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AMA, INA, ANAK (Jose Javier Reyes, 1996)

“There are more ways of gaining fulfillment as a woman maliban sa pagiging isang mabuting ina at asawa. Eh kung yan ang gusto ng Mother Nature eh di sana anim ang dede natin sa katawan.” 130 more words

(3/5)

SOLTERA (Jerry Lopez Sineneng, 1999)

It was only apt that in this movie about a jaded spinster, the most touching moment involved her spending her anniversary not with her younger boyfriend, but with her gay bff (along the fresh waters of Manila Bay). 108 more words

(3/5)

SEPARADA (Chito Roño, 1994)

It was refreshing to see an honest and fair treatment of marital infidelity (as one character revealed, it could go both ways).

Star Cinema would usually punish its female characters for being tough and powerful, but here it rewarded the lead with a strong support group of other women. 77 more words

(3/5)

LOVING IN TANDEM (Giselle Andres, 2017)

SPOILER ALERT!!

My notes on Loving in Tandem:

1. In one supposedly romantic scene, Luke (Edward Barber) described Shine (Maymay Entrata) as “not the kind of beauty that you see in movies and TV” and that “she was beautiful because she had a big heart that never stopped loving”. 582 more words

(2/5)

Mila: Cinema of the Masses

By Heinrich Domingo

Mila is a timeless piece of art that leaves valuable lessons not only to its audience but to filmmakers alike. Through treating the movie viewers with utmost respect, it shows that the masses can relate and understand social issues and realities. 430 more words

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