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Top 10 Classic Filipino Films You Can Watch at Home

Himala, Insiang, Manila by Night-a list of great cinema that’s still available to their audience.

MOVIE REVIEW: My Illegal Wife

Notes on the Pokwang starrer: What seems to be an inane comedy of errors hides a commentary of a nation's addiction to trash.

MOVIE REVIEW: Maybe This Time

Jerry Lopez Sineneng serves recycled wood and a recycled romance in a satisfying-enough rom-com with a recycled plot.

The Story of The Search for Weng Weng

An Australian cinephile unlocks the mystery of the tragic ’80s icon of Philippine cinema in a film shown during the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

MOVIE REVIEW: So It’s You

Jun Lana’s return to commercial feature, this one starring Carla Abellana and Tom Rodriguez, has all the gloss but little of the glee.

MOVIE REVIEW: Joyce Bernal’s Da Possessed

The Vhong Navarro starrer may be seen as propaganda for the embattled star, but it still entertains.

MOVIE REVIEW: Diary ng Panget

An internet-age Cinderella story that is betrayed by poor craftsmanship.

MOVIE REVIEW: Ang Huling Cha-Cha ni Anita

This coming-of-age film about a teenage girl who falls for an older woman explores both childhood love and sexuality, featuring Angel Aquino and 13-year-old Teri Malvar.

MOVIE REVIEW: Gabriel Fernandez's Mana

A top-notch cast tackles a family mystery, and cinema refocuses its spotlight on evocative Negros

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