Greenbelt 3, Cinema 2, April 19, 9pm
Nothing special. I’m just curious with Marky Mark’s love interest in the film. I don’t know if she’s underacting or she doesn’t really know how to act at all. I wanna see her on her next film.
Friends who might appreciate it: those who miss the old school action films but I’d rather not recommend this.
Greenbelt 3, Cinema 1, April 26, 8:35pm
A truly satisfying film. Walang masyadong “relate factor” pero it’s highly recommended. One of those films na sa tingin ko ay nag-swak ang vision ng manunulat at filmmaker. Material pa lang, sobrang sulit na. Bonus na lang ‘yung CGI n’ya at ‘yung pagkakadirek sa film at sa mga artista. Sa totoo lang, sa panahon ng digmaan, lumalabas talaga ang pagiging creative ng ilan. This is proven by most of the war-torn countries that brought us the likes of Einstein and Da Vinci. With this film, the whole material could be treated with endless possibilities. Pwedeng pathetic ang treatment kasi maaawa ka sa bata na nagkaroon s’ya ng sariling mundo dahil sa giyera. Pwede rin namang “feel-good” dahil ang mundong iniisip ng bata ay totoo pala. Pwede rin namang artsy o political na kung kelan nabuksang muli at nakapasok ang bata sa underworld ay saka naman nanaig ang mga rebeldeng nagtatago sa gubat. Galing!
Friends who might appreciate it: those who believe in films and fairy tales.
Greenbelt 3, Cinema 1, May 1, 9:50pm
Hmm… not as satisfying as Spiderman 2 but still well-made. I like the film’s consistent approach on Spidey’s celebration on being human . If the first installment deals with identity and the second, on responsibility, the latest one tackles a person’s dark side. At na-pull off naman ito nang maayos. Even the “evil” scenes are somewhat wholesome and funny. Siguro, nasobrahan lang sa mga eksenang madrama. Masyadong nagbabad. Just the same, enjoy naman ang CGI n’ya.
Friends who might appreciate it: those who like eating popcorn inside the moviehouse.
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