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Category: Review

MOVIE REVIEW: Zoolander 2 (2016)

“ZOOLANDER 2” Review Co-written and directed by Ben Stiller Zoolander 2 is the disaster sequel that should not have been. Dressed as the sequel to the 2001 film Zoolander, it offers nothing fresh as it ridiculously tries to exude the same wackiness of the original’s satirical inspection of the fashion industry and fails all the time. ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Triple 9 (2016)

“TRIPLE 9” Review Directed by John Hillcoat and written by Matt Cook Triple 9 starts out with a question: What is a Triple 9? For the uninitiated, a Triple 9 is police code for “officer down,” and essentially diverts the majority of the force from any other activity so they can rush to the scene. And ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Always Be My Maybe (2016)

ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE never veers away from the cinematic universe of familiar hugot where Arci Muñoz is that exploding star that lives. “Always Be My Maybe” Review Starring Gerald Anderson and Arci Muñoz Directed by Dan Villegas As Star Cinema’s latest offering, released just four weeks after Everything About Her (which stars Vilma Santos, ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Room (2015)

Room can be perceived in countless ways. One, it could be anything but a claustrophobic look at the lives of a mother and her five year-old son who has been living in a ten-by-ten feet enclosed, windowless, sound-proof space for several years—a harrowing idea of imprisonment and deprivation liberty and sanity. In another hand, it ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Zootopia (2016)

In a city of anthropomorphic animals, a fugitive con artist fox and a rookie bunny cop must work together to uncover a conspiracy.

MOVIE REVIEW: Everything About Her (2016)

Everything About Her Movie Review 2016, Philippines – Directed by Bb. Joyce Bernal A successful mother who learns she has cancer, an estranged son who returns with his memories of feeling abandoned, and a career-driven girl who will serve as their bridge to patch things up. Sounds familiar? Everything About Her follows this set of characters but it sure manages ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin (2016)

More than just an anthology filled with sketches that are meant to be funny and entertaining, Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin is a relevant presentation of the shockingly bad qualities of mass media that Filipinos continue to patronize. The absurdities of life are indispensable and so is the grueling need to be more thoughtful in the way media feed its audiences.

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