McCoy De Leon leaves Star Magic to join Viva

Welcome to the Viva Family, McCoy De Leon!

Vice Ganda to launch own digital network

He already conquered Television, the Movies and even the world of Cosmetics. Now, he’s ready to conquer the universe and be on the same level as Oprah Winfrey as one of the country’s funniest comedians, Vice Ganda opens his own network! Be the first to have an exclusive access of anything and everything Vice GandaContinue reading “Vice Ganda to launch own digital network”

‘Money Heist Part 4’ review: A must-watch big bang

Money Heist Part 4 successfully brings back the hype with lots of surprising twists and turns that fans deserve to savor. Two weeks before the much-awaited premiere of the fourth season of the Spanish crime-drama, Money Heist (La Casa de Papel), Netflix gave us access to watch its first few episodes. Now that all eight episodesContinue reading “‘Money Heist Part 4’ review: A must-watch big bang”

‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ review: More than spectacular video game adaptation

Jeff Fowler successfully made a spectacular adaptation of a well-loved classic video game. Based on the global blockbuster video game franchise from Sega, Sonic The Hedgehog tells the story of the world’s speediest hedgehog as he embraces his new home on Earth. The film follows the (mis)adventures of Sonic as he navigates the complexities ofContinue reading “‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ review: More than spectacular video game adaptation”

‘Mia’ review: A fresh romcom that works

Director Veronica Velasco successfully brings out an entertaining story about love and hope in ‘Mia’ with Coleen Garcia and Edgar Allan Guzman’s undeniable chemistry. Mia tells the tale of a self-destructive alcoholic girl, Mia, who is a doctor struggling to heal from the tragedy of her fiance’s death, and Jay, who transforms mined-out land intoContinue reading “‘Mia’ review: A fresh romcom that works”

‘Frozen II’ review: Beautiful musical sequel

Disney’s Frozen II brings us back to Arendelle with a great, magical adventure of Anna and Elsa. Frozen II is considered as one of the most anticipated sequels this year. Following the blockbuster success of the previous installment, Frozen II brings us back to Arendelle and continues the adventures of its magical Queen Elsa (IdinaContinue reading “‘Frozen II’ review: Beautiful musical sequel”

‘Mañanita’ review: Silent at its best

Director Paul Soriano brings us a silent treatment of a well-known story of the ‘Mañanita’ song propelled by Bela Padilla’s most complicated role to date. Mañanita is a story of an ex-military sniper who is honorably discharged and accepts a mission that will indefinitely change her life in the attempts to make ends meet. ItContinue reading “‘Mañanita’ review: Silent at its best”

‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ review: Hilariously good comeback

Director Jake Kasdan brings us back to a whole new exciting world of the classic ‘Jumanji’ game as we know it. Jumanji: Next Level is one of the most anticipated sequels this year. Following the success of the previous installment, Next Level brings us to a whole new world of Jumanji with new challenges, additionalContinue reading “‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ review: Hilariously good comeback”

‘Unforgettable’ review: Sarah Geronimo’s best performance to date

Perci M. Intalan and Jun Lana’s Unforgettable makes an extraordinary masterpiece through an adorable and heartwarming performance by Sarah Geronimo. Unforgettable takes us to a wonderful journey of a special girl named Jasmine and her newfound dog, Happy. They take on a long journey to visit her diseased grandmother in Baguio in the belief thatContinue reading “‘Unforgettable’ review: Sarah Geronimo’s best performance to date”

‘Abominable’ review: Adorably sweet and adventurous

Abominable is a visual spectacle that makes every impossible thing possible—with a touch of family values that could win everyone’s hearts. Abominabe is all about teenage Yi (Chloe Bennet) who encounters a young Yeti on the roof of her apartment building in Shanghai, she and her mischievous friends, Jin (Tenzing Norgay Trainor) and Peng (AlbertContinue reading “‘Abominable’ review: Adorably sweet and adventurous”