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Minari (Movie Review)

Minari (Movie Review)


Minari, the latest A24 release from Writer/director Lee Isaac Chung, follows the semiautobiographical story of a Korean family setting down roots in early '80s Arkansas, is one of the sleeper best films of the year, so I'm here to review it.

More than just a beautifully made movie, it feels like a real coming out party for star Steven Yeun, an actor who has gone underrated for far too long. He's got a real chance at the Best Actor Academy Award this year, but this movie is about more than Oscar Buzz.

Let's dig in!

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The Armchair Auteur is an ongoing video project from film critic Dom Griffin. Every week, there will be new reviews, retrospectives, rants and video essays about film and film-adjacent pop culture.

Dom Griffin is a freelance film critic, pop cultural polymath and an obsessive lover of storytelling. His work has been published on SyFy.com, Birth.Movies.Death, DCist, The Baltimore Beat, Spectrum Culture, and VultureHound UK. He's currently a member of the Washington Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-Approved Critic.. 

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