nestor’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm going to start off by saying thank you Bong Joon-Ho for the incredible laughs I got out of this, I was laughing so loud, and so hysterical. But I was also very tired, and the moment this movie switched up genres on me, I was on the edge of my seat throughout. Exciting. Dark. Hilarious. The tension this movie builds is incredible, and when you least expect it to be, a very heartfelt, incredibly sad truth we all have to come to terms with, and that's the conclusion that money makes rich people dumb, and that the poor are dying out there, they're starving, they don't know when they're going to lose their homes. We treat people with no money like trash, yet they are willing to work as hard as can be for some food on the table for their families, and spoiled rich people scream when their toes aren't rubbed a certain way. Anyways, go watch Parasite, it's beyond being just a great movie. It's a flawless one.