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Wag Kang Lilingon (2006 Pinoy Movie)

Directors: Quark Henares, Jerry Lopez Sineneng
Writer: Ricardo Lee (story)
Stars: Anne Curtis, Marvin Agustin, Raymond Bagatsing
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino | Tagalog
Release Date: 15 November 2006 (Philippines)
Also Known As: Huwag kang lilingon

"Wag Kang Lilingon is a twin-bill horror. movie In the first story "Uyayi," Anne plays Melissa, a young nurse with a bright future ahead of her. But will the future turn to her favor as strange and violent events occur at the hospital she works for. Together with her boyfriend James, they try to uncover the killer behind the rising number of deaths among the patients in the hospital. But will she be one of the victims? Quark Henares megs the episode. In the second story "Salamin," Kristine plays Angel, a beautiful young family breadwinner whose only aspiration is to see her family live a better life. When her father left her and her mother and younger sister for another woman, Angel decided to move into a new place. Little did they know the danger that lies ahead. As she discovers an old mirror, she makes a wish at the stroke of midnight by the candlelight-to know her future. Instead she unwittingly opens a portal of spirits! What will be the repercussions of her actions?

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The Maid (2005 Pinoy-Singaporean Movie)

Director: Kelvin Tong
Writer: Kelvin Tong
Stars: Alessandra de Rossi, Huifang Hong, Benny Soh
Country: Singapore
Language: English | Teochew | Filipino | Tagalog
Release Date: 18 August 2005 (Singapore)
Also Known As: A Criada
Filming Locations: Singapore

Telling of a maid recently arriving from the Philippines. She has to acclimate herself to the customs of the Chinese Ghost Month, during which she struggles with supernatural forces. The maid is employed by a Teochew opera family, a family with many secrets, who give her a place to stay in their dilapidated shophouse.

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Status: It's Complicated (2013 Pinoy Movie)

Director: Chris Martinez
Writer: Chris Martinez
Stars: Eugene Domingo, Jake Cuenca, Paulo Avelino
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino | Tagalog
Release Date: 6 November 2013 (Philippines)

Chef Manny (Jake Cuenca) is an avowed playboy. His flatmate Jerry (Paolo Avelino) on the other hand, is still waiting for the right woman to fall in love with. After Manny's antics land him in trouble yet again, the two get into an argument about their respective lifestyles. Manny jokingly suggests that they should swap their approaches. As it happens, the two end up doing that anyway, as Manny falls for the mercurial Rina (Maja Salvador) and Jerry finds himself courting the carnal affections of two of his clients (Solenn Heussaff and Eugene Domingo).


Just One Summer (2012 Pinoy Movie)

Just One Summer is a 2012 Filipino romance-drama film directed by Mac Alejandre, starring Julie Anne San Jose and Elmo Magalona.

A rich, rebellious boy spends the summer with his father who he has considered long dead and his mistress while waiting for the annulment of his father and his mother's marriage. During his stay with his father during the summer, he meets a poor girl who is his childhood friend and is a scholar of whom her family is depending on; however, she is holding in a secret with regards to the true state of her scholarship. The two meet and comfort each other amidst their problems and they fall for each other as time goes on and as they get to know each other.



Hating Kapatid (2010 Pinoy Movie)

Hating Kapatid (lit. Sibling Share) is a 2010 Filipino comedy-drama film produced and released by Viva Films. The film is about two sisters, Rica (Judy Ann Santos) and Cecil (Sarah Geronimo), and how the return of their Overseas Filipino Worker parents change their sibling relationship.

Rica (Judy Ann Santos) has been very protective of her sister Cecil (Sarah Geronimo) even giving up her one true love Bong (JC de Vera) for her sisters future and after a freak accident 8 years ago at their little party store for fireworks, but as they grow up under the care of their grandmother (Gina Pareño) their parents come back (Tonton Gutierrez and Cherry Pie Picache). As they come back the girls are all grown up and Rica fears that her younger sister, Cecil, will no longer need her to look after her. Cecil later on meets and later falls in love with a con-man Edzel (Luis Manzano).



Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo (2007 Pinoy Movie)

Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo (Choked, Maybe, Help Me!), a romantic comedy movie released by Star Cinema, is an official entry to the 33rd Metro Manila Film Festival - Philippines. This is the sequel of the 2006 film Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo with Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo reprising their roles. There were some scenes filmed in Spain. Santos and Agoncillo were in attendance during the California and Hawaii international premieres.

Angie (Judy Ann Santos) and Jed (Ryan Agoncillo) are first-time parents who experience the joys and pains of raising a child. They realize that parenthood is extremely demanding and learn to sacrifice their own interests for their baby.Four years later Jed realises that he and Angie still have not been on a honeymoon he decides to take Angie to Barcelona, At first Angie protests against the honeymoon but decides to go and leaves their child with their friends Kaye and Dodie. When their mothers (Gloria Diaz and Gina Pareño) hear of the couple's departure, the grandmothers each take turns caring of the child.
After Jed and Angie return from their trip, the duo must deal with their mothers' personal issues. They realize that only after they've fulfilled their roles as children can they understand the true meaning of what it is to be a parent


One More Try (2012 Pinoy Movie)

One More Try is a 2012 Filipino romantic drama film starring Angelica Panganiban, Dingdong Dantes, Zanjoe Marudo and Angel Locsin. The film was one of the eight official entries to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival. The film was produced by Star Cinema and released December 25, 2012.

Grace (Angel Locsin) is a single mother willing to sacrifice everything to save her ill son, Botchok (Miguel Vergara). Grace lives a good life with her son and supportive boyfriend, Tristan (Zanjoe Marudo). When Botchok’s rare blood disease became severe, Grace was forced to reconnect with Botchok’s biological father, Edward (Dingdong Dantes). Edward, an accomplished man married to an equally successful Jacqueline (Angelica Panganiban), is uncomfortable with reconnecting with Grace. Having no children of their own, Jacqueline gives her blessings for Edward to reconnect with Grace to help save their son. The reconnection with Grace and Botchok starts to taint Edward and Jacqueline's marriage. What becomes of relationships when a tangled web is woven? See the movie and find out.


Close To You (2006 Pinoy Movie)

Close To You is a Filipino film starring John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, and Sam Milby. The movie was released on February 15, 2006 under Star Cinema, directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina. The year 2006 ended with 5 Star Cinema films grossing more than ₱100 million including Close To You.

Manuel and Marian have been best friends since they were kids. They are so close that they know each other's secrets...well, almost. For the last 16 years, Manuel never had the courage to tell Marian how much he loves her.
On the other hand, Marian sees Manuel as no more than her best friend. Marian's greatest love has alwaysbeen Lance (Sam), a classmate who protected her from bullies back in grade school. Ever since Lance and his family migrated abroad ten years ago, Marian never had the chance to establish contact with him again. The only thing that Marian knows is that Lance has become the lead singer of the new rock band, Orion.
Good fortune smiles on Marian when Orion decides to tour the Philippines. Marian is intent on seeing Lance again, and she brings Manuel with her on a chase that brings them around the Philippines and abroad. Manuel believes that the whole chase is futile because a popular star like Lance will not remember a simple girl like Marian, but Marian does not believe him.
When Lance and Marian finally meet again, sparks fly between them. Manuel now has to decide - Will he let his best friend be happy with her Prince Charming, or will he fight for the love that has kept him alive for the last 16 years?


The Strangers (2012 Pinoy Movie)

The Strangers is a 2012 Filipino teen horror film directed by Lawrence Fajardo. It stars Enchong Dee, Julia Montes, Enrique Gil and JM De Guzman. The film is produced by Quantum Films and MJM Productions and distributed by Star Cinema on December 25, 2012. It is also one of the official entries of the 38th Metro Manila Film Festival.

The story of this MMFF entry revolves around a family who get lost in a province and start being hunted by “the strangers” or the aswangs.


Way Back Home (2011 Pinoy Movie)

Way Back Home is a 2011 Filipino family drama film. The film was released by Star Cinema and premiered on August 17, 2011.

The film follows the story of two sisters, Ana Bartolome (Kathryn Bernardo) and Jessica Santiago (Julia Montes), who have been separated for twelve years and grew up in two totally different worlds.


I Do (2010 Pinoy Movie)

I Do is a 2010 Filipino romantic comedy film produced and released by Star Cinema. The film was released in the Philippines on September 29, 2010.

Mayumi (Erich Gonzales) is a girl with a happy disposition in life who dreams of meeting her "the one" someday. She has been dreaming of meeting her "the one" and having the perfect wedding ever since she was a little girl. When she meets Lance (Enchong Dee), a Chinese descendant, in a wedding, she immediately knows that he is "the one" she is waiting for, her faith and destiny. The two of them become lovers despite the unwillingness of their families to their relationship.
The unsupportiveness of Lance's family was shown during a birthday party, where Mayumi wore a blue dress while everyone else in the party wore red. (During celebrations, it is customary for the Chinese to wear red attires.) Lance's family talked about how she was very different in front of her in Chinese. They also tell Lance about how inappropriate his companion is.
One day, Mayumi tells her friends about her current condition, about how she recently seems to be very choosy of what to eat and also how she always feels like urinating. Her friends immediately accompany her to the drugstore, thinking of the possibility that she might be pregnant. Turns out, Mayumi is pregnant. Her family, especially her father, is very disappointed of her and tells her to move out. Mayumi temporarily lives in Lance's house. She is forced to marry Lance. Although Mayumi loves the idea of becoming Lance's bride, Lance on the other hand has doubts on Mayumi becoming his wife. He doesn't have enough money for the extravagant wedding that Mayumi wants, since his family is not very supportive on the idea of him marrying a Filipino and also because the baby is not a boy. Being a Chinese, Lance is obliged to marry also a girl of Chinese descent to keep the Chinese blood tradition. Mayumi's family on the other hand felt they were betrayed because Lance promised to marry Mayumi because of their love child. Is marrying someone because of a baby worthy of saying "I do"?


Who's That Girl (2011 Pinoy Movie)

Who’s That Girl is a 2011 Filipino Comedy/Romance film starring Anne Curtis, Luis Manzano, and Eugene Domingo produced by Viva Films and SMDC and released by Star Cinema. Who’s That Girl is a story about how a case of mistaken identity can be life-altering, told in such hilarious manner. Anne Curtis plays Elizabeth Pedrosa, a wallflower who transforms into a gorgeous and successful career woman because of her longtime dream guy, John Eduque, played by Luis Manzano. A collaboration between Director Wenn V. Deramas and writer Ms. Mel Mendoza-Del Rosario, both award-winners.

When the school wallflower gets a pep talk from the most popular campus heartthrob at her lowest moment, this becomes a life-changing moment for her.
Elizabeth (Anne Curtis) transforms into a beautiful, intelligent and successful career woman, who has often fantasized about how her dream man John Eduque (Luis Manzano) had turned out to be. Until one day, she reads his name in the obituary. Elizabeth is shattered with grief over a man she was not even romantically involved with. She goes to the wake in hysterics causing eyebrows to raise, especially the deceased’s widow. The John Eduque who died is actually the senior John Eduque, John’s father. Realizing her fumble, Elizabeth hurriedly leaves, unaware of the damage she has caused to John’s family who suspects she is the unknown mistress. Mrs. Eduque succumbs to depression therefore John takes it upon himself to avenge his mother’s misery and hunts for the mystery woman. But instead of seeking revenge on Elizabeth, John starts to fall for her the more he gets to know her.


Working Girls (2010 Pinoy Movie)

Working Girls is a 2010 Filipino comedy film remake starring Eugene Domingo, Jennylyn Mercado, Iza Calzado, Cristine Reyes, Bianca King, Eula Valdez and Ruffa Gutierrez. Directed by Jose Javier Reyes, from a screenplay by Amado Lacuesta, it was produced by GMA Films, Viva Films, and Unitel Pictures and released to cinemas on April 21, 2010 in the Philippines.

They are everyday women who all live in a world where men rule business and women rule the office. In this comedy hit of the summer, the story begins with Paula, (Eugene Domingo) the daughter-in-law of Nimfa (Gina Pareno). She is the queen of fake designer bags. She gets high earnings from her living and uses them to put her children through private school, something that her irresponsible and unemployed husband cannot provide. Then there is a single mom, Ada (Jennylyn Mercado), a young woman who is a call center agent by night and a student by day, working hard to provide for her young son. In the process, she neglects her son and puts additional strain on her relationship with her mother, Sabel (Rio Locsin). Ada is also close friends with Tobz (Carlo Aquino) who is currently having issues with his girlfriend, Wendy (Cristine Reyes) also a busy woman who does not give him time nor pleasure and whose long life goal is to become an actress. While pursuing this, she meets Rodney (Rafael Rosell), who is also an attorney to celebrity plastic surgeon, Dr. Cleo Carillo. One of her clients/friends, Marilou (Ruffa Guttierez), a beauty queen turned CEO upon the death of her husband, is also having problems with Amanda Dela Vega, her husband's daughter from another woman, and her own daughter, Dara Dela Vega (Bianca King). Dara is a Berkeley graduate who is eager to prove herself at her new job in a television show; she is struggling to manager her issues from home and her issues from her boss, Suzanne (Carmi Martin), Marilou's best friend. Another story follows Theresa (Iza Calzado), a nurse for Dr. Carillo's husband and who is content with her work but struggles to deal with her broken heart.
In the end, Paula, after a brief love affair with her temporary driver (Ricky Davao) decides to continue being a loud-mouthed and responsible wife. Ada finally decides to love Tabz while Wendy is left brokenhearted when Rodney leaves. Dara shows her wits and talent as she uncovers the truth about a protestor Dolorosa "Rose" Bonefacio (Maria Isabel Lopez), a women's rights activist. Marilou also finds some information on Amanda's schemes against the company. Lastly, there is Theresa, who finally forgives her ex-suitor and Emily.


Till My Heartaches End (2010 Pinoy Movie)

Till My Heartaches End is a 2010 Filipino romantic drama film starring Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson. It is produced and released by Star Cinema.

Paolo “Powie” Barredo (Gerald Anderson) is out to prove to the world that he can succeed in life independently, and is not just a son born out of wedlock. Despite a rough upbringing, he climbs the ladder of success. As things start falling into place and he is thrilled to achieve his goal, he puts other life matters on hold.
Agnes Garcia (Kim Chiu) always longed for the time when her family will finally be completed again. At the age 6, her parents left the country to work abroad – her mother was a medical technician in America, while her father worked as an engineer in Riyadh. Despite the distance, Agnes treasured the hope that she would reunite with her parents once again when she passes the nursing exam and applies to work in the States.
They find each other at a café and couldn't take their eyes off each other. They found solace and comfort in each other’s company. But their life paths moved them in opposite directions.


Born to Love You (2012 Pinoy Movie)

Born to Love You is a 2012 Filipino romantic film directed by Jerome Pabocan, starring Coco Martin and Angeline Quinto. The film was released under CineMedia and distributed by Star Cinema on May 30, 2012.

The film centers around Joey Liwanag (Angeline Quinto), a poor lass who works as a part-time Korean tourist guide and likes to join amateur singing contests with her two younger siblings to help her family who struggles with financial problems. Despite the hardship and low probability, Joey worked hard to save up money to go to Korea and meet her father she has always longed to meet ever since she was born.
Rex Manrique (Coco Martin) is a frustrated, very arrogant and hot-tempered photographer who is out to prove the world that he can stand on his own feet and succeed in life independently. However, the ladder of success seems to be impossible for him as he faces different complications and rejections in life and as well as his career.
The moment Rex and Joey encounters each other in a Korean wedding, these two grown a big misunderstanding and hatred towards each other making it hard for the two of them to get along in the first place. Things gets more out of hand when Rex was hired in an advertisement company where Joey was also working for—this time, as a translator. As they got to know each other, they found solace and comfort in each other's company. But their security they found in each other soon starts to shake when life takes another course and drives them in a complicated situation. Joey finally meets her biological Father, while Rex struggles finding acceptance and forgiveness for her Mother who abandoned her for another man when he was still a young boy. Although Rex cuts off their relationship, Joey tries everything that she could to help him go through his own challenges and promises Rex that she will never leave him. But when Rex finally figures out the answers to his questions and his purpose in life, he and Joey gets into a car accident making Rex decide to leave Joey and his family behind and start a new life.
After a couple of years of investigation, Joey finally finds Rex in an island in Batangas and confronts him about their relationship which they broke off unofficially. At the same time, Joey finds out that Rex turned blind after saving her life in the accident and Rex himself found forgiveness in his heart. The movie ends during Rex and Joey's wedding celebration.


Amorosa: The Revenge (2012 Pinoy Movie)

Amorosa is a 2012 Filipino psychological horror drama film directed by Topel Lee, starring Angel Aquino, Enrique Gil, and Martin del Rosario. This film was produced by Skylight Films and released last August 29, 2012 by Star Cinema.

Years ago, Amorosa (Angel Aquino), her husband, and her two boys Amiel and Rommel (Martin del Rosario and Enrique Gil) got into a car accident. Her husband died in the accident, leaving her alone to take care of her boys. In the present, she decides to move her family to a remote pension house. But once there, she discovers that the house is home to an angry spirit seeking revenge for sins committed years ago. And as she deals with the fear of this spirit popping up everywhere, she struggles to reconnect with Rommel, who hasn’t been the same since the accident.


You Are the One (2006 Pinoy Movie)

You Are The One is a 2006 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Sam Milby and Toni Gonzaga.

Cute and bubbly Sally Malasmas (Toni Gonzaga) reluctantly agrees to process her application for a visa, obeying her parent's wish that their small family be reunited. The rest of her family: mom, dad and older sister, Charry (Jodi Sta. Maria) are already residing states-side and they worry that she is lonely living in the Philippines by herself; but as far as Sally is concerned, her simple Philippine life surrounded by loyal, loving friends and co-workers is nearly perfect. During the interview, things goes awry and her application gets abruptly denied by the handsome, yet dismissive American consul, Will Derby (Sam Milby).
The next day, a bewildered Will wakes from a one-night-stand with a girl he picked up from a bar the night before and due to the notorious Manila gridlock, he misses work. He finds himself instead diverted to the Census Bureau where Sally incidentally works. Seeing an opportunity for revenge, Sally buries Will's inquiry form beneath an already mounting pile of paperwork. As she expected, Will waits all day for his turn through sweltering heat and hunger until he gets fed up and finally confronts the scheming Sally. She gives him a dose of his own medicine and nonchallantly brushes him off, informing him that his form cannot be processed properly because it is incomplete and that he must return the next day since its time for her to go home. An outraged Will cries foul to Sally's supervisor, who sides with him. Thus, in order to redeem the bureau's reputation, Sally is ordered to stay behind after hours until Will finds the information he needs.
As it turns out, Will's cold and sullen demeanor is due to him agonizing over the search for his birth parents and any remaining family members he may still have in the Philippines; but more importantly, the reason why he was given up for adoption, a question that has been gnawing at him for years. Sympathizing with Will's plight, Sally takes it upon herself to help him find what he's looking for and through this common purpose the pair bonds and grows closer.
But it seems that each has a different idea of exactly what their new-found friendship means to the other. Will's casual relationships with women conflicts with Sally's more traditional, old-fashioned virtues. Together, they must set aside differences, overcome clashing cultural prejudices and ethnocentric beliefs; otherwise, unsettled issues may put a stopper to their blossoming romance before they get the chance to realize its full potential.


24/7 in Love (2012 Pinoy Movie)

24/7 in Love is a 2012 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by John D. Lazatin, Mae Czarina Cruz, Frasco Santos Mortiz and Dado Lumibao from Star Cinema. The film was released nationwide on November 21, 2012. The film is a romance anthology in which several characters are involved in various crazy antics for love’s sake. The ensemble cast is composed of selected Star Magic's talents to celebrate the agency's 20th year anniversary.

Jane (Kathryn Bernardo), a die-hard fan, wants to win tickets to Billy Fernandez's (Daniel Padilla) concert. To do this she must answer the question, "What would you do if it was the end of the world?" In search for this answer she meets different people with different love stories: a 40-year old virgin named Virgie (Pokwang) who meets a gigolo named Charles (Sam Milby); a hopeless romantic secretary, Barbara (Maja Salvador) who is helping her boss, Ken (Diether Ocampo) with "personal issues"; Verna (Angelica Panganiban) who falls in love with a waiter named Elvis (John Lloyd Cruz) in Vietnam; Belle (Bea Alonzo) who is in love with her gay best-friend, Butch (Zanjoe Marudo), an active-executive; Jomar (Zaijan Jaranilla) who is trying to court Ayie (Xyriel Manabat) with the help of a 35 year old mentally-challenged man named Pipoy (Piolo Pascual); Patty (Kim Chiu) who traces her first love, Alvin (Gerald Anderson) to become a model for her company.


Jose Rizal (1998 Pinoy Movie)

Description : Imprisoned in Fort Santiago under the abusive Spanish colonization, José Rizal (Cesar Montano) was approached by a young uneducated indio asking the importance of education during his life. Meanwhile, in Balintawak, Andrés Bonifacio (Gardo Versoza) and his fellow secret organization of Katipunan, commenced the uprising against the cruel tyranny created by the Spaniards by tearing their cedula as a sign of Spanish slavery.
Soon, a first lieutenant of the Artillery, Luis Taviel de Andrade (Jamie Fabregas), visited Rizal. Taviel de Andrade did not waste time to study carefully Rizal's case. In just a short period of time, Rizal and Taviel captured each other's sympathy and eventually became friends as they had usual meetings in Rizal's cell in Fort Santiago. Taviel was even able to celebrate Christmas with Rizal in the cell where they drank and sang together.
After Christmas, Rizal was sent to Royal Audiencia (the colonial court of appeal) to hear the trial against him. Soon after, the magistrates decided to condemn him under firing squad on the 30th of the morning in Luneta.
At the night before the execution, Rizal hallucinates, seeing his alter ego-protagonist Simoun of his novel El Filibusterismo tempting the author to change the climax of the story.
On the morning of the execution, his kin received a small alcohol stove (not a gas lamp as commonly portrayed) from his cell containing the last poem "Mi Ultimo Adios." Stopping at the place of execution facing the rising sun, Rizal asked the authorities for a last request as he faces the firing squad but the request is denied. Calm and without haste, he changed his request to save his head during execution and the captain agrees. At the moment the shooting squad points at his back, he readily uttered his final words: Consummatum est. (It is done.)
After the execution, members of the Katipunan had ambushed a Spanish military company somewhere in Manila, completely catching the Spanish forces off guard and seized their mounts, munitions and their rifles. They had also captured a church and executed a friar in an act of vengeance for the execution of Rizal. Bonifacio and his top generals met in their headquarters to plan a new offensive seeking to capture 10 towns in a duration of 1 week from the Spanish. Rizal's picture can be seen at the background of his headquarters.


Sex Drive (2003 Pinoy Movie +18)

Description : A 'sexperienced' fashion photographer and a broken-hearted fashion model take on a journey of fun and sex going to Sagada. Along the way they pick up an amnesia-hit guy starting a chain of conflicts.



Rigodon (2012 Pinoy Movie +18)

Description : The soon-to-be controversial actress plays the role of Sarah, a woman in despair who shares a passionate night with Riki (played by John James Uy), only to find out that the guy she’s seeing is a former teen star who is running away from bosses, loan sharks, and ex-wives. Rigodon tackles about secret lives, hidden passions, deceit, betrayal, vengeance, and peeping eyes.


Mistah (1994 Pinoy Movie)

Description : Witness the soldiers who risk their lives for the protection of the people.

Giving up their personal hapiness to respond to the call of duty, the dedicated servicemen encounter tremendous excitement in the battlefield as the conflict between Christians and Muslims soar in Mindanao.

A heartwarmng story about camaraderie and dedication.

Directed by Ricardo ‘Bebong’ Osario

Robin Padilla, Rustom Padilla, Daniel Fernando, Joko Diaz, Roi Vinzon, Rommel Padilla


My Sassy Girl (2001 Tagalog-Dubbed South Korean Movie)

My Sassy Girl (Korean: 엽기적인 그녀; literally, That Bizarre Girl) is a 2001 South Korean romantic comedy film directed by Kwak Jae-yong. 
The film was extremely successful in South Korea and was the highest grossing Korean comedy of all time. When My Sassy Girl was released throughout East Asia, it became a mega blockbuster hit in the entire region, from Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, as well as Southeast Asia, to the point where it was drawing comparisons to Titanic.

It tells the story of a man's chance meeting with a drunk girl on the train which changes his life. It is ostensibly based on a true story posted on the internet in a series of blog posts written by Kim Ho-sik, which was later adapted into a novel.


No Other Woman (2011 Pinoy Movie)

No Other Woman is a 2011 Filipino romantic drama film starring Anne Curtis, Derek Ramsay, and Cristine Reyes.
The film is notable for breaking box office records in the Philippines. It currently holds the title of third highest grossing Filipino film of all time having grossed P278 million but was dethroned by the 2012 Metro Manila Film Fest entry, Sisterakas. The film was also screened in select cities internationally.
Though regarded as one of the memorable romance-drama movies for Filipinos and the second highest grossing Filipino film of all time, the film received mixed reviews from local film critics. Critics criticized the weak ending of the story line which is strong especially at the middle part but praised the film for memorable one-liners and the values in the movie.

Furniture supplier Ram (Derek Ramsay) is happily married to Charmaine (Cristine Reyes). One day, Ram lands a big client, a new luxury resort. But he needs the help of Kara (Anne Curtis), the daughter of the owner of the resort, to finalize the deal. Kara's help, however, comes with a price, because she fancies Ram to be her lover. Not before long, Kara successfully seduces Ram, even though she knows about his marriage. When Charmaine learns of the affair, she finds ways to fight for her husband's waning attention.

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