A child prodigy and his lovable robot charmed their way into the hearts of families, fanboys and girls, enabling Disney’s Big Hero 6 to gross a stunning P69.99-million nationwide in just four days (Nov. 6 to 9) and open at No.1.
BY The Movie Clubbers
With the recently concluded NBA Finals and the ongoing World Cup series, a lot of people have sports on the brain–giving us the perfect excuse to make a list of our favorite sports movies. See how they compare with yours!
BY Jen T. Tuazon
I don’t know if it’s the deluge of negative reviews that lowered my expectations of the new comedy Blended, but I actually found this latest rom-com from Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore enjoyable enough.
BY Michi Jusayan
If I ask any of you today if you watch The Legal Wife and you say yes, it will not be a surprise for me. Heck that show has become so popular that even the rival channel has their own version via A Borrowed Wife.
BY Jo Ann Madarang
In Grudge Match, retired boxing rivals Henry “Razor” Sharp (Sylvester Stallone) and Billy “The Kid” McDonnen (Robert De Niro) meet again after 30 years to settle the score once and for all. Lending support to these two heavyweight actors are Alan Arkin, Kevin Hart, Kim Basinger, Jon Bernthal, and LL Cool J.
BY Joanna Mendoza
Some might say that the ancient but real-life story of the 47 ronin (lordless samurai) who sacrificed their lives to avenge their master’s death is the stuff of Hollywood dreams. But it’s only been given the Hollywood treatment now, with the recently released 47 Ronin, starring Keanu Reeves as a half-British, half-Japanese samurai.
While I didn’t exactly hate the movie, I’m not so fond of it either. There were good and bad things about it, but to end on a good note, let’s start with the bad, shall we?
BY Jen T. Tuazon
As if there aren’t already enough reasons to watch Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (watch the trailers here), the highly anticipated comedy also boasts of star-studded cameo appearances, putting together in one movie Academy Award winners, comedians, and even hip hop and rock stars!
As confirmed by Director Adam McKay and as spotted on set, a diverse group of celebrities will be joining original Anchorman cast members Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Christina Applegate, and David Koechner. Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn also return to reprise their roles as rival newscasters.
Check the pics after the jump to see if any of your favorite stars are joining in on the Anchorman fun.