nami’s review published on Letterboxd:
Coming in with practically no knowledge about Dune, I think it was a pretty good introduction and world-building. They managed to get the key concepts across without “telling” too much or boring the audience to death. It looked expensive, from set design, quality to score.
Dune is really hard to not like when it looks this good, and I’m looking forward to the sequels as it’s only the beginning. Would I watch it again? Heck yeah, even if it’s just to admire how well it’s made or to drool over the actors. I can’t say I love it yet though, as emotional attachment happens to be something that I really look for in films.