The 41st Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) features eight full length movies of different genres which will be shown starting December 25, 2015 at movie theaters nationwide.
The merriest time of the year is highlighted by a ballet performance based on a classic fairy tale, play adapted from a popular novel, rock festival, orchestra performances, and more!
Star War fans around the globe are excited about the showing of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. It will r arrive in Philippine cinemas on December 17, 2015, one day ahead of its US release. However, the film will give way to the annual Metro Manila Film Festival movie line-up and will return after the festival during the first week…Read More »
‘A Second Chance’ wasn’t a roller coaster of emotion, no. It was more like a really turbulent plane ride. ‘Coz throughout the film, with practically no breathers whatsoever, the movie strong-arms you into emotional submission. I mean, it wasn’t even subtle. Almost every scene had someone crying, or arguing, or saying some hugot line, as if the movie was saying,…Read More »
TISHU PLEASE! TISHU!!! NO, I’M NOT CRYING! I’M NOT CRYING AT ALL!!!! Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour Concert last November 21 was lively, stirring, and majestic; this concert is going down in my book as one of the best, most emotional concerts I’ve ever had the pleasure of attending! The stage wasn’t flamboyant, there wasn’t much choreography on-stage, no…Read More »
For most millennial women, Maine represents the exception to every rule; the damsel not in distress, the crazy but good girl, and the Pinay Cinderella. One can study any single segment of Maine’s life and learn about being real, patience, and cultivating an internal core of wisdom that doesn’t even need words. Allow me to do the talking. 1. Less…Read More »
America has Wonder Woman, the Philippines has Darna. Darna is a Pinoy fictional super heroine created by writer Mars Ravelo and artist Nestor Redondo. Darna has different variations but the story always begins with a simple and down-to-earth girl named Narda who lives in a small town. Her life changes when she finds a white pebble which came from outer space.…Read More »
The month of November is highlighted by musical shows, full length ballet and concerts. The Bridges of Madison County West End musical theatre star Joanna Ampil and Broadway and West End rock star MiG Ayesa topbills “The Bridges of Madison County.” The two-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical is based on the best-selling novel by Robert James Waller. “The Bridges of…Read More »
Are you thinking of what else to do after spending time visiting the graves of your departed loved ones and offering prayers? Best avoid the post Undas traffic by staying home. Filipinos love a good scare during this season. Make some popcorn and enjoy a Pinoy horror movie marathon. Here are some of the scariest Pinoy flicks you might consider…Read More »