"MN" stands for Marissa Navarro, a character played onscreen by screen legend Carmen Rosales. It tells of a story of Marissa, a strict, heartless, domineering and fiery heiress and daughter of a wealthy landowner, who instills and sows fear among its populace.
- Stars:Carmen Rosales, Alicia Vergel, Oscar Moreno, Cesar Ramirez, Aruray, Panchito, Herminia Carranza, Apolonia Aguilar, Leleng Isla, Nenita Jana, Bert LeRoy Jr., Marcela Garcia, Clara Yumul, Ismael Espinosa, Nita Javier,
- Director:Mar S. Torres,
- Writer:Pablo S. Gomez (story), Luciano B. Carlos (screenplay)
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(de) wrote: It's a strange thing to say but some directors just don't get better, and I say this not in the strictly artistic sense but in a much more personal sense. A film director sees a mistake in his film, and corrects it, just as a cook would vary his ingredients according to his every last tasting. Not that every film should be better than the last - making film is after all not like making dvd players - but the obvious mistakes, the cheap effects, the cheesy slow-motion turn of the head, the male and female leads' departure scenes that look like AXE commercials, what are they doing again and again and again in Alan Mak's films? Just how many more movies does he have to make to realize that they're simply bunch of worthless gimmicks, and that he is not Wong Kar-Wai even if he uses Wong's shots and music. The ending scene was an attempt at recreating the complex juxtaposition at the end of the first Godfather film. But while the irony in the Godfather is that Coleone's soldiers kill the heads of the New York mafia families, he is in the church swearing to God to renounce Satan. What is it doing in this film? Nothing. Just for the hell of it. Well, that's fine too, if you do it well. And they blew it.
(es) wrote: it was an awesome movie. great mystery n suspense.
(au) wrote: Painful in a way that's not very fun. Shoddy editing, dialogue by people who have forgotten what it's like to be a kid.
(br) wrote: I can't wait to see it!!!
(ru) wrote: loved Kyle McLachan as Cary Grant.
(kr) wrote: This is a 2 star movie really, with an extra half star for the effort, the premise and the sheer curiousity value of watching an animated detective story revolving around talking cats and featuring both a vague visual similarity to old disney animation ('this ain't the aristocats' the main character says at one stage) as well as dollops of cat sex, cursing and fairly violent imagery. I think I've sold it to you already. but seriously, its not that good.
(ag) wrote: As dumb as it is, this movie is actually pretty funny and entertaining. At least it is a whole lot funnier than today's spoofs.
(jp) wrote: Hienot nyttelysuoritukset Polanskilta ja Depardieulta. Elokuva on todella ylltyksellinen, loppuosa tysin ennalta-arvaamaton.
(ru) wrote: NO WAY!!! I can't tell you how many times I've seen this, which is weird because it was just a TV movie. Anyway, the acting is cheesy, but I LOVE it.
(ag) wrote: They all had to learn how to do their tricks..good movie.