Day: July 4, 2016

  • MOVIE REVIEW: Ringgo: The Dog-Shooter (2016)

    MOVIE REVIEW: Ringgo: The Dog-Shooter (2016)

    One of my favorite poems is “Ode to Clothes” by the great Pablo Neruda. I like the poem precisely because of its use of a peculiar subject matter to convey a larger and more profound meaning. Its genius lies in the fact that it violates the conventions of writing odes–that it always has to be […]

  • MOVIE REVIEW: Ku’te (2016)

    MOVIE REVIEW: Ku’te (2016)

    To be honest, I genuinely don’t like saying bad things about any topic even if I find it absolutely undesirable. Of course, there are some exceptions when it is for the common good that you would say something distasteful, but it’s just that I believe that the world is already full of negativity and I […]



    (Disclaimer: This is not a political article, this is a film review!) In recent times there has been a false dichotomy setup by the lesser informed that if you say you are anti-Martial Law then logically you would fall into the category of someone supporting the yellow family–this, in truth, is quite a terrible analysis. […]

  • Q&A with Anne Hathaway for ‘Alice through the Looking Glass’

    Q&A with Anne Hathaway for ‘Alice through the Looking Glass’

    Anne Hathaway returns as Mirana, the mild-mannered, kind White Queen, and the beautiful younger sister to the spiteful Red Queen, in Disney’s fantasy adventure “Alice Through the Looking Glass” in Philippine cinemas July 6th. In the film, Alice (Mia Wasikowska) returns to the whimsical world of Underland and travels back in time to save the […]