Ang Bagong Dugo

Ang-Bagong-Dugo-movie-posterVerdict: Do Something Else

Pinoy Rebyu Score: 1.83 (3 ratings)

Genre: Action

Director: Val Iglesias

Writer: Angelito San Jose

Cast: Joem Bascon, Mark Gil, Dick Israel, Roi Vinzon, Monsour del Rosario, Alma Concepcion, Efren Reyes

Synopsis: Ang Bagong Dugo kicks off with Anong (Joem Bascon) attempting an assassination in broad daylight. After a brief chase, he’s arrested and sent off to prison. There, he tangles with the goons of the man he tried to kill, and is taken under the wing of Herman (Mark Gil), one of the prison’s most powerful residents. But unbeknownst to all the inmates, Anong has a secret agenda. His imprisonment is all part of an elaborate plot to get revenge against the man who murdered his father years ago. (Click the City)

MTRCB rating: R-16

Running time: 90 mins.



2.0         Oggs Cruz (Rappler)

“It is wildly entertaining, but not in the way that was presumably intended. Intriguingly, it is its missteps and excesses that provide the film most of its enjoyment value.” (Read full review)

2.0         Pinoy Exchange

“While most of the actors in this movie deliver outstanding performances, the plot is shaky and dated at best, comedic at its worst… Unfortunately, Ang Bagong Dugo won’t usher in the renaissance they were hoping for.” (Read full review)

1.5         Philbert Dy (Click the City)

“There are moments where the film seems utterly convinced of its own pathos. But in the end, it’s all just really, really dumb. At best, the movie is a laughable attempt to recreate some of the goofy magic of 90s local action cinema. It’s often much worse than that, however.”  (Read full review)

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