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Ngayong nandito ka (2003)


(story) (as Henry King-Quitain), (screenplay) (as Henry King-Quitain)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Garie Cruz
Rocky Rodriguez
Onemig Bondoc ...
Derrick Cervantes
Federico Rodriguez
Pinky Marquez ...
Leony Rodriguez
Carlo Muñoz ...
Kent Rodriguez
Gia Rodriguez
Efren Cruz
Sandy Andolong ...
Naida Cruz
Mina Cruz
Mark Acueza ...
Gilbert Cruz (as Marc Acueza)
Teddy Cervantes
Diane Dela Fuente ...
Menchie (as Dianne Dela Fuente)
Karlina Bayot ...
Mandy (as Karlyn Bayot)
Justin Cuyugan ...


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japan | band | accident | See All (3) »


Drama | Romance



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26 February 2003 (Philippines)  »

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Typical film from the Philippines, however as always good eye candy...
3 May 2004 | by (Washington, D.C.) – See all my reviews

Not to knock, features from the Philippines, but the premise, the plot, and the story are almost always the same.. boy meets girl, boy loses girl, and then boy tries to win her back. Nonetheless, I truly enjoyed this film, it features two of the Philippines rising stars, attractive and talented Kristine Hermosa and Jericho Rosales. Both provide stellar performances and I look forward to seeing their future work. Viewing this film may require some background understanding about Philippine films, and their story lines. If you can live through several, I mean several dramatic moments, then you may enjoy this film as I did. The setting is in Cebu, one of the most beautiful places in the Philippines and there's plenty of scenic shots that reflect the natural beauty of this part of the country. The weather in this region is a bit cooler, therefore don't be surprised to see them wearing bonnets, jackets, and sweaters. There are even scenes shot in Japan where Mount Fuji was a constant backdrop, eye candy galore. I would recommend this film based on the performances, the scenery, as well as the directors style in capturing dramatic and important moments by shooting in slow motion.

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