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Bashers, beware of this Barretto

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JULIA: “They have no right to make anyone feel small.”

Teen actress Julia Barretto was “depressed” when her teamup with Enrique Gil on the TV series “Mira Bella” drew negative comments on Twitter from loyal supporters of JulQuen, the actor’s screen tandem with fellow ABS-CBN contract artist Julia Montes.

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Long litany of ‘required’ atonements

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DEE. Incredibly noble, “transformative” character shift.

Last month, “Muling Buksan Ang Puso” concluded its storytelling, and it was a lallapalooza of an ending, with three of the series’ leads at death’s door—namely, its young female protagonist, Julia Montes, and the half-siblings who both loved her, played by Enrique Gil and Enchong Dee—!

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‘Medical’ challenges lead TV dramas into sullen cul de sacs

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BERNARDO AND PADILLA. Their oddly divergent roles compromise their tandem’s fresh appeal.

Have you noticed the strange “character thrust” that’s the in thing on TV drama series this season? On the recently concluded “Muling Buksan Ang Puso,” Enrique Gil’s character had a heart condition. On “Akin Pa Rin Ang Bukas,” Lovi Poe suffers from pretty much the same serious ailment.   On “Got To Believe,” Daniel Padilla [...]

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Newscasters’ unprofessional excesses scored

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“MY HUSBAND’S LOVER.” Tackles intriguing theme with maturity.

“I have stopped watching local news programs, because I get irritated by the obligatory drama and frenetic tone of our newscasters as they deliver news stories. Their ‘rapido’-style delivery unnerves more than it impresses!

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Waiting for Santino’s return

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ABELLANA. A joy to watch.

“Paging ABS-CBN! Since ‘May Bukas Pa’ is being shown again on the Jeepney Channel, when will you continue the story of Santino (Zaijian Jaranilla)? I remember him saying, ‘Hindi pa tapos ang aking tungkulin’ in the last episode. It’s been three years.”

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