Natalie Hart tumodo sa hubaran at aktingan; Xian palaban sa kama
WATCHED”Sin Island” and enjoyed the journey of Kanika (Coleen Garcia), David (Xian Lim) and Tasha (Natalie Hart).
The movie started slowly, with the characters of Xian and Coleen showing perfect love for each other after their wedding. Problem arose when Xian discovered Coleen’s unconsummated affair with a pilot (TJ Trinidad). Flight stewardess kasi dito si Coleen.
The movie took a new turn when Natalie’s character surfaced and in an island she and Xian developed an affair.
“Sin Island” is an intelligent dark comedy which lovers would surely enjoy tomorrow, Valentine’s Day, the movie’s opening day.
First time naming nakapanood ng pelikula na apat na beses nagpalakpakan ang mga tao. The dinner scene was a battle of wit, intelihente ang pakakahabi ng conversation.
What makes the movie a standout is its ability of not being predictable. Bongga ang sauna scene nina Coleen and Natalie, lalo na ‘yung eksena sa car park at sa villa ni Xian. Maging ang bed scene nina Xian at Natalie ay tiyak na pag-uusapan.
Coleen showed dramatic maturity in most of her scenes. Si Xian, hunk na hunk ang body at talagang yummy.
But the biggest revelation is Natalie. While she embodies a palaban demeanor sa mga eksenang hubaran at bed scenes, she showed to all and sundry that she’s got talent in acting.
Her shift of emotion sa ilang eksena nila ni Xian proved that she’s really an actress to reckon with and not just a sexy star.
Natalie is also able to articulate long English lines and at the same time utter jolog lines with ease and distinct clarity. Napakagaling niya sa movie.
Any which way we look at it ay winner ang movie na ito. Winner ang mga linyahan. Winner ang hubaran. Winner ang story at ang pagkakahabi.
The movie is very millennial. It has no pretensions and director Gino Santos weaved a very good tale about relationships and infidelity. Go see the movie as it opens today in cinemas.
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