Wednesday, September 11, 2013

On the Job

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Job_%282013_film%29
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Two prison inmates are tasked with high-profile assassinations in exchange for cash and reduced sentences. The modus operandi is to get them out of their jail cells, have them do the dirty work, and put them back in before anyone notices. As Tatang (Joel Torre) gets ready for his retirement, which comes in the form of a parole, he grooms his successor Daniel (Gerald Anderson) for a life of cold-blooded murder. However, things do not go according to plan as the unlikely team-up between PNP sergeant Joaquin Acosta (Joey Marquez) and NBI agent Francis Coronel (Piolo Pascual) starts to get hot on their trail. A long game of cat and mouse ensues between the two pairs, but little do they know that they are just mere pawns in a bigger game of chess among the country’s corrupt top honchos, who would do everything in their power to protect their own interests.

Monday, September 2, 2013

The Conjuring

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Conjuring
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The Perron family move into their lovely new home, unaware of the malevolent entity waiting to pounce on them. The house has had a long history of being haunted by various spirits from different times in the past, although the soul of one woman dating back to the Salem witch trials proves to be the most vengeful. The haunting starts mildly, ranging from childish laughter to playful clapping which cause some harmless disorientation. It does not take long for it, however, to escalate and take a turn for the worse as the children start experiencing physical attacks taking a toll on their sanity. Carolyn (Lili Taylor) decides to enlist the help of Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), two of America’s most renowned paranormal investigators, to help her exorcise the house.

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