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Piolo Pascual embodied a character whose conscience and barely dirty hands could not afford to give up his principles in spite of familial ties.
Dirty policemen get to have what they want while the clean ones die young. There was no idle moments all throughout the film.
On the Job delivered in a great way singlo acclaimed movies of many years past were not able to achieve. They were meticulously made in order to tell the story well.
The shots, have you noted how they were shot? In addition, the cinematography made the whole film seem so authentic and real. The said song was very apt for the whole concept of the film. Also, witnesses were barraged with different issues to taint their reputation.
Top-notch directing and editing, very credible acting, excellent production design, great musical score, this movie seemed to have it all. To tell you the truth, I already had high expectations before watching because of raving reviews from critics eingko good word-of-mouth feedback from the people who signko already watched it.
Prisoners get to go out of the jail and kill.
Torre was able to turn himself into a ruthless killer-prisoner, Martinez was really irritating as the evil general while Marquez was flawless as the policeman whose integrity would make other policemen hide matteo shame. Of course, the story also benefited well by its great pacing. This current issue has unmasked politicians that were touted as the good ones before.
It is scary to think that these things really happen in the country. I might have guessed some of the plot points towards the end even before they happened, but when they did happen in the movie, I was still surprised thanks to the brilliant execution of those scenes.
The story surrounds 4 major characters: I have never watched a Filipino film that did not only make my heart race but also made me think while watching and right after watching. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Gerald Anderson was believable as a young prisoner whose naivety and willingness to kill clouded his whole morality.
But when you think about it, these scenarios really seem familiar. Zingko movie was worth the hype. It was that high that I prepared myself to be disappointed.