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#GlobalWomenWhoRULE2021 sets International Women’s month in a pink and positive tone

This Women’s Month we set out to put together an event, partnering up with TNC (The New Channel), which would spotlight the experiences, struggles, advancements, and achievements of Filipino women, from different walks of life, local and overseas. At over six hours, with over twenty speakers, there was no shortage of insights, anecdotes, tips, and …

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A super book about the spectrum

Sometimes, the best comic books aren’t about superheroes. Sometimes, they’re about ordinary people in extraordinary situations told in an extraordinary way. And that is exactly what you get with “Doobiedoo Asks,” the semiautobiographical comic book from writer Bambi Eloriaga-Amago and artist Roland Amago. This gorgeous, entertaining, informative, funny and heartbreaking comic book revolves around the …

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Super Exclusive: Enter the twilight world of ‘TENET’

The most complex Christopher Nolan film yet Every film director Christopher Nolan has ever made has led to the making of “TENET.” It is not only how time works in his films (“Inception” and “Interstellar”) but how time is perceived by the audience (“Memento” and “Dunkirk”) that come together in “Tenet.” “As I like to …

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The kids are super all right in Netflix’s ‘We Can Be Heroes’

These days, superhero movies are all over the media landscape, most of them very serious but there was a time when superhero and adventure movies for kids were very popular, particularly those which featured youngsters using gadgets or their new powers to rescue either their parents or the world. These were often funny as well …

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