Milo Paulus’s review published on Letterboxd:
Third time seeing it in theaters, and I am positive this is one of the finest films of any generation. An enduring classic in the making, bound to be looked at in the future in the same way people look at Kurosawa's greatest films in this day and age. One of the most tightly made films I've ever seen. Every single inch of film is meticulously calculated, and all the engines behind the camera are roaring at a million rounds per second. This is not just a fascinating film that tackled deeply ingrained cultural and class issues in a beautifully philosophical way, it's also just a damn fine piece of entertainment. Hilarious, gripping, intense, delightful, romantic, shocking and everything in between; Parasite is a momentous achievement.
Added to:  – What I’ve Seen – [Ranked]
On: Movies That Made Me Cry This time around, the melancholic ending really hit me.