‘Show Me What You Got’ Review: A refreshing, immersive and unconventional love story

SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT ReviewDirected by Svetlana Cvetko There’s nothing conventional about Svetlana Cvetko’s black and white romance drama. It isn’t a girl meets boy story, it isn’t about fighting for a relationship. It’s about a deeper meaning to having a connection, a deeper meaning to companionship, and that deeper understanding of having a …

‘Ang Babaeng Walang Pakiramdam’ Review: Kim Molina continues to impress

ANG BABAENG WALANG PAKIRAMDAM (2021) ReviewDirected by Darryl Yap The main basis for an actor is to feel or to react to things around him or her, but what if your character can’t feel a thing? That’s a struggle for an artist, especially for someone who started in theater who moves bigger and gives much …

‘The Mitchells vs The Machines’ Review: Delightfully entertaining

THE MITCHELLS VS THE MACHINES (2021) ReviewDirected by Michael Rianda There haven’t been a lot of animated films lately. Largely because of the pandemic and the ones that have been released are kind of leaning to awards’ worthy stories. I’m not saying that they were not good, it’s just that the variety of family entertainment …

Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ Review: A far better version

ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE (2021) ReviewDirected by Zack Snyder I want to start this review sharing to you that I’m happy with the #SnyderCut. Because everything I hated about the 2017 movie was removed and they added scenes which made this 4-hour movie more exciting. Does the film need to be four hours long? Maybe …

‘Midnight in a Perfect World’ Review: Lavish, engrossing horror

MIDNIGHT IN A PERFECT WORLD (2020) ReviewDirected by Dodo Dayao Building up an eerie atmosphere makes a horror movie effective already. Because it makes you anticipate something terrifying even if there’s really nothing to anticipate about. That makes Dodo Dayao’s sophomore feature Midnight in a Perfect World one of the best movie experiences in recent …