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A young filmmaker’s tale about National Artist for Cinema Kidlat Tahimik

Indeed, Mr. Eric de Guia whom we dearly love as Kidlat Tahimik Jr. (because he said his son is the Sr.), lives up to the name he is best known for — two somehow contrasting but very powerful Filipino words rolled into one to create an even more powerful energy for its bearer.

What a chance (non-revenue) passenger should know before flying in an international flight

Non-revenue passengers, also often called chance passengers, are travelers with the flight privileges to fly for free or at significantly discounted rates. It is worth noting though that some chance passengers are not necessarily non-revenue passengers, like those full-paying travelers requesting for sudden changes in their flight itineraries and trying their luck that their targeted flights are not full.

Top 50 best Hollywood-released movies of 2005

It’s not all about the big budget and bankable stars. These things actually count in the overall charm of a film, but they aren’t the only reasons why people love watching movies.

‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ Film Review: Dark, adolescent Potter film

Darker, a little more mature, and a little less magical, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” primarily deals with rejection and hormones as Harry and his friends struggle through transition from childhood to young adulthood.

‘Corpse Bride’ Film Review: A charming grave fairy tale

Behind its eerie theme, “Corpse Bride” is fun, genial, expressive, and charming. This semi-musical stop-motion animation celluloid baby is set at death’s door and salutes the liberating power of true love and sacrifice.

‘Batman Begins’ Film Review: A great beginning for the Dark Knight

This film goes back to the roots of the character — portraying a confused and angry Bruce Wayne who rises to redeem himself. This is one classic “Batman” film.

‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ Film Review: A chocolific, expressionistic confectionery

Tim Burton breathes new life to Roald Dahl’s 1964 sweet tale and makes it into a new celluloid confectionery. This gothic yet colorful fantasy is filled with the eccentricity only director Tim Burton gets to achieve in Hollywood mainstream.

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