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Movie Review: LSS

As much as I wanted to like this film, LSS was just disappointing. The narrative had potential despite being familiar and generic, but the execution was incredibly problematic. The direction felt sloppy, the editing was flawed - there were no continuity in some of its sequences and some of the timeline and passage of time was quite confusing - the dubbing of some of the vocal performances were pretty obvious, there were some strange camera shot choices, and the acting performances went from decent to awkward to embarrassing really fast. Thank God to the phenomenal Tuesday Vargas, who stole every scene she was in. Khalil Ramos was unevenly good, but Gabbi Garcia can't act to save her life. Oh, and don't get me started with Ben&Ben's acting - they really should stick to singing. LSS had the potential to be really good, but it was just that. Potential.

Sidenote: I know that Gabbi's character kept on saying that she worked hard to be a successful musician, but other than her singing in a park on top of a mall and stalking Ben&Ben, we didn't get to see that "hardwork" or struggle. Hence, her "success" towards the end hardly felt earned. It would've been an interesting story/movie if she didn't get what she wanted and face the harsh reality that passion can't always put food to the table.

(That's for the outstanding Tuesday Vargas)
Movie Review: LSS Reviewed by DAM on 5:23 PM Rating: 5

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