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  • Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story

    Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story

    Manila Kingpin is based on the story of the notorious Tondo, Manila, gang leader Nicasio “Asiong” Salonga, whose true-to-life accounts had been portrayed in several movie versions since 1961 (starring Joseph Estrada). It is also the first Filipino major film produced in black-and-white in the 21st century as well as the returning action genre movie.

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  • San Lazaro

    San Lazaro

    Sigfried (Ong), a random loser who has contented himself by learning useless skills from YouTube, is suddenly plucked from his uneventful existence by Limuel (Ramon Bautista), his previous classmate whom he has not communicated with since their school days, to bring Limuel’s brother (Nicco Manalo), who seems to be possessed by some sort of evil spirit, to his uncle (Allan Forte), a singing exorcist, in the faraway town of San Lazaro.

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  • The Road

    The Road

    The Road is about a 12 year-old cold case which is reopened when three teenagers are missing in an abandoned road. In the course of the investigation, deeper and gruesome stories of abduction and murders are discovered. After more than two decades, the secrets and mysteries of the road are finally revealed and the ghost lingering the dark and desolate pathway is out to make sure nobody leaves alive.

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  • My House Husband: Ikaw Na!

    My House Husband: Ikaw Na!

    The story revolves around a married couple, Mia (Judy Ann Santos) and Rod (Ryan Agoncillo) who had a bunch of problems and endless arguments since that Rod resigned from his job and made her wife to find another one and he will take charge household chores and taking care of their children. With Mia always away, Rod met their new neighbor named Aida (Eugene Domingo), hereupon and the two developed their friendship. Will Mia know this? If she did, how […]

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  • A Mother’s Story

    A Mother’s Story

    Medy (Pokwang), a make-up artist, was given the chance of a lifetime to accompany a concert star to the United States for a performance. She promised her family that she will return after a week. However, while in America, she stumbled upon a former classmate Helen (Beth Tamayo) who convinced her to stay for good in the land of milk and honey. She initially refused, but eventually gave in, when she got a call one night from her husband that […]

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  • Segunda Mano

    Segunda Mano

    As the film begins, we see Owen (Rico Blanco) and Mariella (Angelica Panganiban) are fighting in a car by a lake. It appears that Owen has left his wife to be with Mariella, and is angry that Mariella is not willing to make the same sacrifice. The fight turns violent, and Owen has hit Mariella through the car window. Mariella tries to escape from the car, and the scene cuts to flashback. We see Mariella telling her husband, Ivan (Dingdong […]

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  • Enteng Ng Ina Mo

    Enteng Ng Ina Mo

    Enteng Kabisote (Vic Sotto) wants to retire as the perennial hero of Engkantasya and have a normal life with his family without the magical elements. Ina Montecillo (Ai-Ai delas Alas) longs to have the right partner to be with her for the rest of her life. One day, Enteng is placed under a powerful evil spell by Engkantasya’s evil fairy Satana to fall in love with another woman. And when he meets Ina, he exerts all the effort Ina to […]

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  • Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

    Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

    Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow is a Filipino drama film directed by Jun Luna. The film stars Maricel Soriano, Gabby Concepcion, Agot Isidro, Jericho Rosales and several others.[1] It is an official entry for the 2011 Metro Manila Film Festival. It was released on 25 December 2011.

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  • Ang Panday 2

    Ang Panday 2

    Ang Panday 2 (English: The Blacksmith 2) is a 2011 Filipino action fantasy film. It is the sequel of Ang Panday (2009) and the second installment in the rebooted Panday film series. It is an official entry in the 2011 Metro Manila Film Festival. The film was directed by Mac Alejandre and stars Ramon “Bong” Revilla and Marian Rivera.

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  • Won’t Last A Day Without You

    Won’t Last A Day Without You

    Awarded radio personality George Harrison Apostol, known as DJ Heidee to her listeners(Sarah Geronimo), provides love advice to people who are having problems in their relationships. DJ Heidee receives a call from a girl named Melissa (Megan Young) who is asking advice on how to break up with her boyfriend Andrew (Gerald Anderson). Unfortunately, Andrew is listening to the same program and hears Heidee telling Melissa how they should break up. Andrew blames Heidee for what happened and even threatens […]

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  • No Other Woman

    No Other Woman

    Anne Curtis is excited about her latest film No Other Woman, which also stars Derek Ramsay and Cristine Reyes, because she gets to showcase her mettle as an actress. “I think this is really the last adult film from Star Cinema for this year,” explained Anne. “It’s a mature love story affair so I’m excited kasi puro mga rom-com (romantic-comedy) ang mga napapanood natin [so] for a change it’s something with depth.”

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  • Aswang

    Aswang

    Aswang is a Filipino mythological creature most similar to the Western vampires. For years now, this popular folklore in the Philippines had stories which has been adapted into the screen countless times. But among the Aswang movies that I have watched only few had me astounded while others, I have forgotten. Although hyped as the remake of the Pegue Gallaga film”Aswang” which starred Alma Moreno, the 2011 film Aswang seemed like original nevertheless still followed the first half of the […]

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  • My Neighbor’s Wife

    My Neighbor’s Wife

    Aaron and Giselle are an ambitious couple, but their hard work isn’t enough to provide for the comfortable life they desire. The marriage of their well-to-do bosom buddies, Bullet and Jasmine, also goes from bliss to bleak. Their situation heads further south when Bullet ends up in bed with a distraught and inebriated Giselle! Many confrontations later, Jasmine is seen sharing late-night trysts with Aaron while their repentant spouses patiently wait for them at home! With friends like these, who […]

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  • Praybeyt Benjamin

    Praybeyt Benjamin

    Praybeyt Benjamin or Private Benjamin (aka The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin) is an upcoming 2011 Filipino comedy film to be released on October 26, 2011 produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films starring Vice Ganda with the title-role. In this movie Vice plays the role of Benjamin Santos whose family has a long tradition of serving in the military. In fact, the movie’s stunning opening traces the roots of the Santos’ military service, from the days of Lapu-lapu and the Katipunan, […]

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  • Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi

    Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi

    Star Cinema and Octo Arts Films bring together Uge and Toni in their latest film offering, Wedding Tayo Wedding Hindi. Toni and Uge play close cousins in this movie. One is trying to end her marriage and the other trying to get married. Together they will discover and rediscover the most important lessons on staying married and getting married. Tipong excited bride and exhausted wife ang drama ng dalawa.

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  • Way Back Home

    Way Back Home

    Jessica Santiago (Julia Montes) & Ana Bartolome (Kathryn Bernardo) are two sisters who have lived in separate lives for 12 long years. Jessie, though an excellent student, has grown to feel sorrow of Ana’s lost while Ana, not knowing that she’s an orphan, grew up in a far-flung fishing village. When they meet in a swimming competition, the Santiagos exert effort to bring Ana back. But when Ana returns home, Jessie feels more abandoned & lovelorn. With their relationship turning […]

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  • Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington

    Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington

    From award-winning filmmakers Michiko Yamamoto (writer of the excellent tearjerker Magnifico), Jade Castro (director of the charming love story Endo), and Raymond Lee (writer of box-office gems Anak, Milan and In My Life, and producer of Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros), comes a one-of-a-kind thriller/comedy/coming-of-age story about a curse, gay zombies, and a boy’s journey into gayhood and back—while being chased by a pink pashmina and a congregation of dead Diano Ross lookalikes.

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  • Tween Academy: Class of 2012

    Tween Academy: Class of 2012

    The story revolves around 3 best of friends. Kara, the cosplayer and online retailer. George the boyish football wannabe, Enzo, the Mr. Fix-It. With constant bullying from fellow classmates, they all set out to become popular in their school. In trying to do so, conflicts will rise as romance bloom between some of the Tweens.

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  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Tagalog)

    Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Tagalog)

    The story is centered on an average, plain-looking and dark-skinned school girl named P’Nam (Baifern Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul) who is secretly in love with an older Grade 10 boy named P’Shone (Mario Maurer). P’Shone (or Chone, as spelled in his photo exhibit early in the film), a new student, is a rumored troublemaker and a photography enthusiast. He quickly becomes popular in school because of his good looks and skills at football. However, he refuses to join the school’s football team […]

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  • My Valentine Girls

    My Valentine Girls

    The story of the movie My Valentine Girls is quite simple. Richard is a novelist who wants to write the perfect love story. The movie will then tell the trilogy of stories. “Soulmates” This episode takes the title literally and tells of a relationship between a girl and a ghost. Richard Gutierrez and Rhian Ramos will be involved in a vehicular accident which will lead to Richard’s death. But he will appear to Rhian as a ghost ask her to […]

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  • Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank

    Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank

    Ang Babae sa Septic Tank chronicles a day in the life of three ambitious, passionate but misguided filmmakers as they set out to do a quick pre-prod at Starbucks, a courtesy call to their lead actress, Eugene Domingo, and an ocular inspection of their film’s major location, the Payatas dumpsite. Director Rainier, Producer Bingbong and Production Assistant Jocelyn are well-to-do, well-educated film school graduates who are dead set on making an Oscar worthy film. They believe they have a winning […]

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