MOVIE REVIEW: Train to Busan (2016)

TRAIN TO BUSAN (2016) Review Directed by Yeon Sang-ho An Asian zombie movie is rare feat to mount, not that we Asians can’t keep up with Hollywood but because, generally, zombie films are difficult to produce and the audience today is hard to please, and filmmaking is still a business. But with the right material, maybe it can succeed, and Train to Busan does everything … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: Train to Busan (2016)

NOW SHOWING IN THE PHILIPPINES (September 1, 2016)

NOW SHOWING IN PHILIPPINE CINEMAS September 1, 2016 ONE PIECE FILM GOLD – Exclusively at SM Cinemas, Rated PG, 2hr GODZILLA RESURGENCE – Rated PG, Also in IMAX 2D, 1hr 50min DON’T BREATHE – Rated R-13, Also in MX4D, 1hr 28min TRAIN TO BUSAN – Rated R-13, Also in 4Dx, 1hr 58min PAMILYA ORDINARYO – Rated R-16, 1hr 47min MECHANIC RESURRECTION – Rated R-13, 1hr 39min THE AMITYVILLE THEATER – Rated … Continue reading NOW SHOWING IN THE PHILIPPINES (September 1, 2016)

‘Train to Busan’ PH List of Cinemas (4th Week)

Train to Busan is now on its fourth week, going strong with more than 70 theaters in cinemas nationwide. Here is the list of cinemas still screening Train to Busan: Abreeza Mall Cinema 4 Alabang Town Center Cinema 4 Ali Mall Cineplex 3 Ayala Center Cebu Cinema 1 Ayala Fairview Terraces Cinema 3 Ayala Malls Legazpi Cinema 4 Bichara Silverscreen Cinema 3 Bonifacio High Street Cinema 1 (ATMOS) Eastwood … Continue reading ‘Train to Busan’ PH List of Cinemas (4th Week)

Korean Superstar Gong Yoo to Fight For Survival Against Zombies in ‘Train to Busan’

Popularly known to his Filipino fans as Arthur Choi in the hit Korean TV series “The Coffee Prince” aired January 2008 in GMA Network, actor Gong Yoo is back in Philippine shores as Seok-Woo, a fund manager in Seoul in the zombie movie Train to Busan. Gong Yoo started his acting career with small parts in television dramas and films. He landed his first lead role in the … Continue reading Korean Superstar Gong Yoo to Fight For Survival Against Zombies in ‘Train to Busan’

Korean Zombie Movie ‘Train To Busan’ To Be Released in PH Cinemas

You want it, you got it! The hit Korean Zombie movie “Train To Busan” is officially coming Philippine cinemas on September 1, 2016! 80 cinemas confirmed as of August 19, 2016. Seok-Woo (Gong Yoo) is a fund manager in Seoul. He is separated from his wife and lives with his daughter Soo-An (Kim Soo-Ahn). Seok-Woo doesn’t spend much time with his daughter or show affection to her. On … Continue reading Korean Zombie Movie ‘Train To Busan’ To Be Released in PH Cinemas

MOVIE REVIEW: My New Sassy Girl (2016)

MY NEW SASSY GIRL (2016) Review Directed by Geun-shik Jo Following the hit 2001 Korean drama-comedy film, it’s a surprise that they are actually making a sequel, that it’s connected to the first one with a new girl. That alone takes what has been loved from the first one ripped from the fans, the ones who embraced the silly love between an incompetent guy and, … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: My New Sassy Girl (2016)

Married & Abused in Korean Romantic Comedy ‘My New Sassy Girl’

 The story of the hapless Gyeon-woo (played by Cha Tae-Hyun) in the fall-of-your-seat Korean romantic hit movie “My Sassy Girl” continues in the highly-awaited sequel “My New Sassy Girl” where he is now married to an unpredictable tough woman played by Victoria Song.                 In “My New Sassy Girl,” Gyeon-woo has trouble forgetting his “old” sassy girl (Jun Ji-hyun), but soon reunites with his childhood love … Continue reading Married & Abused in Korean Romantic Comedy ‘My New Sassy Girl’

Second Round of Hilarious Love Story in ‘My New Sassy Girl’

From the surprise romantic blockbuster South Korean film “My Sassy Girl,” the comical and lovable Cha-tae Hyun is back in his latest romantic misadventures in “My New Sassy Girl.”                 Following the sincere, funny and hapless Gyun-Woo (Cha-tae Hyun), he is now married in “My New Sassy Girl” to his childhood sweetheart played by Victoria Song.   In the movie, Gyun-woo is trying to mend his broken heart … Continue reading Second Round of Hilarious Love Story in ‘My New Sassy Girl’

Korea’s Most Wanted Girl is Back in ‘My New Sassy Girl’

In 2001, a romantic comedy film from Korea made waves worldwide because of its genuine story, a rather odd but funny and heartwarming love story of Kyun-woo and The Girl in My Sassy Girl. 15 years later, a new film with the same plot will conquer the hearts of romantic comedy and Korean movie fanatics in My New Sassy Girl starring Victoria Song and Tae-hyun Cha. Gyun-Woo (Cha Tae-Hyun), … Continue reading Korea’s Most Wanted Girl is Back in ‘My New Sassy Girl’

Movie Review: Love Forecast (Tagalized, 2015)

Love Forecast (Tagalized, 2015) Review 2.5/5 A typical romantic comedy film from Korea that has the charm from characters to the familiar story. Love Forecast feels repetitive at times, and though it has the charm and humor most Korean romcoms have, the film doesn’t want to be different which makes it ordinary, not standing out for it to make a mark. The dubbing is as … Continue reading Movie Review: Love Forecast (Tagalized, 2015)