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So It's You

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This is a story about broken hearts and how to find true love. Are you willing to leave the past behind? Or are you ready to take another chance at love?




Diary ng Panget

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Nadine Lustre as Eya James 
Reid as Cross 
Yassi Pressman as Lori 
Andre Paras as Chad 





Metro Manila

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Bukas May Ligaya

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Allen Dizon
Coco Almendras
Christopher Garcia
Rosanna Magdalena
Pamela Ortiz
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Laruang Lalake

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Ligaya... Pantasya ng Bayan

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Odette Khan
Lito Legaspi
Halina Perez
Alma Soriano




Iskul Bukol 20 Years After

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Vic Ungasis (Sotto) is an archaeologist who has recovered the Kali of Humabon and is looking for a partner sword, the Kampilan of Lapu-Lapu, plus the Peseta, one of Judas Iscariot's 30 pieces of silver which reportedly gives the bearer immortality. Upon returning home, he reunites with the Escalera brothers, who have become successful real-estate developers. However, a Yakuza who has acquired the Kampilan wants the Peseta so it could be merged with the sword for unmatched power.





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Mac, played by Dolphy, and Arthur, played by Vic Sotto. Mac moonlights as a chef and chief security for a resort owned by his best friend. He doesn’t have to work but his marital problems with his wife–portrayed by Carmi Martin– prompts him to seek refuge in his best friend’s resort to think things over.

In the meantime, his best friend was almost held up if not for Arthur’s heroic actions, saving him from the scalawags. Learning that he was jobless, Arthur was offered a job at his resort. Later he would find out he had been hired as an assistant security guard and Mac was his boss.

DOBOL TROBOL is a hilarious comedy. As both hit the bumpy road of their misadventures, the side-splitting companionship they’ve found might be what matters the most.





Katas

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Da Possessed

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Synopsis: The mother-reliant and weakling Ramon (Vhong Navarro) is forced to work as a landscape artist to pay off their family’s debt. In his work field, he meets the lovable femme fatal boss Anna (Solenn Heussaff), who he falls in love head over heels with. Working hard as he tries to impress, Ramon unknowingly digs the graveyard of three victims of injustice whose souls begin to haunt and possess Ramon’s body for vengeance; thus ruining his courtship and eventual relationship with Anna. Meanwhile, to prove the purest of his intentions, Ramon needs to stand up for Anna against her father Don Demetrio (Joey Marquez) who is a syndicate leader. But because of Ramon’s cowardice, this comes as a major challenge, on top of the disturbance brought by the three ghosts headed by Kemerut (John Lapus). As Ramon tries to solve the mystery behind these hauntings, he discovers that ghosts are trying to revenge against Don Demetrio. Ramon, in able to save himself from the possession was compelled to work with the ghosts who are seeking for justice. As Ramon struggles to fight for love and justice, he also learns the true meaning of courage which leads him into peacefully serving justice to the three ghosts and at the same time, save himself and Anna from the impending danger that Don Demetrio poses on them.

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Joey Marquez
John Lapus
Empoy Marquez
Smokey Manaloto
Matet de Leon
Beverly Salviejo
Joy Viado




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Ara Mina
Alice Dixson
Winnie Cordero

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Third Eye

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Carla Abellana
Ejay Falcon
Denise Laurel
Camille Prats
Alex Medina
Boots Anson Roa
Dimples Romana

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Lamat

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These four youths have traumatized Eliza forever, and she has yet to recover from that terrible event, which even now paralyzes her with fear... 

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Shanghai 
Muke Perez 
Clark Concepcion 
Yani Garcia

Directed by Cesar S.B. Abella

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Babae sa Bubungang Lata (Woman in a Tin Roof)

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Raymond Lee, a friend of mine, e-mailed news of the Good Harvest film festival to Jacob Wong, director of the Hongkong International Film Festival. The Good Harvest festival, staged by Mrs. Lily Monteverde, was a one-of-a-kind offer: any filmmaker, veteran or new, can propose a film project on any subject. The catch--you only had a 2.5 million peso budget (roughly US$62,500), and ten shooting days. Jacob’s comment: “it will take a filmmaker with more than talent to make anything even passable out of 2.5 million pesos.” After watching Babae Sa Bubungang Lata, Raymond went straight home and typed on his desktop: “funny you mentioned ‘a filmmaker with more than talent…’”
Babae Sa Bubungang Lata (Woman On A Tin Roof, 1998) isn’t about films so much as it is about the people who make them. Not the film directors or producers or stars (as in Frederico Fellini’s 8 1/2 or Francois Truffaut’s Day For Night), but the little people on the marginal fringe. It’s based on a play written by Agapito Joaquin back in the 70’s, a little chamber drama about an actor Maldo (Mike Magat) and his faithless wife, Toying (Aya Medel). O’Hara, in adapting the play to screen, has updated all the cinematic references, and changed the actor to a stuntman. He added Amapola, an aging actress (Anita Linda); Nitoy, a billboard painter (Frank Rivera); his stuntman lover, Eric (Renzo Ruiz) and all kinds of subsidiary characters and their stories. The result looks less like a chamber play and more like Ishmael Bernal’s Manila By Night, like Robert Altman’s Nashville, or Short Cuts: people and their stories weave in and out of each other’s lives, crossing, opposing, loving each other.

O’Hara plays the game of the many-peopled, multiple-story film with consummate skill; even more remarkable is the way he orchestrates each story to provide a different emotional color to his tapestry. Nitoy the billboard painter is quietly and hopelessly in love with Eric; he’s also a film fan, and in him O’Hara incarnates the lover of Filipino films--ever loyal, ever abused, ever martyred and nostalgic and ignored. Amapola the aging actress embodies Filipino cinema’s glamorous past; Maldo the stuntman and his wife Toying represent the industry’s present, with its endless scrabbling for jobs and money and food.

There are sharp comic scenes, like Maldo “auditioning” with his director in the privacy of the director’s van; sad scenes, like Amapola playing “Hindi Kita Malimot” (I Can’t Forget You) on the piano. There are scenes of sudden cruelty, as when Eric violently beats Nitoy; scenes of surpassing tenderness, as when Amapola’s son finally meets her after fifteen years.

It’s all done with deceptive ease; the film, as it progresses in its meandering but never less-than-fascinating way, accumulates power. O’Hara is a master of the understated drama, the narrating of daily life in a manner absolutely true to daily life. He does on screen what Hemingway was always trying to do on paper: keep the flame of his prose, like the flame of an alcohol burner, low, low, almost to the point of winking out, until it explodes.

O’Hara works in the neorealist tradition of Vittorio De Sica and Roberto Rossellini (a tradition Lino Brocka belonged to), but there’s also a touch of the baroque, of the gothic in him. He stages much of the drama inside the Manila North Cemetery, a vast landscape of tombs and crosses and silent, weeping angels, where most of his characters--so poor they can’t afford a house--live. Against monuments of famous Filipino presidents and statesmen we watch these people eke out a living; amidst edifices of stone and black marble we watch them struggle to survive. It’s a marvelous conceit, a brilliant coup de theatre.

There are endless other details to marvel at or admire: the way the melody of “Hindi Kita Malimot” is played again and again, with various instruments and with an almost infinite variety of feelings (recalling Altman’s deft, satiric use of a movie’s theme in The Long Goodbye). The way the painter’s relationship with his lover puts to shame every recent Filipino film depicting homosexuality, male or female--how the couple is shown with a refreshing lack of pleading or self-righteousness, how their drama is seamlessly integrated into the story’s fabric.

There are flaws (you can’t expect perfection in a US$60,000 production)--a few scenes out-of-focus, a certain amount of narrative confusion--but they are almost laughably unimportant. The clumsiness actually becomes part of the movie’s texture, its visual style--as if this sad, desperate picture were made by the same sad, desperate people the picture is about.

I talk of Altman, Bernal, Brocka, De Sica, Fellini, Hemingway, Rosellini, Truffaut--great artists all--but I do O’Hara a disservice; the picture stands perfectly well on its own. You feel, watching the film, that he has the unique ability to assume a Godlike view of his characters--apprehending them in their painfully frail, all-too-human entirety--and at the same time be down on earth next to them, taking their side, rooting for them, loving them intensely. It’s the source of greatness of all his very best works, from Bulaklak Sa City Jail (Flowers Of The City Jail) to Tatlong Taong Walang Diyos (Three Years Without God) to this film.

Made in about ten shooting days and for a fifth of the budget of an ordinary film, Babae Sa Bubungang Lata is an eloquent repudiation of every film that has ever cost over 10 million pesos (the normal budget for a Filipino production), with all their waste and bloat and arty pretentiousness. At the same time, it’s a sad farewell to the business O’Hara has worked and struggled in for over twenty years. “The industry is dying,” he seems to be telling us, a message we’ve heard before; but the rich ambivalence in his voice, the dark, deeply felt tones of anger and affection and regret make the message almost unbearably moving. You almost feel that the industry doesn’t deserve a tribute as lovely as this picture. It’s possibly the best Filipino film made in the past twelve years.


Director: Mario O'Hara

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Aya Medel ... Toying
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Anita Linda ... Amapola
Renzo Cruz ... Eric
Cita Astals
Allen Dizon
Edwin O'Hara
Randy Ramos
Frank Rivera ... Nitoy
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Starring:
Joyce Jimenez
Jay Manalo
Cherry Pie Picache
Angela Velez
Madeleine Nicolas
Luciano B. Carlos
Raphael Cruz

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Ito ang throwback movie ng taon, ang barkada movie ng taon, ang feel-good movie ng taon, ang everything movie ng taon! In Cinemas on February 19, 2013 

Starring: 
Jericho Rosales 
Andi Eigenmann 
Meg Imperial 
Vandolph 

Directed by: Mark Meily




Malikot na Agos

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Allona Amor
Allen Dizon
Fernando Montenegro
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