Friday, January 19, 2018

Siete Dolores (1968)


Siete Dolores (1968) Nestor de Villa, Eddie Rodriguez & Luis Gonzales



1968, Louise de Mesa (Story), Luis Enriquez (Direction), Nilo Saez (Screenplay), Siete Dolores (1968) Nestor de Villa - Eddie Rodriguez & Luis Gonzales, Tony Maiquez (music), Virgo Film Productions, 

AJ Perez (1993 - 2011)

AJ PEREZ (February 17, 1993 – April 17, 2011)
Metro Manila



 2010 Mamarazzi 
 2010 Cinco 
 2010 Babe, I Love You 
 2006 Kasal, kasali, kasalo 
 2009 BFF: Best friend Forever
 2009 Ang tanging pamilya (A Marry-Go-Round!) 
 2008 Magkaibigan
 2007 Bahay kubo: A pinoy mano po!
 2007 Abt Ur Luv, Ur Lyf 2! 
 2007 Sakal, sakali, saklolo
 2006 - All ABout a Girl

Sa Pagitan ng Dalawang Langit (1975) Dante Rivero, Gina Pareno & MAuren Ava Viera



Sa Pagitan ng Dalawang Langit (1975)


Friday, January 12, 2018

Jed Napoles (1983 - )



Jerald Napoles (born March 2, 1983) is a Filipino theater actor and a comedian known for his role as Tolits in the musical stage play Rak of Aegis. He is a talent of 

Triple A Management and is currently working on GMA Network as a host in the weekly variety show Sunday PinaSaya and an actor in That's My Amboy portraying the role of 
Tope

Napoles finished high school at Torres High School in Gagalangin, Tondo, Manila. He had been juggling acting and his studies at Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila taking 

Chemical Engineering, but he eventually had quit college to focus on his passion for performing.



Early years: Theater career
Napoles who loves dancing fell into acting accidentally when his English teacher in high school, Ethel Rocha, ask him if he wants to join the production of a stage 

play musical. Jesus Christ Superstar was his first taste of theater when he accepted the offer.[2] With the guidance of theater actor Arnold Reyes, Napoles auditioned 

for Dulaang UP’s musical remake of St. Louis Loves Dem Filipinos and Tanghalang Pilipino’s Noli Me Tangere musical. He also did a song from Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah Ze 

Muzikal.[3] Since then, he had worked with almost all professional theater companies in the Philippines. His most popular role on stage was Tolits, the love interest 

of lead cast "Aileen" (played by Aicelle Santos and Kim Molina), where he alternated with Kapamilya stars Pepe Herrera and Benj Manalo in the hit Pinoy musical Rak Of 
Aegis.

2010–present: Comedy actor
His role as Jograd in the re-staging of the musical Magsimula Ka gave him the nod into starting his showbiz career in 2010. He became part of Triple A Talent 

Management when Jojo Oconer, the COO of Triple A, offered him to join their talent pool. He was part of the 2011 reimagining of the classic sitcom Iskul Bukol of TV5 

where he played a student-janitor named Itor.

In 2012, following his break in Magsimula Ka, Napoles was cast in the musical Care Divas as Kayla, one of the five transgender Overseas Filipino Workers in Israel — 

the only straight guy to play one of the transgender divas in the musical’s original run.The same year, he was part of the TV5's remake of the epic series Valiente

Napoles got his big theater break in 2014 when he landed the role of Tolits in the comedy-musical Rak of Aegis where he received rave reviews from critics about his 

performance.He also played a meatier role on television when he transferred to GMA Network with his first project as Macario Sakay in the historical drama series 
Katipunan.

The following year, Napoles was included as co-host in the weekly variety show of GMA Network entitled Sunday PinaSaya along with Primetime Queen Marian Rivera, Comedy 

Queen Ai Ai delas Alas and the comic duo Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola.He was also in the cast of My Faithful Husband playing the role of Mars, the gay confidante of 

the lead character, Emman, played by Dennis Trillo.

For a short period of time, Napoles was among the three celebrity bluffer in the season finale of the late night comedy game show Celebrity Bluff.He is currently part 
of the romantic-comedy series That's My Amboy as Tope.




Television series
Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2017 Super Ma'am Esteban Golo GMA Network Supporting role
Impostora Nimfa's Father Special participation
2016 That's My Amboy Tope Supporting role
2015 My Faithful Husband Mars
2013 Katipunan Macario Sakay
2012 Valiente Domeng TV5
2011 Iskul Bukol Itor Main cast
Nasaan Ka Elisa? Cecile's Henchman ABS-CBN Uncredited role
2010 Impostor Don Manuel's Henchman Uncredited role
2009 May Bukas Pa Simon Valencia Uncredited role
Television shows[edit]
Year Title Role Network Ref.
2017 All Star Videoke All Star Laglager GMA Network
2016–2017 Superstar Duets Contestant
2015–present Sunday PinaSaya Mainstay
2015–2016 Sarap Diva Co-host
2016 Celebrity Bluff Celebrity bluffer




Drama anthologies
Title Year Episode Role Network Ref.
Wagas 2015 Tita Swarding & Betty Love Story Tita Swarding GMA News TV
Rambo & Mira Love Story Rambo
Dangwa Friends 2 Forever Tonyo GMA Network
Magpakailanman 2014 The Christopher Villegas Story: Siga Noon, Beki Ngayon Geraldine


Film
Year Title Role Producer(s) Notes Ref.
2017 Haunted Forest TBA Regal Entertainment Supporting role
Northern Lights: A Journey to Love N/A Spring Films, Regal Entertainment, Star Cinema Supporting role
2016 Camp Sawi Pilot / Camp Assistant Viva Films Supporting role
Sins of the Wasteland The Stranger Supporting role; short film
2015 #WalangForever Tonypet Quantum Films Supporting role
Baka Siguro Yata Gio Monoxide Works, Punchkick Productions Supporting role
You're My Boss Bojeck Star Cinema Supporting role
2014 English Only, Please Manliligaw Quantum Films Cameo role
In Darkness We Live N/A Supporting role
The Janitor N/A Supporting role
2012 Melodrama Negra N/A Cinema One Originals Supporting role
Madaling Araw Mahabang Gabi N/A Paranomanila Pictures Supporting role
2011 Le Marquis Le Garde du Tarmac Few, Pathé, TF1 Films Production Supporting role
2010 Dagim Gorio Cinema One Originals, RSVP Film Studios, Provill Supporting role
Magkakapatid N/A Cinemalaya Foundation, Quantum Films Supporting role
2009 Esclaves Des Mers N/A Arte France, Pierre Javaux Productions Supporting role; TV movie
2006 Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo Lito Cinemalaya Foundation, Red Door Productions Supporting role
Saan Nagtatago Ang Happiness? Tambay Cinemalaya Foundation, Mediarevolution Film Productions Special Participation



Theatre
Year Title Role Producer(s) Ref.
2014 Rak of Aegis Tolits PETA
2012 Care Divas Kayla PETA, Repertory Philippines
2011 Noli Me Tangere Elias Tanghalang Pilipino
2010 Magsimula Ka Jograd Spotlight Artist Center
2007 Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah Ze Muzikal Itay Zombie Tanghalang Pilipino
2005 St. Louis Loves Dem Filipinos N/A Dulaang UP
2000 Jesus Christ Superstar N/A Music Museum Group, Inc

Meg Imperial (1993 - )


Mary Grace Baydal Imperial, better known by her stage name Meg Imperial (born 20 January 1993), is a Filipino actress born in Taytay, Rizal, Philippines. She auditioned for ABS-CBN's Goin' Bulilit, but was not accepted because she was 13 and considered too old for the role. She was known as QT in Midnight DJ, a defunct horror show of TV5.



She was previously a Star Magic artist before transferring networks and is currently under Viva Artists Agency and GMA Artist Center. [2][3] From 2013–2014, she appeared in two afternoon series; she played an antagonist role in Galema: Anak ni Zuma before having her very first leading role on Moon of Desire. In 2017, she portrayed an antagonist role in the hit afternoon series D' Originals, her very first antagonistic role and biggest break in her acting career, as she signed an exclusive contract with GMA Network.



Television series
2017-2018 Super Ma'am Ma'am Jessica Montesa Supporting role / Antagonist GMA Network
2017 All Star Videoke Herself Celebrity player
Wowowin Guest co-host
Sunday PinaSaya Episode guest
Tadhana
Wagas GMA News TV
2017 Road Trip Herself Guest traveller GMA Network
Wish Ko Lang Rhissa Mistula Main role / Episode guest
Karelasyon Episode guest / Antagonist
Eat Bulaga! Herself Guest / Contestant
D' Originals Alice Lucero / Alice Perez Main role / Antagonist
2016 FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Maribel "Marie" Alegre Guest appearance / Antagonist ABS-CBN
Danny Zialcita's Bakit Manipis ang Ulap? Alexandra "Alex" Villafuerte Main role / Antagonist TV5
2014 Moon of Desire Ayla "DJ Lav" Ricafrente-Bustamante Lead role / Protagonist ABS-CBN
2013-2014 Jim Fernandez's Galema: Anak ni Zuma Gina Castillo Main role / Antagonist
2013 Be Careful With My Heart Sarah Guest appearance / Protagonist
TodaMax Gem
2012-2013 Enchanted Garden Gigi Supporting role / Antagonist TV5
2011-2012 Bagets: Just Got Lucky Liezl Rubio Supporting role
2011-2012 Glamorosa Adriana Marciano / Adriana Evangelista Supporting role / Antagonist
2011 Rod Santiago's The Sisters Young Socorro Santiago Cameo appearance
2010-2011 My Driver Sweet Lover Millet Supporting role



Movies
Year Title Role Company
2017 Higanti Jean Viva Films
2015 Chain Mail Aileen
2015 Ex with Benefits Scarlet Star Cinema
Viva Films
2014 ABNKKBSNPLAko?! The Movie Portia Reyes Viva Films
MVP Entertainment
2013 Menor de Edad Jen Viva Films
Music video[edit]
Title Singer Release date
Isang Umaga Shehyee 25 September 2014


Saturday, January 14, 2017

Albie Casino

















Hukom Bitay (1971) - Joseph Estrada & Imelda Ilanan


Muling Buksan ang Puso (1985) - Vilma Santos & Lorna Tolentino


Paradise Inn (1985) - Lolita Rodriguez & Vivian Velez


Paano ang aking Gabi (1985) - Lala Montelibano & Greggy Liwag


Thursday, January 12, 2017

Miles Ocampo (1997 - )


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Miles Ocampo
Born: Camille Tan Hojilla
           May 1, 1997 
Stage name: Miles Ocampo
Occupation: Actress, Model
Yrs active: 2004-present
Height: 5 ft  3 in

Camille Tan Hojilla, better known as Miles Ocampo is a Filipina actress, commercial model and print-ads model. A former mainstay in the kiddy gag show Goin Bulilit, she is a member of Star Magic. She usually plays a supporting role to Sarah Geronimo, Sharon Cuneta, Kim Chui and Lorna Tolentino. Also she is best friends with Kathryn Bernardo and Julia Montes.

Bob Soler (1938 - )



14 (1969)  All Stars, Inc.

Alamat ng 7 Kilabot (1967)   FPJ Productions 

Albano Brothers (1962)  Fpj Productions

Apat na Anino (1959)  People's Pictures

...At Sila'y Dumating (1967)  FPJ Productions

Blackhawk Commandos (1968)  Empire Pictures

Captain Philippines at Boy Pinoy (1965)  D'lanor Productions

A Cry For Justice (1989)  Alyssa  Films

Cover Girls (1967)  Jafere Productions

Halang ang Kaluluwa (1962)  Premiere Productions, Inc.

Hinahamon Kita...(1961)  People's Pictures

Hindi Kita Anak (1959)  Premiere Productions, Inc.

Kadenang Putik (1960)  People's Pictures, Inc.

Konsiyerto ng Kamatayan  (1961)  Premiere Productions, Inc.

Matinik na Bading, Mga Syokeng Buking (1997)



Friday, December 9, 2016

Sino Si Pangkoy Ong? (2015) - Kiko Matos & Paulo de Vera

Sino Si Pangkoy Ong? (2015) 


Halina Neneng ko (1969) - Nora Aunor & Tirso Cruz III


Halina Neneng ko (1969)

JBC Productions

**
Nora Aunor
Tirso Cruz III
Ike Lozada
Eddie Peregrina
Bebong Osorio
Esperanza Fabon
Ben David
Betty Mendez
Tommy Angeles
Metring David
Ric dela Rosa
Manny de Leon
Mildred Ortega
Bobet Torres
Joe Alvarez
Helen Vela
Mely Factora
Henry Ragas
Nick Aladdin
Redy Alcazar
Jimmy Ortega
Pete Santos
Armando Ramos
Millie Mercado
Baby Alcaraz
Alex Sison
The Klinks Combo
Lito Calzado (choreography)
Demet Velasquez (music)
Consuelo P. Osorio (written)
Consuelo P. Osorio (direction)

Halina Neneng ko (1969) - Nora Aunor & Tirso Cruz III


Halina Nenneg ko (1969)

JBC Productions

**
Nora Aunor
Tirso Cruz III
Ike Lozada
Eddie Peregrina
Bebong Osorio
Esperanza Fabon
Ben David
Betty Mendez
Tommy Angeles
Metring David
Ric dela Rosa
Manny de Leon
Mildred Ortega
Bobet Torres
Joe Alvarez
Helen Vela
Mely Factora
Henry Ragas
Nick Aladdin
Redy Alcazar
Jimmy Ortega
Pete Santos
Armando Ramos
Millie Mercado
Baby Alcaraz
Alex Sison
The Klinks Combo
Lito Calzado (choreography)
Demet Velasquez (music)
Consuelo P. Osorio (written)
Consuelo P. Osorio (direction)



Halina Neneng ko (1969) - Nora Aunor & Tirso Cruz III


Halina Neneng ko (1969)

JBC Productions

**
Nora Aunor
Tirso Cruz III
Ike Lozada
Eddie Peregrina
Bebong Osorio
Esperanza Fabon
Ben David
Betty Mendez
Tommy Angeles
Metring david
Ric dela Rosa
Manny de Leon
Mildred Ortega
Bobet Torre4s
Joe Alvarez
Helen Vela
Mely Factora
Henry Ragas
Nick Aladdin
Redy Alcazar
Jimmy Ortega
Pete Santos
Armando Ramos
Millie Mercado
Baby Alcaraz
Alex Sison
The Klinks Combo
Lito Calzado (choreography)
Demet Velasquez (music)
Consuelo P. Osorio (written)
Consuelo P. Osorio (direction)

Halina Neneng ko (1969) - Nora Aunor & Tirso Cruz III


Halina Neneng ko (1969)

JBC Productions

**
Nora Aunor

Tirso Cruz III

Ike Lozada

Eddie Peregrina

Bebong Osorio

Esperanza Fabon

Ben David

Betty Mendez

Tommy Angeles

Metring David

Ric dela Rosa

Manny de Leon

Mildred Ortega

Bobet Torres

Joe Alvarez

Helen Vela

Mely Factora

Henry Ragas

Nick Aladdin

Redy Alcazar

Jimmy Ortega

Pete Santos

Armando Ramos

Millie Mercado

Baby Alcaraz

Alex Sison

The Klinks Combo

Lito Calzado (choreography)

Demet Velasquez (music)

Consuelo P. Osorio (written)

Consuelo P. Osorio (direction)


1,000 Kagandahan (1948) - Rogelio dela Rosa & Norma Blancaflor,


1000 Kagandahan (1948) - Rogelio dela Rosa & Norma Blancaflor, F. Buencamino (music), F. Buencamino Jr (music), Gregorio Fernandez (direction), Nemesio Caravana (story), 


1,000 Kagandahan (1948) - Rogelio dela Rosa & Norma Blancaflor


Thursday, December 8, 2016

Tulisang Pugot (1952) - Fred Montilla & Myrna Delgado


Everything About Her (2016) - Vilma Santos, Angel Locsin & Xian Lim


Everything About Her is a 2016 Filipino comedy-drama film directed by Joyce E. Bernal, starring Vilma Santos, Xian Lim , and Ms. Angel Locsin. It was released on 27 January 2016 under Star Cinema. The film earned ₱15 million on its first day of release.
The film is serve as a comeback film of Star Of All Seasons Vilma Santos-Recto after her last film in 2013 Ekstra: The Bit Player. As of February 20, 2016 the film has earned ₱200 million
The film received generally positive reviews from film critics.


The film follows the story of a successful businesswoman named Vivian, who learned that she is suffering from stage 3 cancer. She then hires a private nurse, Jaica, to take care of her. But she's bound to play a bigger role in Vivian's life as she becomes the bridge between the mother and her son Albert, who had felt neglected all his life. How will the three change and be changed by their circumstances?

Cast
Vilma Santos as Vivian Rabaya
Angel Locsin as Jaica Domingo
Xian Lim as Albert Mitra
Michael De Mesa as Leo
Nonie Buencamino as JJ
Khalil Ramos as Jared
Devon Seron as Jenny
Alexa Ilacad as Jewel
Nor Domingo as Paul
Maria Lopez as Maria
Marielle Sorino as Marielle
Dan Samson as Dan
Vangie Labalan as Ellen
Buboy Villar as Boy
Niña Dolino as Arlene
Dante Ponce as Mike
Bart Guingona as Dr. Raymond

Lumayo Ka man sa Akin (2016) - Benjie Paras & Candy Pangilinan






Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin (lit. Get Away From Me) is a 2016 Filipino comedy anthology film based on Bob Ong's 2011 book of the same name. It was directed by Mark Meily, Andoy Ranay and Chris Martinez starring Cristine Reyes, Maricel Soriano, Herbert Bautista, Antoinette Taus, Paolo Ballesteros, Jason Gainza, Candy Pangilinan, Benjie Paras and Shy Carlos. It was released on January 13, 2016.
The film parodies mainstream Filipino movies and television shows, as well as popular culture, while tackling several national issues at the same time.

Bala Sa Bala, Kamao Sa Kamao, Satsat Sa Satsat[edit]
The first film in the trilogy centers around Diego, an action star who wants to take revenge against a group of bad guys, also known as "Bandidos" (bandits), after they killed his parents, his wife, Ashley, and everyone who attended their wedding, just a few moments right after they get married at the beginning of the film. As the story unfolds, Diego, being an action star, gets into misadventures and finds himself in trouble-after-trouble. Unfortunately, Divina Tuazon, a famous actress and Diego's new found leading lady, was kidnapped by the Bandidos. Finally, in an abandoned warehouse (a setting where most of Pinoy action films' final scenes takes place), Diego tries to save Divina from the evil hands of Bandido's merciless and heartless leader named "Bos".
The plot generally follows themes from classic Filipino action movies, as well as comedy films from early 80's to 90's. For example, Diego's sidekicks, Dodoy and Momoy uses slapstick from time to time, a type of comedy which was very popular in the country for the past decades.

Shake, Shaker, Shakest
A middle-cass family was forced to enter and stay in a white haunted house for several days after being stranded in an unfamiliar place. The title is play on the Shake, Rattle & Roll film series and the plot is a ludicrous horror film.

Asawa ni Marie
A rags-to-riches story about Marie, a poor girl who has a confusing status in life and love. The plot is similar to Philippine dramas/ soap operas, particularly Marimar.





Cast
Bala sa Bala, Kamao sa Kamao, Satsat sa Satsat
Benjie Paras as Diego
Candy Pangilinan as Divina Tuazon
Bearwin Meily
Rez Cortez as Bos
Roxanne Barcelo as Joleena Ann Baretto

Shake, Shaker, Shakest
Maricel Soriano as Cora Catacutan
Herbert Bautista as Carlos Catacutan
Shy Carlos as Aby Catacutan
Andrew Muhlach as Mar Catacutan
JM Ibañez as Samuel Catacutan
Ryan Eigenmann as Pundit

Asawa ni Marie
Cristine Reyes as Marie/Mharilyn
Antoinette Taus as Señorita Avila
Paolo Ballesteros as Señorito Boglee Ginintuan
Jason Gainza as Señorito Lapid
Jackie Lou Blanco as Señorita Onor
Joey Paras as Aling Minda
Sam Y.G. as the voice of Yagit