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MMFF 2018 Review: Best Picture ‘Rainbow’s Sunset’ is too literal and...

Warning: this review contains spoilers One day, Ramon (Eddie Garcia), a very old man in his 80s, tells his children his lifelong secret: he’s gay....

REVIEW | ‘Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad’

The visual effects in "Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad" are way better than in "Ang Panday," but for some reason the latter bagged the visual...

REVIEW | ‘Deadma Walking’ lacks emotional punch

Based on Eric Cabahug's 2016 Palanca-winning screenplay for literature, “Deadma Walking” is about a terminally ill gay, who, in order to face his imminent...

REVIEW | ‘Ang Panday’ goes ‘indie’

This is Coco Martin’s directorial debut—and my first “Ang Panday” experience. Expect crude special effects, but for Martin’s first directing stint (as Rodel Nacianceno,...

REVIEW | ‘Siargao’ is literally a feature on the island

As you watch a SkyJet plane land smoothly on the runway in Siargao Island, you feel that it’s the beginning of a travelogue. A...

MMFF 2017 Feature | ‘Ang Larawan,’ a musical

The Metro Manila Film Festival is just around the corner, and one of the most anticipated entries is “Ang Larawan,” a musical film with...
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