Daily Archive: May 10, 2018

Sereno supporters storm the heavens to remove ‘spiritual evil’ over SC

Sereno supporters storm the heavens to remove ‘spiritual evil’ over SC

Hours before embattled Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno would face her colleagues in a special en banc session that would tackle the quo warranto petition against her, hundreds of her supporters trooped to the Supreme Court (SC) in Manila early Friday for a “Jericho march” and prayer vigil to enlighten justices to heed the rule of law and not succumb to so-called authoritarian whim.

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The Cannes Film Festival Is Just Getting Started, but It’s Already Oozing With Glamour

The 71st annual Cannes Film Festival officially kicked off on Tuesday, and we’ve already been treated to some seriously star-studded moments. Julianne Moore made a glamorous appearance on the red carpet, while Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem looked so in love at the premiere of their film Everybody Knows. Kristen Stewart also touched down in the South of France and is serving as one of this year’s jury members alongside Chang Chen, Ava DuVernay, Denis Villeneuve, Cate Blanchett, Robert Guédiguian, Khadja Nin, Andrey Zvyagintsev, and Léa Seydoux. The festival is just getting started, so check back later for even more fun moments.

The Best 2010s Movies That You Can Watch on Netflix Right Now

Netflix is a virtual treasure trove of movies from every decade, but by far, the streaming site seems to host more 2010s movies than films from any other decade. That makes sense, because Netflix has changed the way people watch movies and TV in a major way over the course of these past eight years. The upside to this is that there are a ton of new-release options, but the downside is . . . well, the same thing. There are so many movies from the 2010s on the site that it can be super overwhelming if all you really want to do is find that one football movie starring Justin Timberlake and Amy Adams.

This list is designed to cut through the clutter and reveal the 2010s films on Netflix that you actually want to watch. (And yes, that includes the elusive Timberlake movie you haven’t thought about in at least three years.)

Grandma, ‘Erap’ seek Barangay Council seats in May 14 elections

Grandma, ‘Erap’ seek Barangay Council seats in May 14 elections

A former President’s namesake and an arthritic 77-year-old grandmother are running for seats in their village councils in Monday’s barangay elections — one hoping his public service record and popular nickname and the other her sheer determination to serve would get them enough votes to win.

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Solons seek probe of ‘comfort woman’ statue removal, DFA ‘role’

Solons seek probe of ‘comfort woman’ statue removal, DFA ‘role’

The Gabriela Women’s Party has called on the House of Representatives to investigate the recent removal of the controversial “comfort woman” statue in Manila, denouncing the act as a result of the Duterte administration’s acquiescence to Japanese government pressure.

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