Culture

‘Ang Misyon: A Marawi Siege Story’ Fails in Spite of Good Intentions

A visible lack of storytelling skill makes this movie a tedious slog

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

‘Dirty Computer’ Is an Anthem of Liberation Amid the Chaos of 2018

Janelle Monáe’s third album is a stirring account of being black, queer, female, and proud in a world that won’t accept it