By Heinrich Domingo
In the famous words of Chef Gusteau in our Disney-favorite Ratatouille, “not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere.” Anyone has the chance to create good films but not all those who try can create one. Actor turned director Mike Magat is laudable for courageously joining the director’s club. After all, filmmaking is exclusive for the brave of hearts. Yet, it seems like his audience have to pay for his inexperience. His film Isang Hakbang joins the rank of the worst films made last year.