Star Cinema’s 2017 Valentine’s movie is top billed by Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano helmed by box-office director, Cathy Garcia-Molina. Here’s a collection of reviews collected by our writers and curators to help you in deciding if this movie is worth your money.
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)”
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.
Except from the numerous awards it got in the 2016 Tokyo International Film Festival, Die Beautiful is truly an amazing and one of a kind addition to this year’s festival.
#ForeverIsNotEnough is the followup to the 2011 film, Ang Babae sa Septic Tank that tackled a group of filmmakers who aims to produce an award-worthy film no matter what it takes.