"Ang Larawan, The Movie" is a film for Filipinos — something to treasure for its artistic and cultural initiative of pioneering the musical film adapted from the work of an acclaimed Filipino literary artist, no less than a National Artist at that.
Kudos to all those behind this ambitious cinematic endeavor, as the film, with both its strengths and forgiveable shortcomings, reflects the love and passion of the people who worked on it from start to end.
This period piece may not be your usual Hollywood flair full of superhero characters, cool stunts, and uber awesome special effects, but it is worth
This 2012 romantic dramedy adapted from Matthew Quick’s novel ‘The Silver Linings Playbook’ features a touching tale of loving and letting go.
This motion picture combines drama and comedy in attempting to demystify the man behind the legendary horror and suspense opuses.
This package brings together some of the world’s most famous childhood heroes and mythical creatures in an inventive story about the power of belief, faith, and the values of the universe.
This epic war drama is a compelling adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s best-selling, semi-autobiographical novel.
Based on the novel of the same title by Hawaiian author Kaui Hart Hemmings, this 2011 film explores the ups and downs in the lives of an American family.
“The Descendants” is a non-preachy family drama packaged as an island-hopping road movie. Sometimes heartfelt, sometimes heartbreaking, this dramedy works as a wry and perceptive portrait of a family in crisis.
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” comes out on a single-disc Blu-ray package featuring Tim Burton’s rendition of the Roald Dahl novel about the eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka and the children visiting his renowned chocolate factory.
With the kind of plotting and the pretty good utilization of the medium for the novel, translating the material into a two-hour audio-visual flair is really a tough path to take. On a more positive route, the film’s strong points as a commercial cinematic offer is that it combines religious, scientific, political, art, historical, and academic issues in one package; thus, making it an entertaining blend capturing many kinds of moviegoers.
The story centers on a tightly knit group of the four girls Lena (Alexis Bledel), Bridget (Blake Lively), Carmen (America Ferrera) and Tibby (Amber Tamblyn).