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'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
The new horror series from director Mike Flanagan proves to be one of Netflix’s better dramas, with strong performances and lots of creeping dread.
'A Star is Born' is as compelling a deep dive into the world of glitz and glamour as it is an intimate romance
Elections spokesman James Jimenez takes responsibility for a university launch of the project where the image of an actress in a bathing suit was flashed onscreen
'It is almost as if Wild and Free isn’t aware of how toxic it and its message are'
'Liway' is an astounding personal work as it mines its narrative from the memories of Kip Oebanda growing up within the confines of his parents’ prison
'It is so limp in everything it wants to do, it fails to penetrate anything'
'Para sa Broken Hearted' maximizes the conceit of tragic romances being narrated seemingly out of nowhere and to the most random of strangers
The most frustrating about it is not that it's slender in scares, but slender in imagination
'At first glance, the animated film seems bereft of original ideas'
'Exes Baggage is a love story that is aware of the attitudes that define the generation of its lovers'
The Commission on Elections says the local source code review 'seeks to build trust and confidence' in the automated election system for 2019
The Hashtags, Ben&Ben, Gloc9, Shanti Dope, Moira, KZ Tandingan, and Bamboo – here's what you missed
In the latest 'BoJack Horseman' outing, no karma is the worst karma
'The House with a Clock in its Walls' surprises even if it doesn’t need to
Don Cuaresma’s 'Abay Babes' is a film that is never shy of where it sources its pleasures
'Nakalimutan Ko Nang Kalimutan Ka' is most delightful when it ridicules our inexplicable infatuation with heartaches
Movie critic Oggs Cruz gives his take on this year's entries
'NBA 2K19' continues to excel but microtransactions also continue to rule the day in online career modes
'The Hopeful Romantic' is actually smarter than it looks
All of the conflicts that the film tries to tie together are torturously generic
'Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral' cleverly avoids flattery, stripping the young general of all the myths that decades of misinformed idolatry have afforded him
Netlfix’s latest romantic comedy is a well-acted, vibrant take on high school identity, but isn’t as successful as a tale of teenage love
Insomniac’s take on Spider-Man is a complete and spectacular 'Spider-Man' experience. It’s fast, fluid, funny and stays true to the character
Sugary with discotheque beats and oozing with confidence, Ariana Grande’s 'Sweetener' sizzles as her most empowering, most dynamic album to date
'The Equalizer 2' is an even more peculiar actioner than its predecessor
There is enough sparkle in 'The Hows of Us' to wade over its unconvincing passages
The Irish boyband returns to the Philippines one more time before bidding goodbye
'Joyce Bernal’s remake is more a spotlight as to what kind of artist Geronimo has become'
'Hotel Transylvania 3' is just unabashedly silly
The Chicago-born rap star proves to be a dynamo performer in his first Philippine show, where he takes everyone to church.
'Crazy Rich Asians' is fabulously clever, writes film critic Oggs Cruz
'Balangiga: Howling Wilderness navigates its seemingly simple narrative around the very relevant tenuous relations the Philippines has with America'
Film critic Oggs Cruz reviews 'Signal Rock,' 'The Day After Valentine’s,' 'Unli Life, and 'We Will Not Die Tonight'
Movie critic Oggs Cruz gives us a lowdown on 'Ang Babaeng Allergic sa Wifi,' 'Bakwit Boys,' 'Madilim ang Gabi,' and 'Pinay Beauty'
With his solo debut, the former IV of Spades frontman says goodbye to disco and searches for identity in the sounds of psychedelic rock.