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Fil-Am ‘The Voice’ contestant recalls learning time on US tilt

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Katriz Trinidad (left) and Blessing Offor sing before coach Pharrell Williams (second from right) and guest advisor Alicia Keys, right.

“It’s Filipino,” said Fil-Am “The Voice” contestant Katriz Trinidad of her home in San Diego, during a recent phone interview.

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‘Big Hero 6’: Boy and machine, team supreme

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HIRO and Baymax fly across the hybrid city of San Fransokyo. AP

A cool reimagining of Marvel Comics characters, Disney’s animated “Big Hero 6” is relentlessly fun, action-packed, and uses a wide spectrum—it’s easily one of the studio’s most colorful films, and aptly so—a welcome addition to the flashy superhero “sub-genre” introduced by Pixar’s “The Incredibles” a decade ago.

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Hokey science, heart-tugging fiction

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No stranger to chaotic mindscapes and dreamscapes, filmmaker Christopher Nolan boldly traverses time and space with “Interstellar”—an ambitious, if occasionally contrived, adventure about astronauts who leave a dying Earth in search of a habitable replacement planet.

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Rom-com clichés, cloying cutesies from ‘A to Z’

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BEN FELDMAN and Cristin Milioti play lovers in “A toZ.”

The new rom-com series “A to Z” is cloyingly cute, brimming with situations and characters that feel familiar—so familiar, that it’s like the “aww”-inducing love child of hit rom-com flicks.

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Renewed focus on Anti-Camcording Act

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“Many Filipinos do not understand that piracy is stealing and it is a crime,” said Joji Alonso, legal counsel for the Motion Picture Anti-Film Piracy Council, in her opening remarks at a recent workshop on the Anti-Camcording Act in Taguig City.

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