Glorietta 1, Cinema 3, June 6, 8:30pm
Pwede. I am fan of “Diabolique” (the remake will do for me) and I was expecting a plot similar to that. But lo and behold, this one’s different. Ikinuwento ng pelikula ang isang mag-asawa kung saan ang babae ay naiwan sa isang liblib na lugar, walang kuryente, walang text, walang katsismisan. One day, she met another woman. Nagkaroon na s’ya ng katsismisan pero naging kumplikado n’ung bumalik ang asawa. I thought it was that predictable (Joel Lamangan made a similar material in the film “Sidhi”). Pero hindi pala. There’s a twist worthy of a bucket of popcorn. Pwede. The only drawback is the acting. Paging Assunta de Rossi, Ara Mina and Jay Manalo!
Friends who might appreciate it: those who believe that “If it’s from Seiko, it must be good”.
Glorietta 4, Cinema 3, June 11, 4:20pm
I prefer the first two installments. The second sequel is quite predictable and flat. Unang eksena pa lang ni Al Pacino, alam mo na ang mangyayari sa kanya sa ending. Ang kulang siguro ay mas maraming conflict sana. Parang masyadong naging madali para sa mga bida ang pagiging bida nila. Aside from having Kris Aquino and James Yap in the same moviehouse, I had fun (naman) watching the film.
Friends who might appreciate it: those whose middle name is “Cool”.