Kiko En Lala Review
Kiko en Lala review is coming up and its another local film that opened earlier this week. It stars comedian Super Tekla, Kim Domingo, Derrick Monasterio, AiAi Delas Alas and many more. The film was directed by Adolfo Alix Jr.
Kiko en Lala Trailer
I had high hopes for this film, considering the cast. Super Tekla is one of those names that comes out from the steady stream of Kapamila-heavy feed on social-media. That alone is a feat that needs to be tipped. You don’t get to that level if your parent company doesn’t trust you. So seeing the film and writing this Kiko en Lala review is kind of awkward for me.
So here are some of the good stuff.
There’s loads of potential for Super Tekla as a comedian. This film sees to it to let people know that this person would be a force to be reckoned with with time and proper cultivation.
Supporting characters like Kim Domingo and Derrick Monasterio provide the eye-candy, which is always a good thing. There’s also a bit of fan-service here, so yeah. Go crazy fanboys and fangirls.
The story is fun and there are a few characters that standout, whether by way of writing or through their looks including Kim Domingo.
And now here are SOME of the bad stuff for this Kiko En Lala review:
What the hell was AiAi Delas Alas supposed to do in this movie? Like seriously. I liked her last movie which was Feelennial . What she’s doing here was very confusing…
The film had a lot going on which made the whole experience “kulang”. Like there were somethings that could have been tweaked or polished to make the narrative or the film better.
Lastly, I felt that they underutilized some of the cast members here like Vangie Labalan. Could have worked well if they delegated a specific part of the film where they could throw lines at each other for great comedic effect.
Kiko en Lala Review – Verdict
Here’s to hoping that GMA continues to develop their golden boy to make better movies. Nice try, had a few laughs (which were mostly the old and beaten path in terms of execution and delivery) and a ho-hum story.