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The film, starring Julia Barretto and Gerald Anderson, is set in Saga, Japan
It’s not a perfect game. It’s not a fantastic game, but it’s not a bad one either.
'Man and Wife' just doesn’t commit to progress and innovation
'S.O.N.S.' isn’t really a film. It is a lousy skit
'Tayo sa Huling Taon ng Buwan' is calm yet quaint
It's a sensibly-priced tech showcase that's facing intense competition from cheaper models
'Maledicto' is uncertain of what it really wants to be and what it really wants to do
'Endgame' succeeds more as a soap opera than a superhero film
'Dagsin' is more than just a novelty act or a pageant of archaic customs and costumes
In the end, 'Stranded' has to rely on the strength of the performances of its two leads to sustain its broken conceit until the finish line
'Last Fool Show' is a genuinely novel work, especially if seen alongside most recently released romances
Movie critic Oggs Cruz gives a rundown of the movies at Sinag Maynila 2019
Simply put, sitting through 'Portrait of My Love' is pointless torture
'It has all the opulence and polish to terrify but at the end of it all, it is just too tame and timid a horror film to make a real lasting impression'
'Maria’s' triumph isn’t in its ambition to evolve its genre by infusing it with currency or relevance
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'Pansamantagal' stumbles with such a flagrant lack of any sophistication in the manner it tries to connects the dots
'Far Cry New Dawn' feels familiar in both good and bad ways
'Ulan' is more about stories than it is about the idea of love
The returning musical is still a potent examination of friendships and regret
'The movie that should have been vastly enjoyable as it is just wobbles beneath all the weight and expectations,' film critic Oggs Cruz says of the new Marvel flick
The show’s 2019 Manila run kicked off with a gala night on February 28
'Monstrum' seems to be more invested in spectacle than tackling the schemes and machinations of men in power
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'The Hidden World may not be able to match its predecessors’ sense of joy, wonder and woe, but it comes close enough'
The fact that 'The Favourite' has basis in history only makes its implications resonate more
'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