‘Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-it-Ralph 2’ review: Creatively fun online experience

Disney creates a vivid and breathing internet experience filled with poignant charm and humor through Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-it-Ralph 2. Ralph Breaks the Internet picks up six years after Wreck-It Ralph and since then, shop owner Mr. Stan Litwak (Ed O’Neill) has upgraded his equipment and ventured into the uncharted, expansive and thrilling world ofContinue reading “‘Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-it-Ralph 2’ review: Creatively fun online experience”

‘Overlord’ review: Damn entertaining Nazi gore fest thriller

Julius Avery’s Overlord is an aggressively violent thriller that takes you back to the horrors of war and secret Nazi experiments. Overlord starts as a war drama that quickly switches to a full zombie film. The opening sequence is fantastic. It’s a nerve-wracking airdrop sequence that sets the tone as an opener. It’s the night beforeContinue reading “‘Overlord’ review: Damn entertaining Nazi gore fest thriller”

‘Kung Paano Siya Nawala’ review: A romantic film on letting go out of love

Director Joel Ruiz crafts an extraordinary story about love and heartbreak with the fresh team-up of Rhian Ramos and JM de Guzman in Kung Paano Siya Nawala. The new romantic film Kung Paano Siya Nawala answers the classic question: Is it possible for the heart to remember what the mind forgets? At its center, is LioContinue reading “‘Kung Paano Siya Nawala’ review: A romantic film on letting go out of love”

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ review: An easy come, easy go biopic

Bohemian Rhapsody rocks well as a safe and mildly scandalous musical biopic. Bohemian Rhapsody treats the life of Freddie Mercury with a cautious affection. The film starts in London 1970, when Freddie (Rami Malek), still known in his birth name Farrokh Bulsara, is a young man who works as a baggage handler at Heathrow Airport,Continue reading “‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ review: An easy come, easy go biopic”

‘To Love Some Buddy’ review: It’s harmless to fall in love with your best friend

Jason Paul Laxamana’s To Love Some Buddy posits that it’s harmless to be in love with your best friend. To Love Some Buddy revolves around best friends, Faith (Maja Salvador) and Julius (Zanjoe Marudo), who chose to give in to love and live with the consequences of choosing to cross the line and risk theirContinue reading “‘To Love Some Buddy’ review: It’s harmless to fall in love with your best friend”

‘Halloween’ review: A fresh take on the iconic slasher

David Gordon Green’s ‘Halloween’ brings dignity to an increasingly disappointing franchise. Coming in 40 years later, Green’s new Halloween movie ignores every single sequel that came after John Carpenter’s 1978 cult classic. This game-changing move serves as a course correction to deliver a well-made and thrilling sequel that brings some form of closure to theContinue reading “‘Halloween’ review: A fresh take on the iconic slasher”

‘First Love’ review: Refreshing love team leaves you aching

Paul Soriano’s romantic drama ‘First Love’ touches the viewers’ hearts with a refreshing team-up of Bea Alonzo and Aga Mulach’s refreshing teamup. Like most tales of love, First Love marks an emotional journey between two kindred souls meeting in one fateful day. There’s Ali (Bea Alonzo) as the optimistic, free-spirited photographer and Nick (Aga Muhlach) as theContinue reading “‘First Love’ review: Refreshing love team leaves you aching”

‘Wild and Free’ review: Unexpected and intense love affair

Connie Macatuno’s ‘Wild and Free‘ is not as just skin-deep as its trailer teases. The trailer for Regal’s Wild and Free promises passionate and erotic scenes that would surely awaken your most basic senses – the snippets are steamy and the onscreen chemistry of lead stars Derrick Monasterio and Sanya Lopez sizzles to the brim.Continue reading “‘Wild and Free’ review: Unexpected and intense love affair”

‘Venom’ review [1 of 2]: A parasite that bites the dust

“Ruben Fleischer’s ‘Venom’ crafts a mediocre film without Spider-Man.” For Marvel comic fans, the idea of ‘Venom’ starring in a stand-alone movie is a dream come true. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 may have relegated the character to a third wheel villain, but it nevertheless gave hope for the possibility of having its own spin-off. It isContinue reading “‘Venom’ review [1 of 2]: A parasite that bites the dust”

‘Night School’ review: Potentially squeaks out passing grade

Malcolm D. Lee’s Night School smartly puts the talents of Tiffany Haddish to her reliable co-star Kevin Hart. Kevin Hart playing the lead in Night School will surely elicit a fun time filled with cheeky jokes and great laughs. But setting aside the hilarity, the film subtly focuses on broad important issues in education likeContinue reading “‘Night School’ review: Potentially squeaks out passing grade”