The most horrifying thing about this “horror” film is the fact that it eventually becomes what it sought to satirize. I was vibing with it somewhat till’ about the hour mark with a pretty infamous scene (those who’ve seen this will know what I’m talking about) and I just tapped out mentally. Not because I was too grossed out but it was just too stupid. Gratuity with very little depth beyond the surface. At least I was never bored and I found it pretty funny in parts. Had a good message going for it, but they unfortunately blew their load.
A direct to streaming epilogue to TV’s crowning achievement Breaking Bad that fails to justify its own existence within the run time its given. 6 years wait to find out things I really didn’t care about knowing. While the action, cinematography and acting are good, the story really lacks any weight, and the flashbacks were a crutch that felt less like they were drawing attention to previously unseen hints at the future from the show’s initial run, but more like…
Gosh, I never knew how hard it was for upper class white people till’ today. I mean I know we’ve had a billion films about these exact same issues with these same plot points and this exact nationality since the 80s, but today, it really made me revaluate my views on who really has it tough in this world. 🤔🤔🤔🤔 poor tall girl 😞😞
I am a Bong Joon-Hoe for Bong Joon-Ho!
Loved every minute of this film. Perfectly balances humour and horror, with lots of twists and turns to keep you constantly hooked and on the edge of your seat. Highly recommend this year’s Palme d’Or winner! I would talk more at length about this but I feel that would be giving too much away. I had no idea what Parasite would be about walking in as I had avoided all spoilers and…