Carizza Janine’s review published on Letterboxd:
Parasite starts off promising, enough to wield laughter with the sarcasm and wit of a family, strategizing their ways to survive against an unsympathizing environment. It’s a common theme in a lot of stories about the urban poor. This desperate need to blend in with an environment ruled and perpetuated by the upper class in exchange for survival makes it sinister. Yet, this becomes a contest for the lower class to gamble on to, because there is no viable option but to scramble: tooth and claw.