This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Movie And Book Review In Filipino

2369 words - 10 pages

Movie Review

Sa

Filipino

Ipinasa kay: Ginang De Guzman
Ipinasa ni: Tamayo, Joie Ann L.

Panimula
Ang "ANAK" ay isang pelikula noong 2000 na handog ng Star Cinema para sa mga OFW (Overseas Filipino workers) sa ibat-ibang dako ng mundo. Sa natatanging pelikula na ito na sumikat sa takilya ay pinagbibidahan nina Vilma Santos at Claudine Baretto. Noong 2000, ang pelikulang ito ang pinakatanyag na pelikula sakasaysayan ng pelikula sa industriyang Pilipino dahil sa laki ng binatak nito satakilya. 
Tauhan
* Vilma Santos as Josie
* Claudine Barretto as Carla
* Joel Torre as Rudy
* Baron Geisler as Michael
* Amy Austria as Lyn
* Cherry Pie Picache as Mercy
* ...view middle of the document...

Lahat ng hirap ay tiniis niya upang makuha man lamang ang atensiyon ng mga anak at sa mga araw na lumilipas ay nakikilala niya ang kanyang mga anak. Nakita niya ang mga bisyo at karanasan ni Carla ang pag-aaral, paninigarilyo, paglalagay ng tattoo, paghihithit ng rugby, panlalalake at paglalaglag ng bata. At marami pang problema ang kanyang kinaharap, ang pagkawala ng iskolarship ni Michael na siya pa namang pinakamatalino sa kanyang mga anak, nabangga pa ang taksing pinundar niya at iniwan siya ng isa sa mga kasosyo niya dahil nagastos nito ang perang ibabahagi sana niya.
Si Josie ay nagkaroon ng maraming pagkukulang. Isa siyang masamang ehemplo katulad ng anak niyang si Carla. Ang kanyang paglaki ng walang inang gumagabay sa kanyang tabi ang nagtaboy sa kaniya para magrebelde, ngunit sa kanilang alitang iyon, naintindihan rin ni Carla ang pagmamahal ni Josie sa kanila bagama't malayo siya sa kanilang tabi. At mula sa pangyayaring iyon ay nagbalik-loob si Carla sa kanyang ina at nagpakatino na siya bilang anak at nakatatandang kapatid na siyang gagabay sa mga bata niyang kapatid sa muling pag-alis ng ina.

Aral ng Kwento
Ang pelikulang Anak ay isang magandang palabas para sa ating mga Pilipino. Ito ay nagpapakita ng mga sitwasyong totoong nangyayari sa loob at labas ng bawat pamilyang Pilipino.
                Maraming mga pagpapahalagang moral ang naibahagi ng pelikulang ito. Katulad na lamang ng mga sumusunod:
* Tunay at wagas ang pagmamahal ng ina sa kanyang mga anak.
* Ang Ina ay handang tanggapin at mahalin ang kanyang mga anak maging anu pa man ang mga kamaliang nagawa nito.
* Ang lahat ng tao ay may kakayahang magbago at magbalik-loob sa tamang landas.
* Ang lahat ng tao ay may dahilan kung bakit sila ay nagsasakripisyo para sa ibang tao.
* Ang pagpapakatatag ng tao sa pagharap sa kanyang mga problema ay mahalaga upang malagpasan ang mga pasakit ng buhay.

                Ang mga aral na iyan ay dapat taglayin ng bawat isa sa atin dahil ang mga iyan ay makatutulong sa atin upang mapagtagumpayan natin ang ating mga buhay. Hindi lamang iyan gayundin ang mga simpleng aral na makikita pa rin sa loob ng pelikula ay makatutulong din. Ang mga aral na makikita ay base sa paraan ng ating pagtingin sa buhay.

Pangwakas
Ang pelikulang Anak ay isang palabas na sadyang masasabi nating kayamanan sa industriya ng larangan ng pelikulang gawa ng mga Pilipino. Ako ay lubhang humanga sa galing ng mga taong nagsiganap sa pelikulang ito kaya ganun na lamang ang pagpapahalaga ko sa pelikulang ito.
Ang takbo rin ng istorya nito ay aking naibigan sapagkat napakamakatotohanan ng bawat pangyayari rito. Ang pagbibigay ng damdamin ng mga tauhan sa kanilang mga karakter ay masasabi ko rin talagang makatotohanan na tila bagay sila talaga ang nasa ganoong sitwasyon ng buhay.
             Maliban naman sa ganda ng kwento at galing ng mga tauhan, nagustuhan ko din ang paraan ng pagkakagawa nito. Simple lamang ang pagkakabuo ng...

Other Papers Like Movie and Book Review in Filipino

Comparative Essay, Book And Movie , One Flew Over The Coochoos Nes. Book/Movie

793 words - 4 pages EssayComparison of Book and Movie 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest is a book written by Ken Kesey to accomplish a certain mood within it's chapters. The feelings and moods given in the book differ greatly from those in the movie because of multiple changes in character development. Each and every time a movie is produced from a book, the producers are forced to change parts of the story in order to suit the

Dibs in Search of Self: Book Review

538 words - 3 pages Dibs attends school regularly. He always relies on his teachers to help him take off his hat and coat for him in the mornings and then goes off in his own corner and either crawls under a table or looks at a book. Dibs does not talk and prefers to be alone and he attacks the other children if they approach him. His New York background is upper class and wealthy, but at home he is often locked in his room as he is mute, unmanageable, and an

Thinking Fast And Slow Book Review

756 words - 4 pages The book that I chose for this book review is Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. He is an Israeli-American psychologist and winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. He is notable for his work on the psychology of judgment and decision-making, behavioral economics and hedonic psychology. The main thesis of the book is quite simple. When judging the world around us, we use two mental systems: Fast and Slow. The Fast system

Dating and Single Parent Book Review

1670 words - 7 pages Christians, for the most part there are topics that must be addressed regardless of spiritual affiliation. Deal (2012), covered issues from first time date and ends with renewed nuptials or reconciliation of old marriages. Most couples never discuss many of the topics addressed in the book, and there is a clear connection for couples that avoided dealing with particular areas until after marriage. Dating and the Single Parent is a monumental breakthrough

The Movie, Book, and Play of the Puritans

626 words - 3 pages Christopher Townsend 11/20/07 Period 8th U.S. History The Movie, Book, and Play of the Puritans Who are the puritans? The puritans are church members who wanted to “purify” or reform the Church of New England. They traveled from England (Great Britain) to North America in 1620 to escape religious persecution. They created New England, where John Winthrop would be there first governor. You have many versions that tell you stories of the

Book Review: Knowing Christ in the Old Testament

2549 words - 11 pages LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Book Review: Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament Submitted to Dr. Homer Heater, Professor of Biblical Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of OBST 515 –D11 Old Testament Orientation I by Wuan D. Miller November 29, 2014 Introduction Christopher J. H. Right, author Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament, is an Anglican

12 Angry Men Critical Analysis - Differences And Similarities Between The Book And The Movie

1116 words - 5 pages in the film. Juror 8’s calmness and quietness seems to show that he is confident about the verdict and that he can convince Juror 3 that the boy is innocent. The final similarity being discussed will be about how Juror 3’s tone of voice affected the reader’s inference of his character. In the play the playwright’s directions for Juror 3 are mostly “loudly” or “shouting.” The same is in the movie. Juror 3

Oscar Paper. Review of a movie that won the Ocsar in the past

546 words - 3 pages controversy of the film. The director, Robert Zemeckis was credited for his role in making the movie as entertaining and real in comparison to reading the book. He brought out a lot of historical events and special effects to make this movie a memorable and remarkable one.Forrest Gump is based on a novel written by American novelist Winston Groom. The novel was adapted for the movie by American screenwriter Eric Roth and directed by Robert Zemeckis. The

Review Of The Movie The Breakfast Club. Talks About Main Message And Filmography. Contains Specific Examples

1031 words - 5 pages The Breakfast ClubFilm ReviewThe Breakfast Club is a movie made in the 80's about 5 very different teenagers who are forced to spend the day in detention. At first, they appear to be judgmental of the others but by the end they learn to respect one another because they aren't so different after all. This movie is still very applicable and popular. The movie is so well received because of the characters, the message and cinematography.The film is

A Book Review Of 'The Prince' By Niccolo` Machiavelli, Explaining, In Particular, What The Book Reveals About Rule Of Law

1065 words - 5 pages 'This Barbarian tyranny stinks in all nostrils' - one of the last lines of 'The Prince', a book written by Niccolo` Machiavelli in 1513, which was primarily intended to serve as a guide to Lorenzo Di Medici's Government to permit Italy to be free of foreign occupation and invasions. Lorenzo did not accept to abide with this guide and this book was later (1959) listed on the Pope's Index of Prohibited Books. Today, 'The Prince', remains one of

Of Mice And Men Essay - Overall Book Review Accounting Characters, Attitudes And Depression

1999 words - 8 pages at the beginning of the book as a big character who is 'as strong as a bull'.Lennie appears in every chapter and the novella revolves around him and what he does. Lennie sluggishly trails behind and is described as an animal "...and he walked heavily, dragging his feet a little, the way a bear drags his paws...Slowly, like a terrier who doesn't want to bring a ball to its master, Lennie approached, drew back, approached again." Lennie also

Related Essays

Movie And Book Review

2043 words - 9 pages Nair and starring Kal Penn as Gogol and Bollywood stars Tabu and Irrfan Khan as his parents. Book Review The Namesake overflows with the subtle grace and dignity of a family forced to make peace with their divided loyalties to India and America. In quiet yet compelling prose, Jhumpa Lahiri portrays the temperaments of the Calcutta-born parents, Ashima and Ashoke Ganguli, a pair tied to their Indian roots, customs and rituals. The traditionally

Book Review On Complexity And Contradictions In Architecture

881 words - 4 pages Tyrek Daniel Professor Genell Anderson History & Theory of Architecture II 2 April 2015 Book Review of Complexity and Contradictions in Architecture Robert Charles Venturi is an American architect, originator principal of the architecture firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates. He is also considered one of the foremost architectural dignitaries in the twentieth century dealing with post-modern architecture. Venturi worked in the field

Film And Book Review: Macbeth

1089 words - 5 pages director shows Macbeth entering the room with full details and he also shows that when Macbeth was about to kill king Duncan, he opened his eyes and saw that Macbeth is going to kill him. Because director mentioned that Duncan saw Macbeth before he killed him, this makes a big difference between play and movie. Paragraph change Even though author in the play never showed the actual murder of king Duncan, but they describe the feeling of Macbeth

Movie Review: Sex And The City

823 words - 4 pages “Sex in the City” “For too long, Carrie Bradshaw had been looking for love in all the wrong places, but in all the right shoes” (the movie). This movie has to be one of my favorites because it shows how men will come and go in a woman's life, but girl friends will always be there. The director of this movie is Micheal Patrick King. The main charcters in the movie is Chris Noth as “Big”,Sarah Jessica Parker as “Carrie Bradshawâ