The only documentary at this year’s film festival, Sunday Beauty Queen doesn’t need star power and veteran actresses to be engaging to the viewers. Continue reading “MMFF 2016: Collection of Reviews and Feedback (Sunday Beauty Queen)”
Wooh! It’s that time of the year again where the whole family spends days together. Bonding with each other, sharing meals, attending Simbang Gabi`s and watching movies from one of the entries of the yearly event, MMFF or Metro Manila Film Festival.
This year, the organizers mixed it up a bit and chose quality over commercial viability unlike the past iterations of the festival.
As the blacksheep of the roster, Vince and Kath and James delivers with a fresh and brilliant take on the romantic-comedy genre.
VKJ received a Grade A certification from the Cinema Evaluation Board, which states that all board member gave a 100% approval.
The only horror flick in the bunch, Seklusyon is a film that doesn’t just rely on its visual but emotions even more.
After almost 10 years in the dreaded production hell, Saving Sally is finally released as a visual spectacle and a favorite among the spectators of this year’s festival.
A secluded community depended on mining is disrupted by an armed group who claims to be a representative of the government which causes change to the traditional way of life of the community’s residents. The community is led by a woman barangay chairperson who deals with the armed group exploiting their simple and once undisturbed community.
The Nora Aunor starring film about being a family no matter what while tackling the most controversial and ever infamous EJKs (Extra Judicial Killings).