Longtime couple Basha (Bea Alonzo) and Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) are practically inseparable, so when they split up, it's not surprising how heartbroken each feels. But Basha, stifled by the ... See full summary »
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Athena Dizon plays a trick on campus heartthrob and bad boy, gangster, Kenji de los Reyes. Setting up an arrangement to pretend as lovers-to make his ex jealous-they found themselves falling to each other yet falling apart.
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Rory B. Quintos
Allan Alvarez(John Lloyd-Cruz) occasionally takes the Pasig River ferry to go to his newly purchased home. On several of these trips, Allan always sees a girl who writes messages on stones ... See full summary »
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Felix Ysagun Manalo is a sprawling historical epic that traces the origin of Iglesia Ni Cristo (The Church of Christ) which is established in the Philippines from its humble beginnings in 1914 through the present day.
Composed and Written by Dennis DeYoung
Original Publisher: Warner Music Publishing
Sub-publisher: Warner/Chappel Music Philippines, Inc.
Performed by Piolo Pascual
Courtesy of Star Recording, Inc. See more »
An entertaining and romantic movie. A good "Chick Flick"
Textbook recipe of a chick flick. Copying the Hollywood model where a romantic story is laced with a serious agenda. In this movie the struggle between low class, poorly educated and high class well educated society is well visualized. The movie is well packed with funny scenes without pushing the movie on to be a comedy. There are also enough tear dripping scenes to awaken strong feelings for the characters in the movie. I wouldn't say that the actors are the best I've seen, but then again I don't know the Philippines, the culture nor the people. I enjoyed that the movie was spoken mainly in Filipino, even though I don't understand a word of the language. It just feels so wrong when you see a flick from a non English speaking country and all the actors are speaking English. It's almost as bad a watching an old American western that is dubbed.
All in all I'd say this movie was refreshing and well worth the watch.
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