It’s a fun concept with a few good laughs, a bit of heart and a solid performance from Seth Rogen, but nothing much more than that.
A solid coming-of-age story that packs some good laughs and a lot of relatable moments. Pete Davidson pretty much plays the same character he was in Staten Island, which isn’t a bad thing, because he nails it and it’s a joy to watch. Jon Cryer is also brilliant as a frustrated, pissed off dad! Great stuff.
Sydney Film Festival #24
Bong Joon-ho’s latest offering is batshit crazy and absolutely brilliant. Armed with an incredible screenplay with multiple layers, Parasite hooks us in with an intriguing story which unfolds into pure mayhem. I loved every minute, so much fun! The less you know before viewing the better, you won’t be disappointed.
Sydney Film Festival #3
WOW! Uncomfortable, suffocating and absolutely absurd. Queen of Hearts feeds off its slow pace as it slowly descends into the type of film that makes your stomach turn. The performances are nothing short of amazing while the score perfectly accompanies this harrowing tale.