The MMDA permanently closes five provincial bus terminals in Cubao, Quezon City for violating the “nose-in, nose-out” policy. A House committee approves the use of Baybayin as the country’s national writing system. Tourists can refresh this summer in Nueva Vizcaya's Naruron Falls.
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Set in the turbulent decade of the 70s, the film is based on the true-life story of Ongkoy who was once the leader of the infamous anti-vigilante group “Kuratong Baleleng.” Ongkoy is regarded by many as the “Robin Hood” of Mindanao and his passionate and powerful views on family and patriotism remains to be the stuff of legend in Filipino culture even to this very day.
Three sisters are separated from birth. Maria is a nerdy class from the province, Marie is a tomboy from the slums, and Mary is the daughter of a rich socialite. They live different lives but somehow manage to cross each other's path causing confusion to those around them, eventually reuniting in the end. Barok (WILLIAM MARTINEZ), Fernando (GARY VALENCIANO) and Barry (MARTIN NIEVERA) are the significant others of the three sisters.
Arthur Porcuna alias Boy Golden (Jeorge Estregan) is known to be one of the most notorious gangsters in the Manila in the 60’s. After an altercation with a rival gang, Boy Golden is presumed to be dead but he makes a return with vengeance in mind. He meets Marla Dee (KC Concepcion), a woman with the same vindictive agenda, and together the two become the Bonnie and Clyde of Manila.
High school student Jen Guilarman (Meg Imperial) lives in misery with her abusive mother and her mom's lesbian lover. Looking for some escape, she aims to join an all-girl gang which first requires her to undergo a sexual rite. Jen only has one man in mind, and that is her teacher, Ariel Basco, who has always been sympathetic with her. Suddenly, Jen cries rape and gets her teacher arrested, but behind her tragic fate is a dark truth.
Bogart (VIC SOTTO) and David (JAIME FABREGAS) are partners in crime whose crude tactics backfire most of the time. Adding insult is Bogart's daughter Chikinini (AIZA SEGUERRA) who outsmarts them all the time. Adding injury is Ka Limot's (PANCHITO) magic potion which causes Bogart and Chikinini to switch identities.
Set during the Philippine-American war, Heneral Luna follows the life of General Antonio Luna (John Arcilla), a short tempered general, as he tries to lead his countrymen against colonial masters new and old, and to rise above their own raging disputes to fulfill the promise of the Philippine Revolution.
Inseparable ever since they began their relationship, Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) and Basha (Bea Alonzo) find themselves going separate paths as Basha grows tired of Popoy's overprotectiveness and decides to move on with her life.