Juday is as impressive as ever
TESS Colina, televiewer: “One actress who continues to impress me is Judy Ann Santos. She rarely figures in any controversy, yet she remains one of Tinseltown’s most productive stars. I’m amazed at how she has blossomed into a beautiful woman after motherhood. I hope a good film project will come her way to once again showcase her dramatic prowess.”
Roselle Buenaventura, theater actress: “‘Bubble Gang’ has always been my favorite gag show, because it tackles funny situations that reflect everyday life. The actors led by Michael V and Ogie Alcasid are gifted comedians—unlike many local comics who rely on their subjects’ physical imperfections and toilet humor to elicit laughter. They’re creative in coming up with funny, new characters that aren’t boring to watch. And their ‘Boy Pick-Up’ segment is a must-watch!”
Lester Uy, student: “It puzzles me no end why the major TV networks release contrasting TV data that prove their alleged ‘supremacy’ in the ratings. Viewers feel like they’re being taken for a ride. Why don’t they employ one ratings-tracing group, instead? The disparity is so obvious, especially when you compare the various data alongside each other.”
Kim Morales, physical therapist: “After his attention-calling, gender-bending turn in ‘Zombadings,’ Mart Escudero is finally appearing in another comedy, Wenn Deramas’ ‘5 Morons and a Crying Lady.’ He made quite an impression in his launching movie—so, we hope that Mart and his handlers chose the right project to boost his stock.”
Benigno Cirujales, businessman: “Stars who plan to embark on a political career should take their cue from movie actors-turned-senators who are part of the on-going impeachment trial. Only one of them figures positively in it. The last time a senator-actor spoke, he made a laughing stock out of himself.
“Some actors think that, because they’re popular, they can be whoever they want to be, due to their vote-generating drawing power. Kawawa naman ang bayan natin!”
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