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USA, South Korea
Drama, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
Joon-ho Bong


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Giancarlo Esposito as Frank Dawson
Jaein Kim as Young Mija
Sheena Kamal as Stylist 2007 / 2017
Michael Mitton as Make-up Artist 2007
Nancy Amelia Bell as Elderly Reporter (as Nancy Bell)
Colm Hill as Sarcastic British Reporter
Jose Carias as Señor Villacorta
Je-mun Yun as Mundo Park (as Yoon Je Moon)
Seo-Hyeon Ahn as Mija (as An Seo Hyun)
Hie-bong Byeon as Hee Bong (as Byun Heebong)
Kathryn Kirkpatrick as Epicurean Reporter
Tilda Swinton as Lucy Mirando / Nancy Mirando
Shirley Henderson as Jennifer
Jake Gyllenhaal as Johnny Wilcox
Okja Storyline: For 10 idyllic years, young Mija (An Seo Hyun) has been caretaker and constant companion to Okja-a massive animal and an even bigger friend-at her home in the mountains of South Korea. But that changes when a family-owned multinational conglomerate Mirando Corporation takes Okja for themselves and transports her to New York, where image obsessed and self-promoting CEO Lucy Mirando (Tilda Swinton) has big plans for Mija's dearest friend. With no particular plan but single-minded in intent, Mija sets out on a rescue mission, but her already daunting journey quickly becomes more complicated when she crosses paths with disparate groups of capitalists, demonstrators and consumers, each battling to control the fate of Okja...while all Mija wants to do is bring her friend home. Deftly blending genres, humor, poignancy and drama, Bong Joon Ho (Snowpiercer, The Host) begins with the gentlest of premises-the bond between man and animal-and ultimately creates a distinct and layered vision of the...
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Terrible miscalculation
A hodgepodge of talent wasted in such pointless ways that one can only marvel what pitch got the money to make this unfunny, overly long, boring manifest against GMO foods. Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal are totally unhinged which might be funny for small kids but this is not a kids' movie as it resorts to brutal violence several times.

Things are not made any better by the titular pig's teenage patron who (for unclear reasons) is played by a one-note Korean child actor with such monotonic obsession that her friendship with the pig only looks worrying.

If something positive is to be said about this misfire then it is that the pig is well animated and integrates with its surroundings seamlessly, but its design has no personality and cannot sustain sufficient feelings to care about its fate.
WOW...a suggestion before you watching it (it's in the end of the comment)
that movie is just amazingly heartbreaking for me, and also probably for a lot of other people, because it's mostly reality, and if we even would have need another meat source and If we would have that high technology to actually to do this stuff, I know we would. anyway.. about movie: it's for some reason a lot like a little bit bright version of black mirror, and the shots are really beautiful and sure the story is very cool and also a little disturbing. it's just a really good movie. but I need to say, I am hungry and I thought I would eat hot dog afterwards before watching this but now I don't feel like I can eat hot dog right now, so... yeah. eat before you watch it.
Overtly Obese
With previous Bong Joon Ho movies, there was humble and sinister subtexts which I really admired. With his take on Snowpierecer though, it was more up front, and direct in what makes humans want to survive and at what cost. Okja again I'd say is personally heartfelt by Bong Joon Ho, but seems to be getting pulled in many directions at once. He's a internationally credible and respected film maker now. Attractive to, and attracting many A List actors. And thanks to The Host, is expected now to deliver some great special effects. And to me, that IS NOT what Bong Joon Ho is about! And Okja seems to teeter on that so dangerously close to falling either way. Much of Bong's great eye for scenery and framing flourishes in this film, along with his amazing empathy with young characters. And too, his daring personal stance on the likes of Monsanto and GMO corporations that they maybe more evil than good for our future sustainability and psyche. But there seems to be an external force weighing in on Okja now as well. Do away with character backgrounds. Make the funny moments funny, and the emotional moments emotional. Utilize the 'star power', and trivialize his heritage. And of course the crippling studio ethos now of 'If we give you a little to make this movie, can you give us a lot in return?' I think Bong mediated well on both sides to get Okja done. And it's enjoyably disturbing. But is uncomfortably close to a Disney film if it wasn't for some of the language and horrific visuals. It's a fun movie, and gives the viewer something to think about. But I hope to see Bong return to something like Memories Of Murder, or Mother. Just a good story, with good characters. Sly humor, and dramatic lengths. To me, I think Bong Joon Ho is one of the greatest movie makers since Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorcese, and I'd hate to see him get compromised by 'the system' in order to deliver commercially friendly and marketable product in a cost efficient and timely manner. In a sense, I feel that's why he took on Okja and may see his own career in it all as well? As fun as it all was, I too hope Bong will 'return to the mountains' for his next film.
No one wants to eat pets, we all agree. Say more.
Saw Okja. Such a predictable story line and such a missed opportunity to go beyond basic guilt tripping. No one wants to eat pets. Say more. Jake Gyllenhall would've not been in the movie and no one would notice. Tilda Swinton's caricature speaks exactly what you think she will. There is so much to say on the topic of how meat industries work and Bong said nothing we don't know. Not much to admire in the movie other than Annie's song sequence. Even that okay-ish sequence seems out of place in an otherwise bland movie. Good movie for kids I guess. They'll buy them Okja toys. Wasted opportunity.
Gut wrenching
I have never seen a movie that causes as much introspection as Okja. This movie is emotionally rewarding and at the same time incredibly deft at turning the spotlight on the audience themselves. I loved Snowpiercer and I loved Okja. I can't wait to see the next project from this talented team.

Be prepared to make some changes in your life after watching this.
What is an Okja?
I really enjoyed Okja coming from Korean director Joon-ho Bong who gave us other great films like Snowpiercer. Coming into it I had not much expectations of it, after watching the trailer and thinking that this seems like a very weird and quirky film but now that I have seen it it really reminds me of the greatness of snowpiercer. Both films were so great because it has these weird elements but within the chaos and madness there is a serious subject matter and a real statement that comes across.

Okja delves into the dark side of the corporate livestock industry, this is something that we've all seen countless times on documentaries about the industry but Okja dramatizes it and takes the stakes to a whole new level by giving us a reason to sympathize with the characters and emotional impacts.

I also liked that Okja also focuses on the group of animal activists and played with the idea of ethical considerations that not only these major corporations have to think about but is something that even the 'liberators' have to consider and go through. Indeed ethics was a major theme of Okja and how the modern corporate society only cares about the profitability over the ethic of choices and action.

The film also explores the believability of marketing and advertisements, and makes consumers question our own choices and beliefs based on what we are told and fed by these marketing campaigns.

I should also mention that the acting were pretty good across the board, from the lead, Seo Hyun to Tilda Swinton and also Paul Dano. However, Jake Gyllenhaal was rather odd. He plays an over the top zoologist and did a very high energy and high pitched performance which just seems a little over the top and takes away slightly from the film in my opinion. Also the cinematography was great, the parts that took place in Korea especially so and the way that they made Okja seem so effortlessly part of the real world and so realistic is just another major feat.

Okja is definitely a film that tackles many side sand also a thought provoking one that is definitely worth watching.
OK Movie...wrong direction of what movies should be...
Good concept, decent timing (given our time in history dealing with harvesting animals and breading them), but trying to make this "real" just makes it worse...

This would be an 8 (possibly up to 10) if completely animated...this is CALLING to be a Disney/Pixar film...the idea of creating this as a fictional, "real-life" story makes no sense...the animal CGI doesn't fit, the acting is compromised because of it, and it just feels forced, overall.

Also, maybe don't have the actor from "Gone Girl" that chokes a puppy be an animal activist now, kinda weird (nothing against him personally, just odd since you can recognize him before he takes his face-mask off and type-cast in "bad-guy" role).

If re-made properly, would consider watching, otherwise, waste of story and time in my opinion. Cheers,

Movie was good, propaganda was terrible
I liked the movie, very touching, nice story but the propaganda was terrible. When I see people reviewing this movie, mostly women without any facts just feelings, they are clueless. This was basically a leftist propaganda film painting these kind of animal movements as peaceful and capitalism as bad. Nothing to do with facts, nothing to do with science but if you can see past that, you might enjoy the movie. Just a typical modern day movie, strong female lead, males are either idiots or bad people. Too bad the real life terrorist groups are portrayed in this as righteous people.
Good story from master filmmaker
We are what we eat - and in the case of the film Okja - apparently human are a bunch of fat pigs. That is the name of a super animal that is genetically created by a corporation to feed the future of the human population as resources dwindle. To make their product more viable - the company puts the animal on a Reality TV Show that will show how the best farmers across the world raise these animals to gain popularity for their product.

The only problem is that one of the super pigs (cool movie creature too) has a little girl who raises it and they become friends. When the time comes for the super pig to be given up to society to be eaten - the girl goes on a mission to rescue the pig. What follows is a tale that has a lot of exposition and some strange performances - but the finale is super powerful and really stuck with me.

The girl goes to a slaughterhouse and sees what happens to the super pigs, and it is really sad. If I was a child and I watched that scene I would probably cry and never eat meat again. Honestly - I feel bad that I ate meat today just watching this movie.

A def must watch for fans of science fiction, hero quests, or just good stories. But the middle of the film is a little bit hard to watch because of the dialogue and acting.
A netflix original that is worth your time
I wasn't expecting to like this very much, but I loved it.

There is no much to say about it but to give it a shot and enjoy it. 9/10.

It makes you think about many things, specially the treatment with have with animals and the relationship with our food consumption.
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