Church Sex Scandal Depicted in 'Spotlight'

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"Crime does not pay", an adage that holds the truth, even in this 21st century.

Spotlighting a decade-long and numerous sexual abuses inflicted upon the youth, altar boys or helpers, became a recurring sickening diseases within the darkened walls of the Catholic Church. 

Not only the innocent minors suffered, but also their parents and the other family members bore the burden of the demonic nightmares. Through the years, even decades, these sexual abuses to the youth would remain an open wound that no amount of cure could heal.

Some scandalous secrets would remain locked within the Catholic Church, locked within the confines of the victims' homes, and tucked within the minds and hearts of the innocents as well. Not until...

The 6-Oscar nominated film, SPOTLIGHT, presents the brave and courageous group of newspaperman of Boston Globe in their search for the truth. The movie is based on the research that received the prestigious Pulitzer Prize Award. It is therefore based on true events.

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No one had stepped-up to speak the truth regarding these rampant abuses. And nobody sought justice.

"How can you say 'No' to God?" asked a young victim who had kept the blistering abuses inflicted upon him. Through the years, the sufferings that caused him were still apparent.

The group of journalists who would become known as Spotlight discovered that minors who were victimized rooted from families of low-income brackets. "To receive attention from our parish priest," confessed by a parent of a victim, "especially to our son, is a big blessing." But a deadly blessing from a wretched wolf under the cloak of a sheep.

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One of the actors, who recently earned an Oscar Best Supporting Nomination for his role, Mark Ruffalo quips, "Indeed, it is difficult to watch a molestation of a priest to a minor."

Not one among the abusers had served their times in prison. Incidentally, those accused priests were sent to other countries where they continue their evil acts. It is high time that justice must be served.

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Heading the cast of SPOTLIGHT are Michael Keaton (known for his Batman role and had received an Oscar Best Actor nomination), together with him is Mark Ruffalo (known for his green-eyed monster, The Incredible Hulk role and had received a Oscar Best Supporting Actor nomination), Rachel McAdams (known for her lead role in the romantic & blockbuster film, The Notebook), and other award-winning actors. 

To date, SPOTLIGHT has already earned numerous awards of excellence from various bodies of critics. It has garnered 6 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress (for McAdams), Best Editing, and one for Ruffalo.

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The film SPOTLIGHT is exclusively distributed by Solar Pictures for Solar Entertainment Corporation and has been rated R16 (without cuts) by the MTRCB. It is to be shown in numerous theaters nationwide starting on the 10th of February of this year.






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BREAKING: Marvel Confirms 'Deadpool' Crossover With Avengers In Sequel

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Marvel Studios announced crossover plans with 20th Century Fox with Ryan Reynold's 'Deadpool' character for the big-screen.

Cast and Crew on Surviving Real Dangers in Shooting 'The Revenant'

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The history of the American fur trade is brief, yet pivotal, full of tales of daring but also grave destruction.  Though the fur trade forged the romantic image of the mountain man – idealized loners purportedly as rugged as the wilderness they felt beholden to tame -- the fur trade was also very much a business. In a sense it ushered in the first emergence of the archetypal Western entrepreneur, the visionary iconoclast who forges ahead answerable to no one but himself. 

This is the era of “The Revenant,” where trappers go into pristine landscapes among indigenous populations to extract resources – and the question that comes up is: at what cost? Based on few written and memorabilia of Hugh Glass who is considered “The Revenant,” one who came back from the dead and played by Leonardo DiCaprio (this year’s SAG winner as Best Actor, Drama for Revenant role) in the titular role, is centric to the movie’s powerful theme.  By the 1820s, the fur trade had reached the Rocky Mountains and become intensely competitive, with traders battling one another as well as Native tribes. Hugh Glass worked for the Rocky Mountain Fur Company, then newly on the scene.  The company utilized the “rendezvous system,” which meant they built no cabins or forts.  Instead, their trappers were expected to hunt their own food, build their own shelter and fight their own battles, enhancing their stoic reputations. 

Shooting outdoors in Canada and Argentina, in snow, wind and often at high altitude, the cast and crew of “The Revenant” faced remnants of the same dangers and conditions that people would have faced back then. Dangers in production ranged from avalanches to bears - the production even had a Bear Safety Coordinator on set every day.  While cast and crew had a justified concern about local bears, no actual bear was used in the grizzly attack sequences.  That was one of the few places Iñárritu utilized CGI.

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Another major threat, as it is for Hugh Glass in the story, was weather.  At one point, a blizzard brought minus-27 degree temperatures, and the need for crewmembers to keep an eye on each other for the signs of frostbite. “I have learned that there is no bad weather, there are only bad clothes,” Iñárritu jokes, but he notes the intense cold gave the film a shivery reality shooting in tepid conditions could not. 

Typical of the film’s extremes, a record-busting hot spell (the warmest Canadian winter in 23 years) turned the filmmakers into snow diviners.  “Alberta is very susceptible to radical climate changes,” says Iñárritu. “You can have seven different kinds of weather in a single day. In the beginning, we struggled with low temperatures and blizzards. Later on, we struggled with no snow. It was a winter of record high temperatures, and we went from chasing Chinooks to chasing ice.”

When the film ultimately came full circle, Iñárritu assembled cast and crew just as he had in the beginning. He said to the group, “To make a film like this is the journey of a lifetime. It’s been a journey of wonder with challenging moments and tough ones and beautiful ones. I feel honored, thankful, humble, happy and sad that we achieved what we achieved. What we achieved is amazing. Every single day of the production was difficult, but I think this has been the most fulfilling artistic experience of my lifetime.”

“The Revenant” is now showing  in cinemas nationwide from 20th Century Fox distributed by Warner Bros. Also available in IMAX screens. 







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Natalie Portman is a Bad-ass Cowgirl in 'Jane Got A Gun'

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Natalie Portman is the heroine in her new movie "Jane Got a Gun," the feminist western directed by Gavin O'Connor. "Jane Got a Gun" centers on Jane Hammond (Natalie Portman), who has built a new life with her husband Bill "Ham" Hammond (Noah Emmerich) after being tormented by the ultra-violent Bishop Boys outlaw gang. 

She finds herself in the gang’s cross-hairs once again when Ham stumbles home riddled with bullets after dueling with the Boys and their relentless mastermind Colin (Ewan McGregor). With the vengeful crew hot on Ham's trail, Jane has nowhere to turn but to her former fiancé Dan Frost (Joel Edgerton) for help in defending her family against certain destruction. Haunted by old memories, Jane’s past meets the present in a heart-stopping battle for survival. 

Based in France, wife of the choreographer Benjamin Millepied, director of dance at the Paris Opera, the American star of 34 years, actress, director, welcomes the decision of the Academy Awards to give more space to blacks and women. 

The Academy Awards has announced its reform in full debate on diversity, in particular the lack of black actors. What do you think? 

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This lack of diversity is a problem: it is urgent that the movie industry is in grasp. There are not enough movies that deal with women's issues and give voice to minorities. The establishment does not recognize their place or their work. I am delighted that this issue comes to the table and the Academy Awards begins to move the lines. 

Have you been a victim of sexism in Hollywood? 

My experience is not worse than the other. I am a white actress, I therefore occupies a more privileged position than others, I do not have to complain about, but yes, I've already been a victim of sexism. The American film industry is very unfair to women and minorities, to be behind the camera, and also in terms of wages. 

"Jane Got a Gun" is a solid swing woman portrait. He is a character that you defend tooth and nail? 

I like his strong character, but I also like the fact that she lives a love story in the American Wild West. Madness and love are well housed here in this Wild West where anything can happen. Jane's army, but it is not as violent as that, she fights to survive, it must draw from itself the personal resources to fight. I have read many stories about the Wild West to prepare my character, I found very difficult lives unstable. 

You feel a feminist? 

Oh yes, definitely. 
What have you in common with Jane swinging the film? 

I have in common with my character to have had to fight a lot to be able to produce this independent film. It's not a bad thing to have to fight, but in fact the United States, as full of aspects, things always turn out differently for women than for men. It's harder for them. 

What is your favorite western women? 

There are many, all excellent. Among the most recent, "The Homesman" Tommy Lee Jones with Hillary Swank, or "The Hateful Eight" by Quentin Tarantino starring Jennifer Jason Leigh. I have yet to see but everyone says she is amazing. And then there's "Jane Got a Gun" now. 

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"Jane Got a Gun" is a good story. Yet the film has been slow to happen. What happened? 

There was a change of director in full production. The film was to be directed by Lynne Ramsay Scottish, but she left just before the first day of shooting. I think that was a first in the history of cinema, this departure on the eve of views taken. We had the chance to work again with Gavin O'Connor, who had his own vision of history and allowed us to continue more calmly. After the first difficult time, everyone has deployed all his energy and passion for the film. 

“JANE GOT A GUN” is released and distributed by CAPTIVE CINEMA. SHOWING ON FEBRUARY 10 NATIONWIDE!







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The Revenant - Movie Review

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The Revenant tells the story of Hugh Glass in his survival after being mauled by a bear and betrayed by an arrogant fellow trapper. In this version, Glass has a son killed by Fitzgerald to turn this into a gritty revenge story. And it kind of works artistically, the movie paints the mood with absolute surrealism of grief and violence. Thematically, there was potential, but in the end it kind of shoehorns what could have been a painful realization. Either way, this is one of the most terrifically crafted films you may see in a while. The effort and ambition is shown at every imagery and that alone made The Revenant a pretty fascinating experience.

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The movie opens with Hugh Glass brooding over a tragedy of losing his wife, which made him protective to his son for being a reminder of her. Then it cuts to an expedition of trappers who are hunting for pelts, then attacked by a Native tribe and escaped; Glass is with his son, though having prejudice by Fitzgerald for being a half-Native. Then you get the story; I think the added elements is for the sake of giving Glass a colder motivation of hunting down the men who abandon him in his dying condition. It is also made to bring this journey a grander theme of spirituality and morality towards the force of nature, but it's kind of a stretch at times and it never becomes subtle either. What hurts more is the final part where Glass ends up verbalizing the theme of what he learned in his suffering. There should be pain on that sacrifice he had chosen, then yet he manages to witness that reward he was seeking for. The final note already feels a little unearned, but the last part just made it feel like a betrayal.

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Though what's perfect in this film is the filmmaking. There has been an interesting story behind the set where director Iñárritu pushes his craft, by even using natural light, and DiCaprio experiencing the dining struggle of the character. For the direction, it looks very magnificent, every shot of this film deserves to be seen in a big screen, it's just glorious to look at. But the most impacting are the images of death. The movie just pictures the coldness of the bodies like the loss of life is a big deal even in this image of fiction. This has been one of Leonardo DiCaprio's most committed performances, he had to actually eat a raw bison, if that's actually surprising to anyone, but the commitment is admirable and makes the performance compelling even with lesser words, we can see the sorrow and struggle in his eyes. The supporting are predictable great as well, Tom Hardy makes for an entertaining arrogant antagonist.

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The Revenant is all spectacle, but really priceless spectacle that you rarely see in a film this mainstream. The ambition is too enormous that it somehow drops the ball at the very end, it would have been thematically powerful if it was more subtle at that final few minutes. But it's the experience that made it brilliant. I wish it was only about Glass struggling to rise back avenging his son, the added spiritual theme just doesn't work as it wanted to be when it starts verbalizing it. Just let the action speak whatever it wanted to say, because the movie is really terrific at visual storytelling. It's just a small misstep for a movie already this grand, so The Revenant is definitely going to be the cinematic ride of your life.

The geek rates it 8/10!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Mirzel Torres is an avid moviegoer and watches anything that caught his attention. You can see him roam in cinema houses every week, and read his reviews on his blog.



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'Star Wars', 'Captain America: Civil War' Usher In Disney's 2016 Campaign

Coming off an undisputed blockbuster 2015 – when practically every movie it released was a box-office hit -- Walt Disney Studios Philippines has just announced that will roll out ten films in 2016, led by the charming animated feature “Zootopia,” Marvel's super hero collision “Captain America: Civil War,” Pixar's eagerly awaited sequel, “Finding Dory” and Lucasfilm's first anthology entry, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”

Rebel Wilson, The Party Animal In 'How To Be Single'

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Fresh from reprising her breakout role as fan-favorite Fat Amy in the smash comedy “Pitch Perfect 2,” Rebel Wilson now stars opposite Dakota Johnson in New Line Cinema's “How to Be Single.”

Based on the book by Liz Tucillo (TV’s “Sex & the City,” “He’s Just Not That Into You”), the film follows a host of singles at various stages of—and with varying opinions on—the single state.

Wilson plays the aggressively spirited Robin, who makes it her mission to not only show her new co-worker Alice (Johnson) the ropes at the office, but after business hours as well. “Robin really loves being single and wants everyone else to love it as much as she does,” Johnson offers. “Alice, on her own for the first time, figures she might as well learn from the master.”

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Wilson took a no-holds-barred approach to her character. “Robin is the eternally single girl who knows who she is and what she wants, is super independent and has the best life you could have in the best city in the world. She goes out partying, drinks a lot, has one-night stands, and doesn’t carry any of the baggage that a relationship can bring.”

In fact, when we first see Robin, she’s at the top of her game. “She’s at one of New York’s hottest clubs, dancing up a storm,” Wilson notes. The production brought in Wilson’s close friend Aakomon Jones, who choreographed her in “Pitch Perfect,” to give Robin all the right moves for her entrance. “AJ choreographed a little dance for me and we did it about 50 times that day, just for that one opening shot. It was so much fun,” she adds.

Upon meeting Alice, Robin is determined to show her the way of the single life—her way. “Robin literally teaches her how to be single—how to get drinks for free in a bar, where to hook up with someone at work, when to text back the guy you slept with the night before… All the tricks in her book,” Wilson notes.

On set, Wilson definitely brings the fun. “I’m a huge fan of Rebel’s,” director Christian Ditter declares. “I think everything she does is hysterically funny, and she brought so much to the table, so many ideas and great improv. We always did a few scripted takes, of course, but then I said to her, ‘Okay, surprise me,’ and a lot of what she did is in the film, because she’s so inventive and such a comedy genius. I was afraid we’d have to digitally stabilize all of her takes because the camera operator was laughing so hard!”

“Rebel is magnificent; she’s unlike anyone I’ve ever met,” Johnson raves. “She’s extremely heartfelt, but can then turn around and easily riff on the most ridiculous subjects. It was really amazing working with her.”

The feeling was mutual for Wilson. “I loved working with Dakota. We have such different energies and are such different physical types; we’re almost like a classic comedy duo.”

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Because Ditter loved the way the two women played off each other, Wilson recalls, “We added a lot of outrageous physical comedy—nothing was too crazy for him. Christian really enjoys that stuff and trusted us to go with it, so we did. He was incredibly supportive of our ideas and we got up to some great mischief, Dakota and I.”

Producer John Rickard states, “Rebel is really at the forefront of pop culture and redefining what it means to be a comedy star. Whenever she’s on set, you really can’t take your eyes off her—you don’t want to miss what she might do or say next, and that translates to the screen. And Rebel and Dakota together? Lightning in a bottle.”
Wilson will next be seen starring in Sacha Baron Cohen’s “The Brothers Grimsby,” which also stars Penelope Cruz and Mark Strong.

Opening across the Philippines on Thursday, Feb. 11, “How to Be Single” is distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.




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Awards Darling 'Spotlight' To Open This February in PH Cinemas!

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A nominee for Oscars Best Picture, 'Spotlight', will be having its local premiere this February 10 in time for the heat of the Awards season buzz. 

Starring a star-studded cast that includes Michael Keaton, Rachael McAdams, Mark Ruffalo, Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci and Billy Crudup, the film tells the riveting true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe investigation that would rock the city and cause a crisis in one of the world’s oldest and most trusted institutions. 

When the newspaper’s tenacious “Spotlight” team of reporters delves into allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church, their year-long investigation uncovers a decades-long cover-up at the highest levels of Boston's religious, legal, and government establishment, touching off a wave of revelations around the world.

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Director Tom McCarthy helms the project, as well as writing the screenplay alongside Josh Singer. The director explained his urge to take on the project since he was raised Catholic and a Boston resident himself. 

"‘I want to dig deeper’. I mean beyond that, I lived in Boston, I was raised Catholic, I come from an Irish-American family and there’s a lot of things I felt like I could connect to the world through and I was excited to kind of explore that, and I just thought the issue was terribly relevant on a lot of levels. Some of this maybe developed over time as we started to really dig into the story but there were just so many avenues by which to approach and tell this story that it was just exciting, it was rich material," McCarthy said in an interview.

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Solar Pictures Philippines acquired the rights and will distribute the film in the Philippines this February 10.






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