1. Parasite Movie Review : A captivating, sensational social satire.
Review: ‘Parasite’s’ opening shot of a small glass window looking up from a basement house to the view of a narrow winding road. Sets the visual language of the film firmly, right at the onset. There are many more such shots which metaphorically convey the social and economic disparity.
Especially the use of stairs going up and down, cramped spaces versus lush, open green lawns. Delectably and elegantly laid out fruit slices as opposed to a clumisly heaped plate of food from a local kitchen.
Kim Ki-taek (Song Kang-ho) and his family live in a pokey, underground house and are generally unemployed. When we meet them, the family is perturbed that their access to free wifi has been cut short.
Obviously not able to afford their own, they have been sponging off their neighbor’s connection. In fact, even as a fumigation carried out on their street. Kim tells his family to leave the windows open so they can have a free extermination of the insects in their house, despite almost choking on the fumes. On some days, they get by with temporary jobs like fixing pizza boxes.
So when his son Kim Ki-woo (Choi Woo-shik) is offered by a friend to be set up as an English tutor to the daughter of a wealthy Mr. Park (Lee Sun-kyun), he agrees. Only hitch, Kim Ki-woo doesn’t have a college degree having failed his university exams.
But his sister, Kim Ki-jeong (Park So-dam) presents a quick solution to this with her expert photo-shopping skills. Armed with a forged degree document, Kim makes an easy impression on Mr.Park’s wife, Yeon-kyo (Cho Yeo-jeong) and their teenage daughter, Park Da-hye (Jung ji-so).
2. 1917 Movie Review : An Exceptional Achievement.
1917 Review: 1600 British soldiers in two battalions are being steered into a trap set by the Germans in World War I. Their only hope is a pair of British soldiers assigned the impossible mission to deliver a warning about this impending disaster.
To raise the stakes even higher, one of the soldiers. Lance Corporal Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) has his older brother in the 2nd Devon. The first battalion scheduled to charge the Germans the next morning. Fueled by his personal agenda, Blake takes Lance Corporal Schofield along on this harrowing journey across no man’s land into enemy territory ดูหนังฟรี.
3. Wonder Woman 1984 Movie Review : This spectacular action extravaganza is all heart.
REVIEW: It’s 1984 and Wonder Woman aka Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) is living a lonely existence. Working as a senior anthropologist at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. But that doesn’t stop her from fighting crime by routinely performing random acts of heroism and rescuing those in danger.
Her neon-lit lasso is enough to set things back in order. But a much bigger problem awaits her when a socially awkward and geeky archaeologist joins her team at the research center. Barbara Minerva (Kristen Wiig) instantly awed by Diana’s unmatched grace, poise and beauty.
She just wants to be like her – a harmless wish that ultimately becomes part of a much sinister plot that could destroy the world. And it all begins when a charismatic businessman Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal). And one of America’s most famous TV personalities. Sets his greedy eyes on a powerful ancient ‘wishing stone’ that is in Barbara’s possession for research.