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This is the first episode of our podcasting activity in CMS 105.=) The ranking of the movie lines is based on our perception. Our grades will be based on the number of views and hits of this video. Comments are very much welcome.. PLEASE do watch this video. For sure, you'll enjoy it.=XD tnx a lot!! -Eramae Canonigo -Art John Agapito
2 Aug 2010
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The stars from the "Golden Age of Philippine Cinema." Enjoy!!!
21 May 2009
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most beautiful actresses in philippine cinema
7 Sep 2009
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15 Nov 2010
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Become a member at sosyalan**** and post at least 2 interesting topics or 2 reply to any thread from our forum section and you will be emailed with a working video link of this video.
7 Feb 2013
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Starring Bea Alonzo, Sma Milby and Derek Ramsay, And I Love You So brings Philippine cinema to a whole new level. Screening in: San Francisco, Las Vegas and San Diego on August 14-20 Honolulu and Tukwila, WA on August 28-Sept 3 Los Angeles (To be announced) follow us on facebook: www.facebook****/abscbni join us on multiply: www.abscbni.multiply**** for more info: www.abs-cbnglobalmovies**** ; www.starrystarry****
29 Jul 2009
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Miley Cyrus sings "When I Look At You" - music from her new movie, THE LAST SONG, based on the best-selling book written by Nicholas Sparks. The Last Song - coming to Philippine cinemas May 12.
26 Feb 2010
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I don't know... but for me, Roderick Paulate is one of the best comedians in Philippine cinema,
14 Mar 2011
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Welcome to the Hotel Transylvania, Dracula's (Adam Sandler) lavish five-stake resort, where monsters and their families can live it up, free to be the monsters they are without humans to bother them. On one special weekend, Dracula has invited some of the world's most famous monsters -- Frankenstein and his wife, the Mummy, the Invisible Man, a family of werewolves, and more -- to celebrate his daughter Mavis's 118th birthday. For Drac, catering to all of these legendary monsters is no problem -- but his world could come crashing down when one ordinary guy stumbles on the hotel and takes a shine to Mavis. Story by TODD DURHAM and DAN HAGEMAN & KEVIN HAGEMAN Screenplay by PETER BAYNHAM and ROBERT SMIGEL Coming soon to Philippine cinemas.
24 Dec 2012
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Four Sisters and a Wedding Part 1: ******* Part 2: ******* Part 3: ******* Part 4: ******* Part 5: ******* Star Cinema's initial movie offering for its 20th anniversary celebration shares the story of the Salazar siblings namely Teddie (Toni), the eldest, who works as a teacher in Spain; Bobbie (Bea), who is now successful in New York; Alex (Angel), the third child who is a Manila-based independent film assistant director; Gabbie (Shaina), a school teacher who lives at home together with their mother; and CJ(Enchong) the youngest child who put all his sisters in shock when he announced that he is going to marry his girlfriend of four months, Princess. After a few years of not being together as a whole family, Teddie, Bobbie, Alex, and Gabbie come together for the wedding and agreed to dissuade their baby brother from marrying his fiancée. But as they interact with each other for the wedding, the Salazar siblings also face the feelings and issues they've tried to keep for the longest time. Are CJ's four sisters not yet ready to let him go? Are they truly trying to fix their brother's life? Or do they need to fix their own lives first?... Angel Locsin as Alexandra "Alex" Salazar, the Manila-based independent film assistant director. Bea Alonzo as Roberta "Bobbie" Salazar, the successful sophisticated New Yorker of the family. Toni Gonzaga as Theodora "Teddie" Salazar, the eldest of the sisters and an OFW in Spain. Shaina Magdayao as Gabriella "Gabby" Salazar, the well-reserved teacher. Enchong Dee as CJ "RebReb" Salazar [4] Sam Milby as Tristan Angeline Quinto as Princess Bayag Coney Reyes as Grace Salazar Carmi Martin as Jeanette Bayag Boboy Garovillo as Honeyboy Bayag Janus del Prado as Frodo Bernard Palanca as Chad Samantha Faytaren as Trixie Vangie Labalan as Totie Marie Cocoy Martinez as Victor Part 1: ******* Part 2: ******* Part 3: ******* Part 4: ******* Part 5: ******* Pinoy movie,Movie Theater (Industry),tagalog movie,pinay movie,Love Story (Film),Film (Invention),pilipino film,tagalog film,old movie,tagalog cinema,cinema,philippines cinema,Comedy,funny,Film (Film),Four Sisters and a Wedding,Angel Locsin,Toni Gonzaga,Shaina Magdayao,Bea Alonzo,Enchong Dee,Sam Milby,Angeline Quinto
3 Aug 2013
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Message to all viewers: "Hindi ko po pagmamay-ari ang VIDEO na ito at wala po akong kinalaman sa VIDEOng ito. Nakita ko lamang ito sa *******buhaypirata****/ at nais kong bigyan niyo ng reaksyon ang pangyayari sa VIDEOng ito." SALAMAT The whole movie occures entirely in one place; a big white vacation house in Taal, Batangas and only with two male characters. In a single narrative time, intending by way of voyeurism, the film allows viewers to discover what happens when two men spend one night contemplating whether to break up or continue their relationship. According to the Philippine Entertainment Portal, Daybreak is not a typical gay-love story because of the complicated situation conveyed by the movie and the extremely difficult roles played by Coco Martin and Paolo Rivero. The movie also gives extraordinary wit and intelligent meaning to homosexuality and failed relationships supported by a beautiful screenplay by Gohetia and script by Alix and Ferrer. Daybreak (Filipino: Bukang-liwayway, English: dawn, twilight) is a 2008 Philippine gay indie film written by Charliebebs Gohetia and directed by the Manila-based Filipino director Adolfo Borinaga Alix, Jr. who also directed other indie films such as Donsol, Kadin and Batanes. The movie features only two characters, Paolo Rivero (as William) and Coco Martin (as JP) who are both Filipino actors. The film is homosexual in terms of theme but was rated R-18 uncut, regardless of its nudity features by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) in the Philippines as most of the members of the board were impressed by the cinematography and intelligence of the film. Daybreak had its exclusive screenings on February 13 and 14, 2008 at the University of the Philippines Cine Adarna (formerly UP Film Institute). The movie was officially released and aired in major Philippine cinemas from February 20 to March 11, 2008. Daybreak is produced by Bicycle Productions. Synopsis A married man is having an affair with another man. After some time apart, the two men spend a night together in a family vacation home in Taal, Batangas. Together in such close quarters, the two are left with nothing to do but to confront the realities of their relationship. The movie opens with William (Paolo Rivero), a doctor, driving up to Tagaytay City to meet his secret lover JP (Coco Martin), a handsome young fellow in his mid-twenties. While driving, William had been engaged in a cell phone conversation with his wife, who was asking when he will return home. William made up an alibi saying that he has an unexpected appointment in Tagaytay and will probably be back in Manila the next day. On the other hand, JP was waiting in a public viewing park of the Taal Volcano to join William in his Tagaytay escapade. JP is a local boatman and tour guide in Taal, Batangas and William's secret lover for a year now. Although it was not specifically reiterated in the movie, listening to their dialogue, one will learn that the two men obviously met during one of William and his wife's visits to Taal Volcano. If William has a wife, JP has a girlfriend. The two did not see each other for two months partly because William is very busy being a Makati physician and partly because he is a family man. JP, on the other hand, had spent two months secretly waiting for William while keeping himself busy with his boating job and his girlfriend. Deep inside, the two lovers missed each other. When they reach the rest house, William cooks pasta and they eat and drink wine together. It is to be, however, the last night that the two lovers will be together as William is scheduled to leave for Australia. William wants to call it quits but doesn't know how to break the news to JP, who is already emotionally attached to him although they really didn't have an agreement that they are indeed a couple. The tension starts when William tells JP that he's leaving the country. Several scenes and dialogue lead up to the climax as JP is reluctant to accept the fact that it was the end of their relationship. The two men had spent the night talking about their past including happy and unforgettable memories while browsing their pictures. The night has been a beautiful night. Their intimacy is renewed and they make love as pleasurable as ever. But as the daybreak comes, William remains firm to his decision, leaving for Australia and ending his relationship with JP. The movie ends as William is driving back to Manila again and JP, alone in the nocturnal Tagaytay rest house, is numbed to the truth that their relationship is doomed in just one night. Daybreak Production Crew Writer and Editor: Charliebebs Gohetia Director: Adolfo B. Alix Jr. Production Designers: Tonee Acejo and Jerome Zamora Cinematography: Albert Banzon Executive Producer: Noel Ferrer Line Producers: Arleen Cuevas and Maxie Evangelista Cast: Coco Martin, Paolo Rivero
5 Sep 2013
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She's The One is a film by Mae Cruz Starring Bea Alonzo, Enrique Gil and Dingdong Dantes Showing in Philippine Cinemas Oct. 16, 2013 Produced by Star Cinema *******facebook****/StarCinema *******twitter****/StarCinema *******instagram****/StarCinema
25 Sep 2013
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Bride For Rent is a film by Mae Cruz Starring Kim Chiu and Xian Lim Showing in Philippine cinemas January 15, 2014! Produced by Star Cinema *******facebook****/StarCinema *******twitter****/StarCinema *******instagram****/StarCinema
6 Jan 2014
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Call Center Girl is a film by Don Cuaresma Starring Pokwang, Enchong Dee and Jessy Mendiola Showing SOON in Philippine cinemas! Produced by Star Cinema *******facebook****/StarCinema *******twitter****/StarCinema *******instagram****/StarCinema
20 Jan 2014
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Pagpag Siyam Na Buhay is a film by Frasco Mortiz Starring Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo, Paulo Avelino, Shaina Magdayao Showing in Philippine cinemas Dec. 25! An official entry to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival Produced by Star Cinema and Regal Films
23 Jan 2014
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Starting Over Again is a film by Olivia M. Lamasan Starring Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga Showing in Philippine cinemas Feb 12, 2014 Produced by Star Cinema *******facebook****/StarCinema *******twitter****/StarCinema *******instagram****/StarCinema *******www.starcinema****.ph
28 Jan 2014
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