My Bebe Love: Kilig Pa More serves as the reunion project of Vic Sotto and Ai-Ai Delas Alas, comedy royalties who share reputation in the industry as they have both proven themselves as reliable actors in their genre. Initially submitted to the Metro Manila Film Festival as “Romcom-in Mo Ako,” it is first noted withContinue reading “MOVIE REVIEW: My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore (2015)”
Undeniably the most-awaited and much-anticipated from among this year’s entries to the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), “My Bebe Love: Kilig Pa More” has got everyone excitedly doing the countdown til Christmas Day, the first day showing of the groundbreaking movie starring comedy royalties Vic Sotto and Ai-Ai Delas Alas, and the phenomenal loveteam ofContinue reading “Vic, Ai-Ai, Aldub to bring #KiligPaMore in ‘My Bebe Love’”
Multi-awarded director Jun Lana made sure that Regal Entertainment’s Metro Manila Film Festival entry, ‘Haunted Mansion,’ is tops not just in the technical aspect but in the acting department as well. This year’s biggest horror movie topbills Janella Salvador, Marlo Mortel and Jerome Ponce with senior actors Iza Calzado, Dominic Ochoa and Janice De Belen.Continue reading “‘Haunted Mansion’ aims to nab Best Picture, Best Actress at MMFF 2015”
Producers of the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival entry “Walang Forever” did right in choosing award-winning actor Jericho Rosales to be Jennylyn Mercado’s leading man in “Walang Forever.” “Walang Forever” is from the same producers that brought us the 2014 MMFF sleeper blockbuster “English Only, Please,” which also topbilled Jennylyn, who won the MMFF bestContinue reading “Jennylyn Mercado, Jericho Rosales paired in ‘Walang Forever’”
While every film tells a story – that of characters, conflicts and even subliminal messages – few are made carrying a clear sense of purpose that goes beyond what the audience sees on screen. The kind where viewers, as the credits roll, begin to think, “every movie should be made that way.” WeLovePost, — orContinue reading “‘Nilalang’ aims to change the game in Philippine Cinema”
Now on its 41st year, the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) offers 8 full-length feature films. As a rule, no foreign films are shown in Philippine cinemas and theaters in order to showcase locally produced films. However, Star Wars: The Force Awakens will still be shown in IMAX theaters during the film festival. This annual eventContinue reading “GUIDE: Metro Manila Film Festival 2015”
Set in the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, Toto is a comedy/drama about a young Filipino room service attendant whose determination to attain a U.S. visa precipitates an odyssey of universal import. Undeterred by his lack of education and scant prospects, Toto (Sid Lucero) schemes relentlessly to achieve his goal. When his antics putContinue reading “Director John Paul Su explores dreaming big in ‘Toto’”
Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) has just announced the finalists for its three categories: Full-Length Features, HOOQ Short Films and Animation. MMFF New Wave 2015 will run from December 17 to 24 at SM Megamall, Glorietta 4, and Robinsons Place Manila. Here are the screening schedules of MMFF New Wave 2015 per venue: (See the screeningContinue reading “GUIDE: MMFF New Wave 2015”
Barely two months away from Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2015, Kris Aquino made a last-minute announcement October 7 on backing out on her upcoming MMFF movie that would have top-billed her with Mayor Herbert Bautista.
Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Cine International 2015 will run from October 9 to 13, 2015 at Cinema 1 of The Podium Mall, ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis.