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MMFF 2021

RANKING FOR MMFF 2021 MOVIES


1. BIG NIGHT! (Jun Robles Lana)

On the final scene concluding the Big Night, Christian Bables made a look for the audience to see. No words to tell, but you can feel everything. Too many messages, but all contained into one. That’s how powerful the movie is. That’s how big the night is. Read full here.


2. LOVE AT FIRST STREAM (Cathy Garcia-Molina)

The Director knows how to maximize her resources, always turning a simple cliché scene into a magical one. The Writer also chose the perfect words to make every conversation count. Mahusay ang mga artista. May saysay ang istorya. Maayos ang pelikula. Magaling ang pagkakagawa. Read full here.


3. THE EXORSIS (Fifth Solomon)

Sa pamamagitan ng halakhak, ipapalimut nila sa’yo ang mga atraso nila. Isuka pansamantala ang problema. Magpa-sapi muna sa saya at tumawa. Read full here.


4. A HARD DAY (Lawrence Fajardo)

Napatakbo nila ang pelikula dahil sa angking galing nila Dingdong Dantes at John Arcilla. Read full here.


5. NELIA (Lester Dimaranan)

The asset of this film lies on Nelia herself, because of the mystery she carries throughout the film. Because you want to know more about her, you will stand by Nelia till the end. Read full here.


6. HULING ULAN SA TAG-ARAW (Louie Ignacio)

Nauulanan ang pelikulang ito ng samu-saring ganap. Pero ang pinaka-ugat ng kwento ay binaon nila sa dilim. Hindi na nasiktan ng araw. Read full here.


7. WHETHER THE WEATHER IS FINE (Carlo Francisco Manatad)

Hindi trahedya at hindi mga biktima ang naging bida sa pelikulang ito. Read full here.


8. HUWAG KANG LALABAS (Adolfo Alix Jr.)

Imbes na matakot ka, maiinis ka na lang. Imbes na nakaupo ka lang sa sinehan, ang sarap sarap tuloy lumabas. Read full here.



Date Released: December 25, 2021 for MMFF 2021

Movie Review Ranking by: Goldwin Reviews


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