A movie of suspense about a North Korean defactor whose already shitty life is being disturbed after he is framed of a high-profile crime.
I haven’t been paying attention to Gong Yoo’s career until recently when he starred in “Train to Busan” which I personally cannot get off my system yet. And this movie proved to me how I’ve underestimated his acting abilities. Now, his within my radar and I can’t wait to watch the movies he starred in before “Train to Busan.” Continue reading
This movie left a very very deep visual impact on me. I’m not sure why but even as I close my eyes (’till now, it’s been a full day since I watched it) I can command my memory to clearly visually recall scenes in the movie that left me speechless and sobbing (which hasn’t happened to me before, ever). Continue reading
I didn’t watch the trailer nor did I catch it being shown on T.V. and therefore I didn’t know what the movie was about when I sat in the movie theater. The only fact I knew was it starred Vilma Santos, Angel Locsin, and Xian Lim. It’s definitely refreshing to see Xian Lim being paired with Angel Locsin (because they are usually often paired only with their on-screen love teams). They definitely did have chemistry.
The movie, I’d say is more on the theme of Family, specifically the reality that Mothers