“Lyca will win it. No doubt.”
From 3-way fight, road rage case ends in handshakes
I immensely enjoy chatting with amiga mia, Eugene Domingo, through Viber. Her joie de vivre is infectious. Uge has just returned from Spain.
When I heard the sad news about the sudden demise of Aida Fandialan, Batangas Gov. Vilma Santos’ trusted friend/executive assistant, I got worried about the actress-politician. Anyone close to Ate Vi knows how indispensable Tita Aida was in her life—she never got married; her entire life was devoted to the governor.
The recovering Filipino movie industry is coming up with more productions these days, most of them “indie,” but only a few of them manage to get playdates in local cineplexes, which continue to favor across-the-board releases of Hollywood blockbusters, like the “blanket,” near-total dominance of the new “Transformers” sequel in the last week of June.