Enrique Gil epitomizes the new mestizo look. His fairness is well kept with his disarming charm especially when he slices the air with his million-worth smile. The Cebuano gentleness in him further leave an engaging calmness that whenever he is on screen there is this ticklish sensation that makes you giggle a bit. He truly is the hot guy on the block and when he taught us all how to doughie, there wasn’t turning back ENRIQUE GIL effortlessly slew the boredom of the local showbiz beat! He has already made a name for himself in several photoplays and lately rumors have it that it was he who the crowd lined up for and not a Dingdong Dantes or a Bea Alonzo in StarCinema’s SHE’S THE ONE. He is the gold that everybody wants to mine now but definitely the credits go to ABS-CBN network that nurtured him right for the game. He is soon to star in his own big dome affair which will further showcase his stupefying dance moves among other exciting treats!
‘MOMZILLAS‘ is an age old story of warring mothers-in-law-to-be. We all have familiar stories stuck in our sick minds to pull out and unravel during downtime while the rest of the world celebrate order and beauty. This time around, real-life maid-beater actress Maricel Soriano teams up with Star-of-Diminishing-Returns Eugene Domingo in Wenn Deramas‘ ‘MOMZILLAS’. Frankly as a furter, this movie will surely tickle a massive block of tax non-payers whose taste have been tampered with slapsticking gags urged by their growling tummies. People of taste and good intentions will merely find it the residual worth of a time left after a long fart in the elevator. ‘MOMZILLAS’ is A pocketbook by Jill Kargman and we are sure this movie used the title without any courtesy since nothing about it is mentioned in the first place. If you have to watch it, you might as well watch with no reservations or convictions since after being marinated with the pork national issue and of late, Bayola’s teeny-weenie , this diversion may answer all queries why in hell does this country cuddle greedy people. Remember, you are what you watch so be very cautious with the moving pictures you patronize. The movie also stars Billy Crawford and Andi Eigenmann. Produced by StarCinema.
Still a part of STAR CINEMA‘s string-of-anniversary-films Chinay star KIM CHUI lounges into some ugliness to perfectly fit the lead on ‘BAKIT HINDI KA CRUSH NG CRUSH MO’, film adaptation of Ramon Bautista’s book of the same title [subtitled At Iba Pang Technique Kung Paano Makaka-Move On sa Wasak na Puso]. The book is a hilarious take on how human beings should accept the concept of the mind, the heart and sexual desires as the basic factors of existence and interaction. You will never find anything that is not rationale [hopefully] on the premise therefore Joyce Bernal is all to credit or discredit for any pitfall found on the final cut. Kim stars with XIAN LIM among other Star Cinema regulars.
Mas kilala na ngayon si Chito Roño bilang isang masinop na direktor ng mga pelikulang katatakutan base sa kanyang mga blockbuster hits na ‘Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara’, ‘Feng Shui’ , ‘Sukob’ at iba pa. This time , tampok si Vilma Santos at Kim Chui sa ‘The Healing’. May mga bago kayang ipinakita rito si Direk Chito? Hindi lang kaya ito tilian at walang patumanggang gulatan? Well… panoorin na lang! Mula sa Star Cinema.
Pinasikat ng international band na POLICE ang awiting ‘EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE’ noong early 80s at ito na ang signature ditty nila ever. All these years, may-I-hear mo siya sa radyo at favorite entry rin sa mga mp3, Ipad, Ipod at mga phone. So halos alam na alam mo na ang lyrics na bigla mong mabungaran na lamang sa billboards na merong isang pelikulang PILIPINO na ang title ay ‘EVERY BREATH U TAKE’ ; a clear corruption of ‘You’ to ‘U’ to substantiate the massess need for jejemonism rather than upheld the grammatical requirements of a title but who gives a damn but spinsters like me who wish to be politically as well as grammatically correct to the last BREATH ; morality not included. Cheret! Directed by a certain Mae Czarina Cruz (‘certain’ kasi there are almost 563,751 ‘Mae Czarina Cruz’ worldwide) for Star Cinema , “EVERY BREATH U TAKE’ is a glossed-up mess of human refuse enshrined upon a common emotion called LOVE, in its loss or search of it. This colonial-mentality ridden flick stars PIOLO PASCUAL and ANGELICA PANGANIBAN. Angelica here plays an armpit addict who drools and lives on the scent of Piolo’s hairy ones. Would it have been more appropriate to Pilipinize its title into ‘KILIKILI MO, BUHAY KO’ ? Choz!