Baconaua: Movie Review

No matter the case, I think Baconaua would have been a better film if it did not focus too much on making its message a big mystery to solve for its audience. While it carried out the artistic side of the film, I believe that the really good movies are those that manage to find the balance between art and entertainment and one that reaches all types of audience. Call me uncultured but this is me #justsaying.… Read More Baconaua: Movie Review

Nakauwi Na (short): Film Review

Nakauwi Na depicts the flipside of the government’s war against drugs when killings have become commonplace and no trials are needed to mete out justice against perceived offenders. The story talks about what happens to the families of the victims, like Mang Jerry, who struggles with helplessness as he wrestles with his personal sense of injustice, but has to hold all those feelings in just so he could send off his one and only offspring in the hopes that he finds peace in the afterlife. … Read More Nakauwi Na (short): Film Review

Kita Kita: Movie Review

In the age of “hugot” films, it is refreshing to see a film that focuses on telling a story rather than be preoccupied with delivering zingers, pick up lines and one liners.
Kita Kita wasn’t really about the cliched take on inner vs outer beauty. Rather, it was a story of healing, moving forward and seeing not only with our eyes but with our hearts , a lesson we all need to learn before its too late to find what will make us happy. … Read More Kita Kita: Movie Review