Monday, October 28, 2013

Chikkaness Review: BEKIKANG - A Hilarious Movie That Dared To Show A Genuine Parenting Style

Get ready for laughs and tears with this latest Wenn Deramas creation that features a talented thespian, Joey Paras. Beki (Joey) acted as the parent of the Fortunato's (Tom Rodriguez) son when the latter chooses to leave for the country to work. Seven years later, Fortunato and wife Natalie (Carla Humphries) bumped into Beki again and this time, they wanted their son back already. 

BEKIKANG is a hilarious movie that dared to touch the parenting style of gays - affectionate and genuinely loving who will go an extra mile to protect his child even at his personal expense. Joey Paras was able to pull it off and he truly deserve this break. He succeeded in connecting with his audience that he made me laugh and cry. The hospital scene was very unforgettable for me. I had chills watching it because of the great acting capacity that Joey provided. 

Tom Rodriguez was endearing. It cannot be denied he's one of the handsome actors that we have today that can truly act and not just flaunt his good looks. 

The film offers your stereotype comedy where gays are present but this is the same style that we like about Deramas creation. Certain parts were a bit slow and unnecessary, but it was a showcase of good ensemble acting. Lassie, Atak, and Nikki Valdez were spectacular in their respective roles as the support system of Beki. 

This is one of the funniest movies I've seen this year, I wouldn't be surprised if this will have a sequel and I couldn't be more excited. Though the ending was somewhat expected already, this is definitely worth watching on the big screen.

Check out the trailer:

Photos courtesy of Bekikang Facebook page.

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