A provocative thriller that will surely raise the fear in you. Proving that no one, not even DEATH can separate us from the living. A story that conquers the old adage "till death do us ... See full summary »

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A provocative thriller that will surely raise the fear in you. Proving that no one, not even DEATH can separate us from the living. A story that conquers the old adage "till death do us part", Roman (Oyo Boy Sotto) dies in a car accident. In a restless and unforgiving state he continues to prove his affection for girlfriend Joyce (Angel Locsin) . He then decides to embark in an intrepid and malevolent journey in order to keep Joyce. Joyce then began receiving hair raising text messages and even gets "death photos" of people close to her, including that of her current beau Alex (Dennis Trillo). She ignores these at first, but when the deaths happen under the exact circumstances at which they were predicted, she realizes she must fight the evil behind all these to protect her loved ones from this supernatural force. Written by Anonymous

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screwy ending
10 December 2006 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

why does this movie remind me of one missed call?? oh yeah, the moving mms part. and pretty much everything else.

BUT! for a Filipino horror movie, it was above average. finally, something different. most Filipino horror movies include abandoned houses, lost travelers, vases... you get the picture. and the movie seems timely, what with the Philippines being the so-called 'texting capital of the world' rage, but it won't be enough to scare the pants off of people. still, i liked it, it was definitely better than what? sukob... then again, maybe it's because i don't see Kris Aquino as an actress. but, *hooray!* for Angel Locsin on this one.

although... TXT isn't really the kind of movie you'd pay to watch again. there wasn't really any 'scare factor', more of a 'surprise factor' that creeps up to you when you least expect it.

BUT! again, why did they botch the ending?? it made me laugh so friggin' hard, i forgot i was watching a horror movie!

...then again, there would always be part in horror movies that make me laugh. O_o


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