Corazon: Ang unang aswang
Corazon revolves around the love story of a married couple during the times of Japanese rule in the Philippines who's having a hard time conceiving a child. After joining traditional fertility rites in honor of certain patron saints, their prayers are eventually answered but unexpected circumstances will lead to their baby's death. At which point the conflict of the story will begin
- Stars:Erich Gonzales, Derek Ramsay, Mark Gil, Tetchie Agbayani, Jeffrey Quizon, Maria Isabel Lopez, Bodjie Pascua, Mon Confiado, Mosang, Sharlene San Pedro, Dan Alvaro, Ermie Concepcion, Sue Prado, Laiza Comia, Johnny Barnes,
- Director:Richard Somes,
- Writer:Richard Somes (story), Richard Somes (screenplay), Jerry Gracio (screenplay)
Corazon revolves around the love story of a married couple during the times of Japanese rule in the Philippines who's having a hard time conceiving a child. After joining traditional fertility rites in honor of certain patron saints, their prayers are eventually answered but unexpected circumstances will lead to their baby's death. At which point the conflict of the story will begin . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Corazon: Ang unang aswang torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: My problem with this film isn't necessarily just that Liam and Noel are dumb as dirt, but the movie feels overlong and overstuffed with nothing. You hardly learn anything about them the whole two hours and when it's over you have more questions than answers. It's a good film for bringing together a lot of footage, photos, some insights etc. But it could have been far better (and shorter).
(us) wrote: It was not great at all. But at least it dragged me to the end to know how to put an end to the mess Vince Vaughn has started.
(us) wrote: A deeply spiritual love story that challenges us to be fully alive to the report of our senses and to live in the present moment which will never appear again. I say SEE IT!!!
(fr) wrote: This movie is what I assume is based on part of the real life relationship between the actresses Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. And while the story and some of the characters needed maybe another 30 minutes to be fleshed out a bit more, this is a movie to watch for the two leads.Streep and MacLaine are just fantastic here. They even both get one scene, Streep gets two, to show their singing ability and I never really knew they were such great singers. I have seen Streep in Mamma Mia, but her voice is so much more amazing here singing country stuff.There is a scene with MacLaine where she is minus and makeup nor a wig, and they do this long scene showing her transform from normal looking into the glam you can see on the poster. Coming from a guy, this scene just blew me away for some reason. You can actually see her transform emotionally as the makeup is applied.I just wish more time was given to the supporting cast. Most only have ONE scene to get anything in. While Gene Hackman gets in a few great scenes, Dreyfuss, Reiner, Oliver Platt, Benning and even Quaid just don't register as very good characters.And I would have liked to see more of the struggles with getting off drugs, and that whole transformation. Or better yet, if her career was able to recover. I mean she goes back to work, but we never know how successful that work became.But the acting was fantastic from the ladies, and Streep looked smokin' in the police uniform no?
(us) wrote: I love the cooking scene! How funny!
(gb) wrote: Don't watch. But in all seriousness it was pretty bad. From 15 minutes of Donald chasing around Mexican women to some uncomfortable animated/live-action sequences, The Three Caballeros lies right at the bottom of the Disney barrel. The movie offers some appealing spectacle and insight into Mexican/Brazilian culture but it's lost among its drawn out nonsense. Disney continues its government-issued reign of terror that is almost identical to its prequel Saludos Amigos, clearly trying too hard to please its Latin American audience, though Caballeros is worse because it's a half hour longer. From a Woody Woodpecker knock-off to some creepy visuals of singing heads in flowers, this movie is a bust.