fbpx
Advertisements
Advertisements

Category: Review

MOVIE REVIEW: Crimson Peak (2015)

CRIMSON PEAK (2015, US) Starring Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain,  Charlie Hunnam, and Jim Beaver Directed by Guillermo del Toro Written by Guillermo del Toro and Matthew Robbins Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak is a watchable gothic fantasy romance teeming with marvelous production design and a strikingly self-aware tale that laughs at its own tropes while making sure ...

MOVIE REVIEW: The PreNup (2015)

THE PRENUP by Jun Robles Lana Starring Jennylyn Mercado and Sam Milby Reviewed at the red carpet premiere at SM Megamall The PreNup follows an expected love story that blossoms when Jennylyn Mercado’s Wendy and Sam Milby’s Sean meet on an airplane en route to New York (by the way, this is not That Thing Called ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Felix Manalo (2015)

Without a doubt, Felix Manalo is a gigantic movie. It boasts of a grand production design that merits commendation–from its nostalgic color and look to its glamorous costumes to affecting musical scoring to set decorations to the very idea that it has come into fruition. Not to mention, it is able to cast a great number ...

MOVIE REVIEW: The Walk: An IMAX 3D Experience (2015)

THE WALK by Robert Zemeckis Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon, James Badge Dale, Ben Schwartz, Steve Valentine Reviewed at the advance screening at the IMAX Theater of SM Megamall In 1974, Frenchman Philippe Petit strung a tightrope rigged between the twin towers of what used to be the tallest skyscraper, the World Trade Center, for a morning ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

The part where an awkward guy meets a lovely girl diagnosed with cancer. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl could be a love story but this is rather a story of mismatched friendship. The premise could simply sound familiar until one finally sees the beauty, wit and charm in watching through and through. Apologies to ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Everest (2015)

In Everest, it is all throughout about the concept of “man versus nature”. The competition is not between people; the last word always belongs to the mountain. And so as the story unfolds and we take a good look at the tragic reality of the May 1996 expedition in which eight climbers died, the experience is dizzyingly ...

Advertisements