Black Magic: A ‘Black Panther’ Film Review

Black Panther is a superhero film that captivates with its compelling story. Complemented by its neo-traditional wardrobe and sets, heart-pumping sequences, epic-tribal soundtrack, and well-performing cast, this movie is undeniably one of the greatest in its genre. 4.47/5.


Cataclysm itself: A ‘Geostorm’ film review

Geostorm is one film I somehow liked watching, but after scrutinizing the movie in multiple aspects, I found myself realizing how mediocre it was. It is a massive mishap itself. READ ON to learn why.

Love [and Gal Gadot] wins: A ‘Wonder Woman’ (2017) Film Review

DC has finally learned its lesson. After producing meh films such as ‘Suicide Squad’ and ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’, here comes a lifesaver for the comics’ extended universe: the epic female superhero ‘Wonder Woman’, portrayed flawlessly by the gorgeous Gal Gadot. The film’s story, with its compelling themes, takes an enormous leap away from the dark plots of previous DC films. Further equipped with heart-racing scenes and an outstanding score, ‘Wonder Woman’ truly deserves all of its box office achievements.

Playing games on Independence Day: a ‘Puzzles’ review

Another long weekend had come and gone. Sadly, I had to spend it in the city so that I could arrange my stuffs here in my new crib. Nevertheless, I did not let the three-day break pass without a dine-out with some of my friends at Puzzles, Bonifacio Global City.

Blurred lines: A ‘Bliss’ Film Review

Bliss has shaken the Philippine movie industry with its psycho-sexual and thriller themes. Starring Iza Calzado as protagonist Jane Ciego, the mind-boggling movie was met with praises and acclaim. is a bold change of pace from mainstream, Filipino movies. Filled with enigma, the story urges the viewers to make the gears in their brains working first before ultimately understanding and enjoying the plot.

Retelling a tale as old as time in this modern era: A Beauty and the Beast (2017) Film Review

We have come to an age when re-imagining classic Disney animated masterpieces into live-action films is a trend; and after Maleficent, Cinderella and The Jungle Book, it is now the turn of Beauty and the Beast to be remade. The 2017 recreation of the animated, romantic, musical fairytale was a harmony of vibrant colors and vivacious melodies. Co-produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Mandeville Films, the Bill Condon version does not delve too far from the brilliant original, but it still feels new and refreshing. With an ensemble cast composed of Emma Watson as Belle, and Dan Stevens as Prince Adam/the Beast among others, the movie has proved to be a global phenomenon.

Loving You, Music, and Alcohol: An “I’m Drunk, I Love You” Review

I have fallen in love with “Love, Rosie” since the moment I finished watching it. Alex and Rosie had been friends since childhood, but in secret, they harbored romantic feelings for one another. Their relationship was one hell of a roller coaster ride, and the movie kept me screaming “Please, just be together!” Fortunately, in the end, the director/screenwriter seemed to have heard my emotional pleas, and the two ended up together, happily ever after.

But what if only one of them had romantic feelings for the other? What if the other does not see her the way she sees him? Ahhh, that is absolutely worse, and that is the theme that “I’m Drunk, I Love You” dared to delve into.