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Maria (2019)

A Filipino female assassin quits and fakes her death. Her old boss finds out after she's gotten a family. He tries to kill them. She responds.

Director:

Pedring Lopez (as Pedring A. Lopez)

Writers:

Pedring Lopez (original story) (as Pedring A. Lopez), Yz Carbonell | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Cristine Reyes ... Maria
Germaine De Leon ... Kaleb (as Ivan Padilla)
KC Montero ... Victor
Ronnie Lazaro ... Greg
Freddie Webb ... Ricardo
Guji Lorenzana ... Bert
Johanna Rish Tongcua ... Min-Min
Jennifer Lee ... Miru
Cindy Miranda ... Wednesday
Andrea Del Rosario ... Felicia Santiago
Miel Manalang Miel Manalang ... Vati
Johnny Revilla ... Gov. Villanueva
Ronnie Liang ... Club Manager
L.A. Santos L.A. Santos ... Leo (as LA Santos)
Enzo De Guia Enzo De Guia ... Leo's Friend
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Storyline

When a former BlackRose cartel assassin deliberately betrays them by refusing to complete her mission, the cartel orders her execution. Unbeknownst to them, she fakes her own death and is able to create a new life of her own. When the cartel discovers she is alive, the hunter becomes the hunted as she fights to get revenge on those who took her new life away from her. Written by Blackops studios asia

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Loving wife. Caring mother. Ruthless assassin. They messed with the wrong woman.


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TV-MA | See all certifications »

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Artful Slaughter
Composed by Karl Kliatchko
Recorded at Tower of Doom Studios
Produced and recorded by Kyle Cayton
Co-produced by Eric Perlas
Mixed ans Mastered by Macoy Manuel
Courtesy of Tower of Doom Music
Published by Viva Music Publishing, Inc.
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much better than the reviews
22 February 2020 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

As a reviewer old enough to remember when these films were made only one place on the planet -- Hong Kong -- I consider this a solid effort with above average fight scenes. The problem could be that, in an effort to make English viewers feel more comfortable, the actors had to read some of their lines in English as if they were slang phrases -- something common in Japanese movies but which seemed awkward and stilted here. So ignore that. And the obligatory husband and child both seemed whiny and annoying so it was almost a relief when they were removed from the story. The rest of the movie is fine.


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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Tagalog | Filipino | English

Release Date:

27 March 2019 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Maria See more »

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Budget:

$1,200,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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