There was a music cue in this that they played twice and both times I thought it was Logical Song. Idiom fans will recall that the second time, of course, it was shame on me.
This is probably the Disney movie that feels the most like a series of Disney shorts and the least like a movie so you know I’m enjoying it. As I’ve said before “fuck movies.”
The Walrus and the Carpenter Segment is a mean spirited waste of time which I famously delight in. The way Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum move is funny to me on a lizard brain level. Just, like, involuntarily laughing at the movements of these two absolute buffoons.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It rules that Bong Joon-Ho anticipates you anticipating a twist where the rich family is smarter than they appear and then pulls the rug out from under you to reveal that they’re actually even dumber and more casually cruel than you originally thought. That’s radical realism, baby.