Fast paced and action packed, the latest installment to the Marvel Cinematic Universe certainly didn’t disappoint. According to the Disney’s official plot summary, the movie showed what happened to T’Challa after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, when T’Challa returned home to his kingdom. The fictional kingdom of Wakanda was described in […]
January opened with a growing frequency of reports on child deaths that the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) attributed to Dengvaxia—the first anti-dengue vaccine in the world developed by French pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur. Dengvaxia translated into a P3.5 billion massive dengue immunization program of the Department of Health during the closing months of […]
A strong sense of nostalgia set the internet ablaze in the last two weeks as Mike Del Rosario’s Classic Pare Titos and Titas of Manila reached over 700,000 followers (as of this writing). The Classic Pare Titos and Titas of Manila on Facebook revisits shared memories from the 1980s and 1990s, with its followers making […]
AN UNINTENTIONAL COMEDY Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD. Like many movies with promising trailers, you expect this one to soar. Academy award nominated director? Check. Bankable movie stars, with one having an Academy Award under her belt? Check. Musical score from the same composer of Game of Thrones. Check. The Mountain Between Us is based on a novel by Charles Martin. […]
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