All in all, Goosebumps 2 was a pretty cool kiddie horror that had equal amounts of jump scares and laughs. The cliffhanger ending also hints at a third part which is fine by me. I’d still go see it.
Halloween is just around the corner so you may be wondering which horror movies to check out to set the mood for the season. To help you out, I’ve compiled […]
If you are not easily offended and simply want a series that has great animation, entertaining script bordering on the ridiculous, go ahead and catch up on this animated show on Netflix. Just be warned that its crude humor is not for kids.
There is a difference between indie and mainstream movies. Most indie films find themselves struggling to cater to the taste of mainstream audiences which make up basically 80 percent of […]
In this edition of See it or Skip it, I check out the trailers of Pinoy comedy films, horror sequels, animated gems, rom coms and thrillers which will open this […]
All in all, The Lion King Live Action was a pretty strong movie in its own right barring comparison from the animated original. It deserves credit for that. However, the real magic of the of the film lies with sharing this experience with your young ones and bonding over your common love for this classic story’s enduring message of love, family, friendship and destiny
All in all, JoKoy Comin’ in Hot was an entertaining way to spend an hour of your time. You have to brace yourself for the more brutal jokes but if you’re down with it, you can even learn a lesson or two — Cooking Rice the Asian Way and Fix Your Credit. These life lessons does wonders for your lovelife, says this comedian and he might be on to something.
Its really hard to come up with lists like these because I really have to dig deep into my history of TV and film viewing so I won’t miss anyone. […]
Movie moms often represent the different types of mothers that we have in real life. Parenthood is a challenge in itself but motherhood is a whole ‘nother story. Just for […]
All in all, I very much liked Velvet Buzzsaw and thought the ending was an excellent touch to imply a continued horror and also close the chapter for this set of characters who were so blinded by ego that they failed to see the big picture (pun intended). Great performances by the cast across the board and an engaging film about a topic that not all people are familiar about — art and possibly serial killers who live next door. Chills.
Its that time of the year again when cinemas are devoted to purely Filipino cinema and this year’s entries to the Metro Manila Film Festival will make you go dizzy from choosing which movie to watch with your loved one. If you’re not yet updated about which films to watch, here’s your definitive guide to help you navigate through this year’s eight entries to the annual MMFF.
All in all, I’m a big fan of Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping because it was a ton of fun. Its that simple. Sometimes, that’s all there is to it.
All in all, I liked the Hillbilly touch to the movie and how strong the characterization was for the main cast. Their plot seemed simple and complicated at the same time and makes one root for the success blue collar little guys who manage to pull off a scheme of this magnitude. It was’t as intense as other heist movies but it held its own in the genre. There was no need for villains or other family issues, just good, just a good old fashioned heist brilliantly executed, filled with tons of good humor. Plus, Sadie’s surprise for her daddy at the pageant really got me to tear up. Awww!
Goosebumps is the big screen adaptation of R.L. Stine’s children’s book series of the same name. Instead of picking out a particular title, Sony Pictures Entertainment, backing the movie with […]
I was a major fan of Ben Stiller’s 2001 hit Zoolander and was one of the first to pledge to see the sequel as soon as its released. After all, […]
Being JaDine fans, my squad and I already locked down the date to watch this movie long before Viva Films finalized the release date. We already planned to watch the […]