Haliparot (Mana sa Ina)

Verdict: Avoid at All Costs

Pinoy Rebyu Score: 1.00 (2 ratings)

Genre: Sexy, Drama

Director: Noli S. Salvador

Writers: Mhai Salvador, Melvin Salvador

Cast: Lucia Legarda, Anya Soler, Daniel Fernando, Miguel Ramirez, Lucas Leonardo, Jerson de Rojas, Jeremy Ian

Synopsis: Haliparot (Mana Sa Ina) explores the lives of sisters Karen and Leslie (Lucia Legarda and Anya Soler) who grew up from a troublesome past. Their mother was caught sleeping with her paramour (her erstwhile first love, and possibly the father of one of the girls). At the constant prodding of a concerned kumpare (an old police man), their father (Lucas Leonardo) finds them canoodling, eventually resulting to a blood bath. (From Cathy Peña’s review)

Trailer: None available


1.0          Ria Limjap (Spot.ph)

Haliparot was truly awful—shot in the style of bad movies from the 80’s coupled with the digital aesthetic—but it was also undeniably funny (in some parts) mostly because of the super campy dialogue.” (Read full review)

1.0          Cathy Peña (Make Me Blush)

“Most of these narrative strings are loosely pieced together thus imparting a feeling of incongruence. In fact, many of the situations are hair-pullingly annoying, you’d wish you were there to point out the obvious.” (Read full review)

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