There’s a New “Love, Simon” Trailer and the Movie Can’t Come Sooner

I'm not 100% sure if this is a new trailer or a recut of the previously-released trailer intended for UK audience but this is by far the most number of scenes released from the movie and I'm pumped! https://youtu.be/ruX-PES5FSI

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Movie Review: The Greatest Showman

I've read a lot of tweets praising the songs included in the musical film The Greatest Showman.  Its song This is Me even won a Golden Globe award for Best Original Song. And indeed, the songs are good.  I like This is Me, Never Enough, Rewrite the Stars (performed by Zac Efron and Zendaya), and The Greatest Show.   Unfortunately, … Continue reading Movie Review: The Greatest Showman

Movie Review: Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes

It has been a while since I enjoyed a local movie as much as I did "Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes." The story revolves around the two Mrs. Reyes -- Lianne and Cindy -- who find out that their husbands are having an affair with each other. What unfolds are their attempts at exacting revenge and … Continue reading Movie Review: Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes

Excited for “Love, Simon”

Have you watched the trailer for the upcoming movie "Love, Simon?"  It is the film adapation of the young aduly novel "Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda" by Becky Albertalli. https://youtu.be/ykHeGtN4m94 I read the book early last year and instantly fell in love with it!  And basing on the trailer, the movie may just be … Continue reading Excited for “Love, Simon”

Love You to the Stars and Back

Entering the cinema, I was expecting a feel-good teen romance movie even if its trailer mentioned that the male lead has cancer. Boy, was I wrong.  The movie dealt with the pain of losing someone, and the fear of leaving the people you love behind. The movie revolved around their journey to a mountain in … Continue reading Love You to the Stars and Back

‘Kita Kita’ Review [POSSIBLE SPOILERS]

[POSSIBLE SPOILERS BELOW. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK] I'm a sucker for romantic comedy films and for the better part of the film, I was laughing and rooting for the leads' love story.  But as the film revealed how the story of Tonyo (Empoy Marquez) and Lea (Alessandra de Rossi) came to be, I could … Continue reading ‘Kita Kita’ Review [POSSIBLE SPOILERS]