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Missing Ogie and Michael V

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Missing Ogie and Michael V

/ 12:20 AM August 20, 2016
VIEWERS want comedic duo to reunite.

VIEWERS want comedic duo to reunite.

Pete Labra, televiewer: “The comic tandem of Michael V and Ogie Alcasid on ‘Bubble Gang’ is sorely missed. Their comic antics were very effective and comparable to the comedic duo of Dolphy and Panchito.

“Both tandems clicked with audiences because they were fine performers who were able to incorporate their musicality into their acts. I can’t wait for Michael V and Ogie to reunite someday!”

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Marla Asis: “I went to watch ‘Tuos’ because I’m a Noranian. True enough, Ate Guy delivered. But, more than that, the visuals were quietly beautiful, and the chants were haunting.

“The film used Kinaray-a, which is a great way to introduce the audience to the diversity of Filipino languages. The cast was brilliant—the most pleasant surprise was Barbie Forteza, who held her own beside Nora.”

Cynthia Lingcong, office employee: “Ronwaldo Martin, Coco Martin’s younger brother, also rises! In ‘Pamilya Ordinaryo,’ it seems that the role was written with him in mind. He is believable in his role as a ‘batang kalye.’”

Felipa Zamora, educator: “I was elated when I learned that the senior leads of ‘Hiblang Abo,’ Lou Veloso, Jun Urbano, Nanding Josef and Leo Rialp, were adjudged best supporting actor ensemble winners in the recently concluded Cinemalaya film fest.

“They were so effective in their roles that I thought any one of them deserved an acting award. Well, I asked for only one, but got four, instead!” E-mail  baisandy@yahoo.com

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