May the accomplishment made by the MMFF 2016 continue to influence the Philippines’ future commercial offerings. I believe the Filipino audience is now ready for this #reelvolution.
This film is a powerfully moving animated piece about the importance of sadness in human life.
The Pixnoys & Getting Hired at Pixar (Video #2): During the press conference in Manila with director Pete Docter and co-director Ronnie del Carmen.
Inside Out Movie How the Story Came About (Video #1): During the press conference in Manila with director Pete Docter and co-director Ronnie del Carmen.
This follow-up feature directed by Carlos Saldanha has that same mix of colorfully frantic action and sight gags as its predecessor. Predictable as it is, it remains sporadically funny.
There are some moments to treasure, but Todd Phillips’ ‘The Hangover Part III’ mainly becomes less a comedy and more a contract obligation.
This average, by-the-numbers fare follows the antics of a pair of old-school grandparents tasked to take care of their precocious, overprotected, and bratty grandchildren, while the parents are in an important out-of-town trip.
This 2011 sequel to the blockbuster comedy ‘The Hangover’ moves from Las Vegas to Bangkok as the Wolfpack gets into another pre-wedding, post-blackout misadventure.
This screen adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ tells the story of an underprivileged boy who finds one of the five golden tickets to visit Willy Wonka’s famed chocolate factory.
Full of entertainingly lewd and rude gags, this guy flick is a guilty pleasure comedy. Who knew a hangover could be this fun?