Friday, 29 November 2019

Movie Review: Wild Little Love

Sam (Andrea) is a spoiled, rich girl forced to attend a public high school as punishment for her wild, chaotic behavior. Having a hard time adjusting to her new environment, she gets help from hardworking chick magnet Jake (Seth), who teaches her the ways of the simple life. 

Thursday, 28 November 2019

Movie Review: Unbreakable

Unbreakable revolves around the story of Deena Yambao (Angelica) and Mariel Salvador (Bea Alonzo) who have been best friends since college, seeing each other's ups and downs in life.

Their friendship is gradually challenged when they marry into the same family.

Will these two strong women's friendship survive tests to their friendship?

Movie Review: The Heiress

Maricel Sorinao plays LUNA, the aunt and surrogate mother of GUIA (Janella). Luna devotes her life to protect Guia, and shield her from those who want to harm and hurt her. Luna is a powerful "Mambabarang" (Demon Sorceress) who'd ruthlessly punish or kill anyone who would steal from her Guia's love and attention, including her biological mother, CARMEN (Sunshine), and her boyfriend, RENZ (Mccoy de Leon).

Dimples Romana Endorses New Personal Accident Insurance, Juan Life

Sunday, 24 November 2019

Movie Review: Silly Red Shoes

Two long-time friends  navigate romance in KyCine’s “Silly Red Shoes,” which revolves around sweet and shy Chuck (Kyle) and simple and good-hearted Ashley (Francine). Planning to revive his family’s worn out shoe business, Chuck asks for the help of Ashley to model a new pair of shoes for a contest. Insecure of her “alien feet,” which change sizes every day, Ashley finds a reliable and determined shoemaker in Chuck. 

As the two grow closer, they discover a secret behind a mysterious pair of red shoes that seem to be too perfect for Ashley.

Angelica Panganiban, Bea Alonzo team up for November movie event 'Unbreakable'

CineFilipino Film Festival Year 4 Announces Finalists for Feature Length, Shorts, and Series Categories

Saturday, 23 November 2019

Catch different Bela Padilla in MAÑANITA - Showing Dec 4 in PH Cinemas

Globe At Home and Disney make Christmas more magical and delightful

Entrance of Globe at Home's "Home of Wonders" activity center which is open until Sun, Nov 24 at the SM Mall of Asia Atrium. Globe at Home customers are given a fast pass to the event by showing their Globe at Home App at the registration booth.

Friday, 22 November 2019

Prepare to Meet Malamarang, the newest horror icon in the horror movie, The Heiress

37th Luna Awards to hail the best of PH Cinema and laud Sine Sandaan

Thursday, 21 November 2019

Movie Review: Damaso

Damaso features the story of writer Fernando Damaso (Marlo Mortel), who seeks to materialize his story to a film. At the same time, it goes back in the past, revealing that his book counterpart, Padre Damaso (Arnel Ignacio), is facing the same problems of his own. This musical-within-a-film shows how the struggles we (and the entertainment industry too) are facing today are no different from the abuse Filipinos encountered under the Spanish colonization. To have more in-depth and entertaining storytelling, the film showcases the character’s thoughts and feelings through singing and dancing. 

Step into the magical world of Frozen 2’s Enchanted Forest with Globe at Home and Disney

Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Movie Review: Adan

Ellen (Rhen Escaῇo) and Marian (Cindy Miranda) are best friends who grew up together. Their friendship is the only thing that brings happiness to Ellen who yearns to be free from the clutches of her father, Amang Lucas (Bembol Roco), and their impoverished life in the countryside. 

Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Adan - A Pinoy Erotic Thriller Film Showing On Cinemas Starting Nov 20

Arnel Pineda to stage a Valentine concert in February 2020

Kolkata International Film Festival Featured PH Films

Sunday, 17 November 2019

Damaso - Isang Napapanahong Musikal Na Pelikulang Pilipino

Alessandra De Rossi, Gold Azeron, Sila-Sila, Metamorphosis Win Big at Cinema One Originals 2019 Awards Night

Movie Review: Two Love You

“CAN you love two people without one or the other knowing it?”

This is a challenge for those who are experiencing and going through this kind of love. For new film “Two Love You,” there will be 3 “G’s” who will be struggling with this predicament: A girl, guy and gay.

Saturday, 16 November 2019

Movie Review: The Art of Ligaw

Jake Esguerra is a hotshot fund manager who is also well-versed in the art of picking up ladies for quickie affairs. One day, he went to Davao to lecture salesmen on making a sale using the art of seduction. There he met their team leader Carisse, who was a conservative sort of girl, no boyfriend since birth.  Challenged because his usual pick-up lines and moves did not work, Jake decided he will win Carisse over by courting her the old-fashioned way. 

Friday, 15 November 2019

The Gold Squad Love Teams' First Movies To Stream Back To Back on iWant

Thursday, 14 November 2019

My Verdict For Cinema One Originals 2019

Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Movie Review: The Annulment

The movie follows the love story of Sherwin (Bascon) and Gari (Poe), a couple who's marriage is on the brink of falling apart. Gari wants her happiness back by getting an annulment, while Sherwin will try his best to win her back.

Movie Review: Yours Truly, Shirley

Yours Truly Shirley marks the return of Regine Velasquez to the big screen playing the eponymous widow of the title who hasn’t quite moved on from the untimely death of her husband in a motorcycle accident and her grief is making her do funny things, like imagining the newest pop sensation sweeping the country is the reincarnation of her dead husband. But is it really all in her head? And just how far will she go to prove it isn’t?

Movie Review: Lucid

Alessandra De Rossi plays a young woman who leads a lonely, mundane existence in the real world but who has the perfect life in her lucid dreams which she can somehow control, meets a mysterious stranger, played by JM De Guzman, who challenges her to turn her dream life into something a bit more adventurous. Then her dreams become more real than her reality and the line between the two starts to blur.

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Movie Review: Metamorphosis

Born with both male and female genitals, but raised like a boy by his conservative family, Adam goes through all the things prepubescent boys go through, including a fascination with strange animals he takes for pets and being smitten by a lovely girl. His bucolic world turns upside down when he gets his first menstrual period setting him off on a journey that tests the spiritual and physical limits of sexual identity and into a new world of ambiguity and desire.

Movie Review: Utopia

Wrong place, wrong time. This is the fundamental itinerary of any noir. The throwing in of disparate lives into a chaos of circumstance. A freelance videographer, a rookie police office, an undercover PDEA agent, and a crime in progress. Only tonight, a comet flies over Manila and the cosmic disturbances turns everything on its head for one night. Everything that could go wrong suddenly foes right.

Coleen and EA’s on-screen chemistry sizzles in “Mia” trailer

Monday, 11 November 2019

Movie Review: Tayo Muna Habang Hindi Pa Tayo

A soft boy. A strong girl. Tayo Muna Habang Hindi Pa Tayo is a love story that comes close but not far enough. “Why are there so many love stories? Because it feels good to watch how two people out of billions, find each other and connect.” Denise O Hara, who made her debut last year with the acclaimed Mamang moves to a different genre for her sophomore feature which, despite her seeming optimism, is a love story grounded by anxiety and uncertainty. “It’s all about that moment when one says “I love you” and all the assumptions, repercussions and yes, even traumas that those words carry.”

Movie Review: Tia Madre

Tia Madre is a horror story told through the eyes of a child: a clingy, hyper- imaginative and slightly twisted ten year old girl named Camille whose mother Emilia inexplicably changes into something else, something more sinister, something more violent, something more distant, something that isn’t her mother anymore and quite possibly isn’t human.

Movie Review: O

This black comedy, in which necrophiliac vampires run funeral parlors to collect blood from corpses which they process into red meth that they sell to their kind,dives deep into the pit of vampire drug culture and the lengths the undead will go for a fix. “It’s about vampires and a romcom with a love triangle, or a love square in our case” O centers on a a funeral parlor intern and closet necrophiliac who starts pushing blood after she meets a vampire drug lord whose sister she falls in love with, complicating matters even more than they already are.

Movie Review: Sila-Sila

Sila-Sila is essentially an LGBT ghost story, or more specifically an LGBT ghosting story, in which a young man whose breakups tend to be messy and have severe and traumatic repercussions finds himself not only confronting the people on the receiving end of those breakups but navigating feelings he had thought long gone but are now suddenly rekindled.

Sunday, 10 November 2019

Arjo and Carlo Clash as New Season of iWant's Bagman Series Raises The Stakes

Skin Magical Introduces Dimples Romana as Brand Ambassadress

Thursday, 7 November 2019

Movie Review: Cara X Jagger

The premise revolves around a girl named Cara who fights to remember everything in her power to forget a painful event that ruined her relationship with Jagger, the man she once loved,  who, on the other hand, is fighting to remember his life after losing his memory due to a terrible accident.

Movie Review: Nuuk

Elaisa Svendsen (Alice Dixson) a Filipina who lives in Nuuk, Greenland is in despair after her husband dies. With nothing but alcohol and medicine to depend on, Elaisa becomes miserable, then one day, she crosses paths with Mark Alvarez (Aga Muhlach), a fellow Filipino who is almost the same age as her. Mark becomes Elaisa’s friend, She confides and feels at ease around him, and eventually starts to fall for him. Things are finally starting to get better for Elaisa because of Mark, until a mystery comes along, it appears that nobody recognizes Mark but Elaisa.

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Sinag Maynila Film Festival 2020 Official Finalists for Full Length Announced

Taxpayer Services To Go Digital Through Hackatax

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