i think i've seen this film before and i didn't like the ending
there is no reason to doubt lmm's genius, but then he proceeds to direct a film and just proves how amazing he is :( great storytelling and cinematography. andrew garfield singing is chef's kiss. loved the broadway easter eggs. realized how much i've missed musicals.
lmm really does the "write like you're running out of time" theme so well. this is so beautiful.
Lupit ng mga berso—nakakaturn-off nga lang ung pang-iinsulto sa babaeng underground rapper. Nakakakilabot yung ending na medyo ironic kasi may violence involved pa rin. Tangina ng rape scene as character development device. Overall, I think it was the hiphop aspect that truly got me engaged. Kinda iffy about the film effectively delivering its political message. I feel like may unused potential pa.
Pero iisa lang naman ang deserving ng hate sa lahat ng 'to, kaya naman pasismo, biguin!
There's always something about a WKW film that evokes loneliness in ways that cannot be put into words. For now, all I can say is that disconnection is a deceiving thing. No matter how used we think we are to being alone, we will always look for that something, that someone to fill in the gap...because we always rub elbows with people all the time...because we cross paths with different stories everyday...and because we continue to love.