Hancock The Movie

We were invited to the premiere of Hancock the movie in Singapore on Monday night. It was held at Vivocity, and screened on 9PM.

There, we saw familiar TV faces like Randall Tan, alongside with wife Melody Chen, and the Power 98 DJs Jensen, Harry and our mentor Mario Ocampo Lajarca Jr. (quite a mouthful).

We bumped into CTV’s Daniel and Mr. Foo (so quiet nowadays) too.
In a nutshell, Hancock is not your average superhero who saves the world and the neighbourhood and well-liked by the people. On the contrary, the citizens hates him for his cockiness and arrogance that the Goverment decided to put him behind bars. On an occasion where Hancock saves a (useless) PR man from a train accident, he decided to help Hancock – to change his entire image.

It turns out that the PR’s wife was Hancock’s ex wife and they are of the same kind of  species with special power. The story ends with a twist, where Hancock learns humility and let his ex wife be together with the PR man.

Throughout the movie you will get to see Will Smith signature pout, as well as his funny “good job” that will bound to crack you up.

I give Hancock a 3.5 out of 5.

Last but not least, Radio Heatwave thanks Sony Pictures and Golden Village for the wonderful time! 🙂



  1. Hancock looks like interesting spin on the latest superhero movie craze… if nothing else at least Will Smith tends to be pretty funny

  2. I see you’re an avid movie fan yourself! *gasp* Yup he is, the last time I saw him was in The Pursuit of Happyness – all the imagination he can have in a public toilet. 😀

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