Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Vivo endorsers are dropping hints on next flagship

Daniel Padilla on Twitter teased fans with a new visual.   

Saturday, 25 August 2018

Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral Promises To Be The Philippines' Biggest Cinematic Epic

KathNiel Returns To Big Screen in The Hows of Us

Thursday, 23 August 2018

Move Review: Miss Granny

The film is a Filipino adaptation of the 2014 South Korean blockbuster hit of the same name. In it, Sarah plays Fely, a grumpy grandmother who is magically transformed into her younger self after having her portrait taken at a photo studio. With her youth restored, she helps her grandson (James Reid) make his dreams of being a musician come true by giving his band's angry rock music a sunny 50s-pop twist.

Sunday, 19 August 2018

Movie Review: UnliLife

Benedict, a celebrity podcast DJ, is an overprotective, controlling, and overbearing boyfriend to the love of his life, Victoria. He did not expect that on the night he plans to propose to her, Victoria also breaks up with him. Heartbroken and devastated, he chances by a mysterious bar called “Turning Point” where the bartender Sir Saro, offers him a drink that could “make him go back in time to correct his present”. Due to a mistake with the procedure, he was sent farther in time, and he starts moving from one era to another. Benedict appears as different versions of himself, alongside Victoria, who he repeatedly tries to win over in each era that he encounters her, putting them in different circumstances. However, something uncontrollable always prevents him from getting back Victoria. In all his travels through the eras, he learns an important lesson that will forever change his life.

Movie Review: We Will Not Die Tonight

Kray is a stuntwoman, an aspiring actress, and all around racketeer who can’t seem to have a break—in her career and in life. Like anybody who lives from hand to mouth every single day, Kray’s only option is to remain relentless in aspiring to hit the ‘jackpot’ someday. But a botched deal gone into a total haywire will challenge her principles and skillset. It’s a matter of survival, and not a question of morals anymore.

Movie Review: Madilim Ang Gabi

Sara and Lando are trying to leave behind their criminal past. As Phlippine president Rodrigo Duterte intensifies his war on drugs, the couple will be forced to revisit past acquaintances as their wayward teenage son Alan (Felix Roco) goes missing. Pushed to the wall and abandoned by their criminal cohorts, they will have to resort to extreme measures to find their son, even as the threat of bloodshed looms over their heads.

Movie Review: Pinay Beauty

Pinay Beauty is about the perennial quest of a typical Filipina to look Caucasian and the cost they entail.

Saturday, 18 August 2018

Movie Review: Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa WiFi

Norma is an ordinary teenage girl, and like most girls her life (and lovelife) revolves around technology. One day she is diagnosed with Electromagentic Hyper-Sensitivity — an unusual illness that makes her literally allergic to Wi-Fi, data signals, etc. So she is forced to move in with her grandmother in the province and learns to live a much simpler life that will impact her relationship with Leo — and her friendship with Leo’s brother, Aries.

Movie Review: Signal Rock

Intoy, a carefree no-hoper in a small town, decides to help his sister in Finland win a child custody battle. He begins to involve the townspeople, faking legal documents and setting up false endorsements to prove his sister’s financial capacity. In the process he discovers deeper insights about this town that continues to lose more of its young women seeking greener pastures.

Movie Review: Bakwit Boys

As a super typhoon ravages the hometown of a family band composed of four brothers, their musical pursuits are put to a halt. They are forced to move from Isabela all the way to Pampanga to stay with their grandfather. While taking refuge in this distant farmland, the Datul brothers, who make songs together as the family band “Bakwit Boys,” put their musical talents to good use. The eldest brother, Elias (Vance Larena), is the band vocalist together with the youngest, Sonny (Mackie Empuerto), while Joey (Ryle Santiago) plays the guitar and Philip (Nikko Natividad) composes their songs.  Individual interests and personal conflicts test their unity as a family and a band, as they struggle to make sense of life’s ironies and tragedies.

Friday, 17 August 2018

TBA Studios Releases Angelito Online For Free! Watch The Short Film Before Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral

Movie Review: The Day After Valentine's

Kai (JC Santos), a distraught man meets Lani (Bela Padilla), a strong, confident woman who seems to have answers to all of life’s difficulties. Kai realizes that Lani, with her wise and collected attitude, may help him pick himself back together, and soon tags her as his “Ms Repairman.” He later becomes dependent of Lani’s company to the point where he even enlists Lani's aid to accompany him to Hawaii to fix his family issues. In this journey of healing, will true love blossom in between?

Signs of Life by Froilan Calayag at CCP

Tanghalang Pilipino's "Nang Dalawin Ng Pag-Ibig Si Juan Tamas" Joins The 12th World Theater Congress in Moscow

Thursday, 16 August 2018

Elora Españo wants to prove she’s more than just a sexy actress

Monday, 13 August 2018

Team Red of Daniel Padilla Prepare for the Star Magic All Star Game 2018

Cinemalaya 2019 Full Length Feature Official Finalists Unveiled

Cinemalaya 2018 Film Festival List of Winners

Sunday, 12 August 2018

My Verdict for Cinemalaya 2018 Film Festival

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Sue Ramirez Recalls Childhood Memory in Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa WiFi

Markus Paterson Stars On His First Film in Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa WiFi

Ang Babaeng Allergic sa WiFi Highlights Value of Making Personal Connections Beyond the Internet

Vivo penetrates sphere of Artificial Intelligence

Vivo Ambassadors May May Entrata and Edward Barber play around with AR Stickers using their Vivo smartphone

Why Vivo has always been a leader in AI tech

The Vivo V9 made selfies more beautiful with AI’s help. Top love pairing Daniel Padilla andKathryn Bernardo can attest to that.

Adrianna So says she’s in good hands with Idea First

Friday, 10 August 2018

Bakwit Boys - the rockin’ romantic musical with a heart!

Movie Review: Shorts B - Cinemalaya 2018 Film Festival

Movie Review: Shorts A - Cinemalaya 2018 Film Festival

Big Stars Present At The Pista At The Park Grand Fans Day And All Star Parade

Ticket2Me revolutionizes Philippine ticketing industry

Mr. Darwin Mariano (Founder & CEO) & James Mendoza (Co-founder & CTO)

Thursday, 9 August 2018

Movie Review: Kung Paano Hinihintay Ang Dapithapon

Teresa and Celso is an unmarried couple trying to survive their mundane elderly life. On the night of their anniversary, they received a phone call from Teresa’s estranged husband Benedicto who is ill and asking for care. The couple went out of their way to attend to his needs in the remaining days of his life, even seeking for the forgiveness of his son Chito. The film tells of love, companionship, and forgiveness. It is about moving forward by revisiting the past.

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Movie Review: Liway

Dakip is a little boy who lives with his parents – Day and Ric – inside Camp Delgado, a makeshift prison inside a military camp for both rebels and criminals. Day does her best to shelter the child from the harsh realities of their life. She tells stories about an enchantress named Liway, with songs and imagination to help keep her boy from trauma. However, at the tail end of the Martial Law, her own dark past catches up on her and the lives of the detainees become increasingly difficult. She is confronted with the cruel possibility that the best interest of her child means never seeing her again. This is based on a true story.

Movie Review: Musmos Na Sumibol Sa Gubat ng Digma

A coming-of-age tale about a twelve-year-old Muslim girl named Eshal in Marawi is set amid an age-old culture of inter-familial dispute. Rido, as it is called, is characterized by a series of violent and fatal retaliation to avenge a reproach or injustice-real or imaginary-among disputing clans, crossing generations.

Movie Review: The Lookout

The Lookout tells the story of Lester Quiambao, a gay hired killer, whose abusive relationships in childhood propels him into a life of crime and depravity. It compels him to betray Travis Concepcion, the man he loves, in order to exact his revenge.

Movie Review: Kuya Wes

Kuya Wes, a timid remittance clerk, feels like he does not exist, except when he is working at the remittance center. He is mostly ignored by his younger brother Raf and his family. His days are only brightened when his customer Erika comes in every month. One day, his life changes as Erika’s overseas husband leaves her. Wes decides to help her from his own pocket. His “relationship” with Erika and his friction with Raf starts to change him.

PPP 2018 Presents Six Special Feature Films

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Movie Review: Pan De Salawal

In a small town near the Manila Railroad, Sal– a lonely baker suffering from a chronic kidney condition wants to end his life by confronting the oncoming train. Sharing a depressing life are his neighbors–a barber with hand tremors, a Cariñosa dancer paralyzed by stroke, and a meat vendor with tumor in his breast. Their prayers were finally answered when 7-year old Visayan girl Aguy came with a series of miraculous cures. Sal grew fond of Aguy like his own daughter and offered his home to the wandering child who possesses the unsual ability to cure. When she sees someone in pain, Aguy inflicts physical harm by slapping the face or punching the chest. Thereafter, magical healing happens. But as Aguy is able to heal the sick, she however, cannot heal Sal. As his condition weakens, Aguy realizes she must do a most heart-breaking sacrifice, hurt him the worst way she can.

Movie Review: School Service

Maya was walking home in her province when the service stops beside her and offers her to hitch. She innocently takes the ride to reach home faster. To Maya’s horror, the service did not stop at her place. She soon realizes she has been taken, along with the other kids who are inside the crammed school service. Soon, Maya finds herself hours and hours away from home, in an unfamiliar land -Manila. By dusk, the children are dropped off along the national highway to work by begging for alms. Forced to struggle with the harsh conditions of street life, Maya continues to hope for her dreams and chase for her freedom that may never happen.

Movie Review: ML

Carlo, an unapologetically millennial college jock, thinks that Martial Law wasn’t all that bad. No one in his family had anything bad to say about it, all he’s ever read are online posts on human rights violations. Confronted by a frustrated History professor, Carlo sets out to prove he is right and looks for someone who lived through that period to tell the tale.

Movie Review: Distance

Liza is still drowning in grief from losing the love of her life when she receives a visit from the most unlikely person -her husband, who she left five years ago. With no questions asked and no conditions made, Anton invites her back to his and their two children’s lives.

Movie Review: Mamang

At the twilight of her life, Mamang struggles against the senility and dementia of old age to be with her son Ferdie, who she suspects is set to teach and leave for another province. But as she grapples further, the more her condition worsens until she is haunted by the ghosts of her past. As she battles to drive them away, she starts reliving her bygone years, with visions that slowly turns into her reality. In the end, she is forced to decide between staying sane or letting her mind go in what has now become a labyrinth of memories.

Vivo is SM Cybermonth 2018’s exclusive smartphone partner

Friday, 3 August 2018

Michelle Vito and Jon Lucas headline first romance drama film 'Dito Lang Ako'

Thursday, 2 August 2018

Movie Review: Harry and Patty

Harry and Patty is a romantic comedy that proves even the biggest lie cannot stop real love from finding its way. The story is about two people who are very much unalike; Harry is an attractive young businessman while Patty is a typical young woman who drives a TNVS for a living; they have different take on love and attraction. 

Vivo brings gaming experience to AsiaPOP Comicon Manila 2018 with Ideal Vision

The Ideal Vision and Vivo gaming booth was a hit among gamers at the AsiaPOP Comicon Manila 2018.

Inigo Pascual drew energy from the crowd at the HoopBattle Championship Philippines

Spotted Inigo Pascual taking selfie with Little using his X21 during the Vivo Hoop Battle

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