Comedy
 
 
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REVIEW – Thor: Ragnarok

A year ago when the film’s announcement, its title logo implying a departure from first two films followed the coming months we’ve seen trailers, TV spots and clips that brought that departure something you couldn’t imagine: th...
 
7.0
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brads-status
brads-status

REVIEW: ‘BRAD’S STATUS’ Is an Ode to Self-Assessment!

A comedy such as Brad’s Status spells evaluation: looking back on your years, your accomplishments, setbacks and whatnot; a character study within the character: examining the memories, its little details, the “what if’s” that ...
 
8.0
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K4
K4

MOVIE REVIEW: “Kingsman – The Golden Circle”

Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the sleeper hits of 2015. Showing that comic book films can be more than the usual offerings that involves men in tights and more room for levity for the spy genre. The n...
 
7.0

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patay na si hesus_
patay na si hesus_

REVIEW: ‘PATAY NA SI HESUS’ Thrives on the Hysterical Side of Life

  When we think about humor in the discourse of Philippine Cinema, specifically in mainstream context focuses on the slapstick and insults. Since the early 2000s, indie films paved the way, it brought new compelling storie...
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apes-1_1
apes-1_1

REVIEW: ‘WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES’ is An Emotional Spectacle

  From a failed experiment that started an epidemic, wiped out millions of the human population, followed by a post-apocalyptic world, where Caesar finds himself in a war within himself and in the human race. The title of ...
 
9.0
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DM1
DM1

REVIEW: Despicable Me 3

Illumination’s films have become a worldwide phenomenon! Despicable Me Populated with characters that are distinctive, comedic and authentic, the studio boasts movies—including two of the top-six animated ones of all time—capti...
 
6.5