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Parasite (With English Subtitles)

Parasite (With English Subtitles)

31 Jan, 2020
2 hrs 14 mins
20,031 votes
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Ki-taek`s family of four is close, but unemployed. With a bleak future ahead of them, the son Ki-woo is recommended for a well-paid tutoring job, spawning hopes of regular income. Carrying the expectations of his family on his shoulders, Ki-woo heads to the Park family home for an interview with Mr. Park, the owner of a global IT firm. It is at this house that Ki-woo meets Yeon-kyo, the beautiful young lady of the house. However, behind this meeting, an unstoppable string of mishaps lies in wait.
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Parasite drives the point home with eye-popping precision - and the force of a windstorm. ...Read full review
Bong Joon-ho delivers a biting satirical thriller about class warfare and social inequality. ...Read full review
Bong Joon Ho film is like poetry. ...Read full review
Backed with a stellar cast, Bong delivers a true masterpiece with Parasite, that haunts you well after you have seen the movie. ...Read full review
Parasite Is a Brilliant Take on Social Divide and Manipulation. ...Read full review
It may be best to go into Parasite knowing as little as possible about the film while settling into your seat. Allow its slow burning brilliance to creep up on you, and thou shall be handsomely rewarded. ...Read full review
Landing step for satire, a new level of dark comedy thriller ...Read full review
Bong Joon-Ho, who has also co-written the story, has several surprises and twists up his sleeve. And many metaphors. ...Read full review
The Parasites Palme dOr at Cannes for Best Picture is well deserved and yes, it ought to win at the Golden Globes and the Oscars as well. ...Read full review
Superbly performed by the entire cast, which includes Bong regular Kang-ho Song, Parasite pushes its devilishly clever take on inequity to the limits. The screenplay reveals all its surprises and leaves no layer or level of meaning unexplored or unexposed, but the conceit holds throughout, except for a couple of scenes that lack smoothness and subtlety. The only mystery that remains intact is contained by the title: who is feeding off whom? ...Read full review
Creature film maestro Bong Joon-ho`s return to dark family farce has monsters that are human. While thematically similar to Hirozaku Kora-Eda`s `Shoplifters,` Bong`s `Parasite` is richer, splashier and more impactful than Eda`s filmand it never fails in keeping the surprises coming at a steady invigorating pace. Go for it! ...Read full review