Shake, Rattle and Roll 14 : The Invasion is a 2012 science fiction horror film directed by Chito S. Roño. The film stars an ensemble casts including Janice de Belen, Herbert Bautista, Dennis Trillo, Lovi Poe, Paulo Avelino, Martin Escudero and Vhong Navarro. The film was produced by Regal Entertainment, Inc. The film is an official entry in the Metro Manila Film Festival and the film's scheduled release is on December 25, 2012 in Philippine Cinemas nationwide. This fourteenth installment also serves as the Most Independent throughout the entire series for its sole director, Chito S. Roño. This Installment features the comeback of Janice de Belen and Herbert Bautista which both starred in past Shake, Rattle and Roll installments, especially Shake, Rattle and Roll I which included both of them but in different episodes.
Writer:Ricardo Lee (screenplay), Rody Vera (screenplay), Roy Iglesias (screenplay), Chito S. Roño (story)
Critically acclaimed director Chito S. Roño embarks on creating the three episodes titled: Pamana, Lost Command and Unwanted. Graded A by the Cinema Evaluation Board, Chito S. Roño elevates... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Curtis E (nl) wrote: If Want A Movie Full Of Scares. Its For You :D
Nathan S (it) wrote: Perfect title.... for a horrible, awful movie.
Dave C (ag) wrote: Very enlightening peek into the electronic voting arena. Everyone who votes should watch this. Everyone who cares about their freedom should be concerned.
Jean A (ca) wrote: Lol this movie is so weird and yet too funny! You must see it and judge it you might like it or hate it? Haha
Sylvie P (ru) wrote: j'ai ador dette ! lol !! je l'ai vu 4 fois
James H (jp) wrote: An extremely charming sequel that completely re-hyped the franchise. Rocky Balboa deals with the loss of Adrian beautifully while also making the characters from the original films just as likeable and influential while adding a few new ones. We actually understand the opponents motivations for once as well as it isn't just money. Furthermore, it's great to watch Rocky kick arse one more time. Even if he is in his 50s.
Nader H (it) wrote: A pretty well done directorial debut for Thomas Jane in the vein of Tales of the Crypt.It also has one of the most impressive tracking shots I've ever seen on film.
Tim S (gb) wrote: This was so much better than I ever could have expected it to be. Anyone with half of a heart would have guessed they wound up together at the end, but it didn't stop me from having to smile so big. I wish I had someone to recommend it to!
Jason F (au) wrote: Great work from Meryl, as always, but otherwise, I didn't care for it.
Ian R (ru) wrote: Seagal as an archeologist...??? ummm... ok. This gets a little convoluted but has a few decent action scenes... the overdubbed voice of Seagal sounds nothing like him though. Forgettable and not really worth anyone's time.
Michael F (br) wrote: A fun little sci-fi flick of time travel. It completely brings you back to the late 80s as far as design, budget and art direction are concerned. The last line of the movie is LOL worthy.
Neil O (es) wrote: Wonderful 'gaslight' melodrama with Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons set in the fog-shrouded streets of Victorian London. The plot is full of shocking twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the very last moments.
James B (gb) wrote: Laura Dern did a great job as the protagonist, but the end was bad and insulting.
Rob W (jp) wrote: spooky, creepy good old fashioned horror movie complete w mother daughter casting who are closer to sisters than mother daughter