Dune – Movie Review

Chris Stuckmann critiques Dune, featuring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zendaya, David Dastmalchian, Chang Chen, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem. Directed by Denis Villeneuve.


  1. Chris you look like a bloated white mold

  2. Tonight I finally see this

  3. Zendaya is too ugly and “latino like” to be pleasant to watch! They should hire only beautiful actresses for leading roles!

  4. The sound design and sound track was stellar

  5. Swear to all that is holy, we don’t get a sequel, we riot. Also, HBO needs to go this as a serious TV show ala GOT. There is so much before Paul, after Dune with Paul, and after Paul that is intelligent and suspenseful. Literally GOT in space with houses, an emperor, and a central religion that is feared but keeps to the shadows in their dealings.

  6. Seems like their is a lot of kick back on streaming movies. They could definitely make streaming a viable option though. I love that I can now watch these new releases from my own home.

  7. HEAVY SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!!! i feel like im going to anger a lot of people but hear me out (btw ive never read the books). Dune was insanely well done, the sound was amazing, the acting too and so was the visual affects, however, it was very difficult for me as someone who hasnt read the books to understand what was happening. For example: who pauls mom really was and what “the voice” is and where exactly it comes from, also how pauls mom is so powerful and why?, the scene with the old lady was very confusing and didnt make sense to me at all, like who is this old lady? where does she come from? who does she work for? why does she have authority?, also who is the emporer? and where and what is the emperium?, so many questions left unanswered which i hope they do answer in the sequal if it is greenlit. Also a lot of the convo between characters was far too soft for my liking to the point i couldnt hear what they were saying, which is extremely frustrating considering we arent getting much backstory therefore the convos are very important. Just to add, pauls visions of zendayas character felt too much to the point where when the two characters actually met in the flesh it felt like they already had, completely removing that “OMG THEY ARE GOING TO MEET” feeling. I also felt little to no attachment to a lot of the characters, like when pauls dad died i felt nothing, even when duncan died i was like “wth… but ok” you know. And i know youre reading this comment like “this guy has no idea what hes talking about! he hasnt even read the books” which i get but if you are gonna make a movie of this scale and have it be to only the audiences who have read the books then…that is just poor writing and directing because not everyone has the time to read books that big just so they understand the film when they watch it. Some of us just wanna go to the movies, have a good time and talk about the film after, instead im seated here not completely understanding what i just watched but appreciating the work and effort put into making such a project.

  8. Forgot to give your review out of 5

  9. Thank you.

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