Nothing prepared ROD (Ryan Agoncillo ) and MIA ALVAREZ (Judy Ann Santos) for the major changes that took place in their lives. ROD worked as a manager of a bank while MIA opted to remain a housewife taking care of their two children — MIGO and KAYE — with an occasional sideline of selling insurance. MIA gave up her promising career in sales because ROD wanted to be the padre de familia. For ROD, it was the role of the man to provide for his wife and children … in the same manner that there was a clear cut delineation as to what are the duties of a husband from that of the wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Chris M (ag) wrote: Saw this just for Tonantzin Carmelo, and she's worth every penny. Hell, just keep the camera on her for 90 minutes and you can't go wrong. There doesn't even have to be a story.Anyway, TC's ridiculous beauty and serviceable acting aside, this one's pretty silly. There's a relatively cool late twist, but it kinda makes a whole lot less sense than what you're initially led to believe. Logical gaps, stock characters, and far-too-convenient developments are major hits. But, hey, at least there's TC.
Robert I (nl) wrote: Oh, all the cliches of horrible horror films are here. People able to hear miles away, magic evidence popping up, characters not making sure people are dead, ridiculously predictable twist... Add in awful acting, terrible ADR, conservative gore, and the female characters all shedding their clothes multiple times while not showing any nudity (except one case) and you have the makings of an independent, low budget horror stinker.
John Eric D (br) wrote: Enemy at the Gates is obviously a very memorable WWII film. I mean its not that epic if you have those Saving Private Ryan caliber kinda like WWII epics, but its silent and slow paced intention gives the thrills of a sniper to sniper combat. With all those head and body shots, it made this film like an art. I quote " this is the best sniper film ever made". Booya a must have favorite.
Danny M (kr) wrote: I can't remember the last time I was as freaked out as when I saw this movie.Intense, gripping, and bloody terrifying!
Mac K (fr) wrote: Interesting idea - start drags on and dated FX, but still very good watch!
Zachary M (us) wrote: Nature gets revenge! That's about a third of all B-grade monster movies from that decade. It's easy to see why. The 70's was the decade where global warming became a national and international issue for the first time, and where a lot of people really started giving a shit about our environment. That being said, nature could have used a few better recruits in her war with mankind. Alligators and poisonous snakes and spiders are great, but frogs, crabs, geckos? No son, no. All in all, a harmless nature revenge flick, but certainly not all that memorable.
Stuart M (ca) wrote: David Hasselhoff with a lightsaber. What more needs to be said about this early Star Wars knockoff? One of the silliest, funniest movies I've ever seen. Provided of course that you like that kind of thing. Also features Redneck Bot, about the only time you're likely to see that combo."You would have tried to change the future, which is against the law."
Orlok W (br) wrote: Innovative and enchanting adaptation of this well-loved Fairy-Tale--A Very RARE Gem of an animation!!