CakeDive’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Broken ding-dong, ding-dong broken". -Grandma
Minari knows exactly what it wants to say down to a T, and shows the audience everything it wants to in such a warm way. The cast was wonderful, especially the kids and the grandmother. Every time they appeared, you'll quietly feel all the emotions as they interact with each other and others in the film, and I related to certain aspects of the family's dynamic that I rarely seen films do successfully.
If you need me, I'm gonna go order some Mountain Dew and hug up on my family.
"So you're saying that we can't save ourselves, but money can"
Watched at Preview Screening courtesy of A24.