete way may be inevitable, it can be annoying to sit in a 155-minute movie, which sometimes feels like an extension of a more powerful sequel coming soon Attraction, who knows when it will be released.

In short, this is a gamble, essentially presenting a limited series of narratives in one package—even with streaming options—calling for a screen larger than the screen in your living room. (For his part, Villeneuve wrote a column for Variety, enthusiastically arguing about the theatrical consumption of movies.)

In terms of her limited role, Zandaya is the most obvious victim of this preemptive strike, but other members of the actor-including Jason Momoa and Josh Blow, who have superhero (or villain) qualifications. Lin and Dave Bautista-got a modest screening time due to the huge nature of the story.

“Arakis has seen people like you come and go,” Freeman leader Steele (Javier Baden) told the Duke sharply when they met.

Many franchises like “Dune” have also come and gone. “Part One” represents an admirable effort to material justice, and its release coincides with several films that were postponed to October showing a gratifying life at the box office.

In other words, its future is as hazy as Paul’s vision. And it will not be the first expensive production full of impressive legacy, which will eventually disappear on the beach of time.

“Sand Dunes” premiered in American theaters and HBO Max on October 22. It is distributed by Warner Bros., just like CNN, a division of WarnerMedia.


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