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AuthorYosan Legaspi

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September 18, 2006

Jiggly boobs. That’s all I could think of when I watched DOA. At first I thought the film would suit tweens considering the whole marketing looked as if it was aimed at those who liked to watch a little girl-power.

September 11, 2006

I so understand why Liza Minnelli is a gay icon. Her voice, her poise, her performance in Cabaret was just stunning. To be honest, I wasn’t such a big Liza fan until I watched this film. All I remembered of her was the 16 month marriage she had with the creepy plastic-faced husband David Gest; […]

September 11, 2006

Gosh, I thought the Wayan brothers were better than making this defecated excuse of a film. Their TV series My Wife and Kids was not bad, but to think of a reason why they would create Little Man is beyond me.

September 11, 2006

The second offering from the creative talent that gave us Equilibrium, Ultraviolet is an extravaganza of Kurt Wimmer’s incredible vision. A new twist to the vampire genre, Ultraviolet melds gothic themes with science fiction effortlessly.

September 11, 2006

This film is awesome! One of the best game-to-film transformations. Silent Hill enticed and lured the audience in, promising a thrilling climax, and an unforgettable finale.

September 4, 2006

I really did not feel like watching this film. The current crop of films focusing around 9/11 tragedies like World Trade Centre and this film United 93 just feels to me like they’re trying to exploit peoples’ emotion from the situation just to cash in on it. But I found out that my preconceived notion […]

September 4, 2006

Oh my gosh. This film got a rating of 5.7 at! How can it even share the same rating as the similarly frivolous, yet weightier film Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion? Clearly the people who voted on it are either tweens who don’t know what a good film is or lonely middle-aged women […]

September 4, 2006

Nick Naylor doesn’t hide the truth…he filters it.’

August 7, 2006

By the time you read this review the New Zealand Film Festival will have ended. The NZFF has heaps of absolutely delectable gems, and when it ends it’s back to the banal sludge of common films…or is it?

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