Former dance instructor Emman Toledo was employed as a dance instructor for a governor’s ball. He finds himself in a passionate love affair with Cedes Fernandez who happens to be engaged to Dylan Evelino son of the governor. The couple finds themselves in a dangerous situation. The Evelino Clan is too powerful that nothing gets in their way to get what they want. Despite her hatred for the dirty politics, Cedes has no choice but to succumb to the decision of Dylan out of her indebtedness towards the family. Emman is drawn towards Cedes from the first time she catches his eye. As their lives intertwine through dance, Emman and Cedes find themselves resisting an affair: one that holds the truths to their painful pasts, and the memories of a boundless love. Pursuing their feelings for each other will only set fire to the dangers and trappings of their love, so much so that their love could cost them their lives.
Writer:Enrico C. Santos (story), Olivia M. Lamasan (screenplay), Enrico C. Santos (screenplay)
With barely anything to live for, Emman Toledo (Aga Muhlach), a former dancer, is just about to start his life all over again. He holds the good memories of his past dearly, knowing he will... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pam W (au) wrote: Best movie I've seen in a long time!
Ken F (nl) wrote: I LOVED this movie. Why isn't it rated higher????????!!!!
Cecily B (jp) wrote: I actually really liked this movie, it was seriously twisted but a great story, at the time i watched it a lot of the cop/medical shows on that week were all about human trafficking, very distubing fact in this world. This movie makes you more cautious if not anything else. Pretty decent acting and overall a must see..
Jacob G (de) wrote: Possibly the worst sequel to an animated movie ever
Donna C (kr) wrote: style over substance? hell yeah. but the opening credits rock, and asano tadanobu could be sitting in a chair for 2 hours and I would watch it.
Charles P (it) wrote: With the structure of a straightforward, nimble rom-com, Four Weddings and a Funeral is more so an intelligent portrayal of a bachelor afraid of commitment.
Issac L (jp) wrote: My second film of Derek Jarman, his feature-length debut co-directed with Paul Humfress, it was quite a talking-point and a rousing art film in light of firstly, it speaks entirely in Latin and secondly, the interpretation of the anecdote of Saint Sebastiane was quite a stir and prompted some severe controversy at the time when it being released owing to a blatant male nudity exposure, and it brazenly features many homo-erotic scenes. And afterward, the film's notoriety has never ceased to prevail, especially considering the untimely decease of Derek Jarman. In my instant response, with its gritty fibre, the film bears a resemblance of a dated pornography, an astonishing gambit is the opening dancing sequence of Lindsay Kemp with his troupe, which is both campy and filthy. Soon the film takes a prompt locale changeover to an arid desert where Sebastiane and other soldiers are being exiled, with a non-female premise, the masculinity carries the day, the camera lingers on the sinewy male bodies restlessly (not only Sebastiane, other soldiers are all model-designed male mannequins, maybe an OTT Neil Kennedy could not excluded by a strict criterion), slow-motions are strenuously pressed into service while two soldiers passionately caressing each other in the water. By contrast, the actors are plain numb and wooden, better serving as statues than line-readers which as if the lines are beyond their comprehension, actually the use of Latin is a ballyhoo to the max.For me Derek Jarman has so far become an odd number to appreciate, after a throbbing viewing of CARAVAGGIO (1986, an encouraging 8/10), regrettably, SEBASTIANE backfires much stronger than I would expect, a low 4 out of 10 bursts out of my heart without any wavering, even Brian Eno cannot save it this time.
Dyron W (kr) wrote: While the premise is interesting and Tim Roth gives a solid comedic performance, Four Rooms is an entertaining, albeit uneven and inconsistent anthology film with some bizzare vignettes do not mess well. However, the film takes off with its third story and one saving grace: Robert Rodriguez's darkly funny short story "The Misbehavers".
David L (ru) wrote: Altogether pretty shoddy really, especially the acting performance of the token bimbo girl. It started off quite well with a good introduction of characters but lost the plot midway through and then started taking the mickey out of itself at the end. It was like the script writer became increasingly drunk as he wrote the storyline. Some of the banter between the characters was quite witty (but typically American) and there was a lot of excessive blood used in the death scenes. A few jumpy moments made it a little scary, but it was more of a comedy than a horror film really. I mean, in what other classic horrors do you get some overly camp chinese teenager randomly breaking out into the song 'fame' when being chased by a psychotic maniac?
George M (jp) wrote: Action packed and hilarious. Does what it says on the tin.
Paul M (br) wrote: Classic movie. Action packed and quite funny at times. Arnies acting in this one isnt half bad either.
Dwayne R (es) wrote: Nice twists at the end. Somewhat MI-like. Good suspense.