It has been almost five years since the release of ‘I Do Bidoo Bidoo’, a Filipino musical that tackles the themes of pre-marital pregnancy between a rich and a poor family. The film progresses the story through the music of Apo Hiking Society. From the emotional numbers, ‘Nakakapagtaka’ and ‘Batang-bata Ka Pa’ to the more upbeat songs, ‘Blue Jeans’ and ‘Syotang Pa-Class’, the movie never fails to deliver the required emotions and choreography for each scenes. Every character stands out thanks to the given depth by the writer and the actors themselves.
Hear ye! Hear ye!
We’re here once again to cover the upcoming Metro Manila Film Festival, set to launch tomorrow and run through January 3 of next year. But this year’s festival is unlike any other. Most of the selections were independently produced or “indie”.
We take no side on the fight between indies and mainstream movies that have been occurring on the internet for some time.