If you’re looking for a movie that both kids and adults will enjoy this holiday season, I highly recommend that you watch “All You Need is Pag-Ibig”. The star-studded cast of this movie will remind you the different types of love, which doesn’t only revolve in the romantic love.
Powerful Cast of ‘All You Need Is Pag-Ibig’
Under the direction of Hugot Queen Antoinette Jadaone and screenplay by Yoshke Dimen (You’re My Boss), I can say that the characters of the movie perfectly depicts the present struggles of modern pinoys experience and all the elements you’re looking for in a feel-good mainstream film is here.
Last Wednesday, Hannah and I met up in our favorite cinema to catch the new John Lloyd Cruz – Bea Alonzo movie entitled ‘The Mistress‘. Just like in last year’s No Other Woman, the cinema almost reached the SRO level. I bought the tickets at 4PM for the 8PM screening. Half of the seats were already booked. Beat that!
One of Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz’ intense scenes in ‘The Mistress’
I am glad that we were able to enter the cinema to catch the trailers of ‘This Guy is in Love with You Mare’ (Vice Ganda-Luis Manzano-Toni Gonzaga film) and Suddenly It’s Magic (Mario Maurer and Erich Gonzales). We were also relieved that finally, Aga and Regine’s reunion rom-com ‘Of All The Things’ is finally set to be shown on the 26th of September. I am hoping it will do good in the box-office.
I first saw the trailer of The Mistress while watching The Reunion. I am quite surprised upon seeing Bea Alonzo’s onscreen kiss with veteran actor Ronaldo Valdez, and was delighted to see Hilda Koronel after years of hiatus in the industry. Olivia Lamasan is really the best when it comes to mainstream mature dramas.
The Metro Manila Film Festival is a yearly event for moviegoers. It is the time of the year wherein families and friends get to bond while watching Filipino movies in the cinemas. For the whole week, only Filipino films that were chosen by the organizers of the said festival will be shown in all theaters in Metro Manila and in some provinces.
Yesterday Today Tomorrow official movie poster
One of the entries this year that really caught my attention is Regal Films’ Yesterday Today Â Tomorrow. Under the direction of Jun Lana, this movie is the only family drama in the line-up. If you’re a Filipino movie fan, here are some reasons on why fans from all ages will surely be interested with this one: Continue reading →