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FOUR SISTERS BEFORE THE WEDDING

Four Sisters Before The Wedding (2020)

Directed by: Mae Cruz-Alviar


Apat na magkakapatid ang nahaharap sa iba’t ibang problema na syang susukat sa tibay ng kanilang pamilya.


Hindi mahirap mahalin ang pamilyang ito, dahil minsan mo na silang nakilala.


Nakakatawa ang mga linya ni CHARLIE. Pero yung boses nya, hindi swak sa comedy. Pag nagsasalita sya nang seryoso, dun sya mas nakakadala.


ALEXA was on point with her portrayal. She effortlessly exudes the prim and proper behavior. You can feel her sincerity in every scene. Bagay sa kanya ang role.


Naibibigay ni GILLIAN ang sapat na kakulitan sa eksena. Ngunit kulang pagdating sa angas at lalim ng galit.


BELLE was believable. Her innocence and youthfulness contributed to her character. CLARENCE lacked that sweetness and charm of a young brother, but not a major distraction.


Individually, some did great and some needs improvement. As a whole, they worked together as a family. Whenever there’s a confrontation or an emotional scene, you can feel the tension and the drama.


Andaming problema ang ibinato sa kanila. Sa dami ng kaguluhan, hindi nila natalakay nang maayos ang bawat isa. Sa dami ng kaganapan, hindi nagkaroon ng sapat na oras para mas makilala mo ang bawat karakter nang lubusan.


This movie has numerous subplots and problems, but they only have a limited screen time. In effect, the resolution didn’t come as natural and smooth as it should be. Naging mabilis at pilit ang ilang eksena para matapos lahat ng nasimulan nila.


Umasa ang palabas nato sa naunang pelikula. Most lines were said just because they were present on the first film, but it was uncalled for or it needs more supporting scenes.


The insertion of “Rebisco” can get too repetitive. They keep showing biscuits, even if the scenes don’t need it. The value of it got lost, since they used it more as props and product placements rather than a thoughtful gesture.


Overall, they showed how’s family like. The ensemble cast would pass as one big family. The rapport of the four sisters is evident. Given the right direction and screenplay, this movie could’ve blossomed more—without having to heavily rely on the first film.


FOUR SISTERS BEFORE THE WEDDING

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Cast: Charlie Dizon, Alexa Ilacad, Gillian Vicencio, Belle Mariano, Clarence Delgado, Carmina Villaroel, Dominic Ochoa, Irma Adlawan, Jameson Blake, Joao Constancia, Kakai Bautista, Cai Cortez, Shaina Magdayao, Angel Locsin, Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga

Presented by: Star Cinema, CineXpress

Date Released: December 11, 2020 via ktx.ph

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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