Tag: Cristine Reyes

‘Maria’ review: Cristine Reyes astounds in a well-executed badass film

Pedring Lopez’ ‘Maria’ almost gives Hollywood action flicks a run for their money. When a former BlackRose cartel assassin, Lily (Cristine Reyes), deliberately betrays her team by refusing to complete a certain mission, the cartel orders her execution. Unbeknownst to them, she fakes her own death and proceeds to create a new life of her ...

Cristine, Kylie, Nathalie, Meg, Roxanne star in sexy rom-com ‘Abay Babes’

VIVA Films’ latest offering this September, ‘Abay Babes,’ is a feast for the eyes as it brings together Cristine Reyes, Kylie Verzosa, Nathalie Hart, Meg Imperial, and Roxanne Barcelo, who are all oozing with sexiness and pizzazz. Along with the visual treat is a story that has a right mix of fun and intrigue to ...

WATCH: A ghost haunts in teaser for ‘Spirit of the Glass 2: The Haunted’

The first teaser for the new supernatural horror film ‘Spirit of the Glass 2: The Haunted’ has just been released online and can be viewed below. This is the much anticipated sequel to the 2004 film featuring Rica Peralejo, Marvin Agustin, Dingdong Dantes, Paolo Contis, Ciara Sotto, Drew Arellano, Alessandra de Rossi, Jake Cuenca, and ...

Cristine Reyes stars in supernatural horror-thriller ‘Elemento’

Early this year, VIVA International Pictures gave us the heart-pumping blockbuster horror movie, “The Boy.” If you’re one of those who enjoyed the psychological tension brought by its leading character, Brahms, then brace yourself for another story of an ominous boy in VIVA Films’ “Elemento.” While on a field trip to a forest, grade-school student ...

Bob Ong’s best-selling novel ‘Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin’ gets epic film adaptation

VIVA Films greets the new year, 2016, with a big bang as it presents the much-anticipated film, Bob Ong’s “Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin,” dubbed as the epic trilogy to end all trilogies, come January 13. Based on Bob Ong’s best-selling novel of the same title, “Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin” is a comedy, action, ...

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.