Gripping “Parasite” is a cinematic masterpiece.

One of the most talked about films of the year, Parasite follows the impoverished Kim family as they slowly infiltrate themselves into the lives of an affluent family in Korea.

As a forewarning, I am keeping this review brief mainly because I want you to see this movie without knowing too much in advanced.

Twisted, humorous and devastating, Bong Joon-ho has meticulously crafted one of the most masterful satirical thrillers of our time. Parasite takes a thought provoking examination at class with jarring visual juxtapositions and razor sharp writing.

Parasite unfolds in such a surprising and clever way. It dares to venture into the most brutal and darkest of places, making it unlike anything I have experienced before. It’s brilliant.

It’s films like Parasite that keep cinema alive. They are rare experiences that stick with you and I am sure will continue to stick with voters this Awards Season.

Please, go see this. You will not regret it.

Final Thoughts: One of best films of the year, Parasite is near perfection.

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