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A Filipino superhero must decide if saving the world is worth, leaving his children, behind.

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(story) (as Emman Dela Cruz), (screenplay)
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Magno Meneses / Wapakman
Angelique Velez ...
Cheche Pochochay
Arvin Sadsad ...
Bodyguard
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Patitang
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Kulas
Benny Cunial ...
Benicio
Beth Enriquez ...
Labandera
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Mystika
Bobby Pacquiao ...
Customer 1
Carlos Homo ...
Customer 2
Cha-Cha Cañete ...
Nenok (as Chacha Cañete)
Debraliz ...
Auntie Susan (as Debraliz Valasote)
Edinburgh Kyle ...
Dingdong Meneses
Edward Pamato ...
BBQ Vendor
Erby Lopez ...
Octavia's Husband
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A Filipino superhero must decide if saving the world is worth, leaving his children, behind.

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Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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25 December 2009 (Philippines)  »

Also Known As:

Wam Bam Pac's the Man!  »

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PHP 750,000 (Philippines), 25 December 2009
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Nicole Scherzinger was the original choice of Manny Pacquiao to be his leading lady, but due to schedule conflict she begged off from doing the movie. See more »

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Nakauwi Na
Written by Emmanuel Aguila
Performed by Ang Bandang Shirley
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Utterly Disgusting
9 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the worst movie ever made by the Philippine cinema. No wonder..... It's lead actor is a well recognized boxer, who ran for congressman in a district he has never resided yet, and won only due to popularity and not his qualifications. He is definitely not an actor or he couldn't even be taken seriously as a comedian. The movie producers banked on the popularity of Manny Pacquiao to sell a poorly crafted and screen played movie who's target audience were the kids during the Christmas season. It was so surprising it was included in the Metro Manila Filmfest Festival. It was a movie about a superhero but there is nothing super about the movie. If you have nothing to watch, this isn't even worth it of a glimpse. No wonder it ranked the lowest among the rest of the film fest participants. This reflects how quality is never a requirement in the film fest entry selection process.


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