January 13, 2020

    Review: Henry Luna (Philippines, 2015)

    It's always criminal to watch a movie in which America is a bad guy. There are not many things to…
    January 13, 2020

    Review: The drug war in the Philippines reflects a brutal realism

    An aggressive war on drugs is taking place in the Philippines under President Rodrigo Dotoury's administration. With an estimated between…
    January 13, 2020

    Review: "Exxon Bag" searches before, during and after relationships

    Filipino studio Black Sheep's debut, Accessory bag, A romantic comedy that explores relationships with the joys and tears of all…
    • Photo of The 10 Best Pinoy Movies of 2018

      Filipino production companies are quite profitable, and 2018 was no exception. He said, "What are you?" The Best Panovi Movies Of 2018؟ Here we have compiled a list of the best Filipino films of 2018 for you to answer. Not surprisingly to any Filipino filmmaker, some of these top-rated Panui films of 2018 are some of the top love teams. Although romance may be the most dominant genre of Filipino cinema, there is more to…

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    • Photo of Review: "Still Man" reminds us that everyone has a dream

      Golden Sean and Sealing Film Production Icon Visit any Hong Kong public place on Sunday and you'll see a crowd of Filipino and Indonesian women sitting on cardboard, eating breakfast from their home countries and chatting to the day. Meet about 400,000 foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong on their vacation day. Although the concept of having a resident domestic helper may be foreign to most people living in the West, it is commonplace in…

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    • Photo of Review: Netflix's "Dead Child" blends high school drama with Filipino drug war

      Courtesy Netflix. Recently, Netflix has been gaining increasing attention in Asia. The streaming platform isn't just producing content from traditional cultural powerhouses like China, Korea, or Japan – it's also pulling stories from all over Southeast Asia. Dead children Marks the first original Netflix movie from the Philippines. Directed by renowned Filipino filmmaker Mikhail Reid, stereotypical high school drama plays a role in dead children, but commentary on social issues in contemporary Philippines. Kidnapping of…

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    • Photo of Review: "Hello, Goodbye" highlights the personal struggle of Filipino workers abroad in Hong Kong

      Courtesy of Star Cinema. Give up on pursuing your dreams, or for the love of your life? Stay? This is the question that Hello, Love, Goodbye ask us. Kathy Garcia – Molina's latest offering, famed for its Filipino romantic comedies, is set in Hong Kong. Molina highlights the story of Joy and Ethan, two overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) on their experiences with overseas Filipinos. We see that Joy, a hard-working domestic helper, who is trying…

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    • Photo of The 10 Best Pinoy Movies of 2019

      The Philippine film industry is still busy like 2019. While some prominent figures have shown a lack of authenticity, the Filipino made some significant achievements during 2019. He said, "What are you?" Best Movie Movies of 2019؟ At Cinema Escapist we have compiled a list of the top Filipino films of 2019 to help answer this question. Although romance is continuing its popularity for panawi films in 2019, we have also included films of other…

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