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Media Center>The new Dune 2 trailer may very well be the best trailer for a movie I've ever seen
Fat Elvis 09:08 PM 12-12-2023


I really liked the first installment, and the previous trailers for Dune 2 were good, but my jaw hit the floor watching this one....
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BWillie 10:45 AM 02-11-2024
Originally Posted by Graystoke:
This is gonna be good.
I recently re-watched part 1, followed by a reading of Dune again.
It had been 10 years since I read and you continually find new tidbit you missed before.
Looking forward to this.
I've never read Dune so Im scared to do so until the entire trilogy is over. I don't want to already know what happens like you guys.
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Gravedigger 08:41 AM 02-13-2024
My wife and I finally got around to watching it on Max, yes after all this time, very unique and interesting world he's built. Haven't read the books, only heard about the movie when I was a kid that my parents watched back in the day so never saw the original film adaptation, but I'm glad he's split it off into multiple movies like this, seems like a vast story with alot of details that need to be given time to breathe. Casting was spot on, really well done, score was great, effects were great, can't wait for March 1st.
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O.city 10:17 AM 02-20-2024
Getting reallllll pumped for this.

Hope they go in more detail on the different houses.
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dlphg9 11:34 AM 02-20-2024
I cannot fucking wait for this movie. God damn strikes deprived me of watching this movie already.
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Graystoke 12:48 PM 02-23-2024
Getting really good critic reviews. Get the popcorn ready.
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Frazod 02:04 PM 02-23-2024
It's definitely a critical darling. One of them called it the "Lawrence of Arabia of Science Fiction." Almost makes me nervous.

It opens Thursday. I plan to see a midday matinee the following week. No rush, I guess. I've known how it ends for over 40 years. :-)
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Graystoke 03:37 PM 02-23-2024
Originally Posted by Frazod:
It's definitely a critical darling. One of them called it the "Lawrence of Arabia of Science Fiction." Almost makes me nervous.

It opens Thursday. I plan to see a midday matinee the following week. No rush, I guess. I've known how it ends for over 40 years. :-)
Yes, I will wait for it to settle down a bit before I go. I don't go to theatres often and prefer my venue to be a little less crowded.
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BWillie 02:03 AM 02-26-2024
Have tickets for Friday Night in IMAX. Super excited
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Pepe Silvia 03:32 PM 02-26-2024
Originally Posted by BWillie:
Have tickets for Friday Night in IMAX. Super excited
Are you getting the Dune popcorn bucket?


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BWillie 07:12 PM 02-26-2024
Originally Posted by Pepe Silvia:
Are you getting the Dune popcorn bucket?

Undoubtedly
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staylor26 07:19 PM 02-26-2024
Just rewatched the original. Great movie, but so obvious that this sequel will be like The Dark Knight and The Empire Strikes Back.
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BWillie 07:42 PM 02-26-2024
Originally Posted by staylor26:
Just rewatched the original. Great movie, but so obvious that this sequel will be like The Dark Knight and The Empire Strikes Back.
The Dark Knight is the best Batman. At the very least was much better than Batman Begins.
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ThaVirus 09:44 PM 02-26-2024
Originally Posted by staylor26:
Just rewatched the original. Great movie, but so obvious that this sequel will be like The Dark Knight and The Empire Strikes Back.
Bigger and better?
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staylor26 11:40 PM 02-26-2024
Originally Posted by ThaVirus:
Bigger and better?
Precisely.
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dlphg9 02:14 AM 02-27-2024
The reviews coming out for this thing are the most hyped things I've ever seen lmao.

Joshua Mackey
Geeks of Color
Dune: Part Two is lightyears away from its predecessor, becoming a game changer for the science fiction genre. With powerful storytelling and a stronger cast, Dune: Part Two soars where most films dream of.

Josie MelÚndez
Screen Speck
In all likelihood, Dune: Part Two will be revered in film history for years to come – it manages to be unlike anything we’ve seen before, yet comfortably familiar at the same time

Brian Eggert
Deep Focus Review
Beyond tapping into the source material’s vast potential for emotion and sociopolitical commentary, [Villeneuve] applies a formal bravado and seriousness found in history’s most substantial works of science fiction.

Randy Myers
San Jose Mercury News
TOP CRITIC
It rivals 2015’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” as a staggering, monumental achievement in genre filmmaking and reminds us what truly talented movie directors can do

Katie Smith-Wong
Flick Feast
A feast for the eyes...Dune: Part Two's jaw-dropping epicness is enough to satisfy one's appetite for spice, cementing itself as one of the best sci-fi sequels of this century.

Razmig Bedirian
The National (UAE)
The film has the makings of a contemporary classic, with the only downside being that we’ll have to wait another few years to see how tensions unfold

I don't think I've seen a movie with such high praises from so many different critics. This has gotten me even more excited than I was before.
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