Réalisé parJerrold Tarog OriginePhilippines GenresDrame, Guerre, Comédie, Action, Historique ActeursJohn Arcilla, Arron Villaflor, Joem Bascon, Archie Alemania, Jeffrey Quizon, Paulo Avelino Rôle Pedro Paterno Note76% 1898, Province of Bulacan - President Emilio Aguinaldo (Mon Confiado) together with his Prime Minister Apolinario Mabini (Epi Quizon) and his cabinet are debating the issue of the American presence in the Philippines. Felipe Buencamino (Nonie Buencamino) and Pedro Paterno (Leo Martinez) support the American occupation, while General Antonio Luna (John Arcilla) and General José Alejandrino (Alvin Anson) wants independence for the Philippines. Luna asks the cabinet to authorize a pre-emptive strike while the Americans have yet to land their ground troops. Aguinaldo however assured his cabinet that the Americans had promised to help win freedom from their Spanish overlords. Unfortunately, the Americans have invaded key cities in Manila, indicating a possible war against the Filipinos.
Réalisé parJun Lana OriginePhilippines GenresComédie, Romance ActeursCarla Abellana, Tom Rodriguez, JC de Vera, Leo Martinez, Paolo Ballesteros, Kerbie Zamora Rôle Tiyo Carding Note67% Lira (Carla Abellana) was left at the altar by her fiancee Tony (JC de Vera). Cobbler Goryo (Tom Rodriguez) has just given up hope on getting back together with the mother of his child. The two meet by chance, and come to bond over their respective heartbreak. Goryo agrees to pose as Lira’s boyfriend in hopes of making her now-married former fiancée jealous. Things get complicated when the two start falling in over for real, even as Lira continues to dream of reuniting with Tony.
OriginePhilippines GenresDrame, Comédie ActeursEugene Domingo, Jake Cuenca, Empress Schuck, Enchong Dee, Leo Martinez, Nikki Gil Rôle Tonio Note69% Due to a road rage between two buses, an accident occurs which puts the lives of its passengers in jeopardy. But the ones greatly affected by such event are a middle-aged woman named Fiesta (Eugene Domingo), an old and retired family patriarch Tonio (Leo Martinez), and a lad named Caloy (Enchong Dee). These three people are pierced through a single steel bar – a dangerous situation that even their doctors find hard to solve. But even before this unfortunate circumstance, these three have their share of ill-fated lives.
An impoverished single parent, Robert Lim (Jericho Rosales) spends his free time with his young son Brian (Bugoy Cariño), whom he was mad for being responsible of the death of his wife during childbirth. One day Robert went to a mall with Brian for some father and son bonding time, Brian goes to the bathroom then mysteriously disappears. Robert, worried about his son's disappearance, informs the police chief (Leo Martinez) that his son was abducted. Using evidence shown on camera disc recorded under surveillance, it shows a teenage kid talking to his son Brian. Enraged by this, Robert goes to a park in Quezon Avenue in search of the suspect and later witnesses him getting off a taxi. Robert enrages at the boy but he escapes. The next day, police recover a dead boy's body with Robert thinking it was his son, but this turns out to be his son's kidnapper's body. Robert, becoming more furious, attempts to hunt down the man down responsible for his son's disappearance. He then encounters a vigilante, and with his knowledge about the suspects of Brian's kidnapping, pretends to help him by telling him that his son is now being transported to Hong-Kong. Robert soon discovers that Brian's kidnapping is the result of human-trafficking. That night, Robert receives a call from the vigilante again telling him that he should meet him under an overpass, but soon gets ambushed by police with the vigilante dying on the scene. Several years passed, Robert has a new family and with his new son (John Manalo), travels to Hong Kong with him. On the streets, his son suddenly goes missing. Robert goes to search for him, feeling worried that the previous incident would occur to his new family. Robert searches for him in a subway and finds a homeless man playing a harmonica. Robert suddenly recognises the homeless man's harmonica, realising that Brian had exactly the same harmonica from his childhood. Robert also remembers Brian teaching him a secret handshake. Robert attempts to do the secret handshake with the homeless man, who knows the secret handshake as well. Realising that his long-lost son was finally found, Robert tearfully embraces him and the story concludes with his other son witnessing the scene.
Réalisé parEric Quizon OriginePhilippines GenresComédie ActeursDolphy, Eddie García, Gloria Romero, Eugene Domingo, Pokwang, Eric Quizon Rôle taxi driver Note58% Nobody, nobody but...Juan tells the story of a U.S.-based senior citizen named Juan (Dolphy) who lives in a senior citizens' home run by his son (Eric Quizon) and daughter-in-law (G. Toengi). The home's staff consist of a "black man" and a "chinaman", revealed as 2 gay Filipino TNTs who adopted identities to evade Immigration officers. Juan's favorite pastime is watching Wowowee on The Filipino Channel, though he does not watch the show just for entertainment's sake. Beside wanting to connect with the Philippines that he dearly misses, Juan is lonesome for his first love Aida (Gloria Romero), with whom he lost touch during the Japanese occupation of Manila. Wowowee is Juan's way of coping with homesickness and reliving the past. He usually creates alarms and scandals if he never watches Wowowee every day. He also has a son, who is a womanizer and has many children out of wedlock.
Angelina is a seven-year-old brilliant and talented girl, but with an undeniably spoiled personality. After her first 'yaya' (nanny) gets hospitalized because of her disobedience (A fire occurred prior to her hospitalization; Angelina was the cause of the fire because the nanny was teaching the latter how to grill), her parents decide to find her another 'yaya' who would combat her behavior, and a lot of applicants quit the job due to Angelina's attitude.
The brothers Mokong and Bubuli (sons of Lucring Dayukdok) have feelings for the rich sisters Honey Grace and Barbie Doll (daughters of Don Robert Dinero), Mokong for Honey Grace and Bubuli for Barbie Doll. Don Robert doesn’t like the brothers because they are poor. So that they can be free to court Honey Grace and Barbie Doll, Mokong and Bubuli climb over the fence.
, 1h41 Réalisé parMenahem Golan OrigineEtats-Unis GenresDrame, Thriller, Art martial, Action, Policier, Wuxiapian ThèmesSport, Arts martiaux ActeursFranco Nero, Susan George, Sho Kosugi, Christopher George, Will Hare, Derek Webster Rôle Pee Wee Note52% Après avoir terminé sa formation de ninja au Japon, Cole (Franco Nero), un soldat vétéran de l'Angola rend visite à son ancien frère d'armes Frank Landers (Alex Courtney) et fait connaissance avec l'épouse de celui-ci, Mary Ann Landers (Susan George). Les Landers possèdent une ferme aux Philippines, et sont fréquemment harcelés par un homme d'affaires du nom de Charles Venarius (Christopher George), qui souhaite acquérir leur propriété. À leur insu, les terres des Landers cachent d'importantes nappes de pétrole. Cole, grâce à ses talents de ninja, n'a guère de difficulté à repousser les attaques répétées des sbires de Venarius. Mais ce dernier finit par faire appel à Hasegawa (Sho Kosugi), un autre ninja, rival de Cole. L'intrigue se corse lorsque Cole a une aventure avec Mary Ann, la femme de son ami Frank.