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Pinoy/Blonde (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy | 13 July 2005 (Philippines)
(Tagalog with English subtitles) The Filipino equivalent to Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. On his hospital bed, a dying uncle gives final instructions to his two nephews: deliver a ... See full summary »

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Andrew (as Epy Quizon)
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Yanni
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Sanggano #2
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Manny Castañeda
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(Tagalog with English subtitles) The Filipino equivalent to Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. On his hospital bed, a dying uncle gives final instructions to his two nephews: deliver a brown bag in exchange for a package. This sets into motion a ton of clever dialogue, sex jokes and satiric parodies that wink at the audience. Written by Anonymous

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Funny! Hilarious!
16 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is a movie who doesn't require the audience to think things through and analyze until their noses bleed. Pinoy Blonde doesn't require the audience to take it too seriously.

For a moviegoer like me who doesn't think highly of Filipino films, I have become an even bigger fan of Unitel Pictures (the producing company) when I saw Pinoy Blonde. The movie is absolutely funny.

This is one of the few movies who don't try to solve the world's problems, or make sense of the ills that plague our society. It only asks the audience to sit back, take everything in and laugh. If you think that you need to ponder on things when you see the movie, you are doing yourself a great disservice.


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