This would be my first post about a Filipino film. Frankly, I don’t get attracted to the numerous Filipino films because of the acting. The actors actually portray their roles but maybe because of the director’s urging, their acting gets out of hand. In Filipino terms, OA: overacting. A second reason why I seldom watch Filipino movies is because of the plot. In the Philippine movie industry, a certain plot gets recycled over and over until the public reaches the brink of barfing it all out. Third, the very fact that a Philippine movies usually takes four months at the least to make, discourages me from seeing it. Sure, it is cost-effective, but the film’s quality is compromised. Generally, a film should take a year at the least in the making. Also, I wish up-to-date special effects would be employed. No offense, but I’m more of the special effects type of movie-watcher.
It’s been quite a long time since I made a new post for this blog. My apologies. I found no interest in the mid-August to mid-September movies recently shown here in my locality. Then at last, just last week, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army finally opened here in the Philippines. Adding to that was Journey to the Center of the Earthbeing finally being shown here in Baguio City when it was actually screened all around the Philippines months ago. That is one trouble that a movie freak such as myself faces: Delayed screening dates lasting for at least two months. But at least they were still screened for the local’s enjoyment. Only thing is, I’ve already read the plot synopsis of Hellboy II on Wikipedia. Talk about spoilers.