Guess which movie made a huge impact upon its release. Nope, it’s not a Marvel movie. Well, technically Black Panther did and is still doing great. But I am talking about actor-turned-director John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” which is his first foray into the horror genre. Advertisements
Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim (2013) initially reminded me of the Gundam and Ultraman series. Well, it really was a Gundam inspired movie. But once Pacific Rim was up on the big screen, I forgot all about the mentioned series and fell absolutely in love with this world where Kaiju and Jaeger exist. Of course, I don’t want to live in such a place. It just so happens that del Toro’s Pacific Rim is so clever.
Oh the Cloververse! Honestly, I haven’t seen Cloverfield (2008) and 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016). But after watching the recent installment I got super curious about the Cloverserse and I really want to give the franchise a chance. So I will watch the previous films once I find them and make a separate review for the Cloverfield franchise. For now, I will share my thoughts on this thing called The Cloverfield Paradox.
Netflix really love to surprise us with new movies, don’t they? This time they gave us two science fiction films from Paramount Pictures. There’s Annihilation and the one that truly surprised us all, The Cloverfield Paradox! First, let’s talk about Annihilation.
CINEMALAYA Institute is now open for applications for its advanced courses in directing and producing. Classes will be held from May 8 to June 30, 2018 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Applications will be accepted until April 20.