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Movie Review written by Jon Patch with 4 out of 4 Paws

Dune: Part Two

Warner Bros. Pictures and Entertainment, Legendary Entertainment and Villeneuve Films present a PG-13, 166-minute, Action, Adventure, Drama, directed by Denis Villeneuve, written by Villeneuve, Jon Spaihts and Frank Herbert with a theater release date nationwide on March 1, 2024.

First of all, if you haven’t seen the first one then watch it before seeing this one because then the first half of the movie will make more sense. The story be told in part two is the revenge of Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet) and his mother Jessica aka: Reverend Mother (Rebecca Ferguson) against the Emperor (Christopher Walken) for the death of his father. But Paul must also deal with the Baron (Stellan Skarsgard) and his sons Beast Rabban (Dave Bautista) and Feyd-Rautha (Austin Butler) all that hold a secret that Paul is not aware of until later in the story.

Stilgar (Javier Bardem) is the leader of the Fremen that live in the deserts utilizing the worms in the sand for their transportation. Chani (Zendaya) is also a fierce warrior that has feelings for Paul as he does for her as well. It is when Paul and his mother join the Fremen to take down the emperor and his men thar the Fremen start to believe he is the chosen one to lead them to freedom. But a mighty war does take place and many die but, in the end, we still await part three. Hopefully sooner than later!

The film is amazing. Like I said it can be a bit confusing in the first hour because of some of the repeat actors and some of the new ones as well. Yet even though I only remembered bits and pieces from the first one as the story continues it totally starts piecing the puzzle together to make a brilliant movie for the big screen in Dolby. The cinematography is absolutely amazing as is the direction and writing and not to forget the special effects.

There is a great cast in the film but Chalamet delivers a spectacular performance as does Zendaya, Ferguson, Brolin and Bautista. Bardem is especially superb as is Butler who I kept looking at him asking myself who the heck is that actor and even though he has a pretty face it worked great for his character of which knows how to pack a punch. A wonderful cast of supporting characters like Walken, Pugh, Rampling and others along with a lot of extras and this film is truly a must see even at almost three hours. As for animals in the film, not really, since the water supply is scarce but there are gigantic worms and a cute little mouse like creature that makes an appearance.

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