Pinoy Rebyu 2019 Poll

BEST FEATURE FILM » 1 – John Denver Trending (315 points) 2 – Cleaners (259.6 pts) 3 – Edward (253.6 pts) 4 – Kalel, 15 (205.6 pts) 5 – Isa Pa, with Feelings (130.6 pts) 6 – Sila-Sila (128.6 pts) 7 – Hello, Love, Goodbye (108 pts) 8 – Ulan (95.6 pts) 9 – Metamorphosis (93 … Continue reading Pinoy Rebyu 2019 Poll

Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (10-1)

10 – TINIMBANG KA NGUNIT KULANG (Lino Brocka, 1974) Brocka’s powerful commentary on middle-class Christians’ opinion and treatment of people in the margins is as biting now as when it was released. Voted by: Dwein Tarhata Baltazar (Director, Mamay Umeng) John Bedia (Writer; Amok, Boundary): “A searing and excellent social commentary.” Jan Philippe Carpio (Director; … Continue reading Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (10-1)

Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (20-11)

20 – KARNAL (Marilou Diaz-Abaya, 1984) Diaz-Abaya brought to vivid life Ricky Lee’s version of a Greek tragedy, with incest, parricide, suicide, and infanticide all wrapped in one heady brew of a movie. Voted by: Joey Agbayani (Director; Lola, Kidlat) Joey Baquiran (Member, Young Critics Circle Film Desk) John Bedia (Writer; Amok, Boundary): “Theatrical and … Continue reading Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (20-11)

Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (30-21)

30 – TUHOG (Jeffrey Jeturian, 2000) Jeturian’s hilarious skewering of mainstream cinema’s sexploitation films is still as fresh today as it was thirteen years ago. Voted by: John Bedia (Writer; Amok, Boundary): "Perfect blend of script and direction. The movie is witty and smart, funny and sad but at the same time true" Theodore Boborol (Writer; My Big Love, Kelly! … Continue reading Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (30-21)

Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (40-31)

40 – ANG TATAY KONG NANAY (Lino Brocka, 1978) Brocka’s landmark film on gay parenthood made viewers realize that love does not discriminate. Features what possibly is Dolphy’s best performance ever. Voted by: Joey Baquiran (Member, Young Critics Circle Film Desk) Ray Defante Gibraltar (Director; Wanted: Border, When Timawa Meets Delgado) Gary Devilles (Professor, Kagawaran … Continue reading Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (40-31)