Enteng wants to retire as the hero of Engkantasya and have a normal life with his family without the magical elements. Ina longs to have the right partner to be with her for the rest of her life. One day, Enteng is placed under a powerful evil spell by the evil witch Satana to fall in love with another woman. And when he meets Ina, he exerts all the effort Ina to fall for him. Ina, on the other hand, slowly opens her heart for this new opportunity of love.
Enteng then tries his best to be a father to Ina’s children even if they are not fully supportive of him. But when their relationship gets serious, Ina discovers the truth – Enteng already has a family.
Writer:Danno Kristoper C. Mariquit (story), Lawrence Nicodemus (story), Danno Kristoper C. Mariquit (screenplay)
Enteng Kabisote (Vic Sotto) wants to retire as the perennial hero of Engkantasya and have a normal life with his family without the magical elements. Ina Montecillo (Ai-Ai delas Alas) longs... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rick H (kr) wrote: Sympa! rigolo mais pas tout le film
Roxanne R (br) wrote: Netflix recommended this one to me and I can say that it has a few surprises along the journey. The ending was totally shocking, great surprise! A young married couple living in Las Vegas is planning for their future. The wife Sarah starts having night terrors shortly after a car accident and major memory lapses when she awakes, so seeks the help of a doctor to figure out what is going on. When that proves ineffective, she installs a smoke alarm/video camera in her bedroom to see what is going on at night. The story continues from there and it was a bit tense and suspenseful. Despite what other critics said I did not find it predictable and as I said the ending blew me away. Did NOT see that coming! It is based on a book but I cannot reveal the book title because if I do then the surprise is given away. Just stream it from Netflix and you will be pleasantly surprised. Recommended!
Andy G (kr) wrote: Hot Flashes is a movie about middle age woman playing basketball for a good cause for money. I thought it was ok. C
Aik T (nl) wrote: A nice film that draws in the audience with charms and beauty. A surprise find for me because it was on loan from the library. The film tells a good story of life and chance and fate. Reminds me of our lifes as floating lilies in the vast ocean... It's beatifully done, not just the interactions between the characters but the setting of the backdrops. I am looking forward to watching the sequel...
Enrique K (gb) wrote: i liked it a lot, its not really about surfing, its about peace of mind.... freedom of life
David D (jp) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen
Lucy M (fr) wrote: Demand legislators & regulators use prevention based decisions not "risk management" based! What if you lived in an area that was in an above avg. risk area but since stats even out over widespread populations; Damage to your & your offspring's health & DNA is deemed an "acceptable risk???" WTF is wrong with EPA & FDA? They are allowed to roll the dice with their chemical soups & its legal. Demand Precautionary Policies!
Aaron G (us) wrote: One of my favorite Stephen King adaptations.
Shawn W (ru) wrote: 6th installment of the series, second straight in tha hood where the Leprechaun stalks inner city kids who stumble upon his treasure chest. Another solid outing as the Leprechaun smokes from a bong at a party and steals a girl's gold tooth.
Qi Z (kr) wrote: Sentimental and overly sweetened. Deplorable.
Alexander C (de) wrote: wasnt aware this existed?
David S (gb) wrote: My favourite Eastwood film (along with 'High Plains Drifter') and surprisingly one of his less known directorial efforts. This film has a bit of everything for me: the spy element I'm used to with Bond (and with a great John Williams score), a fun training section with Kennedy and finally the Eiger climb which still looks effective even by todays standards. Add Eastwood to the mix and a fun performance from Cassidy as an over-the-top gay former friend/enemy (with a dog called Faggot, for god's sake!) and you have the makings of a great 70's thriller.
Ryan M (jp) wrote: Maybe Hammerstein's lone cinematic success (and most of the credit really goes to Preminger). 'Carmen Jones' is an engaging musical that benefits enormously from its director's eye for setting and choreography. Perhaps even more than in Bizet's original opera, the characters aren't very thoroughly humanized, but rather are like powder-kegs of feeling that give off characteral "essences" in their musical monologues (Carmen is untameable desire while Joe is suggestible passion, etc.). The result is appropriately "operatic," and the film's remaining elements don't embellish much except to reinforce the drama. The cast's racial homogeneity IS an interesting facet though, and I wonder if Preminger wasn't tapping in to the dubious stereotype that Black culture is inherently more sexualized when he cast only black actors in his film (or was it simply that the social milieu of the film -- specifically the innercity boxing culture milieu -- is a historically black one?). The results are most definitely interesting, and the performances are very good. It's a worthwhile viewing for sure (Richard Linklater apparently counted it as a favorite).