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Friends in love

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DANTES AND ALONZO. New screen partnership to root for.

Director Mae Czarina Cruz’s “She’s The One” resonates with moviegoers, because its oft-tackled themes are presented in situations viewers from different age groups can relate to. And while its I’m-secretly-in-love-with-my-best-friend premise may have been done many times in the past (remember the Sharon-Aga rom-com, “Kung Ako Na Lang Sana”?), the Bea Alonzo-Dingdong Dantes starrer breezily hits its narrative stride with clockwork precision—and with finely tuned characterizations.

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Love temporarily takes a backseat for Bea

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Bea Alonzo said she was so busy she had not spent quality time with boyfriend actor Zanjoe Marudo in over two months now.

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Veritable feast of textured characterizations

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ALONZO. Pulls out  all the emotional stops.

Thanks to director Cathy Garcia-Molina’s unique penchant for motivating her actors to come up with insightfully textured portrayals, her current film, “Four Sisters and a Wedding,” is a veritable feast of unexpectedly different and perceptively “differentiated” characterizations, some of them surprising to behold and savor because, in the past, the actors involved usually failed to measure up.

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Complex balancing act in stellar ‘dramedy’

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GONZAGA, LOCSIN, DEE, ALONZO AND MAGDAYAO. Portray siblings in “Four Sisters and A Wedding.”

“Four sisters and A Wedding” occasionally goes off the rails when it takes protracted strides to give equal exposure to its lead actresses: Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga, Shaina Magdayao and Angel Locsin. But, we have to give props to director Cathy Garcia-Molina for pulling off a high-wire balancing act without scrimping on the chatty—and catty—charms of her cinematic muses.

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Hunky star, dangerous lover play with fire

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The whispers are getting louder: Hunky Heartthrob has hooked a new closeted benefactor, High-profile Politico, who’s rich and wields considerable power.

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Chopper privileges for boss’ favorites

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ANDI not yet okay with mom    FACEBOOK PHOTO

No wonder Glamorous Starlet used to fly high, in spite of a less-than-pristine reputation. She was the “favorite pet” of Influential Insider. Sources claim that GS was called “Ma’am” by underlings who knew the real score.

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Torn between two starlets, phantom of the ‘operada’

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MARIAN Rivera

Remember matinee idol, who was caught by a shutterbug holding hands with Stunning Starlet other than his Screen Partner? Seems MI is flaunting his affair with SS in spite of the studio’s plans to build him up with SP.

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Cute rival irks handsome hunk–again

CHRISTIAN Bautista

Cute actor just gave Handsome Hunk another reason to go ballistic. CA snapped up a lucrative project once attached to HH. It was a slap on HH’s face (he thought he could hold on to the deal forever).

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Talk about underwhelmed

On Sunday’s “Gandang Gabi Vice,” the host gushed about guests Bea Alonzo and Zanjoe Marudo, like so: “You are both beautiful, taken individually, but when you’re together you look even better, don’t you think?” Alonzo’s reply: “Okey lang.” Emmie G. Velarde

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Visiting Artist’s clueless answers stump reporters

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Enterprising Reporter had a tough time interviewing Visiting Artist. Seemed VA couldn’t give substantial, or even just sensible, answers to even the simplest questions. Exasperated, ER decided to ask VA about matters of the heart. The question: Was VA making beautiful music with Fellow Performer?   VA looked stumped for real, and asked back: “What [...]

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Textured portrayals buoy up latest John Lloyd-Bea starrer

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ALONZO AND CRUZ. Time-honed chemistry.

WATCHING John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Ronaldo Valdez and Hilda Koronel strut their thespic stuff in Olivia Lamasan’s “The Mistress” is instructive: They deliver the goods, but their contrasting acting styles effectively convey their characters’ emotions and motivations—from raging bluster to fleeting moments of calm.

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Adultery a no-no to Lloydie

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JOHN Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo star in “The Mistress.”

One of my fave books of all time is “Advice to a Young Wife from an Old Mistress” by Michael Drury. It basically says that, to be a good wife, you sometimes must know how to act like a mistress.   The unspoken dynamics and emotional capacities of a three-way love affair is what Star [...]

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