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'The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part' is one crazy party
'The conspiracy between the mechanics of a romance and palatable realness is strange at first, until it all makes beautiful sense'
Sadly, the 'Jump Force' campaign mode is fan service done wrong
The film seems to want its audience to revel at the extent of grotesqueness technology can stretch the human form with
The film, mostly set in Saga, Japan, stars Xian Lim and Louise delos Reyes
‘The Umbrella Academy’ works best when it frees itself from uninteresting drama and lets its characters lean into their weirdness
'Ang Sikreto ng Piso' is afflicted with torturous redundancy
'The Possession of Hannah Grace' is both stale and disposable
'It confidently skirts norms without losing track of its need to delight'
The wildly successful rock trio make their full-length album debut with an enjoyable though inconsistent set of songs that nevertheless prove the band’s skill
The memo aims to help in facilitating and promoting NCCA-funded films
Like Ellie’s subjects, 'Glass' is stubbornly but intriguingly contained
'What is most troubling in Alpha is how Mendoza doesn’t express any anger in all the lives lost in a glaringly ineffective war'
The 'teenybopper romance' stars McCoy de Leon and Elise Joson
'Bumblebee' is a convincing ray of hope that there can be good things from a franchise that has been abused for profit
'Mary Poppins Returns' is undoubtedly a good time in the cinemas
'Sadly, the film is only consistent in how illogical it is,' movie critic Oggs Cruz says
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
The game’s mindless fun fails to save it from some uninspired mission design and technical shortcomings
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
'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
Catriona Gray and her team didn't come to Bangkok to participate – they came to win
Director Alfonso Cuarón molds the movie perfectly to pay loving tribute to people in the fringes
'Since it overextends its welcome, it ends up more tiring than invigorating'
'Miss World doesn’t need anymore gimmickry, continental awards to get more people interested and the entire list of countries in existence to participate'
'Mortal Engines' is so dogged in its desire to push the narrative forward as fast and bombastic as possible that the film barely has any room to breathe
The Note 9 will likely be the last to sport this design before the S10 introduces a new form in early 2019
Sadly, it seems that the culprit to 'Three Words to Forever’s' staleness is the performances
Clearly, 'Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap' isn’t some sloppily put-together film that relies on easy gags to entertain
'It is refreshingly current in both form and heart'
'Recipe for Love' aspires to grant a glimpse of the highs and lows of a romantic relationship throughout its various stages
In the end, 'Through Night and Day' is even more imperfect than the couple it portrays
Crimes of Grindenwald is a film that stumbles more than it flows.
'Kung Paano Siya Nawala' is a romance that savors the beauty of faults
The acclaimed musical returns for a sixteen-show run
Singapore's government agencies slam the posted Facebook article as 'clearly false, defamatory, and attacks Singapore'
'All Souls Night' has already used up most of its tricks, most of which are overused tropes
'It has a certain kind of lightness that doesn’t just simply surrender to blind silliness for empty giggles'
This tale of witchcraft and coming of age packs lots of thrills
A powerful villain returns, and a new one arrives to wreak havoc on Hell’s Kitchen