- It’s great to be happy, it’s okay to feel sad. There’s nothing wrong with being scared, disgusted and terribly mad. What matters is that we’ve felt something, because feelings create memories and make us who we truly are. Inside Out is a bittersweet throwback, reminding us to embrace nostalgia’s sadness while finding joy out of the little great things in life. ★★★★★
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SANCTISSIMA (Kenneth Dagatan): ★★★★★
PUSONG BATO (Martika Ramirez Escobar): ★★★★★
MATER (Annemikami Pablo): ★★★★½
LISYUN QNG GEOGRAFIA (Petersen Vargas): ★★★★☆
KYEL (Arvin “Kadiboy” Belarmino): ★★★½☆
NENOK (Milo Tolentino): ★★★☆☆
PAPETIR (Darwin Novicio): ★★½☆☆
APASOL (Ryanne Murcia): ★★½☆☆
GATILYO NG BARIL (Glenmark Doromal & Eero Francisco): ★½☆☆☆
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FILEMON MAMON (Will Fredo): ★★½☆☆
ANG KWENTO NATING DALAWA (Nestor Abrogena): ★★★½☆
AN KUBO SA KAWAYANAN (Alvin Yapan): ★★★★½
A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS FILIPINO (Lamberto V. Avellana, Remastered 1965 version, based on a play written by Nick Joaquin): ★★★★★
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PROJECT ALMANAC (Dean Israelite): ★½☆☆☆
SHAUN THE SHEEP (Mark Burton, Richard Starzak): ★★★★☆
KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE (Matthew Vaughn): ★★★★☆
RUN ALL NIGHT (Jaume Collet-Serra): ★★½☆☆
JUPITER ASCENDING (Andy and Lana Wachowski): ★★☆☆☆
HOT TUB TIME MACHINE 2 (Steve Pink): ★★½☆☆
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– A heartfelt character study that doesn’t rely on form, quotable quotes, unrealistic scenarios, manipulative musical scores and handsome actors to tell an engaging story and to deliver genuine emotions to its audience. ★★★★½
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– Stand by Me Doraemon recaptures the genuine laughs, kind-hearted spirit and emotional depth of the classic tale despite its struggles in compressing decades of awesome memories into a full feature film.
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