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The term movieoke used by the producers of I Do Bidoo Bidoo: Heto NAPO Sila might not land as a new entry in our lexicon. Why not? Coined to harness and give new meaning to Filipinos’ passion for music and singing, the movie is not a new genre at all, it is simply, by technical definition, a musical film or a musical comedy to be exact. Continue reading

Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme is a comedy horror film directed by Joyce Bernal and is a sequel to the Kimmy Dora film in 2009.
Kimmy and Dora (both Eugene Domingo) are identical twins with different personalities. Kimmy is the smart, dictatorial type while Dora is the slow, dumb-wit sister. However, they end up being close to each other and appreciated the love as sisters. The film will focus before the birth of the twins. It was a set-up arranged marriage for their father Don Luisito Go Dong Hae played by Ariel Ureta to a lady with Korean descent. Go Dong Hae refuses to marry and chose Kimmy and Dora’s mother as her wife. In the present, an unexpected ghost is surfacing the family’s lives and they found out that the Korean lady that is supposed to be married by their father was already dead and they need to quest for the tranquility of their lives by travelling all the way to South Korea.

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Kimmy Dora Love is in the air! The long anticipated sequel has arrived TODAY in theaters nationwide!

5 Things To Expect

I promise not to spoil a thing. Here are just 5 more reasons you’re going to love watching Kimmy Dora. 😉

1) Look Out For A LOT of Celebrity Cameos

Including Slater Young, Kris Aquino, and Regine Velasquez


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These two actors and the famous Cosplayer joined the cast halfway through filming. As always, Alodia is dressed to impress:

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Cinemalaya 2011: Eugene Domingo no longer a second best

by Nickie Wang

A comedy about misguided ambitions, the art of making art and the romantisizing of poverty, that is what Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank ia all about and these are the same reasons why the jurors at the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival chose the comedy feature as this year’s best full-length film, a misnomner, since it’s only a video.

Ang Babae sa Septic Tank was also the big winner in the annual indie film event that took place at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater on July 24. And the brightest star of the night was Eugene Domingo who won her first Best Actress award for the title role in the comedy feature. Continue reading

What are the brightest local celebs up to?

by Nickie Wang

Who are making waves in local tinseltown these days and what are brewing it the country’s big media networks?

Kristine Hermosa’s “I do” response to the question “Will you marry Oyo Boy Sotto” is to date her best gift to Dina Bonnevie and Vic Sotto’s unico hijo. The 26-year-old Oyo Boy, who celebrated his birthday yesterday, exchanged vows with Kristine in a very simple and private ceremony. This celebrity event is the first to add sparkle to other showbiz happenings that will take place in the coming days and weeks. Continue reading

Top-grossing Pinoy films of 2009

As of October 4, 2009, the top-grossing  film in the Philippines is Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz starrer, You Changed My Life. Based on the data released by Box Office Mojo, the movie has earned more than 4.7 million US dollars in Metro Manila alone.

Here is the list of top-grossing local films of 2009: Continue reading

13th Pusan International Film Festival Winners

Two Filipino films won top awards at the recently concluded 13th Pusan International Film Festival in South Korea.

Milo Tolentino’s “Andong” won Best Short (Sonje Award), and Chriz Matinez’s “100” won the Audience prize (KNN Movie Award ). The Audience Choice and Sonje awards  come with  $20,000 and $10,000 cash prize, respectively.

100, a flick that chronicles the last three months of a cancer stricken woman who has a list of things to do before she dies, also won the Audience Choice Award during the Cinemalaya Film Festival last July.The film stars Mylene Dizon, Eugene Domingo and Tessie Tomas.

Here is the complete list of awards and winners:

1. New Currents Award (Best Film)

Land of Scarecrows by Roh Gyeong-tae (South Korea)

Naked Of Defenses by Masahide Ichii ( Japan)

2. Special Mentions

Members of the Funeral by Baek Seung-bin (South Korea)

Er Dong by Jin Yang (China)

3. Sonje Award

Andong by Milo Tolentino ( Philippines)

Girl by Hong Sunghoon (South Korea)

4. Mecenat Award

Mental by Kazuhiro Soda (Japan)

Old Partner by Lee Chung Ryoul (South Korea)

5. FIPRECI Award

Jalainur by Ye Zhao (China)

6. NETPAC Award

Members of the Funeral by Baek Seung-bin (South Korea)

Treeless Mountain by Kim So Yong (South Korea)

7. KNN Movie Award (Audience Award)

100 by Chris Martinez (Philippines)

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