Three girls (Donna, Regine, Mikee) divided by personalities, cultural backgrounds and principles have one thing in common, their love for music.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Donna Cruz ...
Donette Legaspi
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Reggie Mendoza
Mikee Cojuangco ...
Miki Tolentino
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Lola of Reggie
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Toto
Anthony Cortez ...
Julio
Lee Robin Salazar ...
Joey
Melisse Santiago ...
Nene
Evangeline Pascual ...
Mrs. Legaspi
Ramil Rodriguez ...
Mr. Legaspi
Berting Labra ...
Mr. Tolentino
Lorli Villanueva ...
Mrs. Tolentino
Gerard Faisan ...
Victor
Ricky Rivero ...
Boyet
Carlos Ramirez ...
Kambal I (as Carlos Ramirez I)
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Storyline

Attempting to save their group's singing career, Reggie Mendoza (Regine Velasquez), a self-confessed grandma's girl, and Mikki Tolentino (Mikee Cojuangco), a misandrist tomboy and a toast of her family, discover Donnette Legaspi (Donna Cruz), a vainglorious spoiled brat coming from a rich family, while singing in a restroom, to be part of their musical trio, DoReMi. Despite their drastic differences in both their personalities, lifestyle and principles, their shared love for music allowed them to consider pursuing a music career in Japan only to find out at the immigration office of a local airport that a fly-by-night placement or recruitment agency had falsified their documents and faked their passports. Due to this mishap and fear of humiliation and concern of their families, the girls travel to a laid back province, putting themselves in a self-imposed exile after the embarrassment they faced after chasing their dreams. While still considering the idea of becoming successful in ... Written by Boots Guy

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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1996 (Philippines)  »

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Being hailed as the highly anticipated movie of 1996, there was extreme hype behind the collaboration between the three main actresses. To promote the movie, Cruz, Velasquez and Cojuangco appeared in T.G.I.S., reprising their roles in the film. The girls also appeared in all three major networks, ABS-CBN, GMA Network and ABC (now TV5) for several interviews in various talk and variety shows. See more »

Soundtracks

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Music by Louie Ocampo
Lyrics by Edith Gallardo
Sung by Donna Cruz, Regine Velasquez, Mikee Cojuangco
Vocal Arrangement by Moy Ortiz
Produced by Louie Ocampo (as Louie J. Ocampo) & Margot M. Gallardo
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Entertaining and sweet, with cute songs
23 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw this six years ago, and it was one of my favorite films of that time. I watched it over and over and over, and the songs I loved a lot. It was like a mini-semi musical, and the story line was really funny and cute. Overall, I think, that what I remember the most about this movie was that there was an underlying message of when you follow your dreams, it might take you to the most random places in the world, and it might take you through some really strange adventures, but in the end, you'll know it was the right way to go because you are who you've always wanted to be, or you have no regrets. Its a really sweet movie, plus, it has a striking combination of an actress, Mikee C. with two superstar singers, Regine Velasquez and Donna Cruz, which was really cool.


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