Comedy

Two Funerals

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Gil M. Portes
Enrique V. Ramos

A black comedy cum road movie about a grieving mother's journey to recover her daughter's body after a funeral mix-up caused it to be accidentally switched with a stranger's corpse. The journey from Tuguegarao, Cagayan in the north to Matnog, Sorsogon in the south is actually a journey to the heart of the country during Holy Week in the heat of the election season.

Tessie Tomas, Xian Lim, Jeffrey Quizon, Robert Arevalo, Benjie Felipe, Mon Confiado.  Introducing:  Princess Manzon.

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Mayohan

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Dan Villegas
Paul Sta. Ana

May is the month dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, mother of Christ.  In Infanta, Quezon, locals turn each of the 31 days of May into a charming honor not only to celebrate good harvest in their agricultural setting, but also to pay tribute to the virginal virtues of the Mayohan.  Every month of May, a padasal or series of novenas commences to mark the beginning of Mayohan.  This will culminate in a Pasayaw or Tapusan in every purok of each barangay.  A system of ambagan or donation ensues for the festivities to take place.  In the hopes of keeping a tradition alive, the elders suppor

Lovi Poe as Lilibeth, Elijah Castillo as Nino, Ping Medina as Ruben, Lui Manansala as Chayong, Chiqui del Carmen as Ising, Dianne Laserna as Martha, Jill Palencia as Melay, Girose Lanot as Aida, Benedict Jhocson as Mayor

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Beerhouse

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Ang Beerhouse, The Beerhouse
Jon Red
Jon Red

Noynoy and Brad are two isaw vendors who dream of entering the magical world of the Beerhouse in front of their isaw stand. Brad just wants to celebrate his birthday but Noynoy has someone inside the beerhouse that occupies his thoughts and dreams. He wants the dancer named Jewel. From the very first step they take inside the tiny carnival of flesh, they soon realize that they can never step out.

Ryan Eigenmann        
Epi Quizon        
Gwen Garci        
Kalila Aguilos
Joel Torre
Ronnie Lazaro
Soliman Cruz
Catherine Racsag        
Hector Macaso        
Jun Ureta        
Herbie Vetus        
Raul Morit        
Tado    

Introducing Che Ramos
Introducing Herbie Vetus

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Urduja

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Reggie Entienza
Reggie Entienza

The leader of the Tawilisi, Lakanpati, is growing old, and pressures his willful daughter, Princess Urduja to marry the warrior Simakwel. Urduja is devastated by the engagement, as she wants to marry for love, and not merely for the sake of her father's kingdom. While bathing in the forest one day, she meets Lim Hang, a roguish drifter who ends up saving her life. They fall in love, but Urduja soon discovers that Lim Hang is a pirate wanted by the Chinese imperial army.

Regine Velasquez as Princess Urduja. Singer Regine Velasquez was handpicked by Antonio Tuviera to play the title role[2].
Cesar Montano as Limhang
Eddie Garcia as Lakanpati
Jay Manalo as Simakwel
Johnny Delgado as Wang
Ruby Rodriguez as Mayumi
Epi Quizon as Daisuke
Michael V. as Kukut
Allan K. as Tarsir
BJ Forbes as Botyok

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CONFESSIONAL

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Jerrold Tarog & Ruel Dahis Antipuesto
Ramon Ukit

Lies + Lies = Truth

Publio Briones III

David Barril

Greg Fernandez

Donna Gimeno

Owee Salva

Jai Rabin

 

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Pisay

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Auraeus Solito
Henry Grageda

Amidst the chaos of Martial Law in the 1980's, eight teenagers in the top high school for the sciences discover themselves as they go through the joys and pains of adolescence.

Carl John Barrameda - Matt
Bernardo Bernardo
Elijah Castillo - Minggoy
Eugene Domingo
E.J. Jallorina - Euri
Alfred Labatos - Daki
Rebecca Padilla
Arnold Reyes
Annicka Dolonius - Wena
Gammy Lopez - Rom
Jonathan Neri - Andy
Shayne Fajutagana - Liway

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iSNATS

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Snatcher
Mike Dagñalan
Mike Dagñalan

iSNATS, dubbed as neo-realist, is a story of a cellphone snatcher-collector ( J ) who got into trouble when he steals SAMs cellphone (a former cop - drug dealer).

J thinks he hits it big-time when he gets a drug delivery through the snatched phone. But drug lord RUDY wants his drug money and so orders/threatens SAM to get it back.

But then again, local gangster BONSAi gets in the way and pushes J and SAM into deeper trouble. SAM and J team up to survive and eventually escape on a rusty PNR Bicol Express Train.

JOURDAN SEBASTIAN as J

JOEL OLAÑO as Sam (munich-based german actor of filipino descent)

IDA RAMOS as Girlie (hot legs dancer)

TEDDY CORPUZ(Rocksteady) as Gani

BERTING LABRA as Mang Jun

ARCHI ADAMOS as Rudy

RONALD "Joaqui" TUPAS as Bonsai

MAUI MANALO as Dennis

OZ MENDOZA as Gino

PHILIPP HARTH as Rudy's gangster (munich-based pinoy-german actor)

NICK MILLIGAN as Rudy's gangster (berlin-based german actor)

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Big Time

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Mario Cornejo
Mario Cornejo, Monster Jimenez

Danny (Winston Elizalde) and Jonas (Nor Domingo) are two petty crooks who dream of moving into the big scene. When their carefully-planned kidnapping goes askew, Danny and Jonas find themselves in a tangle neither of them can handle.

Big Time is the non-linear story of two small-time criminals, a wannabe actress, the son of a crime lord, and the kidnapping that brings all of them together for what should be the ticket to their dreams.

In this crazy world, everybody wants to go big time.

Michael De Mesa ... Don Manolo
Nor Domingo ... Jonas
Winston Elizalde... Danny
Joanne Miller ... Melody
Jamie Wilson ... Wilson
Anne Monzon ... Store Girl
Jhek Cogama ... Cellphone Victim
Lito Atienza ... Himself (as Mayor Lito Atienza)
Frederick Edwards... Sonnyboy
Macho Henchman ... Macho Henchman
Funny Henchman ... Funny Henchman
Christina Dy ... Bar Girl
Marissa Victoria... Dog Owner
Whiskey ... Dog
Bachii Gomez ... Bowler

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The Puffy Chair

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Jay Duplass
Mark Duplass

Josh goes on a road trip with girlfriend Emily and brother Rhett to pick up a purple recliner he bought from eBay, and then to deliver it as a surprise birthday gift to his father.

Mark Duplass .... Josh
Kathryn Aselton .... Emily
Rhett Wilkins .... Rhett
Julie Fischer .... Amber
Bari Hyman .... Motel Manager
Gerald Finnegan .... Puffy Chair Salesman
Larry Duplass .... Josh and Rhett's Dad
Cindy Duplass .... Josh and Rhett's Mom
Henry Barendse .... Upholsterer
David Parsons .... Theater Owner
Jose Manuel Alvarado .... Furniture Employee
Daniel Gonzalez .... Furniture Employee
Ora Aselton .... Furniture Customer
Bill Leighton .... Fire Extinguisher (as Billy Leighton)
Jim Whalen .... Doctor

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Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros

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Auraeus Solito
Michiko Yamamoto

12-year old Maxi, gay, falls in love with a policeman and is torn between his object of affection and his family of small-time criminals.

Nathan Lopez as MAXIMO OLIVEROS

Soliman Cruz as MANG PACO

JR Valentin as VICTOR PEREZ

Ping Medina as KUYA BOGS

Neil Ryan Sese as KUYA BOY

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