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GREED

Greed (2022)

Directed by: Yam Laranas


Isang pares ang nagtatago ng yaman

mula sa mapagmasid na publiko.


Gahaman ba sila ?

O nag-iingat lamang ?


The phasing of the story can be off at times. Some scenes are abruptly shown. The fade to black transitions can’t save the noticeable gaps. The shaky camera shots, although intentional, are unnecessary and awful.


There are metaphors that could’ve been utilized further to achieve a stronger impact.


Kulang ang pagkakahubog sa mga karakter mula sa kahirapan patungo sa kapangyarihan. Nakasalalay na lang sa mga aktor kung paano nila ito gagawan ng atake.


Good thing the actors are reliable.


Nadine Lustre didn’t disappoint with her comeback performance. She puts her own effort to shape the character of Kichi, from her enunciation to facial expressions.


Diego Loyzaga captures the essence of greed with his portrayal. Epy Quizon’s unpredictable character and creepy acting make him a relentless antagonist. Props also to the Lotto Seller Joseph Villanueva who created memorable moments despite brief appearance.


The performances of the actors are eerie and effective. The scoring adds thrill to the scenes. The plot is gripping. You’ll follow their journey, thinking what’s going to happen next till it ends.


Nakaabang ka

kung ano ang kaya nilang gawin

sa ngalan ng yaman.


Gaano ba kasakim ang isang tao ?


Handa ka bang manloko

para makuha ang gusto mo ?


GREED

⭐️⭐️⭐️


Cast: Nadine Lustre, Diego Loyzaga, Epy Quizon

Presented by: Viva Films, Mesh Lab

Date Released: March 16, 2022 via Vivamax Plus

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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