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Filipinas (2003)

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(as Joel C. Lamangan)

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6 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »

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Armida Siguion-Reyna ...
Florencia Filipinas
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Yolanda Filipinas
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Samuel Filipinas
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Vicky Filipinas
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Gloria Filipinas
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Emman Filipinas
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Narciso Filipinas
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Ramesh
Daniel Fernando ...
Dindo
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Jacqueline
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Diana
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Dindi
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Lyra
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Kathlyn
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Greg
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25 December 2003 (Philippines)  »

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The role of Armida Siguion-Reyna was originally offered to US-based Lolita Rodriguez, but she had other commitments. See more »

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Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan
Sung by Sarah Geronimo
Composed by George Canseco
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A movie that tried soo hard to be good but it's still bad
12 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

too much pretense in this movie.

its like a ketchup placed in a sour soup with shrimp paste and peanut butter.

Too much unrelated ideas that were not expressed and given attention well.

Tried too hard to be a politically related, socially relevant movie but it failed to reach its purpose.

One of Joel Lamangan's worse films.

In short , the story and the movie is bad and the actors are too hysterical, over acting, except for Dawn Zulueta's performance.

No wonder why the movie didn't make money and it placed 2nd to the last among the 2003 MMFF movies that were shown.

this movie is a 2/10.


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