So, anybody watched that movie? Thoughts?
Its not my kind of movie, but I cant say it was bad. It was deep.
It was alright. Not that deep.
Yup, I've watched it and I strongly believe it deserves the hype. One of Bong Jonho's best screenplays.
Wether it was deep or not, I think it depends on the inferences you make. Jonho's movies tend to leave you with your thoughts about the implicit meanings, so regarding the whole social concept and critic I think it was a fantastic way of presenting it, alongside the whole "parasite" connotation.
I agree. It was great. Personally I found it very subtle and profound.
Best film I saw in 2019. (Yeah, it came out a little early in France.)
I think you so need to recommend me something then hahaha
I'm not really here to argue. I'm happy people find deep meaning in Parasite and I can certainly see why they do.
It just didn't inspire those same feelings in me, for several reasons.
I did enjoy it quite thoroughly though, don't get me wrong here.
Snowpiercer is also by Bong Joon Ho but I no doubt like Parasite better. This is because Parasite is realistic and relatable while Snowpiercer while equally philosophical had too much action going for it to be entirely believable. I like the concept, though -I do- but Parasite struck me in a different way.
That's true but the beats and notes of Parasite were more seamless. The transition was also pretty good. Snowpiercer was spotty at some points.