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Show biz sweethearts bound for Splitsville

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Show Town sweethearts are Splitsville-bound, the grapevine says. Rakish Beau boldly claimed his relationship with Luscious Starlet was going strong. But only hours after that public declaration, rumors of an impending split-up broke in cyberspace. What?

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Feistily funny ladies, all in a row

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EUGENE Domingo combines popularity and quality.

Our recent piece on Joan Rivers and her promising “successors” on the American comedy scene today dovetails into a companion survey of local female comedy lights. Who are the funniest Filipino women on the TV-film-stand-up scene these days?

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Mixed results for AiAi and Eugene

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DOMINGO. Went dramatic in “Barber’s Tales.”

Anna Bartolome, teacher: “One actress who’s hell-bent on reinventing herself, from comedienne to serious actress, is AiAi de Alas. However, her Cinemalaya starrer, ‘Ronda,’ wasn’t as well received as her comedic starrers. Critics were mixed in their reviews of her dramatic portrayal.

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‘Barber’s Tale:’ A tribute to strong women

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JUN ROBLES Lana (right) directs the cast, led by Eugene Domingo (second from left) and Iza Calzado (third from right), in a remote town in Quezon province. facebook photo

Filmmaker Jun Robles Lana recalls having soldiers, priests and insurgents in his clan.

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Award-worthy portrayals animate ‘Barber’s Tales’

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DOMINGO (WITH BUENCAMINO, FOREGROUND). Smart enough to know that  ululations of grief don’t necessarily result in textured characterization.

IN “Mga Kuwentong Barbero” (Barber’s Tales), Eugene Domingo’s boundless dramatic gifts continue to unravel as she delivers a master class in thespic restraint and subtlety in her prized portrayal of subservient housewife, Marilou Aguallo, who takes over the barbershop left by her verbally abusive husband, Jose (Daniel Fernando), when he suddenly dies in his sleep.

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