Tuesday, November 29, 2016

MMFF 2016: Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 2: #ForeversNotEnough starring Eugene Domingo and Jericho Rosales



BABAE SA SEPTIC TANK 2

Official Entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival 2016
a film by Marlon Rivera written by Chris Martinez

 MMFF Selection Committee Citation: Where the original film satirized the sensationalistic tendencies of the indie film and the dishonesty of directors who make films for foreign festivals, this sequel launches a pointed but hilarious commentary on the pretensions and machinations that characterize the mainstream movie industry and its stars and superstars in our day. While this comedy may be seen as a film reflecting on itself or a self-reflexive film, it is nonetheless a film that will appeal as well to all moviegoing Filipinos who will profit from and enjoy seeing through the falsities and frivolities of the mainstream movies they have been watching for decades.

With wit that sparkles in carefully-crafted dialogue and acting that shines way above the commonplace, this comedy tickles both the mind and the funnybone. The film is -- Babae sa Septic Tank 2. Starring: Eugene Domingo, Joel Torre, Jericho Rosales, Kean Cipriano, Khalil Ramos and Cai Cortez.

MMFF 2016: Seklusyon Trailer starring Ronnie Alonte, Neil Ryan Sese

SEKLUSYON is a horror film under the direction of Erik Matti. Starring: Rhed Bustamante, Phoebe Walker, Elora Espano, Neil Ryan Sese, Ronnie Alonte, Lou Veloso, Dominique Roque, John Vic De Guzma, and JR Versales

MMFF 2016: Vince & Kath & James Trailer starring Joshua Garcia, Ronnie Alonte and Julia Barretto

“Vince and Kath and James” is a film by Theodore Boborol starring Joshua Garcia, Ronnie Alonte and Julia Barretto. It is the official entry of Star Cinema to the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Cinema One Originals 2016: Malinak Ya Labi (Silent Night) by Jose Abdel Langit ft. Angeline Quinto


 Malinak Ya Labi by Jose Abdel Langit
Narrative Feature

 It is a custom in some towns in Pangasinan to offer a life of an animal when constructing buildings, but one day during the town’s fiesta they discover the body of a young boy that leads to a chain of story and a chain of deaths.

 Starring: Angeline Quinto, Allen Dizon, Luz Fernandez, Richard Quan, Althea Vega and more. #C1Originals #AnongTinginMo

Cinema One Originals 2016: 2 Cool 2 Be 4Forgotten by Petersen Vargas ft Khalil Ramos, Ethan Salvador and Jameson Blake

Felix is a friendless achiever in high school whose life changes after the arrival of the half-American Snyder brothers, entangling him in their dark ambitions. Written by Jason Paul Laxamana Directed by Petersen Vargas Starring Khalil Ramos, Ethan Salvador, and Jameson Blake

Friday, November 18, 2016

Cinema One Originals: Lily starring Shaina Magdayao and Rocky Salumbides

Lily by Keith Deligero Narrative Feature Stories abound in Cebu about a woman rumored to be a murderous monster, but behind the myth is a mother seeking justice. Go home, Lily is coming. #C1Originals #AnongTinginMo

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Cinema One Originals 2016: Every Room is a Planet by Malay Javier ft. Rap Fernandez and Valeen Montenegro

Every Room is a planet is a sci-fi love story featuring Rap Fernandez, Valeen Montenegro, Quark Henares and Antoinette Taus.

Cinema One Originals 2016: Baka Bukas by Samantha Lee ft. Jasmine Curtis and Louise delos Reyes

Baka Bukas by by Samantha Lee Narrative Feature Alex, is a twenty-something year old creative based in Manila. She is out to most people except her best friend- Jess who she has been secretly in love with since they were kids. When Jess discovers the truth about Alex, they are forced to confront the feelings they have for each other. #C1Originals #AnongTinginMo

Saturday, October 29, 2016

CinemaOne Originals 2016: TISAY Starring Joel Torre, JC De Vera and Nathalie Hart

Tisay (Christina) works as a middle woman for a Gambling Kingpin, she collects bets from blue collared workers, runs dirty errands for the Gambling kingpin, and uses sex as her ultimate weapon for persuading and convincing people to do deals. Things get complicated when Tisay is assigned to Simon, a barangay league basketball superstar with high hopes of making it the Professional league. Simon is good-natured, idealistic, somehow na├»ve basketball player who falls in love with Tisay in the Process. Simon finds himself in a different world filled with shams, crime and violence, now will his idealistic persona survive. TISAY explores the parallel dynamics of love and sport. In the film, the characters experience the positive and negative parts of love and basketball, but mostly negative – that’s it’s a sham, and it’s fixed.

Monday, October 3, 2016