Bahay kubo: A pinoy mano po!

Bahay kubo: A pinoy mano po!

Bahay Kubo: A Pinoy Mano Po! is a 2007 Regal Productions movie starring Maricel Soriano and Eric Quizon. The movie is one of the official entries of the Metro Manila Film Festival.

Bahay Kubo: A Pinoy Mano Po! is a 2007 Regal Productions movie starring Maricel Soriano and Eric Quizon. The movie is one of the official entries of the Metro Manila Film Festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bahay kubo: A pinoy mano po! torrent reviews

Patrice T (mx) wrote: This movie was awful. I couldn't even watch the whole thing. It was like spending an evening with a couple who like to have spats and insult each other in front of other people because they think their boring marital problems are so fascinating to other people.

Bradley G (nl) wrote: The Signal succeeds in it's incessant determination to bewilder it's audience through it's unconventional execution of what could have been a typical apocalyptic horror/thriller movie.

Florence G (nl) wrote: Bon film, d (C)but film (C) trop rapidement .... Largo a toujours autant de charme !

visitorQ S (ca) wrote: nah. this didnt work out so well. 1,5/5

Private U (ru) wrote: A powerful anti-war film which considers the true horror of war on many levels.

Gregory G (es) wrote: Enormously enchanting, vibrant comedy by writer-director Wong Kar-wai about lonely dreamers in contemporary Hong Kong and their unconventional romantic entanglements. Two police officers attempt to move on from unsuccessful relationships in stories that are connected thematically but not tangentially related. In the first segment, Takeshi Kaneshiro gets involved with a mysterious drug smuggler in a blonde wig (Brigitte Lin). In the second segment, Tony Leung - always excellent - talks to his household items, has separated from a gorgeous flight attendant (Valerie Chow) and becomes enthralled with a kooky waitress (Faye Wong). A major pop star in Asia, the gamine Wong is incredibly luminous and winsome without over playing her character's eccentricities. In those moments when she daydreams, frequently accompanied by The Mamas and The Papas singing "California Dreamin'," the feeling is ecstatic. (For me, the song has become synonymous with the movie.) Cinematography is by the marvelous Christopher Doyle and Andrew Lau. In Cantonese and Mandarin with English subtitles.

Phillip H (es) wrote: Ringo Lam's quintessential revenge masterpiece, despite dated bullet-time special FX & some cartoonish characters. It's possible Chow Yun-Fat is an even more hardcore badass in this than most (if not all) of his John Woo collaborations.

Paul D (nl) wrote: There's plenty of recognisable faces in this sequel but it's a terrible attempt to continue the storyline with none of the impact of the original.