DUNE Trailer (2021)

Official Dune Movie Trailer 2021 | Subscribe ➤ http://abo.yt/ki | Timothée Chalamet Movie Trailer | Release: 1 Oct 2021 | More https://KinoCheck.com/film/af1/dune-2021
A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence – a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential – only those who can conquer their fear will survive.

Dune (2021) is the new science fiction movie starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Stellan Skarsgård.

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  1. rabbit 1111 Bak Bak
    rabbit 1111 Bak Bak says:

    Dune review. The great cinematic cultural phenomenon of our time. Dune is a deep literary universe with the volume of an intergalactic space opera. Of the 20th century, 40 years before the Star Wars, the Matrix, a deadly mission, and countless other movies and books that dealt with the danger of artificial intelligence: In a deadly mission known as Skynet the computer responsible for atomic bombs and destroyed part of humanity Of the digital age and of course Star Wars with the Jedi chatter and power.

    Dune contained all these ideas and many others like colonialism split between different factions and thinking agendas and even advanced feminism and forces of deviant spiritual awakening in a particular style of Islam and Buddhism.

    In the computer book they were all taken out of use after they also took over the galaxy and a war broke out between humanity and the royal intelligence.

    It is important for me to write the background to the book / film because there is a certain problem with the current adaptation of the book. As mentioned, the current adaptation to the book / film is very problematic. There will generally be a trilogy or two movies

    Because of the economic disaster of the film industry it was finally decided to have one film in the meantime. ) Will it cover the investment of 160 million? In addition to the previous film by director Danny Willenb – of course the most suitable director in the world for the film.Blade Runner 2049 was an economic disaster and a cinematic marvel in its beauty The problem is that it was too personal But most of us have long since forgotten. But Blade Runner and Dune are not his only films … Danny Willenb is one of the best directors in the world today. Blade Runner and Dune are his films known to the public. There are his early films less good his style is usually dealing with a character whose comfortable life is about to go through an emotional and chaotic upheaval suddenly a complete change in everything the character knew about the world and a cinematic change for the individual in the face of mighty and evil forces.

    This is true from a screenplay point of view but cinematically and zealotically and audibly he is a master at building a world with a tremendous vision of incredible beauty and awfulness and beyond the individual's confrontation with this world and his helplessness against forces stronger than him. Ryan Gosling in Blade Runner and most importantly Amy Adams in the encounter of the dune-like film most in all respects in the idea of ​​changing consciousness, the human through time and language (the encounter) and cinematic expression

    Visual sound, for changing consciousness through adolescence and the drug (dune) for a pulsating visual sound experience.

    It should also be noted that Dune underwent a defamatory cinematic reincarnation from 1984 directed by David Lynch which I loved very much precisely because of the hallucinatory mystical atmosphere and full of spiritual philosophical reflections.But considered a total failure by critics and audiences at the time.

    The current incarnation of Dune is part 1, so it is written straight at the beginning, without knowing yet if as mentioned there will be part 2. Work done on the film in terms of plot is to concentrate on Paul Atreides, the main character in the book. The book, as mentioned, is too big even for 6 hours of screen time so it was decided to take key parts in Paul's story and lean on it while the whole vast space of the literary plot was expressed in the film through the visual means.

    And the result is just pulsating really I have not seen an amazing rich world yet intimate and beautiful and also humble and monastic since Lord of the Rings and Blade Runner and in a sense Danny Willenb is for Dune what Peter Jackson was for Lord of the Rings by the way very talented director who took an impossible book and turned it into a film adaptation with Spectacular visual experience Amazing soundtrack (Hans Zimmer composed for both adaptations) As mentioned, an impressive soundtrack and arouses a desire to swallow the world of Dune. I sat in the cinema about 15 times A real out-of-body experience. It's a perfect accuracy of the spirit of the book with all the bizarreness and creatures that inhabit it. A perfect masterpiece considering that it's just a small taste of what else there will be. But as mentioned George Lucas the director of Star Wars stole all the ideas for his silly movies after reading Dune and given the circumstances I already wrote at the beginning I understand that a more commercialized film was needed. It is also important to note the excellent work of the transitions between the various factions A bridge from the ancient order of women that Paul Atreides Jessica's mother is a nun who belongs to and taught Paul to use ‘voice’ ability to control another person through the sound of a voice that causes him to lose his free will (the original version of Power in Star Wars, George Lucas A sand thief has been a mother Rati?) The enemies of the evil Atrades Harkonen, the Ferman inhabitants of Dune and Maayan Bedouin version Desert warriors who believe that the day will come and the Messiah will come

    Mystical forces awaken in Paul Atreides that he reaches for the planet Dune the locals call him Messiah in the language of the prophecy of the Order of the Bridge Girls who hung there begins to work? Paul experiences his mother's awakening and he wonders if this is true and is he really the Messiah of the leap? The Quiz Cadrac? Or does anyone even pull the strings and plant beliefs among locals for his own needs? In addition Paul dreams prophetic dreams on a dune but they are not clear.

    It should also be noted that Dune is a novel and Paul's dreams of a beautiful blue-eyed Framan girl is the heart of the book. Also in a fantastic adolescence novel by nature, a spring spring of a teenager who just came to save the galaxy and fall in love with a beautiful girl from another planet.

    In summary Dune is an experience with transcendental emotions The best cinematic adaptation of a great book since The Lord of the Rings is a thriving cinematic and emotional experience with some truly amazing passages it is just fun and draws you into its world without a single boring moment.

    An adaptation that succeeds against all odds to be both faithful to the source and commercialized properly and unique to the super vision of this great director. Not to be missed by all lovers of pure artistic science fiction and just for those looking for an exciting experience. Score 9.3 / 10

  2. René
    René says:

    honestly i'm not a big fan of 'epic trailer ver. of pop song for trailer music' but doing a pink floyd song for the trailer was such a nice nod to jodorowsky's unfinished dune

  3. Xo_amber 133
    Xo_amber 133 says:

    This film sports a distinctly Arabic theme, in keeping with author Frank Herbert having used Islamic culture as an influence for his story.

    Composer Hans Zimmer is a big fan of the novel Dune, and turned down working with frequent collaborator Christopher Nolan on Tenet (2020) to score this film. For the same reason, Denis Villeneuve was the top choice but turned down the offer to direct the Bond film No Time to Die (2021).

    In Dune (1984), all the Harkonnen were depicted as red-haired. In this movie they are all depicted as bald.

    Rebecca Ferguson plays the mother of Timothée Chalamet despite being only 12 years older than him.

    Actor Timothée Chalamet was 23 when he played Paul Atreides, two years younger than Kyle MacLachlan when he played the same role in Dune (1984). In the novel, Paul was 15 years old.

    Denis Villeneuve has revisited Dune (1984) and continued Blade Runner (1982). Sean Young played the main character's love interest in both films back in the 80s.

    The film's clothing is based on Dune (1984): the Harkonnen soldiers wear bulky green armor, the Atreides workers wear black uniforms with high collars and kepi caps, and the Sardaukar wear full pressure suits (while in the book they wore regular military uniforms and helmets).

    David Dastmalchian's third movie with director Denis Villeneuve, following Prisoners (2013) and Blade Runner 2049 (2017).

    The cast features one Oscar winner (Javier Bardem) and three Oscar nominees (Josh Brolin, Timothée Chalamet, and Charlotte Rampling).

  4. CRUSE
    CRUSE says:

    the trailer was so good the movie is such a bore and it sucks a lot there is no start and end of the movie and what is that story its really not Worth to watch if your a solo physco path you can watch I really hate and this lol

  5. Kylie Gordon
    Kylie Gordon says:

    There are many scenes in the David Lynch version that are much better than Denis' version. And many actors then who are better than the recent cast including Kyle. The only improvement really is the realisation that it shouldn't have been squashed into a single feature length

  6. Gainmaster
    Gainmaster says:

    This was such a let down, cinematically it is pretty good but thats expected with WB but storey wise it was poor enough, it was trying a bit too hard to be epic but didnt really get there unfortunetly. Definetly won't be a classic in years to come.


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