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  1. #1

    Cool

    Not all titillating films are not worth our money. Honestly, I enjoyed the accidental humor in flicks like "Talong", "Anakan Mo Ako", and "Gigil" that you will never find in any formula comedy film.

    Of course I know that they are made in poor taste and with the intention to awaken sexual desires. But do we go to the theaters to nourish our artistic appetites all the time?


  2. #2

    Talking

    i haven't seen one but according to ma friends they've enjoyed warat with Joyce Jimenez and that Burlesk Queen with Ina Raymundo

  3. #3

    Lightbulb

    If you have just seen how Leonardo Litton, this emerging bold actor, delivered his lines in "Talong" with so much effort to be dramatic, you'll laugh your heart out!

  4. #4

    Talking

    Tikoy Aguiluz's Biyaheng Langit makes good use of Joyce Jimenez's breasts, and there's a scene of Mark Anthony Fernandez 'making sisid' on Joyce.

    Also, it's very possibly a good movie.

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