Movie Review: The Breakup Playlist

The Breakup PlaylistThe Breakup Playlist (2015) Review

Squeezing in melodramatic confrontation scenes makes the characters feel less authentic and less sincere. But the narrative is constructed decently with the usual Star Cinema formula. The Breakup Playlist is better than the recent Star Cinema films but it still provides inappropriate confrontation scenes and clichéd family story lines that prevents it from being genuine.

Pascual and Geronimo did a fine job acting with natural skills in singing. Their chemistry is not as awkward as their age and the soundtrack is good. You can enjoy the film as a whole, it’s just it wasn’t as honest as it wants to be. There’s a lot of sentiments it wants to discuss rather than focus on the beauty and agony in the relationship between the main characters.

The Breakup Playlist is now showing from Star Cinema and Viva Films. Rated PG.

2 Replies to “Movie Review: The Breakup Playlist”

  1. I so agree. That film was good but it could have been so much better. Great soundtrack though. My rating is 3 out of 5. Just like how you wrote it, lately I got disappointed watching Star Cinema films with my 13 yo daughter . Nothing can beat the movies lately of Daniel Padilla- Kathryn Bernardo. That’s our verdict. Still, we are always looking forward to watching Pinoy films. 🙂

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