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Diether Ocampo ...
Mando
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Dino
Vhong Navarro ...
Kulas
Onemig Bondoc ...
Trigger
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Iñigo
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Ruben
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Faith
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Joan
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Cher
Michelle Bayle ...
Shona
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Iza
Mat Ranillo III ...
Mr. Morales
Jean Saburit ...
Mrs. Morales
Bonggoy Manahan ...
Mr. Chavez
Maribeth Bichara ...
Mrs. Chavez
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Rise Above Yourself

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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28 August 2002 (Philippines)  »

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Trivia

Supposedly intended to be directed by Jeffrey Jeturian. See more »

Crazy Credits

The closing credits feature a montage of the characters' futures, while they are singing along to the theme song 'Next In Line'. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Game K N B: Episode dated 21 February 2007 (2007) See more »

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Jologs
Composed by Aristotle Pollisco
Published by Starsong
Performed by Gloc-9
Arranged by Carlo Isidore Salcedo
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An excellent Filipino film!
22 July 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

"Jologs" has got to be my favorite Filipino movie ever (next to "Anak") the way the stories come together in the end is perfect, intense and amazing! Most Filipino films out there are extremely cheesy and lack any kind of substance but this movie is not in any of those categories. The different segments are funny, sad and touching. The events that take place in the segments are insane! You never know what's going to happen next! The young cast is brilliant and shows just how much talent they have by bringing this film to life. I love the way it shows that people are connected (and we really are). You actions affect the next person's day, life etc.

"Jologs" reminded me more of Magnolia than Pulp Fiction but anyways, I own this on VCD and is one of those rare Filipino movies that I would recommend to any Filipino out there.

P.S. I want to remake this into a North American film!


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