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Discussion in 'Media and content' started by Adarna, Jan 7, 2016.
^But better than Bright, The Cloverfield Paradox and Mute combined...
Who've seen this? I fell asleep the first 20 mins. Is it worth to watch the entire film?
^We both fell asleep...
It wasn't thought provoking as I thought it should be. I call it a 'Meh'.
But this one was better, kindly saying...The Shimmer, that is
The Female Expendables, so true to the word...
I actually liked The Outsider more than Annihilation.
The former was a nice surprise since I didn't any buzz about it.
The latter was so hyped that I expected a lot from it.
Some categories are empty as usual because of our region.
Anybody watching Jessica Jones Season 2 here? Finished 2 Episodes. Zzzzz. Total snooze fest. What’s happening to Netflix MCU. First Iron Fist now this.
^The Defenders was better even if it were a limited series...JJ2 is basically not as spunky as the first season,same with Luke Cage and Iron Fist...only Daredevil deserves its 2nd season...
Now if they can only bring back TD for another limited series rather than solo serials...well
The Punisher S1 is almost as good as DD S1. Looking forward to Season 2.
Cannes-winning filmmaker Brillante Ma Mendoza’s 12-part series on the drug war, “Amo,” scores a deal with Netflix, the world’s leading internet-based entertainment company.
“The great thing about this new development is that we can now expand our audience for Filipino movies and TV series,” Mendoza told the Inquirer. “Foreign viewers will get acquainted with our stories and culture on a different platform—beyond the film festival circuit.”
Mendoza’s series was initially set to premiere on TV5 last Aug. 25. But since TV5 joined forces with ESPN late last year, reinventing itself as a sports channel, “Amo” has found itself a more suitable home in Netflix—which is renowned for such hits as “House of Cards,” “Black Mirror,” “The Crown” and “Stranger Things.”
Read more: http://entertainment.inquirer.net/266288/netflix-bags-brillantes-amo#ixzz5ABrlGGgF
The opening scene in "Amo" starts with the lady dropping tomatoes in the market as officer Derek pursues a cam-cording pirate.
JJ S2 didn't have much source materials to go with so it seemed evident that their writers are not so good at conceptualizing original story lines.
All woman direction is welcome, just get better female directors next time.
They should get the right directors regardless of gender period.
I was going to say that but "men's right" is not a thing and feminism and sexism is really a touchy topic.
^ Thanks for saying it.
Back on topic, gave JJ s2 a chance... up until episode 5.
A couple of days ago, I was just thinking about how great it would be to have a Netflix Original or 2 being made in the PH. Looking forward to Amo.
...which makes me think... whatever happened to OTJ the TV series that was supposed to go up on Hooq?