p-dN2M7WZtRXv1r

Archive

Posts Tagged ‘global-nation’

Makati City Hall fiesta: FPJ movies, free food, Zumba, etc.

March 13th, 2015 No comments

        Now showing at the Makati City Hall: Fernando Poe Jr.

Read this article:
Makati City Hall fiesta: FPJ movies, free food, Zumba, etc.

DVD vendors slammed for ‘capitalizing’ on Mamasapano clash footage

February 14th, 2015 No comments

A senator on Saturday criticized businessmen and vendors “capitalizing” on the bloody Mamasapano clash, which left 44 policemen dead last month.

Visit site:
DVD vendors slammed for ‘capitalizing’ on Mamasapano clash footage

LVN movies for emotion, Hiwaga ‘komiks’ for imagination

September 27th, 2014 No comments

“BAKYA crowd” is a term coined by the late and famous film director, Bert Avellana, to describe the reason for the box-office success of films. The sound of thousands of wooden clogs clickity-clacking on the marble lobbies of Dalisay or Life theaters meant the masa viewer came to see Tagalog films in droves in the ’50s.

Read this article:
LVN movies for emotion, Hiwaga ‘komiks’ for imagination

Hot X-appeal

May 16th, 2014 No comments

Comic book movies now regularly dominate the box office, but this wasn’t always the case. Many may forget now, but director Bryan Singer’s “X-Men,” released in 2000 and based on the wildly popular Marvel Comics property about a heroic band of super-powered mutants, helped pave the way for the phalanx of super-hero flicks which came after it.

Read More:
Hot X-appeal

Movies take a spiritual turn

January 10th, 2014 No comments

Don’t look now, but global entertainment is about to take a decidedly spiritual turn. No, the cold-blooded hacks and hucksters of the beastly biz haven’t suddenly found God, they’ve pragmatically looked at the impressive ratings and profits of last season’s “The Bible” miniseries on the History Channel, and they want to make all that money and manna from heaven, too!

See the original post:
Movies take a spiritual turn

Weng Weng Lives!

January 4th, 2014 No comments

In any knowledgeable discussion of Philippine movies—at least among non-native cineastes—two films inevitably come up.

Read the original:
Weng Weng Lives!