2016, action, Antonette Taus, Benjie Paras, Bob ong, Candy Pangilinan, Christine Reyes, comedy, Herbert Bautista, Horror, Jason Gainza, Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin, Maricel Soriano, Movie review, Paolo Ballesteros, parody, philippine cinema, philippines, romance, viva films
By Heinrich Domingo
Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin brings to the big screen a myriad of tales mocking the rotting aspects of Philippine cinema. Its imitation is flattering. But as it further immerses itself into the quicksand of clichés, expected endings, and unconvincing editing, it loses its grip on its real purpose. The film ironically ended to be just like the materials it ridiculed and laughed at.