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Movie critic Oggs Cruz reviews the 3 movies in the QCinema Festival 2019
The film stumbles in its desire to break away from fable and into blockbuster territory
'It doesn’t cheat its way towards its happy endings. All the emotions it conjures feel sincere and authentic.'
I remember about 4 years ago, I came home one day to find two new books from my father. It was parts one and two of the Janus Silang books. I loved them. I realized that the series has become a part of my life now.
'Ang Henerasyong Sumuko sa Love' is shallow fare
There is talent involved in the making of 'Kiko En Lala' – making its artistic collapse much more infuriating
It has the kind of fun you'd expect from a Mario game but those who pay for characters and items may get some advantages
Other improvements such as the new camera, and enhanced video capabilities are useful but also feel fairly conservative
Sadly, 'Chapter Two' is stricken by incoherence
The popular sports title is currently a target of negative review bombing on the online store and the reviews aggregator
'Sanggano, Sanggago’t Sanggwapo' is a valueless relic, a latecomer that nobody wants around
The binge-worthy series starring Eugene Domingo is a hilarious romp through the movie-making process
What makes 'Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood' truly admirable is that its allegiance to virtues is more apparent than its bitterness
'The Ghosting' doesn’t make its audience care for the fate of any of its characters
Despite 'Just a Stranger’s' affinity for titillation and sensationalism, it still manages to allow restraint
Rappler's pageant contributor Voltaire Tayag weighs in on the 2019 edition of the long-running pageant
'And Ai, Thank You' is pleasant if only it persisted to be the guiltless bag of gags it should have been
Here's a review of 'Ani', 'F#*@bois', 'Iska', 'Malamaya', and 'Children of the River'
New UAAP basketball commissioner Jensen Ilagan aims to use tech-savvy initiatives for fair competition
'Hobbs & Shaw' will inevitably be forgotten once the next and more outrageous Fast & Furious entry comes along
'Family History' is precious because it understands that tears, cries and whimpers aren’t the only logical response to depression
'Hello, Love, Goodbye' is fine entertainment – one that doesn’t dumb down the issues it puts forward for the sake of a standard happy ending
Overall a reliable unit for amateurs and pros despite a few design missteps here and there
Incredible telephoto shots and a mature design show the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom is primetime-ready
'Midsommar' is scant on plot, allowing it to dress itself with ornate details and subtle layers
We review the latest SONA as a cinematic experience – because why not?
'My Letters to Happy' is thankfully a film that doesn’t use its good intentions to bandage its flaws and deficiencies
What happens when data and art channel their anger towards a deadly 'drug war?' 'Kolateral'
'Far From Home', beyond its veneer of comic book goofiness, bears realities that are worth pondering.
It’s one of the best all-around packages you could get in the market offering stellar audio performance with exceptional noise-cancelling technology
Missed the old, 80s-flavored ‘Stranger Things’? It’s back in season 3.
'This is blatant propaganda,' writes resident critic Oggs Cruz
'Because I Love You' is nothing more than a chore, and it shows
Its design and choice of materials plus its relatively inexpensive price make it a winner
'Rocketman' still manages to be flamboyant when most of its elements are plain and vanilla
'Toy Story 4' is the fitting end to a series that has become so preoccupied with characters chained to their jobs and their roles