Bembol Roco and Cherry Pie Picache tell us all about starring in the funny family saga
The dark comedy follows a group of women at a bachelorette party that takes a wrong turn after the male stripper falls dead
'The film has decided to cower and fold and as a result remains to be nothing more than a bad film with a lousy message'
Movie reviewer Oggs Cruz gives his honest take on the Cinemalaya 2017 offerings
The film tells the story of a boy with Down Syndrome and his single mother, working to realize his dream of being an action star
The 12 final entries carry out youth issues including child labor, youth in conflict with the law, out-of-school-youth, teenage pregnancy, and mental health
In the film, Roco plays a father who, along with his family, makes a long journey from Manila to the province in a pedicab
The wordless animated film about the love between two boys is viewed 2 million times, a day after it debuted on YouTube
'[Charlize] Theron occupies the stage [David] Leitch has set in a way that makes all of the film's extravagances and flaws negligible'
The third film in the Pixar series brings back an older Lightning McQueen
Directed by Theodore Boborol, the film features the well-loved romantic team-up of John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo
Other films to watch out for include much-awaited crime thriller 'Smaller and Smaller Circles,' and multi-awarded drama 'Women of the Weeping River'
The sequel to 'Heneral Luna' is set to be released in late 2018
'This is truly a Nolan film, bearing without any pretensions his strengths and weaknesses, which isn’t a bad thing'
'[Luc] Besson's film morphs and bends with effortless ease'
Novelty is something most local rom-coms take for granted
The movie is based on a 2011 novel about a teenager on a treasure hunt in a virtual reality game, in a world torn by an energy crisis
The clip, shared on the official 'Hey Arnold' Facebook page, comes with a warning: 'try not too cry too hard'
Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez team up for the first time in a romantic-comedy movie, directed by Sigrid Andrea Bernardo
Kris Aquino's 10-year-old son gives Tom Holland a thumbs up for his performance
The independent festival will feature 9 full-length movies and 12 short films
Movie critic Oggs Cruz tells us what he thinks about the 6 films that participated in the 2017 ToFarm Film Festival
'War stretches Dawn’s metaphors to near biblical proportion'
'This deliberate plunge towards darkness saves the film from just being a parade of trite and banal concerns of today's youth'
Oprah, Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, and Mindy Kaling star in the film, directed by Ava DuVernay
John Lloyd's character tries to help Sarah heal her heartbreak
'Ang Babaeng Humayo,' 'Jay,' and 'Thy Womb' will be shown at the film festival
Everyone’s favorite football head is set to return to the small screen
The latest Spider-Man film is 'a step in the right direction for a genre that seems to be getting lost in all the routine of repetitive fanfare'
The animated film by Sunao Katabuchi is a dreamy take on a wartime story
John Lloyd and Sarah reunite in a film directed by Theodore Boborol
The two Filipino directors are among the 774 invited this year to be part of the prestigious group that deliberates on the Oscars
This horror flick 'is most successful when it is all about moods and atmosphere'
'While it is straightforward in the emotions it wants to produce, its characters aren't as black and white as they seem'
The Film Development Council of the Philippines announces the 12 films that will be shown during the Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino in August
Bong Joon-Ho's 'Okja' is a $50-million movie that will be available on Netflix on June 28. Here's everything you need to know about this star-studded film.
Movie critic Oggs Cruz gives his take on the 5th installment of the film
The Barden Bellas are back to perform one more time
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'