DuneWatch continues as Glenn & Scott review the newest Dune movie. They discuss what aspects of the story this movie emphasizes and what it leaves out all together, what it handles better than any previous adaptation and what it handles arguably even worse than the 1984 film. They evaluate the performances, the characterization, the production design, the color grading, and the relative importance of Duncan Idaho. Glenn has an estimate of when it might be safe to go back to movie theaters, while Scott has an update about his craw. Then they close the show by musing on the difficulties of reviewing half a movie and talking about what they’re looking forward to in Dune Part Two.
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The theme music used in this podcast is Discovery by Alexander Nakarada
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