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Animated ‘Boxtrolls’ take US by storm

In this image released by Focus Features, a scene is shown from ‘The Boxtrolls.’ AP

The “Boxtrolls” hit the United States this weekend, bringing the cute underground garbage creatures which have already taken their native Britain by storm to the other side of the pond.

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Rhian Ramos likes shaking things up

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RAMOS. It’s car racing over romance—for now.

Rhian Ramos likes shaking things up: In Jeffrey Hidalgo and Roy Sevilla Ho’s intriguing romantic thriller, “Silong,” she teams up for the first time with Piolo Pascual, who is cast as widowed physician Miguel, whose life is turned upside down when he rescues the brutally battered maiden Rhian portrays.

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Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton find love in the afternoon

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DOUGLAS AND KEATON. “Kilig”-inducing romance isn’t just for the young.

If you want a good laugh and a good cry, you can’t go wrong with Rob Reiner’s “And So It Goes” (showing exclusively at Ayala cinemas), starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton. Set in a picturesque apartment complex by the lake in Fairfield, Connecticut, the film follows two sexagenarians, self-contained realtor Orin Little (Douglas) and lonely lounge singer Leah (Keaton), brought together by a 6-year-old girl, Sarah (the adorable Sterling Jerins).

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Ever quotable Bill Nighy

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NIGHY. British wit and dry humor. ----------ruben-nighy1
photo by RUBEN V. NEPALES

“I have a Snickers bar abuse problem.” “No sandwiches were hurt during the making of this movie.” “I don’t particularly want to die, but I really don’t want to be young. I wasn’t good at being young.” Bill Nighy’s quips, reflecting his British wit and dry humor, made for one amusing recent morning. What made the actor’s bon mots even more delightful was that he kept a straight face as he dished them.

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Movie Review: At the Devil’s Door

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The motion picture itself does not fall short of the eerie and shriek-inducing scenes expected of a horror film. Most encounters were dark enough to indicate the presence of an unwanted visitor and the sound effects were put just in the right space to cause gasps and make eyes close in surprise. But once you sit down to ponder on the story, as in the very substance of what you just watched, you might find yourself asking, “So what really happened?”

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