Minari Reviews

  • Minari
    • Genre : Drama,Family
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : 115 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : A24
    • Official Site : http://a24films.com/films/minari
    • Reviews Rate
      Excellent entertaining! It's a masterpiece.

    • Readers Rate

Movie Reviews

  • the gorgeous new movie from director Lee Isaac Chung; "Minari" works quietly and methodically, embracing its lush rural setting with striking glimpses of its characters, alone against vast and empty landscapes
    Review rate : A- by David Canfield [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • the charming low-key humor and the actors are all winning; "Minari" is a modest pic but very human and accessible, and quite distinctively so in comparison to the vast majority of high-concept and/or violent movies rolling out today
    by Todd McCarthy [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • named for a Korean herb that grows naturally in the wild, Minari is a loving, delicately crafted portrait of a Korean American family struggling to sustain itself
    by Anthony Kaufman [Screen Daily International ]
  • Lee Isaac Chung's exquisite new drama; By telling his story Lee Isaac Chung has hit a peak as a filmmaker that might have been unthinkable just a few years ago
    Review rate : A- by Gregory Ellwood [The Playlist ]
  • Lee Isaac Chung looks back on his childhood in rural Arkansas with sensitivity and warmth; Chung transforms the specificity of his upbringing into something warm, tender and universal; inspiring laughter and tears from predominantly white audiences
    by Peter Debruge [Variety ]
  • it's a delicately told tale, quietly engaging us; Minari offers an encouraging and engaging view of the immigrant experience while also recognising the hardships that go alongside; it'll soon be winning you over as well
    4 of 5 by Benjamin Lee [The Guardian ]
  • an immensely moving immigrant story; Lee Isaac Chung's fourth feature is a gentle, sweet, and yet staggeringly powerful story of assimilating into the American Dream
    Review rate : A by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • a moving and beautiful family drama; Lee Isaac Chung crafts a sweet, charming, and emotional story of an immigrant family
    Review rate : A- by Matt Goldberg [Collider ]
  • "Minari" is a heartfelt portrait of assimilation; This is a delicate, small-scale drama told with an immense amount of authenticity by a filmmaker who is clearly attuned to the emotional rhythms of each of his characters
    Review rate : B+ by Anthony Kaufman [The Film Stage ]

Reader's Reviews

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