Can we fight evil? Save our lovely planet from ghouls such as Monsanto and other purveyors of various poisons into GMO plants and animals? Can the good people win? Can we save the human race while preventing our animals from being seen only in terms of sirloin or chops? Such is the theme of “Okja,” a Netlix film streaming on the video channel (and causing much distress at the recent Cannes film ... more >
OKJA, a Netflix premiere, delivers a bleak message couched in entertaining fiction
From the director of 2013's "Snowpiercer"
Seo-Hyun Ahn, Tilda Swinton and Steven YeunDirected by Bong Joon Ho
Cannes Festival, OKJA, a children’s tale loaded with adult-like problems
Plan B Entertainment, Lewis Pictures and Kate Street Picture Company in association with Netflix
Tilda Swinton, An Seo Hyun and Steven YeunDirected by Bong Joon ho
Watching Bong Joon Ho’s “Okja” made me wish I was ten years old again, and I don’t mean this with irony. "Okja" is brilliantly entertaining, but it would likely be better enjoyed by someone who’s very young, in spite of the several adult-size questions the film raises, in passing. In preparing to offer him the role of Johnny Wilcox (a white, more flamboyant version of Brian Fellow from SNL’s ... more >