Suicide Squad Stars Will Smith and Margot Robbie are Ready for their Roles through FOCUS

A micro review for the film Focus starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Rodrigo Santoro. Now Showing via Warner Bros. Pictures. The film was fantastic. All my second guessing was for naught and there was even an instance wherein I was so convinced that character A was in cahoots with character B only to find…

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Kingsman: The Secret Service Review

Like their previous collaboration Kick-Ass, Kingsman: The Secret Service is an energetic parody of a beloved pulp genre from Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn. As is the trend nowadays, it is both tongue-in-cheek tribute and in-your-face takedown of the gentleman spy tale. Think Austin Powers mixed with ultra-violence. I was quite apprehensive about this film…

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Taken 3 Review

This time, the only thing getting taken is your patience. While Olivier Megaton’s Taken 3 is much better compared to its very disappointing predecessor, it is still largely mediocre. The film is nothing but a haphazardly edited race to franchise death. Like Megaton’s Taken 2, Taken 3 suffers from the dilemma of squeezing content out…

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That Thing Called Tadhana Review

That Thing Called Tadhana is a breath of fresh air in an industry filled with uninspiring romantic comedies.  It strips away the excesses of the genre and sticks to its essential (but forgotten) core: genuine human connection. As an avid fan of Jadaone, I was lucky enough to attend a Q&A screening of the film…

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Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2 Review

A complete hoot Shake, Rattle, & Roll anthologies aside, MMFF sequels are generally terrible cash-grabs. They may be much larger than their predecessors but they’re certainly hollow. Fortunately, Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2 is another clear exception to this problem. Kubot begins where Tiktik left off: Makoy (Dingdong Dantes) and Sonia’s family flee Pulupandan after…

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