3.09pm PDT 09/04/2020
The streaming service, which started broadcasting exclusively the best Oscar-winning film from April 8, had harsh words Wednesday for users tweeting insults about the Korean film.
Hulu doesn’t remain silent with viewers’ complaints about Parasite.
The streaming service, which started broadcasting exclusively the best Oscar-winning film in 2020 from April 8, had harsh words Wednesday for users who tweet insults about the Korean film.
“If you don’t want to read the subtitles, you can still learn Korean!” “The official handle of Twitter replied to a user who said, “No one wants to watch a movie they literally have to read to understand what’s going on. “
To another, who called Parasite a “pathetic film”, replied Hulu’s nickname on Twitter, “he won…. four oscars …… ”
Later that day, the handful asked viewers a question: “Tell us the weather in your city, and we’ll tell you what to watch.” #LetHuluDecide “For almost all of his 605 responses, Hulu suggested Parasite. The Twitter handle also hosted a watch party on the first night of the film’s arrival in Hulu, where it tweeted the film live.
While corporate Twitter accounts regularly adopt a light and irreverent tone (see: Netflix or KFC) in 2020, it is rare for a streaming service to interact with people who simply do not like a film or who express an opinion, even unpopular. The bet seemed to pay off on Wednesday, with Hulu garnering 23,600 likes on one of his posts and 15,300 on another.
During his time on the long election campaign leading up to the 2020 Oscars, Parasite Director Bong Joon Ho has often joked about the reluctance of Americans to watch subtitled films. While accepting the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film earlier this year, Bong noted, “Once you’ve overcome the 1-inch-high subtitle barrier, you’ll discover many incredible films. “