There was a lot of expectation leading to Spider-man: Far From Home, being the final installment in Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first three phases. The film relishes in this feeling as the world finds its way back to normalcy after the five year blip and the death of its hero Tony Stark aka Iron Man. Watching… Read More ‘Spider-man: Far From Home’ Movie Review
So finally, I’ve caught up with Venom, thanks to Netflix. As much as I wanted to like this movie, I really felt that Sony bungled up this attempt to expand the Spider-man franchise by focusing on his arch enemy. Synopsis: Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is an investigative reporter who loses his job after trying to… Read More Venom: Movie Review
Aesthetically, I am completely on board Joker 2019. Tonally, I am impressed beyond words.… Read More The Joker Final Trailer looks deliciously disturbing
I wasn’t able to watch Furious 7 in its first week, when cinemas were jampacked with people itching to see the late Paul Walker’s final ride in the franchise he started with his bestie Vin Diesel. Indeed, no matter how hard core this franchise is with the cool cars and the hot girls (who are… Read More Furious 7: Movie Review
I’ve had to endure watching several painful versions of Hercules before this movie finally came out and I, for one, and pretty glad it delivered on the hype because I could not take sitting through another Kellan Lutz version-level of this great mythological character. In director Brett Ratner’s (Prison Break) version of Hercules, the titular… Read More Hercules: The Thracian Wars Movie Review
Even before the release of the film adaptation of Veronica Roth’s young adult dystopian novel, the film already had a lot to live up to. Not only was it being compared to The Hunger Games, which released its second movie Catching Fire to almost absolutely positive reviews in late 2013 (a well deserved praise), but… Read More Divergent: Movie Review
A couple of years ago, I’ve read Gregory Maguire’s Wicked, about Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, the chief villainess of L. Frank Baum’s 1900 classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and immediately became a fan of his writing. I also became Elphie’s supporter because its hard not to admire the green skinned rebel… Read More Wicked the Musical in Manila: Green is IN!