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  • Ang Huling Henya

    Ang Huling Henya

    Ang Huling Henya is a 2013 Filipino drama-comedy movie starring Rufa Mae Quinto, Candy Pangilinan, Edgar Allan Guzman, Ricci Chan, and Ayen Laurel. This pinoy film is directed by Marlon N. Rivera under Viva Films and MVP Pictures. The director of this film also directed the critical and commercial hit, “Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank”.

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  • La Visa Loca

    La Visa Loca

    Jess Huson (Robin Padilla) is a Filipino taxi driver who dreamed of obtaining a visa to be able to go to the USA. Jess meets his ex-girlfriend (Rufa Mae Quinto) and her young son Jason (Kurt Perez) who might actually be his. However, his visa application was denied. Jess’s aging but randy diabetic father (Johnny Delgado) spends his days watching TV. One day, the famous TV host Nigel Adams came to the Philippines and Jess becomes his guide. He learns […]

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  • Pagdating ng Panahon

    Pagdating ng Panahon

    Lynette is a conservative and religious lady who leads a boring life selling native delicacies in Laguna. She comes from a family of old maids. So when she gets a marriage proposal from Manuel, whose family is known to be a brood of chauvinists, she was estactic. Upon learning this news, Manuel’s family was not exactly happy. But after Lynette figures in an accident, she starts to have a different outlook making her more confident prompting her to live a […]

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  • Desperadas

    Desperadas

    Four half-sisters face a variety of challenges as they struggle through their lives in this charming comic drama from the Philippines. Single mother Isabella (Ruffa Gutierrez) has difficulty committing to a relationship; sex expert Patricia (Rufa Mae Quinto) is surprised by her husband’s secret; attorney Stephanie (Iza Calzado) tries to make her marriage work; and Courtney (Marian Rivera) has difficulty with her fiancé’s born-again Christianity.

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  • Status Single

    Status Single

    Beautiful Teodora “Doris” Mesina (Rufa Mae Quinto) overflows with frustration as she faces being 30, single and a virgin. After her longtime boyfriend dumps her, Doris vows not to end up like her spinster aunt and goes on a manhunt. Aided by her charismatic friend Randy (Paolo Contis), Doris hurls herself into the dating world and must choose between three men. Will Doris accept one of her dashing new suitors or remain fabulously single?

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  • Mano Po 4: Ako Legal Wife

    Mano Po 4: Ako Legal Wife

    When Chona Chong (Zsa Zsa Padilla) learns that her wealthy husband Elton (Jay Manalo) is having an affair with two younger women (Cherry Pie Picache and Rufa Mae Quinto) — and has even fathered a child with one of them — her once-perfect life lies in ruins. Numbing the pain with Botox, liposuction and breast implants works well enough, at first. But then her only son (John Prats) drops another bomb: He thinks he might be gay.

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  • I.T.A.L.Y.

    I.T.A.L.Y.

    Destiny. Is it beyond our control? Or do we make our own? These questions and other musings about the past and the future set the tone as we sail into the year’s most anticipated film about love and life. Six people are brought together on a seven-day cruise that will change their lives forever: A hopeless romantic (Jolina Magdangal) searches for the right man for her, while dreaming of becoming a singer. A successful businessman (Dennis Trillo) searches for the […]

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  • Captain Barbell

    Captain Barbell

    A magic barbell transforms mild-mannered Enteng (Ogie Alcasid) into superhero Captain Barbell (Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr.) in this adventure based on Mars Ravelo’s colorful comics. Barbell has his work cut out for him as he tries to save the world from a host of evildoers –including icy villainess Freezy (Rufa Mae Quinto) and the fire-eating Lagablab (Albert Martinez) — but somehow finds time to romance his dream girl, Cielo (Regine Velasquez).

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  • Apat Dapat Dapat Apat

    Apat Dapat Dapat Apat

    After surviving a near-fatal bus accident, four women vow to stay friends forever. When one of them, Res (Candy Pangilinan), is killed by her Hong Kong employer, the other women take her body back to the Philippines and pretend she’s still alive. After all, if Res’s husband were to find out that his wife was dead, there’s no telling what he might do. Rufa Mae Quinto, Eugene Domingo and Pokwang also star in this Filipino comedy.

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