Nico's hundrum daily existence simply cannot compete with the fantasy life he leads the world's most popular MMORPG METANOIA, as the swashbuckling vagabond Zero, together with his companions: the spiritist Mang Ernie, renegade chi-master K'mao, apprentice weapon-smith Sumpak, folk hero Ahdonis and the beast master Cassandra, they explore Metanoia's vast virtual landscape in search of untold on-line fortune and glory! As the malevolent force surfaces and threatens to destroy everything they hold precious, the fate of two worlds rests upon the shoulder of one very unlikely champion. One who must first find way to burst out of his shell and discover the true hero within-before it's too late!
Writer:Luis C. Suarez (story), Luis C. Suarez (screenplay), Jade Castro (screenplay), Tey Clamor (screenplay)
Nico's (Played byZaijan Jaranilla) hundrum daily existence simply cannot compete with the fantasy life he leads the world's most popular MMORPG—METANOIA, as the swashbuckling vagabond Zero, together with his companions: the spiritist Mang Ernie (Jairus Aquino), renegade chi-master K'mao, apprentice weapon-smith Sumpak (Aaron Junatas), folk hero Ahdonis (Basty Alcances) and the beast master Cassandra (Mika Dela Cruz), they explore Metanoia's vast virtual landscape in search of untold on-line fortune and glory! As the malevolent force surfaces and threatens to destroy everything they hold precious, the fate of two worlds rests upon the shoulder of one very unlikely champion. One who must first find way to burst out of his shell and discover the true hero within-before it's too late! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Craig W (au) wrote: Big APC and Puscifer fan, big MJK fan and this was pretty damn interesting. the parts where he was on the interesting things show were hilarious, good soundtrack good info on MJK (I am a fan but I didn't know the backstory to Judith etc) was just all in all a really interesting movie. I'm not a wine drinker but I'd love to get a bottle and try what he has created.
Matt B (au) wrote: A fascinating character study with a superb lead performance from Joaquin Phoenix. Very underrated movie.
Brenda R (us) wrote: While I had no problem looking at Shemar, I also enjoyed this movie. Great cast of characters and the plot made for an good thriller!
bonk c (us) wrote: great movie but not as funny on the second viewing and heather graham is not a very good actress but it on par with the first one and falls short to the third one
Jon T (fr) wrote: This feel fresh and is funny. I don't like the very last line of the film, though. It was just cutesy stereotypical rom-com dialogue bullshit. And the director (who plays Jeff) isn't that great of an actor. He's okay for most of it, but during a scene of confrontation you can really see his weaknesses as an actor. The film is definitely worth watching, though.
Don T (us) wrote: It was hard to watch someone take that much abuse, but man did he get some payback and "stick it to the man!"
Dimitri F (es) wrote: 10,00000000,000000,00000 jillion stars
Ashish G (ru) wrote: No horrifying, very much twisty...
Joe S (ca) wrote: A pretty terrible movie. Didn't see the monster as much as I would have liked. Plot was not original. Movie didn't make much sense. The main character reminded me of Simon Pegg a little so that's a plus
Jeff B (fr) wrote: Super times two, this sun-kissed sequel takes everything that worked so superbly in the first film and manages to trim down some - but not all - of the hokiness. Bride of Frankenstein, The Godfather Part II, and The Empire Strikes Back all share the same distinction: According to many, these sequels best their predecessors. Superman II, however, truly one-ups the original. With a story threaded from the superb first chapter through to this slightly more serious adventure, a powerless not-so-Superman battling god-like convicts seeking revenge for the sins of his father makes for one of the most exciting and heartfelt hero tales ever.In this PG-rated sequel to Superman, Superman (Reeve) agrees to sacrifice his powers to start a relationship with Lois Lane (Margot Kidder), unaware that three Kryptonian criminals (Terrence Stamp, et al) he inadvertently released are conquering Earth. Though Richard Donner's fingerprints are all over this ridiculously rousing adventure (the plot of part II gets foretold in the excellent opening of part I), it's Richard Lester (A Hard Day's Night) who gets credited as director. Still, stick with the initial cut (and not the Richard Donner Cut, which was released on DVD in 2006) to get the full impact of General Zod and his cronies laying waste to an America without Superman. Like its forebear, the film is not without its Kryptonite. Some of the humor verges on madcap and the SFX dates poorly.Bottom line: Man of Real Steel
Justin S (ca) wrote: One of the most thought provoking and disturbing films I've ever seen to this day.