Coco Martin, ayaw patulan si Erich Gonzales

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Coco Martin, ayaw patulan si Erich Gonzales

Coco Martin, ayaw patulan si Erich GonzalesSUPER DENY SI Coco Martin na niligawan niya si Erich Gonzales. Wala raw katotohanan ang tsismis tungkol sa kanila. Tuloy, nasabihan daw ang dalaga na nag-iilusyon lang ito o gumigimik para mapag-usapan. Nagkasama lang sila sa indie film na Noy kaya may ganu’ng issue, ayon sa hunk actor.

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Nagpalipad-hangin daw kasi si Erich na crush niya si Coco kaya naging sentro sila ng intriga. Wala raw siyang panahon sa love ngayon, dahil sa dami ng kanyang commitment. Malapit nang iere ang mala-Pinoy version ng Glee, ang Idol, kasama niya sina Sarah Geronimo at Sam Milby. After this musical teleserye, sisimulan naman niyang gawin ang isang movie sa France with Direk Brillante Mendoza.

Super excited na nga si Coco sa muli nilang pagtatrabaho ni Direk Brillante. “I owe a lot to Direk Mendoza. Siya ang gumawa ng first movie ko na Masahista then ‘yung international hits na Serbis at Kinatay, kaya lalo akong nakilala sa international movie community,” sey ng morenong aktor.

I’m sure, may mga daring scenes uli si Coco na ipagagawa sa kanya ni Direk Mendoza na kaabang-abang. “Ha! Ha! Ha! Walang problema sa akin ang nudity, kasi nagawa ko nang mag-frontal dati sa Serbis. Kung kailangan uli sa eksena na maghubad ako, go! Malaki ang respeto ko kay Direk kaya sunud-sunuran lang ako sa gusto niya para sa ikagaganda ng pelikula namin. Ibang klase itong movie na gagawin namin sa France. Gusto kong dito ako mag-concentrate, kaya tatapusin ko muna ang Idol bago kami nag-start mag-shooting sa France. Wala sana akong commitment that time para makapag-concentrate ako rito sa project namin ni Direk. Hopefully by January makapag-umpisa na kami,” pahayag ng magaling na aktor.

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TOUCH NAMAN KAMI sa e-mail na ipinadala ni Gil Gundayao tungkol sa indie film na Tarima nina Fanny Serrano, Rocky Salumbides, Rustica Carpio at Ms. Gloria Romero. Gusto po naming ibahagi sa inyo ang kanyang pananaw tungkol sa nasabing pelikula.

“Tarima is an excellent indie-film which tackles a universal theme gauging on human relationship of ambivalent feelings and emotions – where love and understanding triumphed in the end.

“Director Neal Tan effectively executed the movie very efficiently as palpably observable, where the audience react naturally in the humour, drama, production value, script, etc. – as the actors and actresses are superbly placed in their respective roles thereby engaging to their utmost utilization – timelessly for all season of viewing… !

“Ms.Gloria Romero, the ‘reigning moviedom queen’ brought her “Palibhasa Lalake” role of slapstick antiques where there is still the comedy, yet the seriousness or tenacity of ‘stick over the carrot’ resulted the outstanding portrayal of Fanny Serrano – so amiable and crisp.

“Yes, Fanny has matured as an actor par excellence. Serrano captivates the audience in all seasons – Christmas, Cuaresma, rainy and sunny days, where he encapsulates ‘hate’ in his ever-loving, ever-understanding stance – short of a saint.

“Of course, the mellow maternal nurturance of Dr. Rustica C. Carpio, where the spirit to portect Serrano is subsumed to obedience, surrender – yet a good fight and whose respite is a big loss, while yet a graceful exit. Greater loss is felt when Fanny’s close up scene in the Black Nazarene procession provided a hint, an aiota of goodbye – surpisingly saying for an adieu.

“Rocky Salumbides and Fanny’s Tarima homo-sex scene is done in good tasate, while passionate – is somehow blended with psychological flavor, where the audience loudly reacts favorably.

“Chokoleit is a great link and strong support, not so loud and boisterous – he is all throughout even though not around in the end.

“Tarima started in the end, and ended to a new beginning where Ms. Romero’s benevolence for Rocky’s pardon will be reciprocated in her remaining olden days. Tarima is amovie worthy of many awards and citations – locally and globally, featuring the sterling qualities of a Filipino from within and from without – hinging on ‘anomie.’ I can boldly say that it is better than Philadelphia in many ways despite its production cost! Congratulations to the entire team of Tarima for an ‘obra maestra.’ Mabuhay ang pelikulang Pilipino!”

Due to insistent public demand, muli nating mapapanood ang indie film na Tarima on it’s special screening on September 11, Saturday, 8 p.m., at UP Cine Adarna. For ticket inquiries, you may text/ call Mr. Rey Maclang – 09393303541 or Beth Tagalicud – 09279873184.

AYAW Paawat!
by Eddie Littlefield

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