The latest movie 'The Conjuring' franchise tells the creepy doll's origin story
Here's movie critic Oggs Cruz's take on the latest 'Despicable Me' movie
[The] characters in ['Can We Still Be Friends?'] are fully formed. They act and react like real people in the middle of uncertain love.
There's a lot more to James Gray's 'The Lost City of Z' than meets the eye
Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman stays true to creator William Moulton Marston's objective – she represents power and strength, and champions hope and love, writes movie critic Oggs Cruz
'As a comedy, Baywatch is barely funny. As a crime flick, it is thin and elementary. As a self-deprecating satire, it is weak and somewhat pointless.'
Does Patty Jenkins' 'Wonder Woman,' starring Gal Gadot, live up to the hype? Here's what the critics think!
'[Jack] Sparrow, unfortunately, is less effective now in keeping the blockbuster afloat'
''Ang Araw sa Likod Mo' is laudable in its sobriety in its treatment of its very sensitive subject matter'
'What ultimately saves 'Dear Other Self' is its depiction of the complicated dynamics between a woman of clear ambitions and the family she needs to support'
'The greatest feat of the film, however, is that it makes such ludicrousness and absurdity indispensable elements to its irresistible effect'
'The film opens like most other blockbusters – with charmless spectacle'
Daniel is set to star in 'Escape From Pretoria,' a film based on Tim Jenkin's account of his escape from the notorious Pretoria Maximum Security Prison
'Director Jerrold Tarog carves a puzzle-like narrative from a nation's infatuation with fame and fantasy'
This latest installment 'sees the series evolving into something more mature than it already is'
'Our Mighty Yaya' is just too hollow to really make any impact
'Bliss,' which stars Iza Calzado, is more than its initial X rating – here's what you should know about the creepy thriller!
Ryan Gosling leads the new cast, while Harrison Ford reprises his role in the original film
Here's critic Oggs Cruz's opinion on 'Gifted,' which stars Chris Evans
Here's what movie critic Oggs Cruz thinks of the film, which stars Emma Watson and Tom Hanks
'In the end, we all know everything it puts out are fantasies. Nevertheless, the film has already done its magic'
Film critic Oggs Cruz gives his two cents on the highly-anticipated 'Guardians of the Galaxy' sequel
The new film starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla is 'too committed to formula to have any relevance other than as a diversion'
Emma's character, Mae, discovers a dark tunnel with the help of Ty, played by John Boyega
'The Boss Baby' squanders so much of its promise all for gags, giggles and easy entertainment'
'Fast and Furious 8' is dispensable. It is barely a film.
The trailer is unveiled at the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' panel in Orlando
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla return to the big screen in a romantic comedy directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar
Thor and The Hulk battle it out in an arena as gladiators in the first trailer for 'Thor: Ragnarok'
'The film efficiently puts its audience in an unfamiliar world where there is no premium to childhood innocence'
'[Ewan McGregor's] loyalty to the text is greater than his artistry, resulting in a film that pales in comparison'
The movie also features the voice of actor Nonie Buencamino
''Ghost in the Shell' is delightful to look at, but its core is indubitably problematic, which makes it all the more fascinating as an erroneous adaptation.'
''The Lost Village' looks like a bowl of Fruit Loops, with colors so pronounced, it is almost impossible not to want to give it a taste.'
'What is most unfortunate about 'Northern Lights' is that the film actually tries to define romantic relationships in a way that is not entirely escapist. The milieu has actual promise'
Piolo Pascual is back on the big screen with a new leading lady
''Life' really is just space-bound B-movie creature feature with high-concept aspirations.'
''Power Rangers' is defiantly big and dumb, but it reasons with its manufactured but engrossing heart.'
Does the new 'Death Note' movie do much to further what its predecessors achieved?
'Get Out' echoes the terror of being constantly guarded, despite all semblances of peace, that an entire race has experienced and continues to experience
Does the live-action version of 'Beauty and the Beast' live up to the hype? Here's what the critics are saying!
Does the live-action remake live up to the Disney classic? Film critic Oggs Cruz sounds off
A family-friendly cinema opens in the Afghan capital, creating a rare venue in Afghanistan's war-torn capital where women, usually confined to the home, can spend time in public with their husbands and children
Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo are back with a new romcom!
There's a new Pixar movie coming our way!
A Disney film's first 'gay moment,' new characters and songs, and the stars singing on the soundtrack – here's what you need to know about 'Beauty and the Beast'
Meet Dru, Gru’s villainous blonde brother
Diana learns how fight harder and better in the new 'Wonder Woman' trailer