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Richland Chronicle 5/07/24
Richland Chronicle 5/07/24

‘Dune: Part Two’ is a love letter to modern cinema

Giant sand worms of the planet Arrakis chase Harkonnen soldiers in the Fremen attack against the duke in “Dune: Part Two.” (Photo/IMDB)

“Dune: Part Two,” is everything the audience has been asking for and what Hollywood has been failing to deliver. Denis Villeneuve, who directs and co-wrote the screenplay, plastered his name across the Hall of Fame of the greatest directors in cinema history. It is the perfect movie that delivers in every aspect from the sound to the visuals to the performance to the dialogue. This is something very few movies are able to achieve.

Timothée Chalamet, Austin Butler, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson and Javier Bardem each gave an Oscar-worthy performance. Most of the time, when people act in movies, you can’t help but see the actors. “Dune: Part Two,” however, is different.

I saw the characters instead. The way everyone embodied their characters was so astonishing. I couldn’t help but feel like they each deeply cared for the roles they were playing. The performance of each actor was nothing but beautiful.

The sound and the visualization of the movie was just immaculate. The story was so complex yet understandable. Every action Paul (Chalamet) took was believable and relatable. Every single character was just as complex and yet human in the way they interact and with a complex intrication of different people with different stories.
After stepping out of the theater, I had this overwhelming urge to talk to someone about it. This is what movies are supposed to be, a piece of media that connects us to ourselves. With the way “Dune: Part Two” is delivered, all I can say is that it’s a see-for-yourself experience. I advise everyone to go see this beautiful piece of motion picture artistry.

Grade: A

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