Rappler's latest stories on MMFF 2018
Organizers of the festival say the 2018 edition has surpassed previous Christmas and New Year records
When all the imagination runs out, and it becomes apparent that the film is devoid of even the subtlest of substance, the film starts to run on fumes, turning into a jolly but really juvenile jumble
'Mary, Marry Me' has all the right elements in place but ultimately fails to make any other impact than lasting disappointment
Simply put, 'The Girl in the Orange Dress' film falls under all the pressure of its cute but curbed premise
'Rainbow’s Sunset' is lousy in both crafting and concept
'Rainbow's Sunset' wins the top awards, plus 2 special jury prizes
'Complacency is the biggest foe of creativity, and the creative team behind 'Jack Em Popoy' have all the reason to be complacent'
'Otlum' is just brief. It isn’t witty. It also isn’t very soulful.
'Aurora' is a film that could have benefited from focusing on mood instead of shock
Jessy stars in the upcoming romantic comedy opposite Jericho Rosales
The parade kicks off the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival!
Donny, Kisses, and Richard are appearing in the upcoming film along with an all-star cast led by Vice Ganda
The actor portrays an elderly gay man in the upcoming film 'Rainbow's Sunset'
The annual parade saw stars brave the rains to represent their films
What happens when top stars from the Kapuso and Kapamilya networks collaborate? Tons of laughs and action, of course.
The movie is Maine's first movie without on-screen partner Alden Richards
Anne Curtis, Coco Martin, Vic Sotto, and Vice Ganda lead the first 4 films
Coco confirms he and the 'Eat Bulaga' host are set to work together for an MMFF movie this year