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#InquirerSeven Last movies of Fernando Poe Jr.

By: - NewsLab Lead
/ 06:04 PM December 14, 2014

MANILA, Philippines — As the nation remembers the 10th death anniversary of Fernando Poe Jr.—the award-winning movie superstar, national artist for film, and presidential candidate—INQUIRER.net looks at the last seven movies he starred in before his sudden death in 2004.

These are the #InquirerSeven last movies of FPJ, the man known to many as “Da King.”

  1. Pakners (2003)

“Da King” Fernando Poe co-starred with Pool’s “The Magician” Efren “Bata” Reyes in this action-comedy film directed by Tony Reyes.



  1. Ang Alamat Ng Lawin (2002)

Poe directed and starred in this action-fantasy film as the hero “Lawin” to defeat the forces of evil with four children who become endowed with superpowers.


  1. Batas Ng Langsangan (2002)

Actor-Director Poe played Major Ruben Medrano in this action-drama film with Dina Bonnevie.


  1. Ayos Na… Ang Kasunod (2000)

Poe starred with Ara Mina and Jimmy Santos in this action-comedy directed by Boots Plata.


  1. Ang Dalubhasa (2000)

Another acting-directing stint by Poe, this action-drama film features him as a military surgeon seeking revenge after surviving a massacre that killed his family.


  1. Isusumbong Kita Sa Tatay Ko (1999)

Poe starred as the father of Judy Ann Santos in this action-comedy film directed by Boots Plaza.

  1. Ang Pagbabalik ng Probinsyano (1998)

Poe starred and directed in this action-drama sequel to the first Probinsyano film back in 1997.


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