Pinoy Movie Blog http://pinoymovie.blog All the latest! Sun, 05 Nov 2017 15:45:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 128323414 Davao Ngilngig Films 2017 Winners http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/11/davao-ngilngig-films-2017-winners/ http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/11/davao-ngilngig-films-2017-winners/#respond Sun, 05 Nov 2017 15:35:37 +0000 http://pinoymovie.blog/?p=8681 The first genre film festival in the country, Davao Ngilngig Films, which features the strange, fantastic and the macabre has finally come to an end. The festival had its run at SM Lanang Premier and Cinematheque Davao from Oct. 27 to Oct. 31, 2017. The festival was opened by the Cebuano horror film “Lily” which […]

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The first genre film festival in the country, Davao Ngilngig Films, which features the strange, fantastic and the macabre has finally come to an end. The festival had its run at SM Lanang Premier and Cinematheque Davao from Oct. 27 to Oct. 31, 2017. The festival was opened by the Cebuano horror film “Lily” which stars Shaina Magdayao and Rocky Salumbides.

For three days the event kept on with the theatrical runs of Ngilngig short film submissions from all over the country. Davao Ngilngig Films 2017 was divided into three sections this year; Tales from Davao which featured davao-made horror films, Tales from the Region which featured submissions from other regions and Tales from the Camp showcasing the film outputs from the Ngilngig Film Camp last June.

A special screening of the Vietnamese splatter film “KFC” also became the highlight of the festival. And finally the festival closed with the found footage horror “SALVAGE” which stars Jessie Mendiola and JC De Vera. Present during the festival are the Jury Teng Mangansakan (Forbidden Memory), Keith Deligero (Lily) and Jarrel Serencio (Mga bitoon sa Siyudad) with special guest filmmakers Sherad Anthony Sanchez (Salvage) and Vietnamese Director Le Binh Giang (KFC).

 

Davao Ngilngig Films is organized by Pasalidahay spearheaded by Davao Ngilngig Festival Director Bagane Fiola (Baboy Halas).

Here’s the list of winners!

AGUUS AWARD
Balbal (The Body Snatcher)
by Joseph Malabar

BEST ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTION
Experimental Forest
by Angelica Gamolo

BEST PERFORMANCE
Gabby Padilla, Actress
Sin-o Ang Tiktik

BEST NGILNGIG FROM THE REGION
Ang Ikaduhang Pagbalik (The Second Coming)
by Jeffrie Po

SPECIAL MENTION
Meow
by Breech Asher Harani

BEST WORKSHOP FILM
Balbal (The Body Snatcher)
by Joseph Malabar

JURY PRIZE
Sin-o Ang Tiktik?
by TM Malones

BEST NGILNGIG FILM
Ang Ikaduhang Pagbalik (The Second Coming)
by Jeffrie Po

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pasalidahay Unveils Official Line-up of 2017 Ngilngig Films http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/10/pasalidahay-unveils-official-line-2017-ngilngig-films/ Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:01:45 +0000 http://pinoymovie.blog/?p=8665 Pasaladihay, the organizer of this year’s Davao Ngilngig Film Festival has officially unveiled the official Ngilngig Films of 2017. The festival has three main sections:  Tales from Davao, Tales from the Regions and Tales from the Camp. Check out the full list below. The Davao Ngilngig Films festival, organized by Pasalidahay, which is presented by Malagos […]

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Pasaladihay, the organizer of this year’s Davao Ngilngig Film Festival has officially unveiled the official Ngilngig Films of 2017. The festival has three main sections:  Tales from Davao, Tales from the Regions and Tales from the Camp. Check out the full list below.

BAHIN by Jomar M. Ebus

BWESITA by Louis Usaraga & Melchor Cabangbang

DALINGSIL by Jamillah Natividad

DISIPLINA by Rod Marc Abrina

MEOW by Breech Asher Harani

TAGUAN by Earle Galindo

TAKBO by Rikki Torres

TAMBAG by Alecs Mari Ballarta

A BIRTHDAY TREAT by Amaya Han, Cebu

CHONG-AS by Rojie Somera & Jette Palicas, Kalinga

ELMO by Andrian Rey B. Manapil, Bukidnon

EXPERIMENTAL FOREST by Angelica Gamolo, Cebu

PARA SA MGA NI BIYA by Mac Kianro & Maki Calo, Cagayan de Oro City

PEÑARANCIA by Gab Mesina, Manila

SIN-O ANG TIKTIK by TM Malones, Ilo-ilo

ANG IKADUHANG PAGBALIK by Jeffrie Po, Cagayan de Oro City

LAPPAW by Lovely Jan M. Cadauan, Echague, Isabella

LUBONG by Marvin Gabas, Manila

MORU by Edmund Telmo, Ozamiz City

OYAYI by Darryl Yap, Zambalez

TAMIAW by Robert Christian Diaz, Valenzuela

ANG PAG-ABOT Lumpia Productions

BALBAL Mayora Films

PANABI Limbo Productions

UROM 1001 Productions

The Davao Ngilngig Films festival, organized by Pasalidahay, which is presented by Malagos Garden
Resort, and supported by Alpha Phi Omega, Cinema One Originals, Creative Ideas Prints and Ads
Corporation, Davao Bloggers Society, JCI Kadayawan, Morning Light Art Gallery & Shop, Mindanao
Times, and Mindanao Travel Channel as Minor Sponsors, will run from October 27 to 31, 2017.

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Kita Kita Movie Review – A Decade’s Best! http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/07/kita-kita-movie-review/ http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/07/kita-kita-movie-review/#comments Fri, 21 Jul 2017 16:04:20 +0000 http://pinoymovie.blog/?p=8622 Philippine cinema has been plagued by romantic comedies for more than a decade. Over the years, romantic comedy or “romcom” has become the most celebrated genre of the movie-going Filipinos and of course its producers. As we enter the second half of 2017, we have another Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz romantic comedy entitled […]

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Philippine cinema has been plagued by romantic comedies for more than a decade. Over the years, romantic comedy or “romcom” has become the most celebrated genre of the movie-going Filipinos and of course its producers. As we enter the second half of 2017, we have another Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz romantic comedy entitled “Finally Found Someone”. This is the 4th pairing of the Philippines’ most sought after love team after their romcom trilogy ended in 2013.

This only proves that until today the demand for romantic comedies is still on a high. But as the saying goes, too much of anything is bad. In this case, too much of romcoms – two decade tops – is a severe case of diabetes. I mean by now we already know the formula and the genre’s staples even sometimes to a fault. We easily succumb to our familiarity of the genre. Not only in the filmmaking process, but also on how they are being sold.

That said, it is so refreshing to see this dark horse of a film called “Kita Kita” in the romantic comedy landscape of Philippine cinema. I mean, they could have just retitled the film “Two Less Lonely People in the World” and it’s gonna be fine. NO. *winks at Star Cinema* It betrays staples in most aspects of the genre. From the unconventional pair-up of Alessandra De Rossi and Empoy Marquez, the K-drama vibe, that Wong Kar Wai’s stutter-step effect and to the Japanese-inspired narrations and cinematography, the film borrows in style and it pays off.

 

 

 

You see, Kita Kita is far from being a perfect movie. Its most striking blunder actually comes from the tropes of Korean and Japanese cinema. Unfortunately, Kita Kita falls for this tragedy. Whether it was a deliberate move or not, given the ‘unconventional tone’, I think that one big cliché could have been reworked. I don’t think that could be avoided though as it’s too big and too crucial for the story.

 

Thankfully, Kita Kita works because of its charm and structure. The film plays with time and perspective to a good amount of laughs and emotions you hope for. Alessandra De Rossi displays maturity, innocence, and finesse for her role, Lea, a tourist guide in Japan placed in shambles by heartbreak and temporary blindness. Empoy Marquez is the funny but plain-looking Tonyo who has so much charisma you can see past his creepy stalker vibe. To the film’s merit, it mascots this odd behavior with self-awareness and a banana. Together, the two leads carry the movie with their respective charms making you see past the film’s missteps and flair for melodrama.

The film is actually skillfully directed. It employs simple storytelling and a list-making element that makes the film whole. In the end, I felt this poetic resonance and conflicting levels of emotions that only something so familiar could do. Before it departs as too East-Asian, I have to say Kita Kita has a Filipino heart that is too big to ignore. Kita Kita is easily a year if not a decades’ best for a romantic comedy movie.

 

P.S.

You might want to prepare a box of Kleenex! Or a can of Sapporo.

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Bliss Movie Review – A Cerebral Candy! http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/05/bliss-movie-review/ Sun, 07 May 2017 22:28:18 +0000 http://pinoymovie.blog/?p=8598 Jerrold Tarog’s latest opus, Bliss, draws a handful of inspirations and influences from foreign genre films. At times it feels like a love letter to Hitchcock and Stephen King while it relentlessly spins Millennium Actress during the other times. But however foreign it may seem, Tarog has mastered a certain discipline that is his own. […]

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Jerrold Tarog’s latest opus, Bliss, draws a handful of inspirations and influences from foreign genre films. At times it feels like a love letter to Hitchcock and Stephen King while it relentlessly spins Millennium Actress during the other times. But however foreign it may seem, Tarog has mastered a certain discipline that is his own. I mean, if you sit on a project as the writer, director, editor and musical scorer, who wouldn’t develop one right?

More than those influences I mentioned and the references you’ll catch, I think Tarog’s Carpool and Sana Dati have already laid the groundwork for Bliss. It’s the play on the form and structure of the film that makes it work. There’s also the nerve-racking tension that makes it more mental with each turn.

The story often requires patience when the movie or the dream or the flashback or the movie within the movie hits repeat. Confused? Well, you gotta know what you’ll be in for. The movie challenges its audience to see past its unsettling visuals and get completely immersed in the mind-numbing repetitions. I think Jerrold Tarog is a masochist for going through Bliss.

It’s almost hard not to feel for the beaten down Jane Ciego brilliantly played by Iza Calzado. She delivers an aching performance with just the right amount of subtlety, confusion and pain. The supporting cast also delivers their best, but Adrienne Vergara’s deranged nurse named Rose/Lilibeth was a standout. She just steals every scene she’s in with this incredible weight it actually challenges Calzado’s Jane to do more.

Director Jerrold Tarog also tackles the abuses in the entertainment industry. It’s probably the most interesting element of Bliss and I felt a little sad it was later abandoned. It did resonate though (for me at least). The most striking aspect of the movie is that despite it being tightly pieced together, it never forgets when to breathe. It just takes you to these degrees of confusion and modest tension until you’re one with the rhythm or you have totally given up trying to outsmart the film.

Fortunately, there’s a good pay off in the end. If there’s anything I got from the movie, it’s that sometimes we just fall as victims (of the world) and there’s almost no way around it. Whether it’s in your dreams or in reality we are all victims of something. As powerful as that may sound, it is a bit frustrating that they didn’t realize the movie can actually serve justice for its characters. I know it’s a stretch, but I honestly think it wouldn’t hurt the film. I guess it was too invested in Jane’s plight, but rightly so.

Nevertheless, the film is worth watching for its skillful execution and unsettling depiction of broken people. In the end, Bliss is a cerebral candy that pays homage to its inspirations and offers a unique experience to those who would like a piece of tasteful hemorrhage.

*cue music* Jastafraz’s Chechebureche – Wag Na Sana ‘kong Gumising Mag-Isa

Bliss opens in cinemas on May 10, 2017.

P.S.

You’re probably wondering why I didn’t say anything about the X-Rating that Bliss has garnered via MTRCB. Well, that’s because at R18 and Uncut, I think it’s your right (as adults) to experience the dark, mature and violent themes that Bliss has to offer. It’s just something I believe you shouldn’t be talking about (or get much attention) because even in life they’re actually pretty real. I mean, at least if I you grew up like me, eating supper and watching dead bodies on TV Patrol. lol

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We are Back! http://pinoymovie.blog/2017/05/we-are-back/ Sun, 07 May 2017 21:37:33 +0000 http://pinoymovie.blog/?p=8595 Hi readers! After 4 years on hiatus we are officially back to deliver all the latest news and reviews. It’s quite overwhelming to finally have everything back. Actually, there’s still a lot of things to do and you might see some errors around the blog. In case you’re wondering why we suddenly disappeared about 4 years […]

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Hi readers! After 4 years on hiatus we are officially back to deliver all the latest news and reviews. It’s quite overwhelming to finally have everything back. Actually, there’s still a lot of things to do and you might see some errors around the blog.

In case you’re wondering why we suddenly disappeared about 4 years ago, it’s actually because I went to College. Looking back, I’ve had no regrets going on a hiatus but after all the taxing processes that I went through to get this blog up and running (again) I kinda wished I didn’t have to quit on Pinoy Movie Blog.

I mean so much have changed and I could have been your no. 1 source for everything movies but I’m sure I’ll get there. Somehow. Haha. Anyway, no time to get senti and all, I’m just glad we are finally back!

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Sarah Geronimo Shares First On-Screen Kiss With John Lloyd Cruz http://pinoymovie.blog/2013/03/sarah-geronimo-and-john-lloyd-cruz-kissing-scene/ Sun, 31 Mar 2013 03:13:18 +0000 http://pinoymovieblog.com/?p=8351 Never been kissed! We just got our hands to a leaked screen capture of Sarah Geronimo’s first on-screen smooch with John Lloyd Cruz, on what looks like – SPOILER ALERT – a wedding scene or may be a ‘dream wedding sequence’ in movie It Takes A Man and A Woman. Ever since the first movie […]

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Never been kissed! We just got our hands to a leaked screen capture of Sarah Geronimo’s first on-screen smooch with John Lloyd Cruz, on what looks like – SPOILER ALERT – a wedding scene or may be a ‘dream wedding sequence’ in movie It Takes A Man and A Woman. Ever since the first movie of Sarah and John Lloyd, everyone entertained the thought that the two would do a kissing scene but two movies have passed, including Sarah’s movies with Gerald Anderson and nothing happened.

Well, the characters of Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro actually had a kissing scene in You Changed My Life but it was faked. It was as fake as the kissing scenes Sarah did with Gerald Anderson on the films ”Catch Me I’m in Love” and “Won’t Last A Day Without You“. But then, that’s not what everyone wants to see anyway.

What everyone wants and what would make everyone very happy is to see Sarah Geronimo finally do a kissing scene with one of her leading men. Why? Why, because it is so not her! And we have long dreamed of that moment and after 5 years, she finally did!

Sarah Geronimo shares her first online kiss. Here it is!

SPOILER ALERT

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In a news report about Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz’ third movie, Sarah expressed that she is somewhat ready to do a kissing scene on screen, although she still has apprehensions.

“Half of my heart ready na at half of my heart hindi pa. Parang hindi ko pa makita ang sarili ko na nakikita ng buong tao na nakikipag-kiss ako. Pero naniniwala ako sa galing ng direktor namin,” Geronimo said, referring to director Cathy Garcia-Molina.

She also said that even if she feels ready, she still needs to consult with her parents and her manager if it’s about the right time to do it. Apparently, everything went accordingly and this ‘event’ ultimately makes us wanna go and watch It Takes A Man and A Woman even more!

Are you happy that Sarah Geronimo finally shared her first on-screen kiss? We can’t wait to hear from Sarah Geronimo about this kiss.

Image Credits to The Scoop Box.

Source: The Scoop Box

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Viva Films Readies for Coming Soon Movie http://pinoymovie.blog/2013/03/coming-soon-movie/ Fri, 29 Mar 2013 17:17:15 +0000 http://pinoymovieblog.com/?p=8333 Fearless Productions, Inc., Brownsugar Entertainment, Viva Films readies for their upcoming movie entitled ‘Coming Soon’. A film about six friends from different social classes joined together by a common interest. . .a happy life! Andi Eigenmann topbills this movie as a rebellious daughter of a socialite. While Boy2 Quizon takes the shoes of the most […]

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Fearless Productions, Inc., Brownsugar Entertainment, Viva Films readies for their upcoming movie entitled ‘Coming Soon’. A film about six friends from different social classes joined together by a common interest. . .a happy life! Andi Eigenmann topbills this movie as a rebellious daughter of a socialite. While Boy2 Quizon takes the shoes of the most unlikely leader of the group yet actually steps up to be the leader. His name is Sikyu and he’s probably the only leader who doesn’t have any plans in life. At least that’s how his character was written.

Dominic Roco (Ang Nawawala) has been cast as the stereotypical hopeless romantic computer geek, Darwin, who from the trailer actually delivers with his apt facial expressions. Glaiza De Castro plays Sab, the serious and probably the most systematic type. Newcomer Cholo Barretto got the name of Nacho, a good company who seems to like odd things in life. And finally, Carla Humpries is back as a starlet who just wants to get applauded and nothing more.

With their differences, what could it possibly be that made them friends? And what the hell does apocalypse have to do in this film? What does the title ‘Coming Soon’ even imply? Will this finally be the ultimate pinoy barkada movie after ‘Bagets’, ‘Gimik’ and ‘Trip’? We’ll see this April 17, 2013. Coming Soon is directed by Martin Rey Aviles.

It also features surprising cameo appearances from actors on different TV networks. We have Vice Ganda, Solenn Heussaff, Raymond Gutierrez, the back of Chito Miranda (lol), Michelle Madrigal, Ricky Davao, Bubbles Paraiso, John Estrada, Antonio Aquitania, Alice Dixson, Mark Herras and David Callum.

What do you think of Coming Soon? 🙂

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Must Be Love Rakes Over P60-Million in 2 Weeks http://pinoymovie.blog/2013/03/must-be-love-movie-box-office/ Fri, 29 Mar 2013 12:30:19 +0000 http://pinoymovieblog.com/?p=8328 It Must Be the Kathniel power that helped Star Cinema’s Must Be…Love movie to garner over P50-million in one week. Yes! In a press release by Star Cinema they announced that Must Be…Love grossed over P50-M in revenue and yet we have the latest report from box office mojo telling us that Must Be…Love may […]

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It Must Be the Kathniel power that helped Star Cinema’s Must Be…Love movie to garner over P50-million in one week. Yes! In a press release by Star Cinema they announced that Must Be…Love grossed over P50-M in revenue and yet we have the latest report from box office mojo telling us that Must Be…Love may have earned less than what they told in the report.

According to Box Office Mojo, Must Be Love movie grossed P60.74-Million in 2 weeks. That means, on its second week, Must Be Love grossed only P10.74-M. That’s not actually bad but this could be the end of Must Be…Love especially that Star Cinema and their marketing campaign is headed towards the inevitable success of It Takes A Man and A Woman.

The movie is graded B by the Cinema Evaluation Board. The reviews for the movie is generally positive. Aside from Kathryn and Daniel, also part of “Must Be…Love” are Liza Soberano, John Estrada, John Lapus, Miguel Morales, Kit Thompson, Ramon Christopher, Janus del Prado, Sharlene San Pedro, Paul Salas, Cacai Bautista and Arlene Muhlach.

Did you like the movie? Do you think it will gross more even during the showing of It Takes A Man and A Woman?

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Pinoy Gets Nominated at the Asean International Film Festivals and Awards http://pinoymovie.blog/2013/03/asean-international-film-festivals-and-awards-2013/ Fri, 29 Mar 2013 07:57:08 +0000 http://pinoymovieblog.com/?p=8321 Breaking news guys! Filipino talents has been recognized once again as four of our local actors got nominated on 4 acting awards in the Asean International Film Festivals and Awards (AIFFA 2013) held at Sarawak Cultural Center, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Jericho Rosales got a nod in the best actor category for his performance in Alagwa […]

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Breaking news guys! Filipino talents has been recognized once again as four of our local actors got nominated on 4 acting awards in the Asean International Film Festivals and Awards (AIFFA 2013) held at Sarawak Cultural Center, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Jericho Rosales got a nod in the best actor category for his performance in Alagwa while child actor Bugoy Carino was nominated for best supporting actor. Indeed! Child actor Bugoy Carino would go against adult actors

Meanwhile Sta. Nina stars Alessandra De Rossi and Anita Linda got nominated for the Best actress and Best supporting actress categories, respectively. Movies STA. NIÑA (Emmanuel Palo) and MGA KIDNAPPER NI RONNIE LAZARO (Sigfreid Barros-Sanchez) are vying for the best picture categories on genres drama and comedy.

This is out of the 13 Filipino films pre-screened by the organizers of AIFFA 2013. Jury panel is composed of U-wei Haj Saari (Jury head); Deborah Gabinetti (Founder and director of Bali Film Center, Indonesia); Jack Neo Chee Keong (Blockbuster Singaporean film director); U Aung Lwin aka San Shwe Maung (An accomplished actor and film director  from Myanmar); and Ricky Davao (Award-winning actor and now Director from the Philippines).

Awards Night for the Asean International Film Festival and Awards will be tomorrow March 30, 2013.Some words from Mell T. Navarro.

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The Bride and The Lover Movie (2013) http://pinoymovie.blog/2013/03/the-bride-and-the-lover-movie-2013/ Fri, 29 Mar 2013 01:25:44 +0000 http://pinoymovieblog.com/?p=8318 So much fuss all for the wuss! What was once deprived of the box office success is going to give it another shot as they bank on another mistress storyline in The Bride and The Lover. Unlike Regal Entertainment’s My Neighbor’s Wife which went against the mega blockbuster movie ‘No Other Woman’, the approach this […]

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So much fuss all for the wuss! What was once deprived of the box office success is going to give it another shot as they bank on another mistress storyline in The Bride and The Lover. Unlike Regal Entertainment’s My Neighbor’s Wife which went against the mega blockbuster movie ‘No Other Woman’, the approach this time is comedy, retuning the overall tone into a parody of all mistress movies with leather-thick lines like “I’ll strangle her with my Hermes scarf. Ang mahal ng Hermes ah!“, sex, confrontations and Carmi Martin.

The Bride and The Lover movie stars Kapamilya actor Paulo Avelino caught between Lovi Poe and Jennylyn Mercardo. The only good thing about this is that Paulo Avelino, the man torn between a bride and a lover, actually talks in this film kicking the ass of the Derek Ramsay stereotype who was seen in recent mistress movies No Other Woman and A Secret Affair. Avelino’s film character is self-aware of the crazy shit bastard that he is.

Another good thing is that Regal Films didn’t release any detailed plot summary for this movie. Finally, they realized that they’ve been the spoilers of their own movies. The movie is also starring Alex Castro, Hayden Kho, Tim Yap, Joem Bascon, Arron Villaflor, Kat Alano, Carla Dunareanu, Cai Cortez, Carlo Gonzales, Ariel Ureta, Timmy Cruz, Buboy Garovillo and Tom Rodriguez.

The Bride and The Lover movie hits theaters on May 1. Directed by Joel Lamangan, you are cordially invited to another tried-and-tested Mistress movie of the year!

Are you excited for The Bride and The Lover? 🙂

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