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(GameSpot PSP News)


11 september 2019 01:41:19

Parasite Review: Killer Class Warfare
(GameSpot PSP News)

After making an international splash with the creature feature The Host, the dystopian sci-fi of Snowpiercer, and the fantasy/adventure food industry takedown in Okja, Bong Joon-ho`s newest feature begins with perhaps one of his most relatable scenes: A young boy and his sisters scramble throughout the house in a panic after a neighbor finally makes his Wi-Fi password-protected. Ki-woo Kim (Choi Woo-sik) runs like a madman yearning for the sweet relief of internet connection, while his mother, Chung-sook (Hyae Jin Chang), keeps asking him to check WhatsApp. He finally finds a neighbor without a password, and quickly tells his sister Ki-jung (Park So-dam) to stand very still on top of the toilet to connect to the internet while his father, Ki-taek (Song Kang-ho), gets excited at the prospect of getting free fumigation when he sees some exterminators spraying the street above their semi-underground apartment. Parasite isn`t strictly a thriller, but it is suffused in suspense. It isn`t really a comedy, though it will make you laugh frequently with its satirical look at society. And it isn`t exactly a horror movie, but it presents a new twist on the home invasion subgenre. Parasite combines a variety of influences to evolve into something more sinister than what first meets the eye, mixing these genres in order to have you clinging to the edge of your seat to avoid jumping out in fear, anger, or joy throughout its runtime. We follow the Kim family as they all manage to scheme their way into employment with the affluent Park family after Ki-woo forges some documents and starts systematically getting rid of the Parks` other employees. The result is a symbiotic yet fragile relationship where both families depend on each other, but greed and class prejudice threaten to destroy them both. Parasite asks us who the real parasites are, if each family is exploiting the other. `Can success be found without ruining others?` is the question at the center of the film, making th ...

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