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Archive for the ‘Tagalog’ Category

(2009) Sagwan
 
Directed by: Monti Parungao
Written by: Franklin Jundak, Arnold Mendoza
Genre: Drama
Rating: 5.4
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino, Tagalog
Plot:

Cast:

Ryan Dungo (Alfred), Dennis Torres (Eman), Martina Wilson (Cecilia), Mark Portus (Nato), Heherson ‘Giggle’ Esmeralda (Taliyah), Alexander ‘Tsoknut’ Castillo (Marimar), Arnold Mendoza (Ka Celso), Gino Cabrillas (Tarugo), Adrian Campos (Tado), Anton Vincent Malco (Junior), Erie Obsena (Bunso), Arman Gutierrez (Ka Mario), Brix Carpio (Sir Dexter), Franklin Jundak (Sir Mark), Karl Emmanuel Carrascal (Sir Louie)

(2009) Campus Crush
 
Directed by: Crisaldo Pablo
Written by: Crisaldo Pablo
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rating:
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino, Tagalog
Plot:

Cast:

Joeffrey Javier (Cris), Arjay Carreon (Edge), Chamyto Aguedan (Chamyto), Francis Sienes (Knoxx), Casper Vargas (Casper), Greggy Buquia (Grace), Danilo Lee (Hunk 1), Erwin Engalan (Swim Instructor), Christopher Nocon (Mr. Chairman), Med Valentus Jr. (Teacher (as Med V.)), Paolo Edades (Schoolmate / Party People), Rodel Dapulag (Schoolmate / Party People), Dirk Caseres (Schoolmate / Party People), Brian Balancio (Schoolmate / Party People), Joshue ‘Pong’ Pillarian (Schoolmate / Party People)

(2009) Little Boy Big Boy
 
Directed by: Joselito Altarejos
Written by: Lex Bonife
Genre: Drama
Rating:
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino, Tagalog
Plot:

Cast:

Paolo Rivero, Douglas Robinson, Renz Valerio, Sophia Baars

(2009) Heavenly Touch
 
Directed by: Joel Lamangan
Written by: Manny Valera, Joel Lamangan
Genre: Drama
Rating: 3.9
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino, Tagalog
Plot:

Cast:

Paolo Serrano (Rodel), Joash Balejado (Jonard), Marco Morales (Biboy), Gwen Garci (Sheila), Paolo Rivero (Sandy), Jeffrey Santos (Sir Tong), Jim Pebanco (Mama Orange), Irma Adlawan (Lydia), John Apacible (Mayor), Raquel Villavicencio (Mila), Alcris Galura (Gerry (as Alchris Galura)), Allan Noble (Andoy), Lilet Penano (Doreen), Bryan Capispisan (Masseur), Chad Diaz (Masseur)

(2005) Masahista [The Masseur]
 
Directed by: Brillante Mendoza
Written by: Ferdinand Lapuz, Brillante Mendoza
Genre: Drama
Rating: 6.5
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino, Tagalog, English
Plot:

Iliac is a young masseur who went home to Pampanga to find out that his bedridden father is dead. Iliac assists in the preparation of his father’s burial including dressing his dead father up inside the morgue.

Cast:

Coco Martin (Iliac), Jacklyn Jose (Naty), Allan Paule (Alfredo / Marina Hidalgo), Katherine Luna (Tessa), Paolo Rivero (Andrew), Kristoffer King (Lester (as Kristopher King)), R.U. Miranda, Jayson Colis, Adan Bolivar, Marvin Bautista, Kim Redoble, Randel Reyes, Joel Ilagan, J.D. Basco, Domineek Almoete

(2008) Daybreak
 
Directed by: Adolfo Alix Jr.
Written by: Charliebebs Gohetia
Genre: Romance
Rating: 4.2
Country: Philippines
Language: Filipino, Tagalog
Plot:

A married man is having an affair with another man. After some time apart, the two men spend a night together in a family vacation home in Taal, Batangas. Together in such close quarters, the two are left with nothing to do but to confront the realities of their relationship. The movie opens with William (Paolo Rivero), a doctor driving up to Tagaytay City to meet his secret lover JP (Coco Martin), a handsome young fellow with beautiful tanned skin in his mid-twenties. While driving, William was engaged in a cell phone conversation with his wife who was asking when he will return home. William made up an alibi saying that he has an unexpected appointment in Tagaytay and will probably be back in Manila the next day. On the other hand, JP was waiting in a public viewing park of the Taal Volcano to join William in his Tagaytay escapade. JP is a local boatman and tour guide in Taal, Batangas and William’s secret lover for a year now. Although, it was not specifically reiterated in the movie, listening to their dialogue, one will learn that the two men obviously met during one of William and his wife’s visit to Taal Volcano. If William has a wife, JP on the other hand, has a girlfriend. The two did not see each other for two months partly because William is very busy being a Makati physician and partly because he is a family man. While JP had spent two months secretly waiting for William while keeping himself busy with his boating job and his girlfriend. Deep inside, the two lovers missed each other so much. When they reached the rest house, William cooked pasta and they ate and drunk wine together. It was, however the last night that the two lovers will share their love with each other as William is scheduled to leave for Australia. William wants to call it quits but doesn’t know how to break the bad news to JP who is already emotionally attached to him albeit they really didn’t have an agreement that they are indeed a couple. The tension starts when William tells JP that he’s leaving the country. Several scenes and dialogue lead up to the climax as JP was reluctant to accept the fact that it was the end of their relationship. The two men spent the night talking about their past including happy and unforgettable memories while browsing their pictures. The night has been a beautiful night. Their intimacy renewed and they made love as pleasurable as ever. But as the daybreak comes, William remained firm to his decision, leaving for Australia and ending his relationship with JP. The movie ends as William is driving back to Manila again and JP, alone in the nocturnal Tagaytay rest house and numbed to the truth that their relationship is doomed in just one night.

Cast:

Coco Martin (JP), Paolo Rivero (William)

(2005) Bathhouse
 
Directed by: Crisaldo Pablo
Written by: Jet Alcantara
Genre: Drama
Rating: 5.0
Country: Philippines
Language: Tagalog, Filipino, English
Plot:

This steamy thriller takes place in a Filipino bathhouse where gay men meet to relax, unwind, and even enjoy sexual contact in the back room. But when a mismatched couple hooks up on one heady night, the repercussions prove devastating for one of the men. Crisaldo Pablo (DOUBT) shot this provocative tale in 2005.

Cast:

Jet Alcantara, Andoy Ranay, Rey Pumaloy, John Lapus, Ray An Dulay


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