Re: Spoilers much?
I've both seen Arrival and read Dune, but if I hadn't I'd be somewhat miffed at an article that starts with a spoiler for a completely unrelated film, and ends by giving a plot summary of the in-production film the whole article is about
I happened to start watching Arrival moments before reading the article. The comments helped make Arrival a much more interesting and understandable work (haven't read the book(s) it was based on).
Have read one of the Dune books, one of Brian's ones. Loved the game and found the film OK. Still play the game every few years.
Main point is I am grateful for the comments and spoilers - didn't actually spoil Arrival for me, though that said I could kill if someone was to ruin a film I wanted to enjoy.