- Oct 26, 2017
Only thing I thought really dumb was the home owner was loaded and they have like one camera. None inside or anything like that. Seems totally illogical.
It's funny that it has literally only been a few days since he said that though.
He's also developing another English language film in addition to his next Korean film.
Exactly. I agree 100 percent. Like you said, he’s already made English-language works. And his Golden Globes acceptance speech about “hopping over“ the tiny obstacle of subtitles was more of a gentle suggestion rather than a judgmental mandate. Stuff got lost then erroneously added in translation.
And Okja. The Host opens with an American character speaking English as well.
Finally saw this, really enjoyed it. I’m halfway through the thread (I like reading you guys responses), and one thing I haven’t seen mentioned is the relationship between the. I can’t quite put my finger on it but I feel like it’s there.flood and “trickle-down” economics
the rich mother doesn't seems to be 'in the know' at all while the rich dad, while caring for his family, doesn't seems to be really 'hands on' on the household affairs at all. Prior to the Kim's intervention, the house is mostly being taken care of by the housemaid and i think it's obvious why the housemaid doesn't want too many cameras in the house.
Bong is still involved so I really hope he has enough sway in this adaptation for that not or be the case. Also hope it’s not a direct adaptation and is more of a theme based adaptation maybe more harshly going after Silicon Valley or Amazon.
Good call. Those feel like the words I was looking for.
The whole scene was like 2 inches shy of being actual pr0n!
This might just be in the US, in New Zealand it’s not out til next month. So may vary from country to country that being said if it’s available for you check it out.
Yeah I just checked - will be buying for sure. It's a shame though that the only extras are the Trailer and a Q&A with the Director. I wanted to see some behind the scenes videos of the sets etc.
When you enter the code, it will give you the option to redeem on one of a number of different services. If it's a "movie anywhere" title, redeeming it on one service carries it over to other supported services too. So you could redeem on Google play and get it on iTunes, vudu, fandango, and Amazon.
Im glad tho, HBO sometimes do mini-serie of 3 episodes of 1h20 each, which I really like, it would be perfect for the movie (instead of a season of 20+ episodes)Talks are underway with the pay cabler, which came out on top of a bidding war with Netflix for the rights.www.hollywoodreporter.com
So apparently HBO won a bidding war over Netflix for the Parasite TV show XP by mckay and bjh
Those were a different director, Park Chan-wook. I don’t think it would thematically fit in either though. Vengeance wasn’t really the point with Parasite per se.
Yeah, the hype got me too. Good movie, but I got too hyped expecting some crazy twist or redirection due to all the "DON'T READ ANYTHING ABOUT IT" warnings, which left me a bit letdown.
Yeah I can see how people can hype themselves up too much wit hthat advice.I feel people take the wrong thing from "GO IN WITHOUT SEEING ANYTHING!". It means that you shouldn't read reviews that could spoil certain aspects that are better left unsaid before taking in the film but won't ruin it either. Its just a film that is a bit more rewarding going in without much prior knowledge. Not that you should expect some crazy insane twist or think up something far more than was ever intended. I think people do this stuff to themselves way too much.