Amidst the vast sugar plantations of Negros in Southern Philippines, a matriarch lies in the throes of death. The news of the impending death of this beloved social figure spreads among the community and her children come home to deal with the crisis. As they come together, they are forced to confront the issues of inheritance, tradition and the family legacy. It is a familiar tale. After all, every family has its story. And to each one, its own deserved secrets.
Well mama wasn't what I call a horror, if I'm honest I was quite bored watching it, I like horrors that use amazing camera angles and suspense to capture you and make you sit on the end of your seat think "OMG what's going to happen next" I'm afraid mama just didn't do that for me, don't get me wrong it was a good movie for what it's worth, I do have to say there was a few movie mistakes in it, every time it was meant to be dark at night, it was always light outside through the windows and that just really bugged me, I wasn't too badly directed, I didn't really like the ending if I'm honest just sort of ended and that was it, this isn't one of my best reviews, if you've never seen this film, don't prepare yourself for a A class horror, is more of a C class horror, the sorta horror that you'd watch while eating your tea or something like that... all in all meh not bad
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