Rappler's latest stories on film review
'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom': Hilangnya taman dinosaurus yang legendaris
'Jurassic World 2' mulai tayang hari ini!
'All the Money in the World': Benarkah uang dan harta adalah segalanya?
Film yang dibintangi Mark Walhberg, Christopher Plummer dan Michelle Williams ini tayang 17 Januari 2018
Kata kritikus film tentang ‘Wonder Woman’
Wonder Woman adalah film yang cerdas bersinar dan memuaskan dibanding film superhero lainnya”
A chat with Saroo Brierley, the subject of 6-time Oscar nominee 'Lion'
Brierley sits down with Rappler to talk about his thoughts on the Oscar nods his visits to his birth mother and what lies ahead
Ulasan ‘Batman v Superman’: Pertempuran ego pahlawan super
Apa jadinya bila dua superhero yang sangat dicintai sekaligus dibenci warga kotanya masing masing berseteru? Selain menimbulkan kekacauan secara fisik dan mental pertikaian Batman versus Superman juga menunjukan satu benang merah yang tidak diduga duga
Kata kritikus tentang ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’
Baca apa pendapat para kritikus seluruh dunia tentang episode terbaru ‘Star Wars’
‘Saving Mr. Banks’ Review: 'Mary Poppins' and the Mouse
The point that the film wants us all to believe: that the world would be a better place if the Mouse had his way
‘Nebraska’ Review: An elegant ode to the old country
Nebraska isn’t so much a roadtrip movie about moving forward than it is about going back
‘Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy’: A hilariously absurd party of four
Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy provides its own brand of slap in the face absurdity – a passionate attempt to amuse and delight
'Boy Golden': Violent, colorful, and masterful fun
Its unpretentious take on crime and violence gives the film its unique flavor
'10,000 Hours': A higher standard of politics
The film is a disheartening reminder that the only kind of politician fighting for truth is the kind born from fiction
‘Pagpag:' Stylish superstition
Pagpag is a surprisingly violent film by MMFF standards but that particular aspect only adds to the fun of the film
'Kaleidoscope World:' The Magalona melodrama
While there’s an obvious passion for music and dance there’s also an obvious lack of passion for proper filmmaking and storytelling
'Call Center Girl:' Graver than the graveyard shift
Bereft of any real substance it aspires for nothing else but shallow giggles – the cheap and horrible kind of entertainment
‘Islands:' In the ocean of isolation
An astronaut a grandmother a tribesman and a director round up this journey that transcends time space and reality
‘Shift' is not a love story
When sexual preference becomes the immediate obstacle of love what real choice does anyone have?
‘Bukas Na Lang Sapagka't Gabi Na:' The art of rebellion
A film of 4 tangentially related stories with the resulting form impressively more expansive than each of its individual parts
The colors of forgotten dreams
Ano ang Kulay ng mga Nakalimutang Pangarap? is possibly the most persuasive of Reyes’ expressions of middle class guilt
Just one of too many: 'She's the One'
Despite the attempts to color the fictional world predictability is still a given in these kinds of romances
Diversity of humor in '...Crush ng Crush Mo?'
Just the right mix of big studio production love team kilig romance witty humor
‘Man of Steel’: Superman movie on steroids
The new superhero blockbuster is big on action noise and CGI but small on resonance
‘Movie 43’: Worst. Movie. Ever?
Depending on your tolerance level this all star comedy is either a curiosity or an abomination
Revisiting 'Paris When It Sizzles'
Here is our Retro Review for the Valentine s Day week
[Movies] Kimmy Dora sequel lost the charm
By introducing a slightly complicated plot the sequel to Kimmy Dora lost its charm