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HOSTO

Hosto (Vivamax 2023) Directed by: Jao Daniel Elamparo


The movie’s title is “Hosto” which means a male nightclub entertainer in Japan. It is 1.5 hours long, but 55 minutes have already passed and still no Hosto.


It takes a very long and boring introduction for them to get there. And when they finally arrived there, it’s not even worth the wait. The topic was not given justice and importance.


Kung gagawing pamagat ang hosto, siguraduhing pag-uusapan talaga ito. Hindi yung isinantabi na lang. May ibang paksa rin silang inilagay, pero dinaanan lang nila. Nakuntento sila sa isa o dalawang eksena lang. Hindi na napagtuunan ng pansin.


Maayos ang hitsura ng pelikula. Pero hindi naman nakaka-bilib at hindi nakakadala ang mga eksena.


The journey of the main character is not gripping. It bombards you with all of his problems, but you cannot feel its weight. The execution is lifeless and heartless.


Vince Rillon’s acting is underwhelming, lacking emotional connection to his family. The convincing actors for this movie are Denise Esteban, Angela Morena, and Jay Manalo.


The screenplay is giving nothing. The scenes are not enough to tell a story, so they have to put voiceovers at the beginning and at the end of the movie to summarize what this is all about—which is not about Hosto.


Husto na.


HOSTO

⭐️ Cast: Vince Rillon, Angela Morena, Ali Asistio, Denise Esteban, Jay Manalo Presented by: CenterStage Productions Date Released: June 16, 2023 via Vivamax A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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