Honor Thy Father Review: Of Sinners and Fathers

Honor Thy Father presents a world where morals are conveniently forsaken in service of "higher" virtues. There is nothing but scumbags and hypocrites. That is the reality in which Honor Thy Father, Erik Matti’s latest film, operates in. Its characters con their neighbors for the quick accumulation of wealth, justifying their actions through some pretense of moral value.…

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Global Box Office Passes $1 Billion

Star Wars: The Force Awakens smashes another box-office record from Jurassic World by becoming the fastest film to gross more than $1 billion dollars worldwide. If you recall, the film also beat Jurassic World's record for the #1 biggest US opening weekend of all-time. The Force really is strong with Disney! The cast is definitely going to celebrate this…

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2015 MMFF Preview

Christmas 2015 is finally here! For local cinemas, this signals the start of the 41st Metro Manila Film Festival. Every theater (except for IMAX) will feature only 2015 MMFF film entries. Don't fret, however, as What's A Geek has got you covered. Here's our quick guide to all the 2015 MMFF entries: All You Need Is…

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Creed is a Triumph

In an era that is criticized for having poorly made remakes, reboots, sequels, prequels, and spinoffs, Creed stands out like a sore thumb. Deft direction from Ryan Coogler and strong performances from its leads prove that the Rocky formula is still as vital as ever. The film succeeds because it utilizes the Rocky formula while maintaining…

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Top Ten K-Pop Albums 2015

Annyeong chinggus! We here at What's A Geek have totally drowned in the hallyu wave. I mean, who wouldn't with the amazing visuals and the catchy tunes? This year has been an amazing year for the fans because of the number of varied releases: some ballads, some rap and some electronica. Anyway, these are WAG's…

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Guy Ritchie is too cool for school in ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’

Guy Ritchie is known for refusing to play by the rules of the genres he plays with, as clearly seen in his filmography. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is no exception. Ritchie manages to craft a sleek and stylish, if sometimes jarring, revival of a beloved 1960s TV show. Though his ideas don’t always work in…

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