Thursday, 28 February 2019

Movie Review: Second Coming

It follows the story of a stepmother who, after moving in the home of her husband is haunted by her possessed stepdaughter. 

Movie Review: Familia Blondina

Familia Blondina revolves around Cindy, a woman who leaves her family and moves to the US to marry an American soldier. They have three children, all blonde. When the American husband dies, he leaves her in debt and she has to go back home to the Philippines with her three blonde children to support them.

She goes through a series of misadventures looking for a job and she meets Tony Boy, a widower with two blond children too, played by Jobert Austria a.k.a. Kuya Jobert.Together, they become a blended family raising their children on what it means to be a Filipino.

4th Singkuwento International Film Festival winners announced

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

ABSCBN Star Magic Workshops opens Language class and Artist Registry to highlight Summer 2019

Sunday, 24 February 2019

Nadine Lustre and Carlo Aquino in Ulan Movie - A Romance Drama Film on Self Love

FDCP Announces Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino 3 Mechanics

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Movie Review: Alone/Together

Alone/Together is about Christine Lazaro (Liza Soberano), an aspiring museum director, who meets the carefree Rafael Toldedo (Enrique Gil), a pre-med student during their college years. They instantly have a connection,  which leads to them falling in love and being in relationship. Raf becomes Christine's constant cheerleader, while Christine is the compass that give Raf's life direction. But as their paths leads to different tracks, Christine decides to part ways with Raf.

Through the years. alot has changed between them. During an event, Christine and Raf unexpectedly meet again, and from then on, they reconnect like old friends. But when familiar feelings resurface, Christine and Raf find themelsves falling in love with each other again.

Sunday, 10 February 2019

JM De Guzman Launched as the New Endorser of JM Shawarma

Saturday, 9 February 2019

4th Singkuwento International Film Festival Runs From Feb 15 - 22 2019

Friday, 8 February 2019

Enchong Dee & Janie Gutierrez are Grateful For The Positive Reviews of Their Film Elise

Thursday, 7 February 2019

iWant Explores Dark, Twisted Side of Love in Original Series Project Feb. 14

FDCP Announces Camera Obscura Awardees For Film Ambassador's Night

FDCP Names 86 Honorees For The 3rd Film Ambassador's Night

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Movie Review: Hanggang Kailan?

Xian Lim and Louise Delos Reyes star as Donnie and Kath, a couple who’s celebrating their second anniversary. But instead of looking forward to more years together, they agree that this is going to be their last even though they are still very much in love.

Before they totally go their separate ways, Donnie and Kath take a 4-day/3-night vacation in Saga, Japan. Amidst picturesque landscapes, new memories will be made, hearts will break. And they’ve always known that this is bound to happen.

Movie Review: Elise

The story depicts events in the life of a young named Bert (played by Enchong Dee), who is quick-witted, sickly emotional and independent guy who falls for Elise (played by Janine), who, on the other hand, is a strong, tough, independent woman.

Early on since childhood, Bert developed feelings for Elise. But puppy love is not yet something that should be taken seriously. Later on, they get separated to pursue education and chase their dreams.

Years later, their paths cross and old feelings get rekindled. But their situation is different now; they are not young kids anymore and love is not a children’s game. New struggles arise when their current situations do not work in their favor.

Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano are your dates this Valentine's via the film Alone/Together

Monday, 4 February 2019

Mr. Rhyme Happy R. Enriquez - an Advocate of HIV Prevention in Marikina City

Saturday, 2 February 2019

ETO NA! MUSIKAL nAPO Returns to the Stage in February!

PH Indigenous Cinema Takes Center Stage in Berlinale 2019

QCinema Finalist Premieres At The 48th International Film Festival to Rotterdam