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- 115 min.
- Lee Isaac Chung
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- 7.3% (1:14)
frankqbA lovely film that shows at once a personal and universal story. Funny, warm, heartbreaking, and an interesting way of showing the pressure of the American Dream — and more importantly — its relationship to the male ego.
5 stars 2 years 2 months ago
MrWA case study in how a new perspective can beautifully enliven a familiar tale. A work fascinated by its characters, and always does right by them without glossing over their flaws. Bright, soothing and compassionate - simply lovely. 1 year 10 months ago
maarowThree 2020 Best Picture nominees down, five to go. I enjoyed Minari a lot--thoughtfully paced, lushly filmed, with gentle humor and an eye for the characters' humanity always shining through. The grandmother in particular was a delight. My only complaints: the wife is underwritten (like many movie wives, she only seems to exist to create conflict by telling the main male character "No" at all times), and the ending felt forced and a bit rushed. 1 year 8 months ago
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This movie ranks #27 in IMDb's 2020s Top 50
IMDb's 2020s Top 5027
This movie ranks #41 in Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize
Sundance Film Festival -…41
This movie ranks #44 in iCheckMovies's 2020s Top 100
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This movie ranks #541 in TSPDT's 21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films
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This movie ranks #570 in Academy Award - Best Picture Nominees
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