Verdict: Proceed with Caution

Pinoy Rebyu Score: 2.00 (2 ratings)

Genre: Drama

Writer/Director: Carlo Alvarez

Cast: Maui Taylor, Ace Castro, Chris Evert, Ruth Russel, Emil Saldoval

Synopsis: Years ago, Eddie (Ace Castro) left his provincial home and tried to find a better life in Manila. Now, he has just received the news of his mother’s death, two months after she actually passed. Distraught, he returns home with his girlfriend in tow, hoping to find some answers. When he gets to his house, he’s surprised to find that his first love is now living with his younger brother, and that his stepfather has taken charge of the household. As he stays in the house, old passions begin to reignite, even as he becomes witness to his stepfather’s dark secrets. (From Philbert Dy’s review)

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Reviews:

2.5          Cathy Peña (Make Me Blush)

“Director Alvarez is adept, deviceful and capable. And Lamog is a serviceable romp into dysfunctional domestic territory. By maneuvering it from a cabal dramatic feature into a full blown suspense thriller, some narrative elements get unhinged.” (Read full review)

1.5          Philbert Dy (Click the City)

“There’s plenty of style to be found in Lamog, though most of it goes to waste. The film does look pretty good, with its deep lensing and elegant camera movements. But that’s pretty much the only thing worth praising in the film. It all but ignores the demands of sound and basic storytelling, in the end producing a picture that comes off confusing in spite of its straightforward plot.” (Read full review)

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