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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #30 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 12:14 PM »
My Top 100 Lists... I wish I can see more Gerry de Leon, Lamberto Avellana's movies but we dont have an archive of our own. I included the flicks of Gosiengfiao & Perez, two unsung filmmakers of Philippine Cinema. The rest are the movies that I look up to and inspire me to watch even more and made me want to be a filmmaker someday.

1. ORO PLATA MATA (Peque Gallaga)
2. ITIM (Mike de Leon)
3. NOLI ME TANGERE (Gerry de Leon)
4. MANILA BY NIGHT (Ishmael Bernal)
5. MAYNILA SA MGA KUKO NG LIWANAG (Lino Brocka)
6. BIYAYA NG LUPA (Manuel Silos)
7. BATANG WEST SIDE (Lav Diaz)
8. HIMALA (Ishmael Bernal)
9. SCORPIO NIGHTS (Peque Gallaga)
10. PATAYIN MO SA SINDAK SI BARBARA (Celso Ad Castillo)
11. BROKEN MARRIAGE (Ishmael Bernal)
12. BATCH 81 (Mike de Leon)
13. MORAL (Marilou Diaz Abaya)
14. BONA (Lino Brocka)
15. ORAPRONOBIS (Lino Brocka)
16. PAGPUTI NG UWAK, PAGITIM NG TAGAK (Celso Ad Castillo)
17. KISAPMATA (Mike de Leon)
18. VIRGIN FOREST (Peque Gallaga)
19. SALOME (Laurice Guillen)
20. ISANG ARAW WALANG DIYOS (Peque Gallaga/Lore Reyes)
21. ASEDILLO (Celso Ad Castillo)
22. INSIANG (Lino Brocka)
23. RELASYON (Ishmael Bernal)
24. MAGNIFICO (Maryo J. delos Reyes)
25. PAHIRAM NG ISANG UMAGA (Ishmael Bernal)
26. TATLONG TAONG WALANG DIYOS (Mario O'Hara)
27. HINUGOT SA LANGIT (Ishmael Bernal)
28. TAKAW TUKSO (William Pascual)
29. MISTERYO SA TUWA (Abbo dela Cruz)
30. UNFAITHFUL WIFE (Peque Gallaga)
31. SISTER STELLA L (Mike de Leon)
32. KAPIT SA PATALIM: BAYAN KO (Lino Brocka)
33. TUHOG (Jeffrey Jeturian)
34. KUNG MANGARAP KA'T MAGISING (Mike de Leon)
35. BOATMAN (Tikoy Aguiluz)
36. PRIVATE SHOW (Sixto Cayco)
37. PARE KO (Jose Javier Reyes)
38. MUTYA NG PASIG (Lamberto Avellana)
39. KUNDIMAN NG LAHI (Lamberto Avellana)
40. INA KA NG ANAK MO (Lino Brocka)
41. DALAWANG PUGAD, ISANG IBON (Ishmael Bernal)
42. KAMAKALAWA (Eddie Romero)
43. ESKAPO (Chito Rono)
44. BAGONG BAYANI (Tikoy Aguiluz)
45. GUMISING KA, MARUJA (Lino Brocka)
46. SOLTERO (Pio de Castro)
47. LAMAN (Maryo J. delos Reyes)
48. SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL (Emmanuel Borlaza, Ishmael Bernal, Peque Gallaga)
49. BRUTAL (Marilou Diaz Abaya)
50. INIT SA MAGDAMAG (Laurice Guillen)
51. TISOY (Ishmael Bernal)
52. KARNAL (Marilou Diaz Abaya)
53. BAYANING 3RD WORLD (Mike de Leon)
54. SANA PAG-IBIG NA (Jeffrey Jeturian)
55. SALAWAHAN (Ishmael Bernal)
56. EBOLUSYON NG ISANG PAMILYANG PILIPINO (Lav Diaz)
57. PAGDATING SA DULO (Ishmael Bernal)
58. KUNG KASALANAN MAN (Eddie Garcia)
59. KAKABAKABA KA BA (Mike de Leon)
60. ANGELA MARKADO (Lino Brocka)
61. NYMPHA (Joey Gosiengfiao)
62. HEREMIAS (Lav Diaz)
63. ANG TATAY KONG NANAY (Lino Brocka)
64. BILANGIN ANG BITUIN SA LANGIT (Elwood Perez)
65. CRYING LADIES (Mark Meily)
66. PLAYGIRL (Mel Chionglo)
67. JAGUAR (Lino Brocka)
68. ITANONG MO SA BUWAN (Chito Rono)
69. BULAKLAK SA CITY JAIL (Mario O'Hara)
70. ALYAS BABY TSINA (Marilou Diaz Abaya)
71. MISIS MO, MISIS KO (Carlitos Siguion-Reyna)
72. BURLESK QUEEN (Celso Ad Castillo)
73. THE GRADUATES (Ishmael Bernal)
74. TEENAGE MARRIAGE (Mel Chinglo)
75. HUBAD SA ILALIM NG BUWAN (Lav Diaz)
76. HANGGANG KAILAN KITA MAMAHALIN (Olivia Lamasan)
77. PAKAWALAN MO AKO (Elwood Perez)
78. BAKIT MAY KAHAPON PA? (Joel Lamangan)
79. ABOT KAMAY ANG PANGARAP (Carlitos Siguion-Reyna)
80. BAGETS (Maryo J. delos Reyes)
81. AGUILA (Eddie Romero)
82. ANG ALAMAT NI JULIAN MAKABAYAN (Celso Ad Castillo)
83. ANG PANDAY (Ronwaldo Reyes)
84. UNDERAGE (Joey Gosingfiao)
85. ANO ANG KULAY NG MUKHA NG DIYOS? (Lino Brocka)
86. MAY MINAMAHAL (Jose Javier Reyes)
87. IBULONG MO SA HANGIN (Gerry de Leon)
88. GANITO KAMI NOON, PAANO KAYO NGAYON (Eddie Romero)
89. BAKIT DUGO ANG KULAY NG GABI? (Gerry de Leon)
90. HAPLOS (Butch Perez)
91. TAGOS NG DUGO (Maryo J. delos Reyes)
92. TEMPTATION ISLAND (Joey Gosiengfiao)
93. PALIPAT LIPAT, PAPALIT PALIT (Lino Brocka)
94. KEKA (Quark Henares)
95. ISLA (Celso Ad Castillo)
96. BLACKOUT (Ato Bautista)
97. KUBRADOR (Jeffrey Jeturian)
98. BIG TIME (Mario Cornejo)
99. ENDO (Jade Castro)
99. ANG PAGDADALAGA NI MAXIMO OLIVEROS (Aureaus Solito)
100. TATLO, DALAWA, ISA (Lino Brocka)
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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #31 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 12:49 PM »
interesting choices... why am i not surprised that Oro, Plata, Mata was number one on your list?

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #32 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 12:55 PM »
In my history of watching movies, its the only one that I track back from my childhood days when I first saw it televised on channel 4, after I was rejected from the Manila Film Center screening in 1983. My curiosity paid off after I finally saw the integral version in World Cinema Centennial celebration at Sm Megamall in 35 mm print!

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #33 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 12:57 PM »
Good list pareng keating, I wasn't surprised that Oro Plata Mata tops your list. Pretty surprised that may Minamahal was included in your list

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #34 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 12:59 PM »
Two of Jose Javier Reyes films were on my lists, PARE KO and MAY MINAMAHAL. PARE KO has teen angst theme possibly one of the sensible movies about youth and much better than Brocka's BURGIS.
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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #35 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 01:01 PM »
Two of Jose Javier Reyes films were on my lists, PARE KO and MAY MINAMAHAL. PARE KO has teen angst theme possibly one of the sensible movies about youth.

It was one of the best teen flicks ever! Too bad, hindi nagkasiya yan sa list q...pero I really love it...I also love Mark Anthony Fernandez' other movie, MANNGARAP KA

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #36 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 02:54 PM »


Quote from: Jojo Devera Posted today at 10:59 AM
100 Acclaimed Filipino Movies

That's according to roving international film critic-writer Mel Tobias
in his fourth and latest book, One Hundred Acclaimed Tagalog Movies
(Sineng Mundo, Best of Philippine Cinema), published by Peanut Butter
Publishing in Vancouver, Canada, where Mel is now based. His three other
books are Flashbacks -- Hong Kong Cinema After Bruce Lee (Gulliver
Books), Memoirs of an Asian Moviegoer (South China Morning Post) and KPS
Video Express -- the Movie Guide, Volume 1.
A native of Santa Rosa, Laguna, Mel (who writes the column Living in
Canada for the Philippine STAR) stayed for 24 years in Hong Kong where
he worked as promotions director of the former British colony's leading
brewery, at the same time writing about films for The Hong Kong Standard
and, using the pen name Eli Carpena, for South China Morning Post and
other Hong Kong magazines and newspapers.
He was also New York Variety's Hong Kong correspondent. For more than
two decades, Mel has been covering film festivals around the world,
including Cannes, Hawaii, Sebastian, Madrid, San Francisco, Toronto,
Tokyo, Chicago, Berlin, etc.
In Vancouver which he now calls "my second home," Mel is the
Entertainment/Lifestyle Editor of the Philippine Chronicle. On the side,
he also acts in theater.
Now, here are the "100 Acclaimed Tagalog Movies" from Mel's book which
features on the cover a young Daniel Fernando peeping through a hole, a
scene from Peque Gallaga's 1984 movie Scorpio Nights in alphabetical
order and with the corresponding directors:

1. Agila (should have been spelled Aguila) by Eddie Romero
2. Alaga (Christian Espiritu)
3. Aliw (Ishmael Bernal)
4. Aliwan Paradise (second episode of Southern Winds, composed of four
episodes by four different Asian directors) by Mike de Leon
5. Anak Dalita (Lamberto Avellana)
6. Boatman (Tikoy Aguiluz)
7. Ang Lalaki sa Buhay ni Selya (Carlitos Siguion-Reyna)
8. Ang Totoong Buhay ni Pacita M (Elwood Perez)
9. Babalik Ka Rin (Romy Suzara)
10. Badjao (Lamberto Avellana)
11. Bagong Hari (Mario O'Hara)
12. Bakit Kay Tagal ng Sandali (Chito Roño)
13. Batch '81 (Mike de Leon)
14. Batingaw (Pablo Santiago)
15. Bayan Ko/Kapit sa Patalim (Lino Brocka)
16. Bayani (Raymond Red)
17. Bilanggo sa Dilim (Mike de Leon)
18. Biyaya ng Lupa (Manuel Silos)
19. Bona (Lino Brocka)
20. Broken Marriage (Ishmael Bernal)
21. Brutal (Marilou Diaz-Abaya)
22. Bulaklak sa City Jail (Mario O'Hara)
23. Burlesk Queen (Celso Ad. Catillo)
24. Calvento Files: The Movie (Lawrence Dyogi episode)
25. City After Dark (Ishmael Bernal)
26. Company of Women (Mel Chionglo)
27. Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon (Ishmael Bernal)
28. Damong Ligaw (Jose Mari Avellana)
29. Damortis (a 93-minute narrative by Briccio Santos)
30. Desire (Eddie Romero)
31. Diliryo (Peque Gallaga/Lore Reyes)
32. Dreaming Filipinos (a 52-minute documentary by Manny Reyes)
33. El Filibusterismo (Gerardo de Leon)
34. Eskapo (Chito Roño)
35. Father Balweg, Rebel Priest (a 65-minute documentary by Tikoy
Aguiluz)
36. The Flor Contemplacion Story (Joel Lamangan)
37. Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon (Eddie Romero)
38. Genghis Khan (Manuel Conde and Lou Salvador, Sr.)
39. Goodbye America (Thiery Notz)
40. Gumising Ka Maruja (Lino Brocka)
41. Hihintayin Kita sa Langit (Carlitos Siguion-Reyna)
42. Himala (Ishmael Bernal)
43. Hubad na Bayani (Robert Arevalo/Ylagan)
44. Ibong Adarna (two versions, 1941 by Vicente Salumbides and 1955 by
Manuel Conde)
45. Ifugao (Gerardo de Leon)
46. Iginuhit ng Tadhana (Jose de Villa)
47. Igorota (Luis Nepomuceno, Jr.)
48. Ina, Kapatid, Anak (Lino Brocka)
49. Init sa Magdamag (Laurice Guillen)
50. Insiang (Lino Brocka)
51. Itim (Mike de Leon)
52. Jaguar (Lino Brocka)
53. Juan Tamad Goes to Congress (Manuel Conde)
54. The King and the Emperor (Eddie Romero)
55. Kisapmata (Mike de Leon)
56. Lahar (Mel Chionglo)
57. Ligaw na Bulaklak (Ishmael Bernal)
58. Ligaya ang Itawag Mo sa Akin (Carlitos Siguion-Reyna)
59. Mabangong Bangungot (Perfumed Nightmare) by Kidlat Tahimik
60. Macho Dancer (Lino Brocka)
61. Maynila sa Mga Kuko ng Liwanag (Lino Brocka)
62. Manila, Open City (Eddie Romero)
63. Memories of Old Manila (a 23-minute documentary by Nick de Ocampo)
64. Merika (Gil M. Portes)
65. Minsa'y Isang Gamu-Gamo (Lupita A. Concio)
66. The Moises Padilla Story (Gerardo de Leon)
67. Noli Me Tangere (Gerardo de Leon)
68. Nunal sa Tubig (Ishmael Bernal)
69. Nympha (Celso Ad. Castillo)
70. Oro, Plata, Mata (Peque Gallaga)
71. Orapronobis (Lino Brocka)
72. PX (Lino Brocka)
73. Pagdating sa Dulo (Ishmael Bernal)
74. Pagputi ng Uwak, Pagitim ng Tagak (Celso Ad. Castillo)
75. Pahiram ng Isang Umaga (Ishmael Bernal)
76. Pinakamagandang Hayop sa Balat ng Lupa (Celso Ad. Castillo)
77. Portrait of the Artist as Filipino (Lamberto Avellana)
78. Private Show (Sixto Kayko, a.k.a. Chito Rono)
79. Relasyon (Ishmael Bernal)
80. Rizal sa Dapitan (Tikoy Aguiluz)
81. Roberta (Olive La Torre)
82. Rodrigo de Villa (Gregorio Fernandez)
83. Sakada (Behn Cervantes)
84. Sakay (Raymond Red)
85. Salome (Laurice Guillen)
86. Sanda Wong (Gerardo de Leon)
87. Sawa sa Lumang Simboryo (Gerardo de Leon)
88. Scorpio Nights (Peque Gallaga)
89. Segurista (Tikoy Aguiluz)
90. Sino'ng Lumikha ng Yoyo? Sino'ng Lumikha ng Moon Buggy? (Kidlat
Tahimik)
91. Sisa (Gerardo de Leon)
92. Sister Stella L. (Mike de Leon)
93. Tatlong Ina, Isang Anak (Mario O'Hara)
94. Tatlong Taong Walang Diyos (Mario O'Hara)
95. Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang (Lino Brocka)
96. Tubog sa Ginto (Lino Brocka)
97. Uhaw (Ruben Abalos)
98. Ulo ng Gapo (Nick Lizaso)
99. Virgin Forest (Peque Gallaga)
100. Virgin People (Celso Ad. Castillo)



This list has been published in Philippine Daily Inquirer dated November 28, 1998.

I wonder if the movie Desire is the same one that has the theme sung by Deborah which has the line: "Hello Joe....Please don't say goodbye." Can anyone confirm this? I believe the movie also stars american actor John Saxon (of A Nightmare On Elm Street fame as Nancy's cop father).

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #37 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 08:21 PM »
the song by Deborah was indeed the theme song of Eddie Romero's film Desire. it was originally titled Hello... Joe, Goodbye which also starred Mark Gil & Tetchie Agbayani...

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #38 on: Jul 29, 2007 at 08:27 PM »

   
Quote from: Jojo Devera posted today at 08:21 PM
the song by Deborah was indeed the theme song of Eddie Romero's film Desire. it was originally titled Hello... Joe, Goodbye which also starred Mark Gil & Tetchie Agbayani...

   Thanks for confirming
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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #39 on: Aug 08, 2007 at 04:35 PM »
Just a little twist from me: ;D

My Very Own Awards Night  :D ;D

Best Film:

MAYNILA SA MGA KUKO NG LIWANAG (1975)

Nominees:
HIMALA (1982)
BATCH '81 (1982)
KISAPMATA (1982)
TINIMBANG KA NGUNIT KULANG (1974)

Best Director:

LINO BROCKA for Maynila sa mga kuko ng liwanag, Insiang, Tinimbang ka ngunit kulang, Orapronobis

Nominees:
ISHMAEL BERNAL for Himala, Hinugot sa Langit, Relasyon, Manila by Night, Pahiram ng Isang Umaga
MARIO O' HARA for Babae sa Breakwater, Tatlong Taong Walang Diyos, Babae sa Bubungang Lata, Bulaklak ng City Jail
MIKE DE LEON for Kisapmata, Itim, Sister Stella L, Batch '81
PEQUE GALLAGA for Oro Plata Mata, Scorpio Nights, Virgin Forrest

Best Actor:

MARK GIL in Batch '81 (1982)

Nominees:
VIC SILAYAN in Kisapmata (1982)
PHILIP SALVADOR in Orapronobis (1989)
RONNIE LAZARO in Oro Plata Mata (1982)
JIRO MANIO in Magnifico (2003)

Best Actress:

LOLITA RODRIGUEZ in Tinimbang ka Ngunit Kulang (1974)

Nominees:
NORA AUNOR in Himala (1982)
VILMA SANTOS in Sister Stella L (1984)
NORA AUNOR in Tatlong Taong Walang Diyos (1977)
MARICEL SORIANO in Hinugot sa Langit (1985)

Best Supporting Actress:

GINA ALAJAR in Brutal (1980)

Nominees:
CLAUDINE BARRETO in Anak (2000)
MAYA VALDEZ in Bulaklak sa City Jail (1984)
MAYA VALDEZ in Oro Plata Mata (1982)
RIO LOCSIN in Manila By Night (1980)

Best Supporting Actor:

TONY SANTOS SR. in Sister Stella L (1984)

Nominees:
JAY ILAGAN in Minsa'y Isang Gamu Gamo (1976)
RUEL VERNAL in Insiang (1976)



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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #41 on: Aug 11, 2007 at 07:36 PM »
100 Greatest Filipino Films

Great list Noel!!! Glad to see HINUGOT SA LANGIT...

I was surprised that you included MORTAL and didn't list ORO PLATA MATA

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #42 on: Aug 11, 2007 at 10:30 PM »
100 Greatest Filipino Films

I'm glad that Oro Plata Mata and Karnal are not in the list, Noel. They're overrated in my opinion. But where's Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon and all the other Romero films for that matter? I'm also partial to Jeturian's Tuhog so I'm quite  :o that it isn't there. But nitpicking aside, it's comprehensive enough. I have to admit though that I haven't seen about a quarter of those films you've mentioned, so there.
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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #43 on: Aug 13, 2007 at 12:15 PM »
Not a fan of Oro Plata or Ganito, I'm afraid. The latter has a great script, but the camerawork is flat as a pancake; the former has some style, but the script's underdeveloped--not to mention I thought it tended to demonize the lower classes.
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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #44 on: Aug 13, 2007 at 12:21 PM »
Mortal I thought the real auteur was Ricky Lee, and that was one of his best scripts; May Nagmamahal I thought showed Diaz Abaya's skill as a mature filmmaker, and some of her best qualities, that of a maternal champion of social issues, but in a story that was actually moving.

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #45 on: Aug 13, 2007 at 12:21 PM »
If I were to include a Romero, I might include Aguila. But I need to see it again, it's been so long.

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #46 on: Aug 13, 2007 at 12:42 PM »
Noel, where did you get to see Sanda Wong and 48 Oras? Are the prints for these films still available?

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #47 on: Aug 14, 2007 at 04:23 AM »
48 Oras I saw in La Salle University's film library, thanks to Doy del Mundo. Sanda Wong, there's a print, good condition too.


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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #48 on: Nov 15, 2007 at 04:29 AM »
I guess you should check out also the movie by Lino Brocka..... Rubia Servios.. It is worth to mention and very rare film also that never been seen in philippine television

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #49 on: Nov 15, 2007 at 03:35 PM »
Nice lists, Jojo! Its about time that a Gosiengfiao flick be recognized. UNDERAGE, NYMPHA & TEMPTATION ISLAND will be included on my lists also.

Temptation Island? Why not? This movie left me in stitches and is actually a classic (to many I hope)

Coming up with a Top 100 is extremely hard especially for a non-hardcore cineaste like me. Can't you guys come up with criteria, like social impact, unforgettability factor, etc.,

Basta ako, I will include 60's DANCE-O-RAMA starring Susan Roces & Jose Mari Gonzales. Baliw na baliw ako sa movie na ito!  ;D ;D

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« Reply #50 on: Nov 15, 2007 at 11:37 PM »
   
Basta ako, I will include 60's DANCE-O-RAMA starring Susan Roces & Jose Mari Gonzales. Baliw na baliw ako sa movie na ito!  ;D ;D

    Despite DANCE-O-RAMA's flimsy plot (an excuse to promote the T.V. dance show to which the movie was based) is highly entertaining mainly due to its charming cast. ;)
    I remembered recording this movie via cable when there's still Viva Cinema back then. :D
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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #51 on: Dec 20, 2007 at 06:08 PM »
Kailangan ba 100? :) Well ill do my best.......


1. Tinimbang ka ngunit Kulang
2. Oro Plata Mata
3. Insiang
4. Karnal
5. Himala
6. Scorpio Nights
7. Batch 81
8. Bagets
9. Maynila sa kuko ng liwanag
10. Macho Dancer
11. Orapronobis
12. Kisapmata
13. Kakaba kaba kaba
14. Ganito kami noon, Paano kayo Ngayon
15. Rizal
16. Big Time
17. Dekada 70
18. Segurista
19. Ebolusyon ng isang Pamilyang Pililipino
20. Kubrador
21. Virgin People
22. Crying Ladies
23. Burlesk Queen
24. Bayaning 3rd World
25. Magnifico
26. Azucena
27. Bulaklak ng City Jail
28. Manila by Night
29. Cain at Abel
30. Feng Shui
31. La Visa Loca
32. A Very Special Love
33. Shake Rattle and Roll I
34. Panday
35. Working Girls




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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #52 on: Feb 12, 2008 at 11:20 PM »
Nabasa ko lang ang forum kaka surf sa internet, and it was very very interesting. Masarap makisali hehehehe

I'll list Filipino movies i've seen so far, mas marami akong napanood na hollywood movies eh :( .  But with the Filipino movies i've seen these are the best (for me).
(in no particular order)

1. Batch 81
2. Himala
3. Kailangan kita
4. Sana Maulit muli (Aga and Lea Salonga).
5. Bagets
6. Ganito kami noon, paano kayo ngayon?
7. The Boatman
8. Segurista
9. Jose Rizal
10. Kakaba kaba kaba
11. Bayaning 3rd World
12. Crying Ladies
13. La Visa Loca
14. Scorpio Nights
15. Sigaw
16. Kisapmata
17. Sister Stella L.
18. Anak
19. Basag ang pula (?)  (vilma Santos, i'm not sure of the title)
20. Anak ng Bulkan (FPJ and Ace vergel)
21. Princessa Naranja ("Sa isang libo mong halik ako ay puputi")
22. Ibong Adarna
23. Batwoman and Robin
24. Captain Barbell (dolphy)
25. Virgin Forest
26. Ligaya ang itawag mo sa akin
27. Kapit sa patalim, bayan ko
28. Ipaglaban mo the movie (especially enjoyed the "nag-enjoy ka ba?! scene)
29. Minsa'y isang gamu-gamo ("mmmyyy brother is notttt a pig!")
30. Ang Panday (classic)
31. Umpisahan mo , tatapusin ko
32. Aguila
33. Oro, plata, mata
34. Matimbang pa sa dugo (Rudy Fernandez, good story)
 
Di ko na matandaan ang iba hehehehe

Have somebody seen si Mario at si Goku?

 

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #53 on: Feb 13, 2008 at 12:06 AM »
Nabasa ko lang ang forum kaka surf sa internet, and it was very very interesting. Masarap makisali hehehehe

I'll list Filipino movies i've seen so far, mas marami akong napanood na hollywood movies eh :( .  But with the Filipino movies i've seen these are the best (for me).
(in no particular order)

1. Batch 81
2. Himala
3. Kailangan kita
4. Sana Maulit muli (Aga and Lea Salonga).
5. Bagets
6. Ganito kami noon, paano kayo ngayon?
7. The Boatman
8. Segurista
9. Jose Rizal
10. Kakaba kaba kaba
11. Bayaning 3rd World
12. Crying Ladies
13. La Visa Loca
14. Scorpio Nights
15. Sigaw
16. Kisapmata
17. Sister Stella L.
18. Anak
19. Basag ang pula (?)  (vilma Santos, i'm not sure of the title)
20. Anak ng Bulkan (FPJ and Ace vergel)
21. Princessa Naranja ("Sa isang libo mong halik ako ay puputi")
22. Ibong Adarna
23. Batwoman and Robin
24. Captain Barbell (dolphy)
25. Virgin Forest
26. Ligaya ang itawag mo sa akin
27. Kapit sa patalim, bayan ko
28. Ipaglaban mo the movie (especially enjoyed the "nag-enjoy ka ba?! scene)
29. Minsa'y isang gamu-gamo ("mmmyyy brother is notttt a pig!")
30. Ang Panday (classic)
31. Umpisahan mo , tatapusin ko
32. Aguila
33. Oro, plata, mata
34. Matimbang pa sa dugo (Rudy Fernandez, good story)
 
Di ko na matandaan ang iba hehehehe

Have somebody seen si Mario at si Goku?

 

     Nice list. By the way, Basag Ang Pula starring Ace Vergel or is it a movie starring Vilma Santos? In Basag, it has Snooky Serna.

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #54 on: Oct 09, 2008 at 08:57 AM »
Looked at Aguila recently and I think it's Romero's underrated masterpiece. Plus it has a real look, thanks to Mike De Leon, comparable to and even superior I think to Oro PLata Mata (it's cleaner, less pretentious). Will probably add this to my top 100 soon...

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Re: PinoyDVD's top 100 best Filipino films of all-time
« Reply #55 on: Oct 10, 2008 at 04:20 AM »
Wow this is fun! Pasali naman kahit medyo matagal na ang post na 'to.  ;D
Some may not be the best but I’ve enjoyed watching them. Maybe this list should be called (MY) 100 FAVORITE FILIPINO FILMS.


1.   AGUILA, 1980, EDDIE ROMERO
2.   ANGELA MARKADO, 1980, LINO BROCKA
3.   APAT NA MARIA, 1980, MARYO J. DELOS REYES
4.   ATSAY, 1978, EDDIE GARCIA
5.   ALIW, 1979, ISHMAEL BERNAL
6.   ASEDILLO, 1971, CELSO AD CASTILLO
7.   ANAK DALITA, 1956, LAMBERTO AVELLANA
8.   ANG ALAMAT NI JULIAN MAKABAYAN, 1979, CELSO AD CASTILLO
9.   BAYAN KO: KAPIT SA PATALIM, 1985, LINO BROCKA
10.   BAKIT BUGHAW ANG LANGIT, 1981, MARIO O’HARA
11.   BONA, 1980, LINO BROCKA
12.   BROKEN MARRIAGE, 1983, ISHMAEL BERNAL
13.   BIYAYA NG LUPA, 1959, MANUEL SILOS
14.   BATANGUEÑA, 1953, F.H. CONSTANTINO
15.   BAGETS, 1984, MARYO J. DELOS REYES
16.   MGA BATONG HIYAS, 1963, NATOY CATINDIG
17.   BILANGIN ANG BITUIN SA LANGIT, 1989, ELWOOD PEREZ
18.   BULAKLAK SA CITY JAIL, 1984, MARIO O’HARA
19.   BRUTAL, 1980, MARILOU DIAZ ABAYA
20.   BATCH ’81, 1982, MIKE DE LEON
21.   BATA, BATA PAANO KA GINAWA, 1998, CHITO ROÑO
22.   BABAE SA BUBUNGANG LATA, 1998, MARIO O’HARA
23.   BAYANING 3RD WORLD, 1999, MIKE DE LEON
24.   MGA BILANGGONG BIRHEN, 1977, MARIO O’HARA & ROMY SUZARA
25.   THE BOATMAN, 1984, TIKOY AGUILUZ
26.   BURLESK QUEEN, 1977, CELSO AD CASTILLO
27.   BRIDAL SHOWER, 2003, JEFFREY JETURIAN
28.   CURACHA, 1998, CHITO ROÑO
29.   DIOSA, 1982, MARYO J. DELOS REYES
30.   DYESEBEL, 1953, GERARDO DE LEON
31.   GABUN, 1979, MARYO J. DELOS REYES
32.   GORIO AT TEKLA, 1953
33.   THE GRADUATES, ISHMAEL BERNAL
34.   GERON BUSABOS, 1964, CESAR GALLARDO
35.   GANITO KAMI NOON, PAANO KAYO NGAYON, 1976, EDDIE ROMERO
36.   GAMITAN, 2002, QUARK HENARES
37.   HIMALA, 1982, ISHAMEL BERNAL
38.   HIGH SCHOOL CIRCA ’65, 1979, MARYO J. DELOS REYES
39.   HINUGOT SA LANGIT, 1985, ISHMAEL BERNAL
40.   HONG KONG HOLIDAY, 1957, TONY ARNALDO
41.   HINDI MAGBABAGO, 1994, DON ESCUDERO
42.   HIGH SCHOOL SCANDAL, GIL PORTES
43.   INA KA NG ANAK MO, 1979, LINO BROCKA
44.   INSIANG, 1976, LINO BROCKA
45.   ITANONG MO SA BUWAN, 1988, CHITO ROÑO
46.   INAY, 1977, LINO BROCKA
47.   IKAW PA LANG ANG MINAHAL, 1992, CARLOS SIGUION REYNA
48.   INAGAW MO ANG LAHAT SA AKIN, 1995, CARLOS SIGUION REYNA
49.   INA KAPATID ANAK, 1979, LINO BROCKA
50.   ITIM, 1976, MIKE DE LEON
51.   KONTROBERSYAL, 1981, LINO BROCKA
52.   KARNAL, 1983, MARILOU DIAZA ABAYA
53.   KISAPMATA, 1981, MIKE DE LEON
54.   KASAL, 1980, LAURICE GUILLEN
55.   KUNG MANGARAP KA’T MAGISING, 1977, MIKE DE LEON
56.   KAKABAKABA KA BA, 1980, MIKE DE LEON
57.   KALELDO, 2007, BRILLANTE MEDNOZA
58.   LIVE SHOW, 2001, JOSE JAVIER REYES
59.   MAYNILA SA MGA KUKO NG LIWANAG, 1975, LINO BROCKA
60.   MANILA BY NIGHT, 1980, ISHMAEL BERNAL
61.   MORAL, 1982, MARILOU DIAZ ABAYA
62.   MORTAL, 1976, MARIO O’HARA
63.   MASAHISTA, 2005, BRILLANTE MENDOZA
64.   ‘MERIKA, 1984, GIL PORTES
65.   MISIS MO, MISIS KO, 1988, CARLOS SIGUION REYNA
66.   MACHO DANCER, 1989, LINO BROCKA
67.   MAY MINAMAHAL, 1993, JOSE JAVIER REYES
68.   MINSA’Y ISANG GAMU-GAMO, 1976, LUPITA A. CONCIO
69.   MALVAROSA, 1958, GREGORIO FERNANDEZ
70.   NUNAL SA TUBIG, 1975, ISHMAEL BERNAL
71.   NOLI ME TANGERE, 1961, GERARDO DE LEON
72.   OPERETANG SAMPAY-BAKOD, 1960
73.   ORO PLATA MATA, 1982, PEQUE GALLAGA
74.   ANG PAGDADALAGA NI MAXIMO OLIVEROS, 2005, AURAEUS SOLITO
75.   PAGPUTI NG UWAK, PAG-ITIM NG TAGAK, 1978, CELSO AD CASTILLO
76.   PAHIRAM NG ISANG UMAGA, 1989, ISHMAEL BERNAL
77.   PUPPY LOVE, 1956, MANUEL SILOS
78.   PRIVATE SHOW, 1986, SIXTO CAYKO
79.   PLAYGIRL, 1981, MEL CHIONGLO
80.   PILA BALDE, 1999, JEFFREY JETURIAN
81.   RELASYON, 1982, ISHMAEL BERNAL
82.   SISTER STELLA L, 1984, MIKE DE LEON
83.   SALAWAHAN, 1979, ISHMAEL BERNAL
84.   SCORPIO NIGHTS, 1985, PEQUE GALLAGA
85.   SALOME, 1981, LAURICE GUILLEN
86.   SINNER OR SAINT, 1984, MEL CHIONGLO
87.   SERAFIN GERONIMO, ANG KRIMINAL NG BARYO CONCEPCION, 1998, LAV DIAZ
88.   STARDOOM, 1971, LINO BROCKA
89.   SABADO NG GABI, LINGGO NG UMAGA, 1998, ED LEJANO
90.   TAKAW TUKSO, 1986, WILLIAM PASCUAL
91.   ANG TATAY KONG NANAY, 1978, LINO BROCKA
92.   TATLONG TAONG WALANG DIYOS, 1976, MARIO O’HARA
93.   TAGOS NG DUGO, 1987, MARYO J. DELOS REYES
94.   TIKET MAMA, TIKET ALE, SA LINGGO ANG BOLA, 1976, GIL PORTES
95.   TINIMBANG KA NGUNIT KULANG, 1974, LINO BROCKA
96.   TUMBALIK NA DAIGIDIG, 1953, TONY ARNALDO
97.   TUHOG, 2000, JEFFREY JETURIAN
98.   TEMPTATION ISLAND, 1979, JOEY GOSIENGFIAO
99.   MGA UOD AT ROSAS, 1982, ROMY SUZARA
100.   WORKING GIRLS, ISHMAEL BERNAL




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« Reply #56 on: Oct 12, 2008 at 09:26 AM »
I'm dying to see Suzara's MGA BILANGGONG BIRHEN which I heard has some resemblance or even better than Peter Weir's PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK?

Bumped PATAYIN MO SA SINDAK SI BARBARA on my Top Ten Lists......arguably the greatest Filipino horror film ever made. I wish I could see also The Kid's zombie film made during the early 70's and the black and white erotic film NYMPHA.

Celso is one hell of a genius filmmaker! Even Peque is so inspired on his films.  Count it....he can do anything from horror, epic, drama, action to bold genre.
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« Reply #57 on: Oct 12, 2008 at 01:53 PM »
Patayin is easily the most frightening. Greatest? I keep leaning to Gerry de Leon's Ibulong Mo sa Hangin. Or arguably Kisapmata.

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« Reply #58 on: Oct 13, 2008 at 05:04 AM »
I'm dying to see Suzara's MGA BILANGGONG BIRHEN which I heard has some resemblance or even better than Peter Weir's PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK?

Bumped PATAYIN MO SA SINDAK SI BARBARA on my Top Ten Lists......arguably the greatest Filipino horror film ever made. I wish I could see also The Kid's zombie film made during the early 70's and the black and white erotic film NYMPHA.

Celso is one hell of a genius filmmaker! Even Peque is so inspired on his films.  Count it....he can do anything from horror, epic, drama, action to bold genre.

alam mo keats, i met direk celso a few years ago. i interviewed him for a segment sa show show ni loren legarda noon sa abc 5. mabait sya. we arrived late in the evening sa house nya (cavite o laguna ba yun?) pero hintay nya pa rin kami. he even autographed my vcd of burlesk queen. alam mo, kahit sya wala nang masyadong kopya ng old classics nya. ang mostly meron sya na ipinakita nya sa amin 80s-90s bold films nya (sa vhs pa). sayang nga lang walang photo op kasi wala akong dalang camera hehe.
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« Reply #59 on: Oct 13, 2008 at 09:57 AM »
Celso is also a terridic actor--see him as the ambitious mayor in Bagon Hari, or even in I forget which lousy movie, it was either an early Laranas or early Matti, but he stuck out as the only thing that was both over the top and just right.