The actors won for their performance in Ralston Jover's 'Bomba'
'Happy Death Day' suffers from running on the diminishing fumes of a clever but limited gimmick
What is most fascinating about 'Bad Genius' is that it doesn't let its social observations get in the way of its pop aspirations
'Bes and the Beshies' simply fails to accomplish anything it sets out to do
The two stars talk about working together for the first time and how their respective broken relationships helped them in their roles
Included in the lineup is 'Loving Vincent,' the world's first fully-painted feature film and a remastered version of Mike de Leon's 'Batch '81'
It would have been all good if 'Seven Sundays' only had the ambition to outdo its predecessors, or at the very least subvert them
Marvel's newest movie offering features the first mutants who graduates from Charles Xavier's school
The free film festival features movies from all over Southeast Asia
The director talks about his inspiration for the film and working with his actors
The unadulterated barrage of pinks, smiles, and rainbows is surprisingly tolerable, even to the most stone-hearted of adults
'I need someone to show me my place in all this' says Rey to Kylo Ren
It seems that the film is content to offer quick glances instead of pushing the fictionalized elements of history for compelling provocation.
'Blade Runner 2049' is an art film masquerading as a neo-noir cyberpunk drama
We smell trouble for our favorite magizoologist
'History of the Underground' takes a hard and painful look at life during Martial Law with rare and recently unreleased footage from the era
'Flatliners' doesn’t even try to deviate from the formula that betrayed its predecessor
'The franchise is slowly but surely losing its novelty and luster'
The movie's escape from convention feels hollow and ornamental
Whether a book, movie, or play is written this year or before this century, many issues don't change
From French to Korean, watch as these talented young linguists act out the lines we Pinoys have come to know and love
The film is all about infatuation and never attempts to communicate how the two characters have grown to feel love for each other
Film producer Ria Limjap and director Raya Martin talk to Coco Alcuaz about the joys and challenges of adapting the novel 'Smaller and Smaller Circles' for the big screen
A release date has been set for the horror movie's sequel
Some parts of the film are still funny, but the humor is less sleek and more forced
(UPDATED) Mikhail Red's 'Birdshot' stars newcomer Mary Joy Apostol and actors John Arcilla and Ku Aquino
The movie breaks rules and upends expectations by flinging conventions around to the point of exhaustion
Unfortunately, the film is drowning in dialogue
Here's what you need to know about the European film festival this 2017
Its biggest mystery is how it got made in the first place
The movie is set to have a regular run in theaters nationwide, starting on the eve of the 45th anniversary of Martial Law
A young boy, Atari Kobayashi is on a mission to search for his missing dog that was taken to Trash Island
Lara Croft must stop an organization called Trinity from getting to the 'Mother of Death,' a tomb her father discovered
The film is way ahead of other box office hits – including new releases 'American Assassin' and 'mother!'
'American Made' is adamantly a lot of fun. It is also unflinchingly political
'Logan Lucky' is such a spirited film. It thoroughly entertains, blending humor and wit with all the familiar tropes of the genre.
The Hollywood legend talks about playing a cowboy named Champagne in the second film of the spy comedy franchise
'Loving in Tandem' could have been an obnoxious mess but thankfully, it's not
Select SM cinemas have been showcasing indie films on a regular basis; with the screening of at least one indie film every single week
In a way The Beguiled feels like a searing mockery of the expectations and constraints society imposes on women
Its glaring naiveté neither adds to the charm nor frustrates
Last Night is their follow up movie after Starting Over Again
Paulo Avelino returns as the young general
Del Toro had described the flick as an antidote to cynicism and enchanted reviewers hailed it as his greatest work yet
The Mr Robot actor nails the Queen frontman s signature look