A comedic allegory for general societal indifference in the face of climate change.
Reviews for it seem to be fairly mixed but I'm finding it laugh-out funny.
Also kind of sad. It does a good job of bringing home the absurdity of much of modern activity in the face of our incipient self-inflicted extinction.
The "Don't look up" types in the film have a hint of climate sadism to them.
Then you have the ultra-rich nerd tycoon with some high-tech techno-solutionism that will save everyone, oh with a side bonus of bring vast wealth - to them, but with some trickle down, right? And then showing true colours as a billionaire doomsday prepper when it goes wrong. As well as having undue control over state policy.