Rappler's latest stories on Filipino movies
From 'BuyBust' to 'That Thing Called Tadhana,' these local films will have you binge-watching for days
(UPDATED) As if it wasn’t already hard enough to pick a movie to stream!
It was a landslide of wins for the Filipino film community in New York City
The centennial of Philippine cinema was celebrated at this year’s Busan International Film Festival in South Korea
We talk to the director and star of the Cinema One Originals entry has much to say
Many fans can't wait to see how the on-screen dynamics of these two well-loved celebs will play out
Did you ever think you’d get to see Cole Sprouse play Darna?
Director Paul Soriano and lead stars Aga Muhlach and Bea Alonzo talk to Rappler about the high and lows of love, why ‘First Love’ was a wonder to film, and why we should all be willing to take a risk – especially because it’s nerve-wracking
'A prominent personality said, ‘Name one martial law victim,’ I can name you several in the film'
'Exes Baggage' is Angelica and Carlo's long-awaited reunion movie
Lead stars Dingdong Dantes, Anne Curtis, and director Irene Villamor share why not all 'I Love You' stories are real love stories
Solenn Heussaff, Paolo Ballesteros, and Joem Bascon believe that love knows no gender in parenting a child
Mike de Leon's movie, starring Atom Araullo, premieres on May 23
Shaina Magdayao and Matteo Guidicelli talk about the changes their characters go through in the movie 'Single/Single: Love is Not Enough'
'Darating ang araw, magiging iyo ang huling halakhak...pero mapapangiti ka na lang,' writes the director on Instagram
Thankfully, 'Ang Pambansang Third Wheel' is more than just the conventional romance that opens it
Rachel Alejandro recounts her journey as the cast of 'Ang Larawan' screens the movie from school to school nationwide
'Amnesia Love' fails to leave an indelible imprint on anything
Does your favorite teleserye and movie make it to the list?
See eerie portraits Paulo Avelino, Empress Schuck, Epy Quizon, and more as their characters in 'Goyo'
From French to Korean, watch as these talented young linguists act out the lines we Pinoys have come to know and love
It starts off like a typical OFW melodrama but after secrets unfold the film reveals its deeper layers
The film is a collection of erroneous twists and missed opportunities laments movie reviewer Oggs Cruz
Our movie reviewers team up to bring you a list of the year s notable movies – from romcoms to satires to dramas
While the film boasts a number of innovative ideas it’s still weighed down by an obedient adherence to mainstream formula writes Zig Marasigan
It s good for the Filipino people It s good for Filipino cinema Our work is on par with other cinemas of the world says director Lav Diaz of his film
The President does not recognize how amazing the Nora Aunor story is because his own narrative is so far removed from it