Film & TV

Veteran Movie Poster Designer Vic Delotavo Brings Back the Glory Days

In looking back at one artist’s body of work, the Vargas Museum’s latest exhibit takes a comprehensive snapshot of our local film industry’s past

‘Isle of Dogs’ is Occasionally Uncomfortable, But Generally Delightful

Wes Anderson’s new stop-motion animated film is mostly a visual treat

‘Ang Panahon ng Halimaw’ Takes on Tyranny with Music

Lav Diaz’s “musical” is subversive to the core

This Week In Cinemas – May 30, 2018

Two Ayala Cinema exclusives have us excited

‘Atlanta’ Season 2 Is the Best TV Show of the Year

By blending realist social commentary with pure surrealist horror, season two of Donald Glover’s FX comedy-drama breaks the boundaries of what television can be

‘Dear White People’ Season 2 Shines Light on the Grey Areas

The sophomore outing of Netflix’s satirical college comedy engages with the current milieu in a uniquely structured and uncommonly intelligent way

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ is Thoroughly Okay

The new Star Wars movie probably doesn’t need to exist, but it’s fun enough

‘So Connected’ is So Creepy

While it has its merits, this modern romcom can’t overcome the problems with its premise