Tuesday, October 25, 2011

(The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.)

Sophie Paris is a business with a lucrative compensation plan and efficient marketing tools talks about hard work, exceptional skills and supreme talent. Like all successful direct-selling businesses, Sophie Paris offers a wide selection of high end bags, shoes, and watches for men and women and an array of cosmetics, skin care and personal care products specially made for Asian skin at very reasonable prices. With its highly competitive products, it is fueled with guts that root from strong motivation and determination. It is a specialized and focused kind of direct-selling business designed to motivate and inspire individuals who are interested in supplementing their income and empowering their lives.

 Being the representative of Sophie Legazpi and as well as Sophie Southern Luzon, for me, it is all about having enough confidence and believing in my potentials and special skills. But as I came to realize, it taught me to see myself as the great culmination of all pervasive creative intelligence and expressing myself in many beautiful forms. I want to thank Sophie for their great efforts in making me understand that in order to become an empowered woman, I have to know my worth, claim my power and define beauty on my own terms and I hope that Sophie could continuously change the life of others the way that it has changed mine.

                                                               Ms. Sophie South Luzon

Being able to represent Sophie Paris Southern Luzon for the regional search and compete with the other contingents from different regions is a brilliant experience, and a terrifying ordeal, depending on how I see myself as a person. But because of my achievements with Sophie recently, I realized that I can be successful and it eventually fueled my self esteem and now my life is running according to my plans. With the help and support of Almighty God, my friends and loved ones and the whole Sophie Paris Legazpi and Sophie Paris Southern Luzon family, that serves as my strength and courage.

                 1sr Runner-up Ms.Sophie Martin Philippines 2011 and Ms.Isabelle Daza(Sophie Endorser)

                                                Bruno Hasson(Sophie Martin Paris Founder)

I gratefully acknowledge my family, friends, Sophie Paris Legazpi, especially Ate Jen Llaguno, Sophie Daraga, my Sophie South Luzon Family, Sir Julius and to my BUCAL Family for their full support and assistance… I am indebted with you guys in so many ways.. Thank you very much. You all indeed served as my roots. 

Sunday, October 2, 2011


Bulong movie is Star Cinema’s opening salvo for 2011.And yes, the movie will be released next month.Just like My Amnesia Girl Movie this hybrid of two genres (Horror and Comedy in case you’re so idiot not to figure it out) Bulong is going to be released in the tail end of the month.
The movie Bulong simply tells a story of a Nurse (Vhong Navarro) who desperately wants to get the girl of his wildest dreams, Ellen(Bangs Garcia). Accustomed by a Filipino superstitious belief that when you whisper a wish to the dead the wish will come true, he went to see an expert(Angelica Panganiban) when it comes to those kind of stuffs.Things went complicated when he actually followed what was suggested to him and whispered a wish to the dead.The following day he got what he asked for and now all of the chick-a babes have gone affectionate to him.But it doesn’t ends there – later he finds out that he’s got more than what he asked for! Together with Angelica Panganiban’s character, Vhong seeks ways to make things right – but will they?

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Ang Babae sa Septic Tank

Synopsis: Ang Babae sa Septic Tank chronicles a day in the life of three ambitious, passionate but misguided filmmakers as they set out to do a quick pre-prod at Starbucks, a courtesy call to their lead actress, Eugene Domingo, and an ocular inspection of their film’s major location, the Payatas dumpsite. Director Rainier, Producer Bingbong and Production Assistant Jocelyn are well-to-do, well-educated film school graduates who are dead set on making an Oscar worthy film. They believe they have a winning script, the energy and the drive to make their dreams come true. Like most filmmakers they know, they have devised a screenplay that will show the real essence of our culture: poverty. In the course of one day, they brainstorm and exhaust all possible treatment of their project: the story of Mila (Eugene Domingo), a mother from the slums, who out of desperation to survive, has sold her child to a pedophile. As they discuss the possible executions of the story, the movie-within-a-movie gets reborn in Jocelyn’s imagination several times. As a gritty no frills neo-realist film, as a glossy musical, as an over-the-top melodrama and as a docu drama using non-actors. For their last task of the day, they visit the dumpsite for the first time. As filmmakers gunning for authenticity, they get excited with the ”beauty” of the squalor around them. Soon enough, they are faced with reality as they come face to face with the real effects of their chosen subject. Babae sa Septic Tank is a comedy about misguided ambitions, the art of making art and the romanticization of poverty.

Read More: Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank Movie (2011) | Pinoymovieblog.com
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Ikaw Ang Pag-ibig

The movie revolves around a young, contemporary, rebellious woman Vangie Cruz (Ina Feleo), whose family life and career as a video editor are disrupted when her only brother, a newly ordained priest, Fr. Johnny (Marvin Agustin), is diagnosed of Acute Myeloid Leukemia. As a sibling, Vangie is called upon to be a donor for Fr. Johnny's bone marrow transplant. At first, Vangie is very reluctant. She has a clinical phobia for medical procedures, the reasons for which are rooted in an attempted, but botched, abortion which she suffered through many years earlier and has since been troubled about. Her life is saved by Dr. Joey Lucas (Jomari Yllana) with whom she has a love child, and whom she eventually marries. Vangie's dysfunctional family gravitates around Fr. Johnny, and in their struggle to cope with his illness, find themselves drawn to Ina, begging for her intercession. Their prayers are answered, not so much by way of a miraculous cure for Fr. Johnny, but by the grace of conversion, of love, of forgiveness, reconciliation, and hope.

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Tween Academy: Class of 2012

Kara (Barbie Forteza), George (Bea Binene), and Enzo (Elmo Magalona) are 3 best friends who have been constantly been bullied at school and nicknamed the Imba Trio. On the the night of the school dance Enzo gets carried out of the dance by Maximo (Derick Monasterio) and his crew because he accidently bumped into Chloe (Lexi Fernandez) while dancing. And while Kara and George try to help him they also get dumped in the trash along with Enzo and are helped by Christian (Alden Richards) and Diego (Kristofer Martin). After the prom the 3 decide to make a list to do that help them be popular so they won't get bullied and pranked anymore by the date of the prom, and they make the list a dare.
The next day at school Enzo learns that he has to retake a class again. And after trying to go to the bathroom but is stopped by the janitor who is still cleaning the bathroom. So Enzo decides to use the women's restroom hoping no one will notice. But he bumps into the new teacher, Maddie (Sam Pinto), and develops a crush on her. Meanwhile, George and her best friend Jepoy (Jake Vargas) is back in town. And Kara is at a comic convention where she helps Robin (Joshua Dionisio) when his backpack gets snatched, and unknowingly sells him the #1 issue of Metal Man online. Later that night, Enzo helps Maddie get her car out of a tight parking space and locks himself out of his car. Kara later becomes friends with Robin online without knowing his true identity. George later hangs out with Jepoy who sings his new song for her and starts to think he has a crush on her and she starts to develop a crush on him.

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Temptation Island (2011 film)

Temptation Island is a 2011 Philippine comedy film produced and released by Regal Filmsand GMA Films.[4] The film is a remake of the 1980 film of the same name.

In 2010, Regal Films decided to remake their 80s cult hit film Temptation Island that starredDina Bonnevie, Deborah Sun, Jennifer Cortez, Bambi Arambulo, and Azenith Briones. Initially,ABS-CBN had the TV rights from Regal Films to remake the film into a TV series together with another 80s film, Underage. But Regal Films asked to take back the rights and the two companie compromised that ABS-CBN artist would be part of the remake.The initial cast were supposedly Marian RiveraAngelica PanganibanLovi PoePokwangCarla Abellana,Shaina Magdayao, and Andi Eigenmann. But Regal films decided to co-produce the film withGMA Films, which is ABS-CBN's rival network's film studio GMA Network, they then pulled out ABS-CBN artists of the film. In March 2011, the final cast was revealed and that the film will star Marian RiveraHeart EvangelistaSolenn Heussaff, and Lovi Poe. The leading men completed the cast with Aljur AbrenicaTom Rodriguez, and Mikael DaezPaulo Avelino was initially one of the leading men, but later refused the role of Ricardo.
In April 2011, production started in Paoay, Ilocos Norte

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Who's That Girl (2011 film)

Who’s That Girl is a 2011 Filipino Comedy/Romance film starring Anne CurtisLuis Manzano, and Eugene Domingo produced by Viva Films and SMDC and released by Star Cinema.Who’s That Girl is a story about how a case of mistaken identity can be life-altering, told in such hilarious manner. Anne Curtis plays Elizabeth Pedrosa, a wallflower who transforms into a gorgeous and successful career woman because of her longtime dream guy, John Eduque, played by Luis Manzano. A collaboration between Director Wenn V. Deramas and writer Ms. Mel Mendoza-Del Rosario, both award-winners.
Star Cinema Distributed the Film on DVD internationally and advertised and sold through their online site and TV starting May 2011.

Plot: When the school wallflower gets a pep talk from the most popular campus heartthrob at her lowest moment, this becomes a life-changing moment for her.
Elizabeth (Anne Curtis) transforms into a beautiful, intelligent and successful career woman, who has often fantasized about how her dream man John Eduque (Luis Manzano) had turned out to be. Until one day, she reads his name in the obituary. Bea is shattered with grief over a man she was not even romantically involved with. She goes to the wake in hysterics causing eyebrows to raise, especially the deceased’s widow. The John Eduque that passed away is actually the senior John Eduque, John’s father. Realizing her fumble, Bea hurriedly leaves, unaware of the damage she has caused to John’s family who suspects she is the unknown mistress. Mrs. Eduque succumbs to depression therefore John takes it upon himself to avenge his mother’s misery and hunts for the mystery woman. But instead of seeking revenge on Bea, John starts to fall for her the more he gets to know her.

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