This year’s edition presents a line-up of 17 French films, released between 2014 and 2016, to be publicly screened in Manila from June 8 to 14 at the Greenbelt 3 Cinemas and the Bonifacio High Street Cinemas.
This doesn’t make it good, exactly, but it makes it successful in what it wants to accomplish.
The film mostly becomes intriguing for its potential, the world of the film at a really interesting place by the end, presenting all manner of strong narrative possibilities.
The film fails to wring tension out of any of its scenes, including ones where guns are being pointed.
The film doesn’t stray very far from the established formula, delivering an overly familiar cinematic experience.
The film never develops a love worth fighting for, and by the very end, the film seems to make it out that the whole story was just an ugly pit stop in the lives of these people, a story that wouldn’t be mentioned in the memoirs of these characters.
The film deals with the growing jealousy among the ranks of the Rangers due to Ratchet becoming the center of attention. And so on.
Pairing Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart as unlikely former high school friends, and even unlikelier spy-busting, world-saving, accidental partners on the run, Universal Pictures' “Central Intelligence” offers a fun and fast-paced mash-up of comedy and explosive action.
Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgard) and his wife, Jane (Margot Robbie) join the ranks of the mighty apes in the newly released main one-sheet for “The Legend of Tarzan.”
A new trailer for Columbia Pictures' adventure comedy “Ghostbusters” has just been unveiled and may be viewed at ClickTheCity.A new trailer for Columbia Pictures' adventure comedy “Ghostbusters” has just been unveiled and may be viewed at ClickTheCity.