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  • Alagwa

    Alagwa

    Alagwa is a film inspired by an urban legend in Chinatown, Manila about the disappearance of a Chinese-Filipino boy. Robert Lim is a travelling salesman, and a single parent who struggles on finding means to support his son. Robert enrolls his son in a reputable Chinese school in Manila in his hope for a better future for his son. One fine weekend Robert goes to a shopping mall with his son. While wandering around the mall, his son suddenly disappears; […]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • The Promise

    The Promise

    Time, ambition, avarice and vengeance put young love to the test in this Filipino tearjerker directed by Mike Tuviera. Brought together by destiny but separated by a disapproving brother (Ryan Eigenmann), can Daniel (Richard Gutierrez) and Andrea (Angel Locsin) — childhood friends turned sweethearts — find their way back to each other, or is their romance doomed? T.J. Trinidad and Rhian Ramos also star.

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  • Magnifico

    Magnifico

    Edna (Lorna Tolentino) speaks for many when she says, “Life is a never-ending misery.” In Maryo J. delos Reyes’s modest but engaging tear-jerker, she has reason to complain. Edna’s 7-year-old daughter, Helen (Isabella De Leon), has cerebral palsy and requires as much care as an infant. Her teenage son (Danilo Barrios), who was going to lift the family out of poverty, has lost his scholarship. Her 9-year-old, Magnifico (Jiro Manio), doesn’t show much promise beyond being a really sweet boy. […]

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  • Pisay

    Pisay

    Amidst the chaos of Martial Law in this Third World country in the 1980s, six teenagers in the top high school for the sciences discover themselves as they go through the joys and pains of adolescence. They were the top two hundred students from all over the Philippines who passed the examination for the Philippine Science High School, which was created for the purpose of giving an education highly enriched in the Sciences to exceptionally gifted Filipino children. Selected from […]

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  • Lagalag: The Eddie Fernandez Story

    Lagalag: The Eddie Fernandez Story

    A popular DZRH radio program was upped for production and the young Fernandez was chosen to do the movie project. It was a break he needed for a long time. Lagalag was born. That was in 1964. The success of Lagalag prompted his home studio to do a series of sequels on the expliot of the famed spy agent Bakas ng Dragon (1964), Scorpio (1964), Hongkong 999 (1965). Somehow, Eddie’s sudden success got to his head and his hotheadedness and […]

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  • Ekstra

    Ekstra

    A socio-realist drama-comedy film, it follows a seemingly usual day in the life of Loida Malabanan (Vilma Santos) as she embarks on yet another shooting day of a soap opera as an extra. As the shoot goes on, we get a glimpse of the truth in the ruling system of the production as well as the exploitation of the marginalized laborers like her.

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  • Mayohan

    Mayohan

    In Infanta, Quezon, locals turn each of the 31 days of May into a charming honor to celebrate good harvest and to pay tribute to the virginal virtues of the Mayohan. Every month of May, a padasal or series of novenas commences to mark the beginning of Mayohan. A 15-year old young outsider becomes the focal point in the preparation that the Pasayaw demands. As this grieving young man comes of age and deals with the recent loss of both […]

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  • Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin

    Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin

    Lisa and Mike enjoys a happy marriage, a loving family, and a budding career in an advertising firm. Their union, however, is challenged when Lisa is promoted to the very position long coveted by Mike. Lisa tries as much as possible to accommodate the demands of both work and family, but her worries are aggravated by how her career boom eats Mike up.

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  • Filipinas

    Filipinas

    Filipinas tells the story of a family separated by rifts and conflicts. Florencia Filipinas, the matriarch, summons her children in an effort to unite the family once more. The plan backfired, unfortunately, for her children still holds resentment against each other. Past hurts and grievances then surface, a tense atmosphere of conflict hangs in the household. Things get worse when the matriarch’s health fails and she slips in a coma. Now, for the first time, the siblings become one in […]

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  • Bata Bata Paano Ka Ginawa?

    Bata Bata Paano Ka Ginawa?

    The novel began with an introductory chapter about the graduation day from kindergarten of Maya, Lea’s daughter. A program and a celebration were held. In the beginning, everything in Lea’s life was going smoothly – her life in connection with her children, with friends of the opposite gender, and with her volunteer work for a human rights organization. But Lea’s children were both growing-up – and Lea could see their gradual transformation. There were the changes in their ways and […]

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  • Aparisyon

    Aparisyon

    When bright-eyed novitiate Sister Lourdes (Jodi Sta. Maria) arrives at the convent of Adoration, tucked way up a forested mountain, she finds a dozen nuns living as a family protected from the world around them. Mother Superior (Fides Uyugan-Asensio) is strict but not a monster, the mature Sister Vera (Raquel Villavicencio) a little dour and forbidding, and the others are sweet-faced ladies who just want to follow the rules and pray. Nothing wrong with that, were it not for the […]

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  • Ang Katawan Ni Sofia

    Ang Katawan Ni Sofia

    Newlyweds Arnold (Aga Muhlach) and Sofia (Cristina Gonzales) are on their way to their honeymoon when they are assaulted by a gang of bikers. Sofia did not live to tell the tale, but the marks of abuse on her body are enough to surmise how much she suffered. Her death, however, marks the beginning of a series of bizarre murders where the victims happen to be members of the gang who attacked Sofia–and it perplexes both Arnold and the police […]

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  • Santa Santita

    Santa Santita

    Malen (Angelica Panganiban) is the daughter of Chayong (Hilda Koronel), a widowed intercessor at Quiapo Church in Manila. Selling religious charms as a way of meeting men, Malen falls for Mike (Jericho Rosales), a gigolo and hustler. Mike hustles both for his own survival and that of his son, but also because “he knows essentially he’s just strong enough and unscrupulous enough” to do so. After her mother takes umbrage at Malen’s assumed promiscuity, she moves out of Chayong’s house […]

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  • Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Labada Darling

    Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Labada Darling

    A story of a couple (a rich girl and a middle class boy) with five children whose otherwise happy and stable marriage is threatened by petty jealousies and other marital disturbances, prompting the wife (Dina), pregnant with their fifth child, to up and flee to her grandma in the province. The husband woos her back. Danica and Vittorio, last seen together in the movie “Buhay Misis” more than 10 years ago when they were newly-married.

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  • You And Me Against The World

    You And Me Against The World

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  • Pakners

    Pakners

    Two men from different backgrounds team up to win a billiards challenge in this underdog sports drama from the Philippines. Pakners stars real-life pool legend Efren “Bata” Reyes as a man who’s just been conned out of his savings when he meets up with a Jeepney driver (Philippine movie mogul Fernando Poe Jr.) who has a plan for how the two of them can find riches: billiards. Reyes’ character proves a natural at the sport, and the two work their […]

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  • RPG Metanoia

    RPG Metanoia

    RPG Metanoia is a 2010 Filipino 3D computer-animated adventure film produced by Ambient Media and Thaumatrope Animation and released through Star Cinema. It is the first full length Philippine animated film presented in 3D. It was an official entry at the 2010 Metro Manila Film Festival. It won the title for 3rd Best Picture, Best Sound Recording and Best Original Theme Song, as well as the Quezon City’s Special Citation given for being a Gender Sensitive Movie.

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  • Seduction

    Seduction

    Seduction is a 2013 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Peque Gallaga, starring Richard Gutierrez, Solenn Heussaff, and Sarah Lahbati. The film was produced by Regal Films and to be released January 30, 2013.

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