Thursday, 12 June 2014

Movie Review: Da Possessed

The mother-reliant and weakling Ramon (Vhong Navarro) is forced to work as a landscape artist to pay off their family’s debt. In his work field, he meets the lovable femme fatal boss Anna (Solenn Heussaff), who he falls in love head over heels with. Working hard as he tries to impress, Ramon unknowingly digs the graveyard of three victims of injustice whose souls begin to haunt and possess Ramon’s body for vengeance; thus ruining his courtship and eventual relationship with Anna. Meanwhile, to prove the purest of his intentions, Ramon needs to stand up for Anna against her father Don Demetrio (Joey Marquez) who is a syndicate leader. But because of Ramon’s cowardice, this comes as a major challenge, on top of the disturbance brought by the three ghosts headed by Kemerut (John Lapus). As Ramon tries to solve the mystery behind these hauntings, he discovers that ghosts are trying to revenge against Don Demetrio. Ramon, in able to save himself from the possession was compelled to work with the ghosts who are seeking for justice. As Ramon struggles to fight for love and justice, he also learns the true meaning of courage which leads him into peacefully serving justice to the three ghosts and at the same time, save himself and Anna from the impending danger that Don Demetrio poses on them.

The movie is funny as it is expected to be. Malaking tulong pa na mahuhusay ang lahat ng mga artista sa pelikula at mga natural na comedian. For Vhong Navarro na sustain niya ang husay niya sa pagpapatawa and he has his own style of comedy. Si Solen naman ay game na game sa pagiging baliw ng character niya sa pelikula and she’s been able to pull it up. Editing, screenplay and direction of the film is also good. The film will make you scare and laugh out loud at the same time.

My Verdict: 3/5

1 comment:

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