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STEAL

STEAL (2021)

Directed by: Bona Fajardo


4 girls steal a valuable item to solve their money problems.


Their motive to commit a crime was weakly established. Their backstory was poorly shared. Their action plan is amateurish.


There’s no chemistry present among the girls. Their characters are very uninspiring.


People keep showing out of nowhere. They suddenly pop up at the end of the street and something abruptly happens. Scenes just appear with no decent flow.


The execution has no life. Even if they are stealing or fighting, you won’t get scared for them. There’s no tension and thrill. There’s no excitement and entertainment.


Hindi okay umarte ang karamihan sa mga artista. Hindi kapani-paniwala ang kanilang Japanese accent. Hindi nakakatakot ang mga kontrabida. Hindi nakakadala ang mga bida.


Hindi mo kayang seryosohin ang palabas na ito.


Sayang ang ganda ng Japan, dahil hindi naman ito nagamit nang lubusan. Hindi nagkaroon ng saysay kung bakit duon ang napili nilang lugar.


Nakaasar din ang mga pahabol na rebelasyon sa dulo. Masyadong pinilit isingit para magkaroon ng kabuluhan ang kanilang samahan at ang kanilang ginagawa.


Ang tanging nagawa lang nila ay nakawin ang isa’t kahalating oras ng ating buhay sa panunuod ng pelikulang ito.


STEAL

Rating: 0/5


Cast: Meg Imperial, Ella Cruz, Jennifer Lee, Nathalie Hart, Andrew Muhlach, Guji Lorenzana

Presented by: Viva Films, BlueArt Productions, Kitakyushu Film Commission

Cinema Release: January 22, 2021 via select PH cinemas

Online Release: April 2, 2021 via Vivamax

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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