Feng Shui

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"Who can refuse good luck?"
  • TV-14
  • 2004
  • 1 hr 48 min
  • 6.5  (996)

In the movie Feng Shui, Kris Aquino plays Joy, a married mother who is struggling to make ends meet. She works hard to support her family by selling jewelry at the local market. One day, she comes across a simple wood carving of a "Bagua" mirror, a traditional Chinese talisman that brings good luck and fortune. Joy immediately takes a liking to the mirror and decides to take it home with her.

After Joy puts the Bagua mirror on her wall, strange things begin to occur. Her family's financial struggles start to disappear and they begin to experience good fortune. But with good luck comes the bad, as Joy and her family start to experience a series of unexplainable and frightening events. Joy realizes that the Bagua mirror holds a curse that puts her and her family in grave danger.

With the help of a Feng Shui expert (played by Jay Manalo), Joy begins to unravel the mystery behind the curse and tries to find a way to break it before it's too late. In the process, she discovers the dark secrets of her home and the history behind the Bagua mirror.

Throughout the movie, Joy has to deal with terrifying nightmares and ghostly apparitions, all while trying to keep her family safe. The tension builds as she uncovers more and more about the true nature of the curse and the sinister forces that are behind it.

Feng Shui is a unique and intriguing horror movie that combines the traditional Chinese practice of Feng Shui with supernatural elements. It explores the idea of how objects and spaces can hold negative energy, and how that energy can affect those around it. The movie also deals with themes of greed, jealousy, and the consequences of seeking good fortune at any cost.

The performances of the cast, particularly Kris Aquino and Jay Manalo, are stellar. Aquino delivers a convincing portrayal of a mother who will do anything to protect her family, while Manalo's character adds a layer of depth and mystique to the story.

The cinematography is also impressive, with stunning shots of Manila and its vibrant culture. The movie makes great use of the Filipino folklore surrounding the Bagua mirror, which adds to the authenticity of the story.

In conclusion, Feng Shui is a must-watch for horror and supernatural fans. It's a unique take on the genre that blends traditional Chinese beliefs with a modern setting. The film delivers an eerie and suspenseful experience that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Feng Shui is a 2004 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 48 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

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  • Release Date
    2004
  • MPAA Rating
    TV-14
  • Runtime
    1 hr 48 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (996)