The Mommy Returns

The Mommy Returns

The Mommy Returns tells the story of a mother, Ruby (Pokwang), who dies right on the day of her 25th wedding anniversary with husband, William (Gabby Concepcion). With her untimely death, she leaves behind her three children Amethyst (Kiray Celis), Topaz (Gerald Pesigan), and Sapphire (Jillian Ward). Ruby is also temporarily trapped in PURGA (short for Purgatory) with its guardian, Dyoga (John Lapus) and the pesky Manny, the chicken pet of San Pedro. When Catherine (Ruffa Gutierrez), a younger and prettier woman comes into the life of William, Ruby escapes from PURGA and returns to earth as a ghost to drive Catherine out of the family she left behind.

The Mommy Returns tells the story of a mother, Ruby (Pokwang), who dies right on the day of her 25th wedding anniversary with husband, William (Gabby Concepcion). With her untimely death, she leaves behind her three children Amethyst (Kiray Celis), Topaz (Gerald Pesigan), and Sapphire (Jillian Ward). Ruby is also temporarily trapped in PURGA (short for Purgatory) with its guardian, Dyoga (John Lapus) and the pesky Manny, the chicken pet of San Pedro. When Catherine (Ruffa Gutierrez), a younger and prettier woman comes into the life of William, Ruby escapes from PURGA and returns to earth as a ghost to drive Catherine out of the family she left behind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Josh C (it) wrote: nothing was really happening. It was hard to sit through even the first 10 minutes

Erin W (kr) wrote: Bah, humbug! We had to watch this at school, and I spent most of my time doodling on looseleaf, which is time better spent than watching this.

Alejandro C (nl) wrote: Opera prima del director Ray Gower que logra una pelcula de calidad, sin llegar a la perfeccin. Debe reconocer que me cost un poco de trabajo entenderla. Tora Birch realiza una interpretacin de calidad como nos ha acostumbrado.La recomiendo.

Stuart R (nl) wrote: A decent enough drama with some good performances but not particularly memorable. It's also hard to take these anti-McCarthyism movies very seriously when the politicians are so one-dimensionally obtuse, but seeing as it deals with the persecution of filmmakers I suppose that's to be expected from a Hollywood movie.

Nishlank J (mx) wrote: Its difficult to rate this one. Yes, it is indeed beautiful and poetic, but you have to know the background to really get any hang of it. It isn't any movie that you'd just walk in and watch. It is a connaisseur film and I'm not one.However, I do recommend this to anyone who loves good, decent films as a tribute to the director, Sergei Parajanov.

Madison B (nl) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. I feel the only reason people did not like it was because people couldn't get over the character of Abraham Lincoln. Obviously 97% of this movie is not true. I did enjoy that they did keep some aspects of his life, and just added the vampire twist.

Bob W (us) wrote: Universal's attempt at rebooting its classic monster franchise is off to a terrible start where Vlad is made into an unstoppable superhero that can single-handedly defeat vast armies, change the weather, operate in the daytime, control all the bats on the planet, and somehow be the ultimate family man. And don't expect much resembling the horror genre here, this is superhero stuff with a cliffhanger ending.

Colm M (mx) wrote: I've been meaning to see this for a long time out of a mild curiosity. When I describe a movie as being a window on a world (which I have done often) then you can be sure that I really liked it. With an great 1980's feel this is a modern classic. If I had a connection with the sport this would be a 5 star movie for me. As it stands I know nothing about Am Football but I did connect with a small working class community putting all their identity, hopes and dreams into the local team. Here in Ireland we have the GAA and Gaelic games which fills that need. For those who don't understand the passion and commitment this movie will enlighten you. You could hate American Football and still love this movie. Superbly directed and acted. Provoked in me a strong emotional response. I would have thought this was one for the men out there but my wife loved it too so there you go. A must see.