Leo Tolstoy’s opening line for his acclaimed novel, Anna Karenina, posits: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” I America portrays the unhappy and complex situation of Filipino Amerasian children living in Olongapo City. Here are five things this film teaches us: WARNING: May contain spoilers. #1: No […]
No doubt about it, Filipinos too have been gripped by the Pokemon Go Fever. Since it was launched in the country last August 6, Pokemon Go has gained a huge following that continues to grow to date, throwing hardcore gamers and ordinary individuals alike into a frenzy of catching these pocket monsters that show up […]
The country’s annual Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival celebrates its 12th year with a resonant theme “Break the Surface” featuring an impressive roster of films for full length and short feature categories that are currently showing at Ayala Malls Cinemas. For the first time, Ayala Malls Cinemas brings the festival outside Metro Manila at Ayala Center […]
More than the decorative emblems, bright lighting, and shopping deals, Ayala Malls shares the love by reminding shoppers of the beloved family traditions and important things that make Christmas magical and meaningful.
Chris Evans’ directorial debut in the romantic movie “Before We Go” wherein he also stars opposite Alice Eve starts showing at Ayala Malls Cinemas on September 2.