rej_miller18 wrote: »
My take on [highlight]Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow[/highlight]
First, I have to ask kung ganun ba talaga ang texture ng pelikula. Hindi kasi siya glossy on most parts. If it is, then medyo minus points siya sa visual appeal (sa SM City Cebu ako nanood). I think the lighting and ang rehistro ng cast on the final output can still be improved. I found some of the shots grainy. I'm no film director and I don't have the background but as a viewer, I know a good film shot when I see one.Matino ang movie and the story was simple and easy to relate to. Kunsabagay, we all have issues/experiences when it comes to moving on and keeping secrets.Maricel shone on this movie! Andami nyang dramatic highlights. Very memorable yung confrontation scene nya kay Carla sa ospital and that scene na hawak nya ang Ipad ng anak nya. [highlight]Those moments gave us the Maricel who's brilliant in tackling the drama genre.[/highlight]
While I am not fully (operative word is fully) convinced on Maricel's take on her role as a network head/executive, there's no question na magaling siya in tackling the roles of a mother and an ex-wife na di pa nakapagmove on.I have to commend Mother Lily and director Jun Lana for gathering and directing respectively stars who did justice to their given roles.
I have to commend newcomer Eula Caballero. I sense fire. She's one of those newcomers na ramdam na ramdam mo na gusto ang ginagawa nila and would like to be better at what they do.Overall, nagustuhan ko ang movie. It's not the best local family drama I have seen but it's one movie I wouldn't have hesitations on recommending.RATING: 8/10