Babel

I didn’t find it interesting in the beginning. Arabs talking scene blah blah blah! But I got nothing to do that night so I continued watching. No regrets! It’s absolutely a nice story. Something different.
I raise my two thumbs up for this film! A film set in 4 different countries could be confusing including the twists and turns of the story. But they had showed it well…

I suggest that you watch this!

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2 Comments

  1. Oh great! Another Babel fan. I saw Babel about two months ago. Emotionally harrowing, I must admit, but the concept is great. Intertwined lives of people who never even met.

    But then, of course, I may be biased because I’m such a Brad Pitt fan. 😛

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  2. It wasn’t my intention to watch it. Wala lang magawa. It was lying there at home for days maybe, when I saw the title, it didn’t interest me. Nagbe-base kasi ako sa titles minsan. Pag tunog action or fiction, I won’t waste my time.

    Buti na lang tinuloy ko panonood!

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