Brendan’s review published on Letterboxd:
I never want to eat meat ever again.
Okja captures the wonders of Spielberg but keeps the maturity of the messages Miyazaki would have. Such a joyous yet sad film that has so much to say and is never a bore. I was shocked to see that it was 2 hours long. Bong Joon-Ho retains the culture of South Korea in this film in a masterful piece of art on the horrors of capitalism and how terrible animals are treated. I love this film so much, the summer of 2017 has finally brought quality to the table.
Also is it just me or does Nancy look and sound like Hillary Clinton?