Wednesday, July 14, 2010
May unofficial Korean version na ang original composition ni Ogie Alcasid na “Pangako.”
Ang pirated Korean version ng Pangako ni Ogie ay may pamagat na “For Your Love” at inawit ng Korean singer na si Jang Hye Jin.
Usually kapag bahagi lamang ng isang awit ang katunog ng bagong kanta, hindi na ito nahahabol ng original composer. Subalit ang melody ng diumano’y Korean version ng Pangako ay buong-buo ang pagkakatulad sa original song na inawit ni Regine Velasquez mula stanza hanggang chorus.
Ano kaya ang magiging hakbang dito ni Ogie Alcasid na ngayon ay pangulo na ng OPM?
Pakinggan ang Korean Version ng Pangako:
Posted by BLOGGER at 9:38 AM
After breaking box office records and reaping numerous accolades last year, Star Cinema’s 2009 film, “In My Life” makes a grand Philippine TV premiere on the country’s no.1 cable channel, Cinema One.
Topbilled by Star for All Seasons Vilma Santos, John Lloyd Cruz and Luis Manzano, In My Life is set to premiere on Cinema One’s Blockbuster Sundays, July 18, at 8pm.
In My Life is a heartwarming story about family, friendship, love, and acceptance that puts the spotlight to Shirley (Santos), a middle-aged librarian and single mother who accepted the invitation of his son Mark (Manzano) to visit him in New York. With the help of Mark’s lover, Noel (Cruz), Shirley tries to start a new life to get away from her problems while also trying to rekindle her estranged relationship with her son. But just when things are starting to get better for Shirley in the Big Apple, she slowly discovers a dark secret her son is keeping from her.
A masterpiece from director Olivia Lamasan, In My Life takes pride in bringing back Vilma Santos into the big screen after seven years of not making movies. To make it more special, “Ate Vi” was starred alongside Box Office King John Lloyd and her son Luis—a very first not only for the Star for All Seasons but for the two young actors as well.
In My Life’s winning story made it one of the most awarded films for 2009, bagging Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Director and Best Picture in several respected award-giving bodies. It received five awards from the 8th Gawad Tanglaw, seven from the 26th PMPC Star Awards for Movies, and three from the 41st Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Awards, among others.
In My Life gave Santos the Best Actress awards from Gawad Tanglaw, Gawad Suri, PMPC Star Awards, 41st GMMA, and 1st MTRCB Film Awards. Cruz, meanwhile, received Best Actor awards from 41st GMMA, 26th PMPC Star Awards; Gawad PASADO; 8th Gawad Tanglaw and 1st MTRCB Awards. In My Life also gave Manzano his first acting awards, including Star Awards’ Best Movie Supporting Actor of the Year; GAWAD Tanglaw’s Best Supporting Actor 2010 and just recently 41st Box Office Entertainment Awards of the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation’s Film Actor of the Year.
Apart from awards, In My Life gained positive reviews from moviegoers and critics alike. The Philippine Daily Inquirer opinion columnist and acclaimed film critic Nestor Torre commended the film saying, “In My Life is still the most empathetic mainstream production we’ve seen this year, thanks to its leads’ sensitive portrayals and the relative fluidity and topicality of Lamasan’s storytelling. Finally, the film is a personal triumph for Vilma Santos, whose feisty and committed performance proves that, in her mid-50s, she’s at the peak of her artistry. At a time when teleserye overacting has compromised the work of many veteran stars, Vilma shows the way back to passionate, principled excellence.”
Don’t miss the Philippine TV premiere of In My Life on July 18, Sunday, on Cinema One and re-discover how the “relationship of two men teaches a woman to move on and live again”.
Cinema One is owned by Creative Programs, Inc., and distributed nationwide by Power Bundle. Creative Programs, Inc. is a subsidiary of ABS-CBN. Cinema is available on SkyCable Gold SkyCable Silver and other quality cable operators nationwide.
Watch the teaser trailer for the upcoming romantic drama “In Your Eyes” starring Claudine Barretto, Anne Curtis and Richard Gutierrez.
The film revolves around two sisters, Ciara (Claudine Barretto) and Julia (Anne Curtis) who are worlds apart because of Ciara’s job. After eight years of separation, Ciara and Julia reunite. Storm (Richard Gutierrez), Julia’s boyfriend, joins Julia despite the lack of a definite plan. In a desperate move for Storm to gain immigrant status, Julia asks Storm to enter into an arranged marriage with Ciara, who is now an American citizen. As Storm struggles to find his place in a foreign land, Julia lives on to chase after her dreams causing the two of them to drift apart. Meanwhile, time spent together led to an unexpected love affair between Ciara and Storm.
Directed by Mac Alejandre, the film which was partly shot in the urban landscapes of Los Angeles, California also stars Joel Torre, Maricar de Mesa, Leandro Muñoz and CJ Javarata.
The movie will open in cinemas nationwide on August 18, 2010.
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