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Working Girls [2010]


Working Girls
is a 2010 Filipino comedy film remake starring Eugene Domingo, Jennylyn Mercado, Iza Calzado, Cristine Reyes, Bianca King, Eula Valdez and Ruffa Gutierrez. Directed by Jose Javier Reyes, from a screenplay by Amado Lacuesta, it was released to cinemas on April 21, 2010 in the Philippines.

Cast

Eugene Domingo as Paula Cajanding
Ruffa Gutierrez as Marilou Cobarrubias
Iza Calzado as Theresa "Tere" Villanueva
Jennylyn Mercado as Ada Rosales
Cristine Reyes as Wendy Casuga
Bianca King as Dara Dela Vega
Eula Valdez as Dra. Cleo Carillo

Plot

They are everyday women who all live under a world where men rule business and women rule the office. In this comedy hit of the summer, the story begins with Paula, (Eugene Domingo) is the daughter-in-law of Nimfa (Gina Pareno), she is queen of fake designer bags she earns high earning a living and puts her children though private school, a life that her irresponsible and unemployed husband cannot provide. Then there is single mom, Ada (Jennylyn Mercado), a young woman who is a call center agent by night and student by day, working hard to provide for her young son. In the process, she neglects her son and put additional strain on her relationship with her mother, Sabel (Rio Locsin). Ada is also close friends with Tobz (Carlo Aquino) who is currently having issues with his girlfriend, Wendy (Cristine Reyes) also a busy woman who does not give him time nor pleasure and whose long life goal is become an actor. While pursuing this, she meets Rodney (Rafael Rosell), who is also an attorney to celebrity plastic surgeon, Dr. Cleo Carillo. One of her clients/friends, Marilou (Ruffa Guttierez), a beauty queen turned CEO upon the death of her husband, is also having problems with Amanda Dela Vega, her husband's daughter from another marriage and Amanda's daughter, Dara Dela Vega (Bianca King). Dara is a Berkley graduate who is eager to prove herself at her new job for a television show; she is struggling to manager her issues from home and her issues boss, Suzanne (Carmi Martin) who is also Marilou's best friend. Another story follows Theresa (Iza Calzado), a nurse for Dr. Carillo's husband and who, is content with her work but struggles to deal with her broken heart.
In the end, Paula, after a brief love affair with her temporary driver (Ricky Davao) decides to continue being a loud-mouthed and depressed wife. Ada finally decides to love Tabz while Wendy is left brokenhearted when Rodney leaves. Dara shows her wits and talent as she uncovers the truth about a protestor Dolorosa "Rose" Bonefacio (Maria Isabel Lopez), a women's rights activist. Marilou also finds some information on Amanda's schemes against the company. Lastly, there is Theresa, who finally forgives her ex-suitor and Emily.
This story reflects the challenges of everyday woman, involving family, love, money and the community. The story is based on the hit Viva Films Comedy 25 years ago is the sequel to Ishmael Bernal's Blockbuster top grosser in the 80's.
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Babe, I Love You [2010]

Babe, I Love You is a 2010 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Anne Curtis and Sam Milby. It is produced by Star Cinema and VIVA Films.

Film production started in 2009. The first teaser was released through Star Cinema's official YouTube account. The teaser was also shown in the theaters with Miss You Like Crazy. On March 11, 2010, a music video of the movie was released again on Star Cinema's official YouTube account. It showed the singer of the theme song, Piolo Pascual and some scenes from the movie.

Movie Synopsis
In the academe, Nicolas “Nico” Veneracion Borromeo is a highly-esteemed History of Architecture professor who is on his way to becoming the next Vice Dean of the Department. He knows that achieving this would finally make his mother proud of him and forgive him for indirectly causing his father’s death.
And yet, when he meets an unconventional girl named Sandra “Sasa” Sanchez, his world turns upside down. He never thought that he could fall in love with someone who works as a promo-girl and is obviously unacceptable in his life.

Main Cast
Anne Curtis, Sam Milby

Supporting Cast
AJ Perez, Angel Sy, Cheska Ortega, CJ Jaravata, Guji Lorenzana, Joem Bascon, Justin Gonzales, Kitkat , Laurice Guillen, Leo Rialp, Megan Young, Nicole Uysieuseng, Nikki Bacolod, Nikki Valdez, Nina Dolino, Roden Araneta, Tetchie Agbayani, Thou Reyes

Director
Mae Czarina Cruz

Writer
King Palisoc, Margarette Labrador, Mia Bacarro

Film Producer
Kara U. Kintanar, Veronique del Rosario-Corpus, Vincent del Rosario

Genre
Comedy / Drama / Romance

Release Date
April 3, 2010

Released By
Star Cinema

MTRCB Rating
PG-13

Running Time
01 h 50 m

Box Office
This film was released on April 3, 2010 and it grossed ₱12 million pesos in its first day. As of May 2, 2010, the film grossed ₱96.34M, overtaking Star Cinema's Paano Na Kaya.

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