This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Gameboys The Movie had its own artistic merits, but it was a far cry from its predecessor series’ exceptional storytelling.
Tita Susan and Tita Myra didn't feel like characters — they felt like arbitrarily-placed plot devices that were there just to bring up issues. Their places in Gav's life weren't communicated well, which could explain the weird feeling of disconnection I felt with Gav's struggles even in the midst of Kokoy de Santos' impeccable crying scenes.
This feeling of disconnection…