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Please be careful with her heart

NORA Aunor in “Thy Womb,” for which she has won global acclaim

I’ve been watching this reality drama starring Nora Aunor. Unlike my favorite “Be Careful With My Heart,” which has no villain, this La Aunor telenovela has a contravida.   President Aquino’s [initial] nonresponse merely fueled speculations—that he is a Vilmanian; that his sister Kris had a hand in all this; that Nora is in this […]

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Unique stellar combinations fascinate moviegoers

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POE AND ESTRADA. Often cast as the sterling hero and his irascible “frenemy.”

When producers cast stars in new projects, they’re after a stellar combination that’s novel, unique, and plays on the lead actors’ individual strengths, on point of compatibility, contrast or even combustible “conflict.”

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The best is yet to come

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Lino Brocka: Delayed “homecoming” in Cannes

Hot on the heels of our recent article on the best and/or most seminally instructive movies ever made, now comes some film buff’s query about those exceptional movies’ local counterparts: “What are the titles of the most outstanding Filipino movie productions ever filmed?”

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Ex-convict Dolphy Jr. now pastor, thanks to dad

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DOLPHY

“I love you, thank you for teaching me forgiveness.” This was Rodolfo Dominguez Quizon Jr.’s “final message” for his father, Philippine entertainment’s comedy king, Dolphy, who will be buried this afternoon at Heritage Park in Taguig City.

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Joseph Estrada saddened by Dolphy’s death

Actor Richard Gutierrez had allegedly cursed and pointed fingers at some Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic officials who apprehended his driver for overspeeding along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City, Radyo Inquirer reports.

Former president Joseph Estrada expressed sadness over the death of Comedy King Dolphy.

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