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REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘The Society’ even more attractive exercise than it already looks

Posted on: 11 May 2019 | 464 Views

Netflix’s new series, The Society, talks about power in the vein of several recent dystopian young-adult dramas–CW’s The 100, and FOX’s Wayward Pines, for example. Both these dramas navigated around such themes by utilizing teenagers at the maneuver, exploring the political landscape with both their fragile and irascible curiosity; a…

‘Kara Mia’ pilot episode review: Lacking but promising

Posted on: 19 Feb 2019 | 464 Views

A new primetime drama about twins, star-crossed lovers, and supernatural creatures, arrives to GMA Network’s Telebabad with a tall order: to overcome the rival show which already toppled eleven previous Kapuso shows. As the 12th Kapuso program to get pitted against ABS-CBN’s ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,’ it almost seems an absurd…

‘Alone/Together’ MOVIE REVIEW: Beautifully articulated Tale of a Hopeful Romance

Posted on: 13 Feb 2019 | 464 Views

Antoinette Jadaone’s new film, ‘Alone/Together’, is liberal; its haunting illustration of a highly vulnerable love affair, tried under the curbs of time and personal differences. There is a consummate lens through which the film’s themes are dissected. The idea of people striving to make their romance work amid their individual…

‘FindHer’ Review: Fast paced romance intelligently told against the backdrop of modern technology

Posted on: 12 Feb 2019 | 464 Views

Awkward first encounters, cutesy conversation bubbles, corny pick-up lines delivered endearingly, and random discussions about multiple universes over coffee dates – that’s essentially what makes up FindHer sound like a weird mix for a romantic comedy, don’t you think. But it works wonders for Smart Telecommunications first-ever venture into the…

TV REVIEW: Angel Locsin’s character confronts a devastating truth as events get more explosive in ‘The General’s Daughter’

Posted on: 03 Feb 2019 | 464 Views

“Kilala mo na kung sino ka?” The question brings Rhian (Angel Locsin) to tears, and her shivering body find its way around Nang Isabel’s embrace (Maricel Soriano). Such heartbreaking moment conjures a devastating epiphany for Rhian: that her life is a curse, one she wouldn’t dare to come back to…

‘TOL Movie Review: Brilliant performances overcome weak narrative weave

Posted on: 03 Feb 2019 | 464 Views

It’s hard to pinpoint where exactly Miko Livelo’s Tol went amiss. It offers quite a sizeable amount of laugh trips, but the storytelling never came out as a razor sharp narrative as it should be – for it to be at its most effective form. One, however, may immediately realize…

Why is ‘Otso’ ‘Pinoy Big Brother’s’ most explosive season yet

Posted on: 30 Jan 2019 | 464 Views

Pinoy Big Brother has always been controversial. Over the past few years, we’ve seen how each edition exploded with interesting personalities (though, some not so) that didn’t only made headlines, but also offered a chance for TV audiences to see their own selves in them; through the relatable stories of…

“The General’s Daughter” TV Review: Diverting, Compelling, and Politically Significant

Posted on: 21 Jan 2019 | 464 Views

A woman in a covert rescue mission gets shot, wakes up with no clear memory of who she is, and now battles with the thought that maybe she isn’t the good person people around her, believe she is, in ABS-CBN’s new action drama series. There are a lot in common…

Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil break hearts in the first official teaser of “Alone/Together”

Posted on: 20 Jan 2019 | 464 Views

The first teaser for the new Blacksheep film, has all the feels of a devastating ‘hugot’ movie. Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil star in ‘Alone/Together‘, where blockbuster director, Antoinette Jadaone is the one directing it. In the opening scene, Soberano’s character, Cristine, rushes through the stairs of Palma Hall in…

MOVIE REVIEW: Did M. Night Shyamalan make a Mess in ‘Glass’?

Posted on: 16 Jan 2019 | 464 Views

On January 11, S Maison at Conrad Manila (SM Mall of Asia Complex) allowed members of the press and some important guests to see the conclusion to M. Night Shyamalan’s trilogy of comic book thrillers, before it hits the cinemas nationwide on the 16th. There is a sizable room in…