on work

I've been writing quite a lot for Interaksyon. I feel great about it because it's almost like writing for Juice again. Juice allowed me to write about other things, though, like food and fashion, if I came across such a story. I tried pitching other stories but they told me to really just focus on…Read more on work

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Juice bids farewell

So, Juice is closing shop. The website I've been writing for since 2012 is done. It's ran its course and the backers, I think, are planning on heading on a new direction. I was told ahead of time but now that it's happening, I feel a little sad. This was a place for me to…Read more Juice bids farewell

Batman v Superman: When Stories Are Told Wrong (Juice.ph)

So my review on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice came out yesterday. The advantage I have for watching such an anticipated film a few days after its opening release is that some of my friends have seen it already so I was able to articulate my points to those who have seen it on…Read more Batman v Superman: When Stories Are Told Wrong (Juice.ph)

reviews for Deadpool, Spotlight, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Juice.ph)

I think I'm the only one amongst my friends who didn't like Deadpool. I don't know. I guess I must be a pretentious snob but I'm so glad Oggs Cruz of Rappler had the same idea after I read his review (Deadpool Review: Vulgar Marvels). I don't read reviews until after I've written mine so…Read more reviews for Deadpool, Spotlight, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Juice.ph)

What Is Home? A Film Review of Brooklyn (Juice.ph)

So, I'm back to contributing for Juice. It's been a long while since I've written for them. It's so nice to be back, to be honest; to be making my own money again and to contributing to something, anything. I got to see Brooklyn recently and I saw that the website hadn't reviewed it yet…Read more What Is Home? A Film Review of Brooklyn (Juice.ph)

An interview with This Is Our Youth director Topper Fabregas (Juice.ph)

It took me a lot longer to get this article out than I would have liked. Being sick/injured/incapacitated means that I'm not working at peak efficiency. I guess I'm not supposed to be working at all; I mean, isn't that what resting is supposed to mean? Not working? But I can't stand being unproductive and…Read more An interview with This Is Our Youth director Topper Fabregas (Juice.ph)