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  • Instant Mommy

    Instant Mommy

    Instant Mommy follows the story of Bechayda (Eugene Domingo, a two-months-pregnant wardrobe assistant for TV commercial production. In the fear of losing her Japanese lover, Kaoru (Yuki Matsuzaki) and her dreams of a better life, she embarks on a plan that will get herself out of her predicament. Or so she thinks.

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  • Balasubas

    Balasubas

    Brando (Ace Espinosa) has made up his mind to rob Teresa (Maricel Morales). But something happens, and he ends up saving her from being kidnapped. Because of that, Don Pepito, Teresa’s father, asks him to be his daughter’s body guard. Brando accepts the offer considering that the old man paid for his mother’s hospital bills. Unfortunately, Brando’s mother succumbs to illness despite the surgery, and in a short time, Don Pepito also dies. To top it all, Teresa gets abducted […]

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  • Baby Love

    Baby Love

    Andie (Anna Larrucea) and Ira (Jason Salcedo) thought that they are deeply in love and ready to face the world. They attempt to get married and build a life of their own. Their parents are shocked by their children’s behaviour until they realize their failure led the kids to run away from their boarding school.

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  • Boxing: Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley 2: Replay

    Boxing: Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley 2: Replay

    Boxing: Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley 2: The Rematch (Live Stream) id=”12569″; ew=”580″; eh=”450″; The post Boxing: Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley 2: The Rematch (Live Stream) appeared first on Pinoy TV Episodes .

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  • Sa Ngalan Ng Ama, Ina At Mga Anak

    Sa Ngalan Ng Ama, Ina At Mga Anak

    “Sa Ngalan Ng Ama, Ina, At Mga Anak” is a period film set in the turbulent 70s. It is loosely based on the real-life story of Ongkoy (played by Robin) who was once the leader of the infamous anti-vigilante group “Kuratong Baleleng” that gained notoriety in Ozamiz City during the 70s. The film aims to address the truth and lies that shrouded the “Kuratong Baleleng.” The movie valiantly proves that love of family and for country will always prevail despite […]

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  • ABNKKBSNPLAko?!

    ABNKKBSNPLAko?!

    A B N K K B S N P L A Ko?! is a hilarious chronological journey to our past lives as darn kids-students who saw life as a playground and not a battle arena, and who lived their lives day by day, one at a time. It is a fragile force that captivates the “child” within us, snowballing our own distant memories into a similar, candidly crafted biographical unfolding.

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  • Starting Over Again (Clear)

    Starting Over Again (Clear)

    Starting Over Again is a manipulative piece that capitalizes on the roller-coaster ride of emotions it brings to its willing audience. It actually works for its intentions with its strong lines and commercial flair. In its own terms, it finds a decent way of presenting a relatable resolution without resorting to the usual fairy-tale ending. However, it features an uneven mix of sincere and machinating elements that mar its storytelling with some annoying and pretentious moments.

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  • Bride For Rent (Clear)

    Bride For Rent (Clear)

    On the eve of his 25th birthday, the day he’s set to receive money from his trust fund, Rocco (Xian Lim) parties, gets drunk and loses all his money on a poker match. His dilemma: He has to produce the amount, otherwise he will lose the client he needs to defeat his father’s TV commercial production company. Meanwhile, Rocky (Kim Chiu) also needs money to pay the rent, otherwise her family will be homeless. Rocky agrees to act as Rocco’s […]

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  • Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy (Clear)

    Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy (Clear)

    It tells the story of quadruplet siblings played by Vice Ganda which the girl and the boy grew in the custody of their rich father while the “bakla” (Mark) and “tomboy” (Panying) grew in their poor mother. But destiny makes a way to make their paths cross in an unexpected way. Two of them meet in the mall (The Girl, (Girlie) and the Gay, (Mark), wherein one of them was arrested after being mistaken as the one who shoplifted an […]

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  • Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay (Clear)

    Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay (Clear)

    The concept of the movie is based on a Filipino superstitious belief that one should never go home directly after visiting a wake since it risks bringing evil spirits to one’s home. One should first shake off (in Filipino, pagpag) whatever curse there may be to avoid being trailed by the soul of the dead.

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  • Third Eye

    Third Eye

    Third Eye is a Filipino Movie that revolves around the story of Mylene Trinidad (Carla Abellana), an ophthalmologist whose ability to see ghosts when she was a child brought her so much trauma. Mylene’s grandmother closed her third eye to protect her but left her with a warning that it will open again one day when she is most vulnerable. Now married without a child to Jimmy (Ejay Falcon), Mylene suspects that her husband is having an affair. To finally […]

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  • My Little Bossings

    My Little Bossings

    Torky (Vic Sotto) is a bookkeeper working for Baba (Kris Aquino) a millionaire cash management specialist. Because of some conflict in her business that puts her life in danger, Baba entrusts the safety of her son Justin (Bimby Aquino-Yap) to Torky who takes him home to meet his daughter Ice (Aiza Seguerra) and Ching (Ryzza Mae Dizon) the street urchin that the latter took under her wing. Given that Justin is not particularly fond of Torky, how all four of […]

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  • Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel

    Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel

    Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel is a 2013 Filipino comedy action film directed by Chris Martinez, starring Eugene Domingo and Sam Milby. It is the prequel and the final installment of the Kimmy Dora film series. The film is one of the official entries of the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival that will be distributed by Spring Films with co-production of MJM Productions and Quantum Films that is to be released in theaters on Christmas Day.

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  • Boy Golden

    Boy Golden

    “Boy Golden: The Arturo Porcuna Story” is an official entry to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival – promises an action-packed thriller reminiscent of well-beloved Filipino action classics – stars ER Ejercito for the titular role. Also in the cast are Eddie Garcia, John Estrada, Tonton Gutierrez, Joem Bascon and KC Concepcion as ER’s leading lady. Directed by Chito Rono, “Boy Golden: The Arturo Porcuna Story” is set to open in theaters nationwide on December 25, 2013.

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  • Pedro Calungsod Batang Martir

    Pedro Calungsod Batang Martir

    Pedro Calungsod, a young Filipino man, leaves his Visayan native roots to join the Spanish Jesuit priest Fr. Diego de San Vitores in his mission to the Marianas Islands (Guam) in 1668. The San Diego Mission arrives in the Marianas where the young Pedro, a trained catechist and mission assistant, begins work for Fr. Diego de San Vitores in baptizing the Chamorro natives, preaching the holy gospel and spreading the good news of salvation through the Christian faith amidst paganism, […]

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  • 10,000 Hours

    10,000 Hours

    10,000 Hours is a Filipino Movie full of action, drama, and thriller all combined into one big Pinoy Film in celebration of the Holiday Seasons and an Official Entry to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival. 10,000 Hours Movie Robin Padilla is all about the story of a Filipino Man (Robin Padilla) – A Man Of Dignity, A Man Of Courage, A Man Of Truth. He was framed for a crime he did not commit only to shut him up. […]

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  • When The Love Is Gone

    When The Love Is Gone

    When the Love Is Gone is a 2013 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Andoy Ranay, with Cristine Reyes, Gabby Concepcion, Alice Dixson, Andi Eigenmann, and Jake Cuenca. The film is distributed by Viva Films with co-production of Multivision Pictures and was released November 27, 2013 nationwide as part of Viva Films’ 32nd anniversary.

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  • She’s The One

    She’s The One

    Dingdong as Wacky, a morning show host and serial dater who unwittingly pushes his best friend into a complicated romantic situation just to save his TV career. Bea plays Cath Aguinaldo, a woman who has always prioritized her family over her own sake. She catches the attention of Enrique Gil’s character when he sees her changing a tire in the middle of a heavy downpour. Also in the cast are Enrique Gil, Liza Soberano, under the direction of Mae Cruz […]

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  • Call Center Girl

    Call Center Girl

    Call Center Girl is a story about Teresa “Terry” Manlapat (Pokwang), an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who had been away from her family for 13 years, to help support their needs by working in a cruise ship. She comes back, only to find out that her husband just passed away. She is also faced with the problem of reuniting with her children, who had been terribly affected by the absence of a mother for many years. To re-establish her life […]

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  • Status: It’s Complicated

    Status: It’s Complicated

    Status: It’s Complicated is a 2013 Filipino comedy film directed by Chris Martinez, starring Jake Cuenca, Maja Salvador, Paulo Avelino, Solenn Heussaff, and Eugene Domingo. The film is distributed by Regal Films, and was showned in theaters November 6, 2013 nationwide.

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  • Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo?

    Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo?

    Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? is a 2013 Filipino film adaptation of Ramon Bautista’s novel of the same title. The romantic comedy film is produced by Star Cinema and is part of its 20th Anniversary presentation. It tells the story of a brainy ugly duckling girl and on how she turns into someone who’s worth loving. It is the first movie team up of Kim Chiu and Xian Lim and is directed by Joyce Bernal.

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