Working Girls

Working Girls

GMA Films and Viva Films are releasing a sequel to the 25-year old iconic sexy comedy film and they are calling it Working Girls 2010. The movie will include in the cast four of the original lead stars namely Maria Isabel Lopez, Gina Pareno, Carmi Martin and Rio Locsin. The remaining three are either abroad or not available.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Filipino,English,Tagalog
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:widow,   nurse,   police,  

GMA Films and Viva Films are releasing a sequel to the 25-year old iconic sexy comedy film and they are calling it Working Girls 2010. The movie will include in the cast four of the original lead stars namely Maria Isabel Lopez, Gina Pareno, Carmi Martin and Rio Locsin. The remaining three are either abroad or not available. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Charles K B (fr) wrote: EH!!!!!! It was still funny. (More of the same) This should be the last one though .

Pam R (nl) wrote: I really loved this movie!!!!

George Vreeland H (it) wrote: Excellent movie about a classic story! Very well done!! George Vreeland Hill.

katsist (ag) wrote: The premise is really stupid and you can tell that it was intentionally meant to be a serious movie, and that all the fun parts were just slapped on together. The fun parts I did enjoy so that's something. Except for Sam Jackson's character every other character is boring. Those snakes don't look at all real.

Toni S (ag) wrote: Kaikista katsomistani elokuvista tm oli ehdottomasti yksi huonoimmista. Surkeudellakin on yleens rajansa, mutta nyt mentiin riman alta sanoin kuvaamattoman musertavalla tavalla. Tiesin jo etukteen, ett tm filmi on huono, mutta milln ihmiskunnan kielell ei ole mahdollista kuvata sit ankeutta ja eptoivon olotilaa jonka tmn katsominen sai aikaan. Itkett. Kiukuttaa. Sanat ovat loppu. Viimeisill voimillani puristan: ?lk katsoko!

Mary S (au) wrote: This is an awesome movie! Must see!

Peter W (gb) wrote: It's awesome Vincent Price is a madmen who has a plan to make bikini clad female robots to marry rich people to rake their money.

Durell B (es) wrote: Cameron Diaz is at her all time low here. There's Something About Mary is probably the last time Diaz was worth talking about as a decently credible actress. I'm not sure she has completely lost her touch but Bad Teacher was the epitome of easy sell turned disaster. An adult, in this case a hot blonde, who hates everyone and swears in front of kids is unquestionably a simple plot device that feeds into everyone's deep unconscious funny bone. Whether we will admit it or not, the average person loves an asshole. House, M.D. anyone? Diaz is that character and more. She hates her job, her newly single life and everyone she comes into contact with that can't satisfy her financially. All the makings for success, but Diaz goes too far. There is a fine line between pushing comedy boundaries and remaining funny vs pushing comedy boundaries and devoid of laughter. But Diaz is not all to blame as Bad Teacher tries so hard to get in a laugh that it loses itself. It doesn't deliver laughs and comes off to childish. Justin Timberlake did not mesh with the film and the chemistry between Diaz and Timberlake was really forced and made the film worse. Odd because they dated in real life. Diaz really needs to assess her career options better because BT is another check mark on the board of her dwindling filmography.

Don F (ag) wrote: This movie sucked ass. It turned a generation of boys gay.

Jordan K (us) wrote: Lethal Weapon is one of the pioneering great action films and what makes it work, especially as a franchise, is the thrilling nature of the climax and undeniable chemistry between Gibson and Glover. It's one of the all time defining action films.Martin Riggs, a suicidal loose cannon detective, is partnered with no nonsense veteran cop Roger Murtaugh to solve a murder of a troubled young woman caused by a gang of armed heroin smugglers.The 1980s was a great time for the action genre. Rambo, Die Hard, Arnold flicks, and Lethal Weapon were some of the defining titles of the decade. This is also one of Gibson and Glover's big breaks into film (Gibson had a little bit before this), and Lethal Weapon defines great performances and chemistry. An odd couple chemistry between the two reasonably started the "buddy cop" genre, with some one liners and explosions everywhere, Lethal Weapon is one of a kind. In a field of tons of action films with the same general atmosphere, Lethal Weapon stood out and was a humorous thrill of a film. Great performances from Gibson, Glover, and even Gary Busey, playing the primary villain. The general atmosphere for some parts feels a little more dull, notably in the beginning, but picks up a lot towards the end. Lethal Weapon is gritty, thrilling, and one of the all time great action flicks. Lethal Weapon soon became a hit and led the way for three sequels, which I will also be reviewing.

Ilsa W (fr) wrote: Giving this such a high mark because it was absolutely hilarious. I don't think i've laughed so much at a film in ages. Tho whether any of it was supposed to be funny I'm not sure. The dialogue and storyline weren't up to much as expected and I'm not sure Channing Tatum even finished a sentence throughout the whole film. The random furniture making storyline was frankly just a pointless attempt to make Mike seem like he had hidden depths. There was also the very strange and sudden ending which just left you completely hanging. But lets be honest who goes to see this for the acting? Apart from the horrific McConaughey performance most of the stripping was pretty entertaining and Channing Tatum was definitely a joy to watch in that department. Man is he hot when he dances!