When it comes to movies – and series, for that matter – South Koreans do everything right, What do you want from a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat and your muscles as tense as guitar strings? Yellow. What do you think about a good dose of first-class action with a show-level story? There is no problem. What do you want to make your eyes cry with a drama that does not resort to sensationalism? don’t talk much
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To no one’s surprise, this saying also applies to a Japanese subgenre called cashew nuts in which giant creatures ravage cities and make life miserable for their inhabitants, and that too Found one of its best representatives in 2006 by Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho. The title of this jewel is none other than ‘The Host,’ and it is a specimen of genius and the official seal of the man in its utmost charge.
Within hours, Bong once again dominates Build characters and subvert audience expectations based on the genre to be explored, with a rare sense of humor and atmosphere the odyssey of a family that tries to heal their daughter amid the chaos. The result, how could it be less, is simply impeccable.
Apart from the technical performances, the staging of the narrative, if there’s one thing that makes the film stand out, it’s its star-studded cast, which begins with Bong’s regular collaborator, song kang-ho, with him, Park Hae-il, Byun Hee-bong and always fabulous don’t be They design a cast that gives the production a unique packaging.
If you want to check if all these praises are nothing more than meaningless outbursts—I’m not telling you to—and you haven’t yet, you can watch ‘The Host’ on Amazon Prime Video from Thursday 29 December,