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 »
A Palanca-winning comedy about gay best friends for life John (Joross Gamboa) and Mark (Edgar Allan Guzman) whose friendship is put to the test when one of them has a terminal illness and ... See full summary »
Edgar Allan Guzman,
An aspiring painter and a frustrated musician meet and become instant friends, but decide to end and leave everything as is, just like complete strangers. What will happen if they meet again as two completely different people?
Senior engineering student Vince has a crush on go-getter and fellow engineering student Kath. Just as when he's about to confess his feelings for her, his cousin and basketball varsity ... See full summary »
A film about a working Filipino woman working as travel guide in Sapporo, Japan who was driven to blindness due to extreme stress and heartache. While living alone, she found comfort in the company of a fellow Filipino whom served as her eyes during her times of temporary blindness.Written by
This is the third movie which is produced by also known Filipino actor Piolo Pascual after his first dibs in movie-producing for Eugene Domingo's hit movie series "Kimi Dora". This is his second movie however, that is shot outside the Philippines - the first one was Kimi Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme which was shot in South Korea. Kita-kita (I See You) was entirely shot in Japan. See more »
There's a scene where Tonyo is having a selfie with a can of beer. When he viewed the pictures, the phone is oriented in portrait but when the shot changes the phone becomes landscape. See more »