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Felicity Jones and George Clooney’s ‘The Midnight Sky’ Review: Read the Movie Complete in the Pandemic Era

The Midnight Sky is a Scientific film that came out during the pandemic 2020 creating a rhetorical plot. 

The film is directed by George Clooney which is based on the novel Good Morning, Midnight 2016 by Lily Brooks-Dalton. 

The story centralizes the presence of a scientist trying to alert off a returning spaceship in a global emergency in the Arctic. The film premiered on Netflix on December 23rd and theatrical release on 11th December. The flick getting mixed reviews for its visuals and score, while some talk that the film is analogous to other sci-fi movies.

The film got 54% of 154 reviews in Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 5.9 out of 10. 

People were so excited about George Clooney’s direction but later turning to be a setback to the audience. 

Felicity Jones and George Clooney's 'The Midnight Sky' Review: Read the Movie Complete in the Pandemic Era

What is the plot about?

The plot starts- Augustine Lofthouse stays in the Arctic for his work, where all the inhabitants are extinct. The film happens in the crucial period of our planet in 2049 where the earth has no time left due to the climate catastrophe.

 

Sudden a storm is hitting in his post, so he survives with the help of a mute girl- Iris. There he discovers a shuffle- Aether which brings them back to earth. The program led by a pregnant girl- Sully Rembshire and her crew who doesn’t have any idea of earth’s current situation. 

The Midnight Sky received a mixed review:

The film got its name for “Ambition and emotional tone” that indicating the earth’s problems in Global warming. The movie isn’t perfect- sounds amorphous plot that going slow and slow to the audiences. The dialogues seem so dull in the flick that makes audiences to fall asleep. 

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Apart from negative comments, the film also earning a positive side for its visuals which seems so real tot the audiences.

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