There is a difference between indie and mainstream movies. Most indie films find themselves struggling to cater to the taste of mainstream audiences which make up basically 80 percent of moviegoers. After a week of Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino, Jun Lana’s The Panti Sisters, a reunion of sorts for his Die Beautiful collaborators was the… Read More The Panti Sisters: Movie Review
Die beautiful, was beautiful. Beautiful script, beautiful execution, beautiful message. This can’t be said for every film.
All in all, I was a big fan of the screenplay because the truth bombs were tailored like arrows aimed straight at audiences hearts. I was also impressed overall by how the story was told. The consistency of the opening and closing scene was a tear jerking bookend to Trisha’s colorful story and it was just full of love, and purpose and color. Much like her final wish to die beautiful, she was remembered for her beautiful life and her beautiful soul and more than anything, she was surrounded by the people who embraced her as she was — brave, beautiful and filled with love.… Read More Die Beautiful: Movie Review