It is another concert film/documentary in the vein of the recent films of Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez, the film looking into the history of the artist while sharing footage of their exploits as they perform around d the world.
Even if all the extenuating tragic circumstances were excised, we’d still have a story of a shy kid that discovers that he has a talent, and then goes through the pressure cooker that is one of the most prestigious boychoir academies in the world.
The Terminator franchise already has one of the most convoluted timelines in all of cinema, and Genisys only makes things murkier.
Music is always an easy way to convey feeling in cinema, and there is rarely anything more inherently romantic than two people staring at each other while they sing a heartfelt song.
Still, the three-year-old movie maintains much of its original appeal, and if one has yet to experience the high-tension fun of this movie, this dubbed version will do.
The Film Development Council of the Philippines has put together a second edition of their fledgling festival, the World Premieres Film Festival. And this year, aside from its slate of international premieres, the festival has a side program called 'Filipino New Cinema,' which features eight all-new films made either in the Philippines or by local filmmakers.
Because it turns out that Max fancies itself as an action flick, getting its young hero and his new canine companion caught up in a plot that involves a dangerous Mexican drug cartel.
It only offers a trace of a narrative, dealing instead in a suggested past between two people who are always staring longingly at each other.
This is a terrible film that doesn't seem to understand what's important in its own story.
Here is a very easy way to tell if a female-led movie isn’t very good: is the main character a klutz? If she is, then more often than not this is a product of abject laziness in screenwriting.