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Dune: Part Two

Dune: Part Two

2024
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2h 46m
The mythic journey continues as Paul Atreides unites with the Fremen to seek revenge against those who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between love and the fate of the universe, he tries to prevent a dark future only he can foresee (imdb.com).
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Dune: Part Two

2024
Drama
Action
2h 46m
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Rated 08 Mar 2024
95
91st
Man, I can't wait till we get to the human/sandworm hybrids, the thousands of Duncan Idaho clones, the space dominatrix invaders, the genetically modified cat people, the chairs made of living dogs... wait, what's that? They're not adapting the later books in the series? Well, I guess that makes sense.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
45
32nd
A competent if self-serious genre film that drags whenever Javier Bardem isn't on-screen. If you want to make it more fun, try counting how often Chalamet strikes his dramatic warrior pose while some indigenous woman yodels on the soundtrack.
Rated 01 Mar 2024
92
98th
A cinematic extravaganza, nearly perfect example of it's genre at every aspect!.. I think it has already placed itself among the best sequels in history of cinema!
Rated 02 Mar 2024
97
95th
Oh come on… Am I supposed to pretend I didn’t just have the time of my life watching this? Villeneuve has done it again. I was completely immersed from beginning to end. The lore and worlds of Herbert’s book are the most fleshed out and lived in they’ve ever been, and I would argue the characters here are even better fleshed out than they were in the book. A technical triumph for sure, the sheer scope of everything is unmatched. I loved every second of this story. Cannot wait to see it again.
Rated 26 Feb 2024
93
98th
My only complaint is that I wish they spent more of the runtime developing the emotional plot points. Some moments are either unsatisfying or underdeveloped. Fortunately, the performances sell what the dialogue cannot.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
70
47th
A slight letdown after a brilliant first film. I think my main issue is that the pacing of this was exponentially faster than the first-- a lot of the gigantic cinematic moments just felt crammed together, and somewhat indigestible. There was a dark, brooding potency to the first film that feels taken for granted here. Maybe this will work better when viewed consecutively, as I still think its a visual marvel with an excellent narrative arc. Austin Butler's b/w intro scene is incredible.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
70
41st
Mixed feelings, mostly positive. There was a point in the third act where I suddenly realised the movie was nearly over and I felt some kind of disappointment. Which is good because the movie flew by and I was entertained, but it also felt a bit rushed and abrupt at the end. Finding it strangely difficult to pinpoint my actual feelings for this, probably needs another watch
Rated 01 Mar 2024
80
88th
This has everything one could possibly want: Stellan Skarsgård floating around using balloons, giant pokeballs falling from space, Rebecca Ferguson having a fetus as primary dialogue partner, and a bunch of young famous actors competing for who can chew more scenery; they all out-ham the veterans. Anyhow, really liked it.
Rated 16 Mar 2024
80
79th
Once again, the spectacle is everything: awe-inspiring vistas and staggering design pairing with stirring music and cinematography. But here, Villeneuve at last dabbles in storytelling - cleverly making exterior the internal conflicts of the novel. But beneath the film's grandeur and large-stroke genius, there is too-little attention to detail, exemplified by the four different ways "Feyd-Rautha" is pronounced the first four times we hear it.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
70
74th
Very good for what it is, and worth seeing at the cinema for the full experience. It's hard not to like a film that features all of Charlotte Rampling, Florence Pugh, and Léa Seydoux. And Austin Butler as Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen is downright terrifying. The use of colour/contrast by Villeneuve is impressive as it not only sets the mood but also sets up the narrative.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
90
93rd
Dune Part Two is a definitive monument to the genre created by a masterful director and creative force at the peak of his power. While being more accessible than the first in its narrative, it nonetheless shines in telling its story. I love the progression of Paul and Jessica as characters, as they tumble down the spire of religious zealotry and personal exceptionalism. This didn't overstay its welcome or feel anywhere near its runtime, and needless to say, but Part 3 cannot arrive soon enough.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
99
98th
Does what any masterful second act is meant to do by dropping our characters in absolute hell. What sets Dune: Part Two apart, what elevates it to the pantheon of sequels like Empire Strikes Back and The Dark Knight, is that it accomplishes this by flipping the formula upside-down. This follows well-worn beats we recognize, but the lens slowly shifts to dread. The breathtaking filmmaking is still on full blast, but in addition, the themes, politics, and world-building have densified.
Rated 01 Mar 2024
50
33rd
Slightly better than Part One, but still boring. Don’t really think it’s all that visually impressive, although the sequences that were in black and white stood out a bit more. The biggest problem I have with it honestly is I just don’t care about the characters or the outcome of the story. A good chunk of the movie was just groups of people walking through a desert, and it got tedious and dull. Some music and performances were fine, but the way this ends means they’ll probably be a third one.
Rated 29 Feb 2024
60
53rd
Gets lost in in its own beautiful desert. It could be Herbert straying into Jihadi antics, but more likely it's Villeneuve who seems incapable of sticking a landing. Uneven, rushed and meh.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
95
99th
Magnificent film. Most changes to the book were warranted or understandable. Worth experiencing in cinema. Villeneuve and crew proof that the Dune franchise is in very, very competent hands. I love the direction that they took. Awesome! I wish more blockbuster films were this well crafted and refreshing. I think it may be one of the best sequels in film history, ever.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
97
96th
Stellar. A slight improvement on the first which comes from it being a part two and less exposition heavy than any actual increase in quality. This is likely one of the best things I'll ever see in theaters from an immersion perspective, and I'll treasure it for a long time.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
66
64th
Might and power, impressively and exclusively, in character and direction. The last shot establishes Zendaya as the remaining moral center of this universe. The rest of this leaden, fascist chiaroscuro could now be shot into the stars.
Rated 07 Apr 2024
85
92nd
Even if i’m not over the moon with the storytelling of Dune, the execution in part 2 is an eclips of brilliant cinematic bombast that hit the right spot, where part 1 didn’t even come close. The direction is so inspired, propelling Herbert’s pretty mid material to the perfect kind of blockbuster with non stop bullseye lightning strikes of every type of artistic design. Insane world building. The black and white Harkonnen celebration scene was the highlight for me. I wanted to join the cheering!
Rated 04 Mar 2024
6
34th
Dune's world doesn't excite me. Everything about it feels as strangely lifeless and void as its desolate sandy landscapes. Narrative beats - when they finally do occur after an hour - are haphazardly crammed into the story for perfunctory reasons rather than emotional ones and the new standard for acting seems to be actors looking frowned whilst yelling their dialogue in childlike fashion. I wish Villeneuve would stick to small-scale films because that's where he really shines as a director.
Rated 08 Mar 2024
86
83rd
Bardem's Stilgar had great comedic timing. If any girl looked at me the way Chani looked at Paul my heart would melt. Feyd-Rautha got perfect psycho vibes. Honestly, this movie checked all the boxes I had as a fan of the book, the first installment, and Villeneuve as a director, yet I can't say why it didn't click quite as well as part one. Maybe I just was feeling its length or maybe its because the theater didn't have popcorn ready for the noon matinee. Theaters deserve to die at this point.
Rated 26 Feb 2024
80
86th
An incredibly solid follow-up to the first part and a well thought out adaptation of the book. And make no mistake: this is an adaptation, so some narrative choices may cause occasional distaste to Herbert purists. However, Villeneuve's film shows a clear understanding of the heart of Herbert's novel and he captures that heart beautifully here while still making a captivating blockbuster experience of epic scale.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
86
91st
The mood and pacing for the second part was rushed compared to the first one. Some scenes needed more time and space but there was no. You can discuss the amount of war going but it must be from the original. Again in the full IMAX experience. One more to go.
Rated 21 Mar 2024
82
87th
Some pacing issues detered from fully locking in but a pretty solid punch to the face all the same. Feyd-Rautha was excellent and Denis + co visualised the arena sequence beautifully. Often manages to make the book's imagery jump onto the screen so the adaptation is really quite something but still not completely sold on 'ol Timbo here. It's a tough performance and he really went for it at the very least. Bardem as Stilgar steals the show as the authentically charming and unsettling zealot.
Rated 23 Mar 2024
75
53rd
I don't love these movies and it's probably my fault. For as visual as Villeneuve is, I just get tired of the sand imagery, and I don't think that the Dune designs are especially interesting. The movie putters along well for most of it and does kick it up a notch at a certain point, almost making this an 80. Does have the trademark Villeneuvian dread and some great scenes, I just can't connect in a meaningful way.
Rated 04 Mar 2024
84
72nd
After my first viewing, I feel largely the same as I did about Part One - there is some coldness to it and the emotional material doesn’t hit quite as hard as it would under a different director, but there’s so much other great shit going on, especially with the visuals, that it still ends up a very very good movie. I think I prefer part one ever so slightly due to some awkward pacing in this one, especially around the middle, but its still sick and I really hope we get to see Messiah.
Rated 07 Mar 2024
73
88th
Dune: Part Two is a visual feast with excellent performances from the entire cast, but is not without its faults. It is a long film that is very well-paced but it leaves out the connective tissue between scenes making the plot jump from point to point. Part 1 was undeniably set-up, so I expected Part 2 to be payoff. It delivers to some extent, but the ending feels rushed and inconclusive and a bit unsatisfying. It's still a thoroughly enjoyable film.
Rated 01 Mar 2024
95
95th
Just an outstanding movie, even better than the first. This is not a 100 score movie, but it is better than Dune 1 and I rated that 95 as well.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
80
83rd
I enjoyed it, but it does feel like slightly odd pacing. It feels like everything is happening extremely slowly for most of the movie, and then when a few big moments happen, especially later on, there's no time for them to have impact, and they're over before you even blink.
Rated 04 Mar 2024
93
69th
Flawed; very good, not great. Gorgeous/perfect first half. Hollywood strikes again, eliding controversy. Ending re the book is frankly sloppy. Crux of the problem: focuses on a straight (White) Muslim masculinity at the expense of an Arab-Berber queer feminist structuralism. Shameful given the current political climate. If it somehow aids an anti-fascist pro-Palestine revolt, one may call it a success. Still, near perfect and given the vast scope of the books, if there's more, one can forgive.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
90
94th
Watching part one just before likely improves the experience. High expectations going into part two and it almost met them. Good, sustained soundtrack. Great visuals unsurprisingly. Something felt missing at the end, perhaps he wants you leaving more.
Rated 05 Mar 2024
93
97th
Denis, dont give the Casting Dr. the day off when you are selecting the Emperor. That said, this was a terrific movie, with some truly stand out moments. From the trailer, I was worried "2" was going to be a CGIfest but while a few scenes were pretty far fetched, Dune gets most CGI right in terms of jaw dropping power. Along with about 6 other scenes, the worm riding had me on the edge of my seat with a emotional lump in my throat; they were visions from my childhood, brilliantly brought to life
Rated 12 Apr 2024
63
42nd
I don't know how a movie with this many good looking people and cool set pieces manages to be an absolute snoozefest. Also, why no really tiny Anya Taylor-Joy shit talking the Baron and the Emperor? And no Sting in a metal speedo either!
Rated 01 Mar 2024
98
99th
Amazing! The hype is real! Holy war spreads across the cinemas
Rated 07 Mar 2024
95
96th
Favorite theater experience since Interstellar
Rated 02 Mar 2024
80
32nd
This was an incredibly disappointing sequel to such an epic first movie. Not really a big fan of any of the performances besides Butler and Skarsgård; both absolutely killed it. It kinda felt like an above average Star Wars meets Marvel movie, with stupid one liner jokes, predictability, and action just for the sake of it. It didn't really add much. Also, let's just copy and paste the endings, but make it a little closer so by the third one, we might think he could lose the end of movie dual
Rated 18 Apr 2024
80
88th
Dune 2 others as you would have them Dune 2 you.
Rated 10 Mar 2024
100
99th
not rushed, not rushed, very well developed story, im still in awe of the music and fleshed out story. acting is well done. there was 1 cringy moment when zendaya stormed out and then the music kicked off dramatically, then it felt like a teenager running out with a angry attitude. aside from that it was perfect the infared was awesome etc. only issue is make cgi people less obvious, looked like video game bots running around. make them slightly less obvious and each a tiny bit unique
Rated 23 Mar 2024
83
71st
The technical wizardry is on grand display here and the movie is masterfully made. I enjoyed it. But there's something missing in the narrative and character development that keeps me from connecting with the film as emotionally as I would hope. I liken it to listening to technical metal music; I respect it and enjoy it sometimes, but I'll always prefer something a little sloppier that makes me feel something. I like these Dune films... I just don't think I'll ever love them.
Rated 04 Mar 2024
3
27th
I have more or less the same problems with this one as with part one. Weak acting, poor line delivery, obnoxious blockbuster music and sound effects (and really repetitive too!), lackluster character development, weird pacing. Only part that kinda had me in awe was the worm-riding scene – that one kinda took my breath away. Otherwise, while not exactly being an insult to the source material, Villeneuve hasn't proven to be the messiah that can perfectly translate the book to film – far from it.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
67
26th
You must consoom
Rated 07 Mar 2024
80
86th
Okay, hear me out: Life of Brian… but in space.
Rated 03 Mar 2024
63
83rd
Not really my type of movie, but its visuals are stellar; genuinely striking. That black and white sequence is wonderful. The script... leaves a lot to be desired, and so does the dialogue (Yes, Denis, we can tell you'd rather your movies be silent!) but the performances were really good all across the board. It's a good film overall.
Rated 01 Apr 2024
8
80th
A whirlwind sci-fi epic, full of grand visions and incredible sounds of "the beauty and the horror" both inside and outside our many complex characters and the diverse cultural and religious landscape and pulsing plot of politics and control that they find themselves in. In this tumultuous world, Paul's arc from noble and knowable to mysterious and seemingly power-drunk is a fascinating one, but the change feels abrupt (Chani gives us someone to resonate with here). Awesome acting and action.
Rated 15 Mar 2024
8
87th
I complained about the first part being too much exposition without enough worldbuilding. Part two does not suffer from the same issues. It's a stunning movie, Villeneuve and Zimmer outdo themselves every single time. I'm still dumbfounded by the fremen being portrayed by non-arab actors when they already have so little representation in Hollywood. I'm glad we're going into Dune Messiah, it's a necessary end to the story arc, Herbert would have been proud of how well it's being done.
Rated 13 Apr 2024
80
70th
I liked the first one better. Too many changes, too much of Chani. Opening half feels clumsy and the closing one feels rushed.
Rated 01 Mar 2024
81
85th
A weirder and more wholly entertaining film than its predecessor (which I loved, but do feel that it fizzles out in its last third; something that certainly couldn't be said of this sequel). More time spent with the Fremens in the desert does inevitably mean that indulgences in weirdo future technology spectacle is a little fewer and further between, but when we do get it, Villeneuve reminds us how far ahead he is at this kind of thing compared to his contemporaries.
Rated 15 Apr 2024
60
60th
/c Cinema City Mall of Sofia.
Rated 04 Apr 2024
80
62nd
I enjoyed Dune: Part Two much more than the first one. I enjoyed how ill at ease I was for much of the movie. There was a lot more lore going on in this movie than in the last movie which was one of my biggest gripes. The other big gripe I had about the first movie was not remedied in this movie which is that it's just too damn long. I was able to forgive this one because it was chock full of action and storytelling. (I might bump my score up to 90 once I watch it again.)
Rated 20 Mar 2024
80
85th
Pretty good stuff. Great sound. The big machines are awesome.
Rated 05 Mar 2024
92
87th
One of the only knocks against is was Chalamet's performance which is dispelled in the 3rd act. The detail and mythology of the world is so thoroughly engrossing it makes the lurch towards religious despotism all the more unsettling. True to the directors preference, it is more about vibes than dialogue and some finer points of characterization are lost in the shifting sands of Arrakis
Rated 06 Mar 2024
86
90th
Visually incredible. Audioly incredible. Amazing world building, great performances. So many cool set pieces. Nothing bad to say really. Epic cinema experience.
Rated 05 Mar 2024
30
89th
i've always been a big fan of the blue gatorade.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
87
84th
audiovisual 94 acting 80 overall feeling 86 avg 87
Rated 30 Mar 2024
98
62nd
Dune: Part 2 is a cinematic masterpiece of our time. A movie that should be cherished for years to come, a huge step up from the first film, proof that Villeneuve can create the perfect sci-fi, and a film I will be revisiting many times. I highly recommend this beast.
Rated 19 Apr 2024
86
45th
Rated 04 Mar 2024
100
98th
Villeneuve is a much better filmmaker than Herbert was a writer.
Rated 20 Mar 2024
4
52nd
The loudest movie I’ve ever seen
Rated 24 Mar 2024
90
91st
10% of this movie is shots of timothee looking dreamy
Rated 24 Mar 2024
77
66th
Thought the Sardaukar homeworld scene in part one was setting them up for a bigger role here, but they only show up at the very end. Would have liked to see some ordinary life in Arakeen or a sietch, if even for a few seconds. I was about to run down to 'Spice Depot', for y'know, spice... Another Chain turn to camera to follow "this is just the beginning" in part one, now "it isn't over yet".
Rated 11 Mar 2024
95
89th
The characterization, the music, the effects, the composition. Something wonderful. In the second part, the script speeds up a little unnecessarily, but it will still be one of my favourite films.
Rated 20 Apr 2024
4
72nd
Rated 07 Apr 2024
60
32nd
lisan al gaib bizim eniştemiz lisan al gaib bizim eniştemiz lisan al gaib bizim eniştemiz
Rated 19 Apr 2024
47
64th
#24#, rw3, popcorn, prequel, director Villeneuve!
Rated 15 Mar 2024
85
79th
C
Rated 19 Apr 2024
7
66th
Rated 17 Apr 2024
91
87th
Rated 28 Mar 2024
64
86th
A fine adaptation of one of my favorite novels.
Rated 26 Feb 2024
100
99th
A fanastic part two that lived up to and exceeded my expectations. Bring on Messiah!
Rated 19 Apr 2024
80
71st
Rated 10 Mar 2024
78
95th
That rarity, an adaptation that improves on the original. Turning Chani into a Greek chorus and elevating her as a character brings out the tragic aspects of the story and Zendaya's forceful portrayal drives it home. Uniting story and spectacle, this is a space epic against which all others must be compared. It makes Star Wars and the MCU look like kid's cartoons, the Matrix a glorified Prada ad and the Lord of the Rings a high school play.
Rated 10 Mar 2024
100
85th
‘Dune Part Two’ immediately captures you with its stunning visuals. The early CGI scene involving a foetus and ‘the water of life’ is a masterstroke, despite lacking real human presence. Director Denis Villeneuve created a sequel that surpasses the already superior first part, making it consciously accessible even to newcomers to the film series and books. The performances are all well done, although Austin Butler’s portrayal of Feyd-Rautha falls short of the hype, although not bad at all.
Rated 09 Mar 2024
82
77th
Very similar to the first movie in both its strengths and weaknesses. Fantastic visuals, music and sound, but a story that feels like it's building and building and building and then just kind of leaves you hanging for the next part. To be fair, I do think there is a bit more resolution in this one, and Chalamet's character arc becomes more interesting, but I think I won't be able to properly rate these movies until I know the full story. I am definitely excited for Part 3 though.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
82
95th
Opinión personal: 8 Actores: 7.5 Guión: 8 Fotografía: 9.5 BSO: 9 Otros:8.75 Iluminación: FX:9 Director:8 Humor: Vestuario/caracterización: Ritmo:9 Total: 82
Rated 06 Apr 2024
80
80th
Paul Atreides: "I am Paul Muad'Dib Atreides, Duke of Arrakis. The Hand of God be my witness, I am the Voice from the Outer World! I will lead you to Paradise!"
Rated 17 Mar 2024
39
4th
Boring
Rated 10 Mar 2024
77
80th
A vastly superior adaption compared to Part One. That is partly due to the book itself being easier to slim down to film size in its second half, partly from the simplifications made in Part Two being much less irksome to a massive book fan such as myself. Chalamet also absolutely kills the transition from boy warrior trying to not start a galactic war, to a frightening cult leader/messianic conqueror who as he attains power seems less and less admirable.
Rated 17 Apr 2024
9
93rd
Rated 17 Mar 2024
85
76th
There is a secret glee imagining the normies (who haven't read the mind-melting sequels) not knowing what's about to hit them. They short-changed the world when Enders Game didn't following through...he's got so far with Dune, don't let us down now Villeneuve...
Rated 16 Mar 2024
91
94th
This should have been the new Game of Thrones for HBO, then all the intricacies of the Dune universe could be properly adopted. For a movie version though, this is the best adaptation that there can be. Amazing acting and visuals, editing a bit patchy at times but that doesn't change the fact that this is a breathtaking movie.
Rated 17 Mar 2024
95
83rd
An absolute masterpiece, and a movie worth seeing in theaters. Would be close to a perfect score if Christopher Walken weren't in it in such a world-breaking way
Rated 18 Apr 2024
72
74th
Rated 05 Apr 2024
74
63rd
you could get lost in the density of everything on screen in a good way but a lot of it lacks any flair that vibes in a way I like. There’s a lack of any humanity or vibrancy that epics I enjoy have. No shit it wouldn’t hold a candle to Griffith or Lean but I feel a kinship more to the Alexander’s of the world than this. A sort of self seriousness that needs to be attached to any sort of adaptation these days. Comics and sci fi are no longer pulpy. Money has replaced true invention.
Rated 02 Mar 2024
76
30th
Kinepolis bru imax Görsel, ilk film kadar etkileyici değil
Rated 10 Mar 2024
100
99th
masterpiece - akasya imax
Rated 13 Mar 2024
99
96th
Best film I’ve seen in a long time, absolutely incredible, better than Dune 1
Rated 03 Apr 2024
96
88th
Rated 08 Mar 2024
80
80th
Performances from the legends are still great. Chalomet and Zendaya still don't feel like a great fit for either of their parts. Better action in this one, but not as engaging overall as Part 1. Still 30-45 minutes too long.
Rated 18 Apr 2024
85
96th
Rated 19 Apr 2024
70
64th
Rated 25 Mar 2024
87
96th
Reading the books after Part One came out made me appreciate the story (here and Part One) a lot more. But with or without that, the story isn't what makes this exceptional. It's the insane world building and spectacle--sound design, production design, effects, and cinematography--that make this special. Comparing the worm riding scene to the 1984 version really puts into perspective how far we've come.
Rated 04 Mar 2024
100
99th
Flawless interplay of visuals, narrative, and sound. It will probably never get better than this.
Rated 19 Apr 2024
70
72nd
Rated 18 Apr 2024
80
75th
Rated 19 Apr 2024
70
67th
Rated 06 Mar 2024
55
15th
Not a good story telling, not a good built-up. Especially in the first half, the story was all over the place. Things were jumping from one to another without any background story. The second half was much better in that sense. I'm not a sci-fi/fantasy guy, but I still find LOTR or Star Wars impressive. With Dune, not so much. Good visuals, but this doesn't offer anything else to me. I also don't think Chalamet really fits into this role tbh. He just doesn’t have that charisma for this setup.
Rated 19 Apr 2024
95
97th
Rated 09 Mar 2024
97
96th
An epic worthy of the name. The consistently jaw-dropping cinematography kept me enthralled during all but a few scenes.
Rated 10 Mar 2024
85
94th
(spoilers) Cinema is back. Villeneuve pristine style doesn't disappoint. Paul speech in front of the fremens and Chani betrayed face will remain with me for a while. Flawless.
Rated 18 Apr 2024
80
70th
Rated 12 Mar 2024
10
99th
As someone who still has no prior knowledge of this material, Dune: Part Two excels in pushing its narrative into a cohesive direction. Where Part One leaves a lot of ambiguity to unfamiliar viewers, Part Two feels more like a bridge to its lore, than a movie itself. With that, its spectacle & set pieces feel that much more alive and enthralling within its context, and its ideologies are still so much bigger than we’ve seen yet on the big screen. One of the best sequels, in my opinion.

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