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The romantic comedy, My Amnesia Girl, is the number one top grossing film of 2010, featuring the very first team-up of John Lloyd Cruz and Toni Gonzaga. The story revolves around Apollo (John Lloyd) and Irene (Toni), a couple who was perfect together until the former jilted the other at their wedding. When they meet again three years later, Apollo finds out Irene seems to have suffered from amnesia. This motivates him to make up for his past mistakes, hoping that his genuine love for her shines through despite their shaky past. Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, the film was distributed by Star Cinema. The film's opening weekend grossed PHP43,863,700 in 90 theaters.
Following the success of One More Chance in 2007, John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo reunite for this post-Valentine film, Miss You Like Crazy . John Lloyd plays Alan, a loving but lonely boyfriend who's been having second thoughts about the decisions he's made in life. Bea plays Mia, a stranger Alan meets aboard the Pasig River Ferry. While they hit it off, their chemistry is tempered by the possible lack of logic in a whirlwind romance, the difficulty of a long-distance relationship, and Alan's engagement to his girlfriend. Several scenes in the movie were shot in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The film was directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and released by Star Cinema.
A remake of Petrang Kabayo in the ‘80s that featured Roderick Paulate, the 2010 version starred popular comedian and variety show host Vice Ganda. The story follows Petra, the lead character who turns into a horse because of his terrible behavior. He can only fully return to being human if he learns his lesson to treat people with respect. While the ‘80s film was produced by Regal Films, the 2010 remake is under Viva Films. Petrang Kabayo is based on a notable comic novel by the late Pablo S. Gomez.
Starring Angelica Panganiban and top comedians such as Eugene Domingo, Tuesday Vargas, John Lapus and Jaime Fabregas, the Here Comes The Bride revolves around the plot of body-swapping. Five people switch souls during a solar eclipse. The soul of Stephanie (Angelica Panganiban) goes into the body of the aggressive lawyer Precy (Eugene). Precy’s soul goes into the body of the nanny, Medelyn (Tuesday). The nanny’s soul enters the grandfather’s body (Jaime), whose soul enters Toffee, the make-up artist (John). Toffee’s soul enters Stephanie, the bride’s body. With wedding preparations for Stephanie ongoing, the five have to find ways to go back into their original bodies. The comedy was directed by Chris Martinez and produced by Star Cinema, OctoArts Films and Quantum Productions. The film was part of the Official Selection to the Open Cinema section of the 2010 Pusan International Film Festival.
Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera get back together for the romantic comedy, You To Me Are Everything. Dingdong plays Raphael, a wealthy guy who loses almost everything to his name. Marian is Iska, a girl from the province who suddenly inherits a large amount of wealth, which includes properties from Raphael’s family. Raphael becomes Iska’s business advisor. Together they navigate the world of business as they also manage their developing feelings for each other. Directed by Mark A. Reyes, the movie was produced by GMA Films and Regal Films.
Sam Milby plays Nico, an architecture professor on his way to bigger things in the academe. His life turns upside down when he meets promo girl Sasa, played by Anne Curtis. The budding romance and Nico’s strive to be on top of his career are challenged by Sasa’s class status and their difference in personality and interests. Babe I Love You was directed by Mae Czarina Cruz and produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films.
he biggest production of the year, Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote, was brought to life by five film production outfits: GMA Films, M-Zet Productions, APT Entertainment, OctoArts Films and Imus Productions. This action, comedy and fantasy film features two of the biggest movie stars in Philippine cinema, Vic Sotto and Bong Revilla. Vic is Enteng Kabisote, a human who works with the fairy kingdom to protect their world of Encantasia. Bong is Agimat, the protector of Mahapay, who slays demons and monsters. When the evil fairy Satana imperils both worlds by conspiring with the monsters of Mahapay to grab children for their blood, and threatening Encantasia to get the blood of Faye, Enteng's wife. Enteng and Agimat work together to rescue Faye and fight the monsters to restore peace in both worlds. Directed by Tony Y. Reyes, Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote was an official entry to the 2010 Metro Manila Film Festival. The film won awards for for best make up, best visual effects for Rico Gutierrez, and Face of the Night special awards for Bong Revilla and Sam Pinto.
This comedy-drama film stars Judy Ann Santos and Sarah Geronimo, who play sisters Rica and Cecil. Rica is the nurturing and protective older sister who prioritizes caring for her sibling over anything else, especially with both their parents as overseas Filipino workers. Upon their parents’ return ten years later, their relationship changes. Rica tries to break up Cecil’s potential relationship with a boyfriend (Luis Manzano), but gets hurt when she finds out they already are a couple. Cecil tries to make amends by reuniting her older sister with an old flame, to surprising results. The sisters try to fix their relationship and still remain happy in love. The movie is directed by Wenn Deramas and produced by Viva Films.
Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson team up for Paano Na Kaya, a love story, as best friends Mae and Bogs, whose relationship is about to change. Mae is secretly in love with her best friend Bogs. After Bogs breaks up with his long-term girlfriend, Mae admits her romantic feelings to her best friend. The new couple try to work through the rough patches of their new relationship, especially when Bogs' ex-girlfriend comes back into the picture. Released by Star Cinema, this film was directed by Ruel S. Bayani.
Ang Tanging Ina: Last Na ‘To stars Ai Ai Delas Alas and Eugene Domingo. The movie is another addition to the Ang Tanging Ina movie franchise. Ang Tanging Ina came out in 2003, followed by Ang Taning Ina N'yong Lahat in 2008. In this movie, Ina Montecillo (Ai-Ai delas Alas) learns that she only has six to eight months to live after a freak accident. She struggles with telling her children the truth. Instead she tries to involve herself more in their lives by helping them solve their problems. This only seems to make things worse. Ina is then faced with the reality of having to tell them the truth, at the same time try to live the last days of her life the best way she can. The film won a slew of awards at the 2010 Metro Manila Film Festival which include: Best Actress, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Story and Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress, Best Child Actress, Best Musical Score and Most Gender Sensitive film. The movie was directed by Wenn V. Deramas and was produced by Star Cinema.
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