pinoy movies - filipino movies Peter Kasimsiman (Vice Ganda) is an abused child who escapes his father’s cruelty. His life changes when Helena (Eugene Domingo), a golden-hearted haciendera adopts him. And when Helena passes away, he becomes the sole heir of the hacienda. This turns Peter into a power-tripping cruel master. His evilness takes a turn for the worse due to his insecurities with Samantha (Sam Pinto), the beautiful and gifted daughter of Maita (Candy Pangilinan), a longtime servant of Helena.

Peter resents the attention given by the men to Samantha, which he wants for himself. Diobayo (Eagle Riggs) who is the goddess of horses gives Peter a hard-earned lesson. Each time he shows hostility, he transforms into a horse and is named Petra. How long can Peter keep this secret? Can Peter surpass this curse and be free from it?


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From the maker of highly acclaimed movies "Ataul For Rent" and Hilot", Neal Tan's Pasang Krus is an unconventional drama about mother's affliction whose life is torn apart when her husband was killed in a horrific situation.

Desperate for any kind of help in a small-town world full of long afternoons and country fairs, Hermina (Rossana Roces) struggles to flee with her four young siblings and a baby she carries on.

First, she mislaid her eldest son, next her six-year old daughter and in trying to save her remaining kids from the threat, they tried to manage on their own only to find themselves in a crammed, muddled and highly-piggledy far city.

Hermina has been struggling for years to make ends meet and keep her two sons off the street aside from another one in jail.

Along the way, Hermina faces challenges and obstacles but never loses hope that they will one day be together again.

The film is not only hearthwarming story.

It also offers subtle commentary about certain issues on injustices, the abject poverty of humans snared in a nasty and cruel environment, and the corruption and loss of innocence of the people where high hopes were destroyed.

Directed by Neal Tan.
Rossana Roces
Joross Gamboa
Ketchup Eusebio
Jao Mapa
Melissa Mendez
Empress Schuck

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pinoy movies - filipino movies What if the attractive deaf-mute guy you meet on the metro train thinks you’re also deaf? And what if you were both just pretending so as not to disappoint each other? PAANO KO SASABIHIN (How Do I Say This) is a romantic comedy about two souls entangled in a loop of lies. Both of them hoping that true love will straighten everything out.

Cast: Erich Gonzales, Enchong Dee

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The one and only King of Philippine Comedy, Dolphy shines in this charming story that shuttles between Chicago where Grandpa Juan (Dolphy) resides, and Manila where the noontime program "Wowowee" is a top rater, and takes place in the now and pre-WW II.

Through the years and across the miles, family, friendship and love ---the things that matter--- remain.

No other Filipino comedy has assembled such a fine cast and has shown the Pinoy's heart in a grand way.

The Philippine Entertainment Portal describes Dolphy's performance as "a shining example of what a great comedian is."

The Delano Observer calls the film "another fun-filled recipe added with some emotional parts which will make you laugh and cry."

No doubt about it. "Nobody, Nobody but Juan" is an exceptional comedy for "Juan" and all!

Directed by Eric Quizon.

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Eddie Garcia
Gloria Romero
Eric Quizon
Eugene Domingo


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What should a woman do when, one day, the husband whom she built her world around with comes homes, unexpectedly, and tells her that he's leaving her for another?

All Amy wants in life is to keep her family comfortable and intact--- her worlds revolves around her husband and their young son. But that very world crumbles when her husband decides to leave her for a younger, more sophisticated woman.

Left with debts to pay and a son to care for, she looks for a job, only to be rejected in the end.

So she puts up a catering business with the help of loyal friends, and as the venture progresses, she discovers her own being and realizes that there's life after a philandering husband.

Directed by Jose Javier Reyes

Sharon Cuneta
Albert Martinez
Dindi Gallardo
Matthew Mendoza
Gilleth Sandico
Jay Simon


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Two brothers are separated after their mother dies.

One becomes a cop, the other as assassin.

The cop ambitiously want to bring down a drug lord supported by politicans, while the assassin works for the same drug lord.

A cult leader who turns out to be their estranged father is supporting the drug lord.

Both brothers are out to bring down the cult leader -- one to save lives and solve crime, the other to avenge the death of their mother.

Directed by Willie Milan

Maui Taylor
Eddie Garcia
Victor Neri
Ace Vergel
Mikey Macapagal Arroyo
Emilio Garcia


pinoy movies - filipino movies Is a action movie starring Cesar Montano and Dina Bonnevie


pinoy movies - filipino movies Anti-crime crusader Lilia Chiong Yang seems to have everything a woman could want and need: a husband who pampers her; children whom any parent would be proud of; and the respect & admiration of the most powerful people in the land. But just as Lilia prepares for her 25th wedding anniversary celebration, a chance encounter in Thailand with her first love Michael throws Lilia’s life into chaos. So begins the resumption of a relationship that threatens to unravel the delicate threads connecting Lilia to the other people in her life.


pinoy movies - filipino movies Antonio Chan, a prominent Chinese businessman, has three women in his life v Sol, a Filipina; Lu Shui, a Chinese; and Belinda, a Filipino-Chinese. Antonio has children with all three women. A crisis shakes up the over-extended Tsinoy family prompting all the members to re-examine their values, their relationships, and confront issues that they have refused to face all these years. With Mano Po 2, My Home, Regal Entertainments continues the tradition established by the critical and box-office hit Mano Po.

Features strong dramatic performances from a stellar ensemble cast, lush visuals, a reverberating musical score, an unforgettable theme song, and a heart-warming screenplay that eloquently captures the rich Tsinoy culture. Laugh, cry, and be touched by this family story about forgiveness, healing and undying love.


pinoy movies - filipino movies When Apollo (John Lloyd Cruz) finds himself surrounded by friends who are beginning to settle down, he is faced with the possibility of finding his true love. It all boils down to one name: Irene. It must be fate then, when he once again sees Irene (Toni Gonzaga), his ex-girlfriend from three years ago with whom he had the best memories with. Apollo and Irene were a perfect couple, and were engaged to be married. It all ended at the altar when Apollo had a bout of cold feet and left Irene alone in the aisle.

Now, Irene pretends to have no recollection of Apollo, having acquired “amnesia” shortly after their separation. Apollo sees this as the perfect opportunity to pursue Irene again, and be able to undo all the mistakes he made in the past, by offering Irene the best memories she could ever have.

True love is difficult to resist, they learn. Just when they find themselves ready to commit to each other, the pains from the past catch up with them, challenging them to finally own up to the mistakes made and lies said, and eventually realize what it is to forgive and forget.

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