Kasal is a slice of life drama of a gay couple whose resolve to stay together is challenged as they attend a wedding. It also is an examination on how a gay couple navigates through the different institutions in Philippine society.
Laurice Guillen's debut film, about a young couple about to get married.
Lia is set to marry Cebu's most eligible bachelor and mayoral candidate Philip. Conflict begins when Lia's ex boyfriend Wado works for them in a project that will potentially help Philip win the elections.
Jed is on the brink of leaving the Philippines to join his family in America when a run-in with the perfect woman, Angie, changes everything. A speedy proposal sends both families reeling and sets the stage for a rocky marriage.
Official entry to the first Metro Manila Film Festival in 1979 directed by Pablo Santiago and starred Nora Aunor, Christopher de Leon, Alma Moreno, Rudy Fernandez, Rebecca Gonzales, Lito Anzures, Jose Garcia, Matimtiman Cruz, and German Moreno.
A sequel of Pido Dida 1 in which two children from the orphanage grow up thinking they are siblings, but later find out that they are not related. They realize that they are in love and get married. Dida's Stepmother Shirley (Dexter Doria) continues to belittle Pido and there seems no way that they will ever get along. The newlyweds moves in with Pido's Mother (Nova Villa) who gives them a long lecture so the couple decide to stay with Nanay Batchoy (Vangie Labalan), the junk dealer who raised them like her own. Trouble starts when Pido's womanizing and henpecked Boss makes him the go-between for him and his mistress. - Written by ledster
When a joy ride goes very wrong, fast-talking teenager Tunji and his friends must scramble to raise the money to fix their stern uncle Taju's beloved car. With just five hours before Taju gets off work, the four young men resort to every infamous Las Gidi street hustle they know.
Kasalanan Bang Sambahin Ka tells of woman who has a one-night stand with married man and becomes obsessed with him, stalking him to the point of threatening suicide to get his attention.
Ubiquitous Filipino sexfilm actor Estregan sets in motion a sleazy chain of events when he successfully seduces his stepdaughter (Mauricio). While her mother, his wife (Ramirez), is none the wiser the younger daughter (Sumilang) spies on their heated couplings with guilty excitement. Inevitably his attentions turn to this curious virgin. Although at first she resists his affection, it’s only a matter of time before she relents, in surprising hardcore fashion.
A driver sells his baby to his wealthy, childless employers.
Kasalavu Nesam is a 1999 Tamil comedy television series directed by K. Balachander and starring Venu Arvind. The series aired on Sun TV and Raj TV, and is referred to as among Balachander's "most memorable".
Kasalanan Bang Ibigin Ka? or Forbidden Love is a Filipino drama series created by Kit Villanueva - Langit, written by Agnes Gagelonia - Uligan, under the direction of Mark Reyes and produced by GMA Network. The series headlines Jackie Rice and Geoff Eigenmann as the main lead characters with Jennica Garcia, Michael de Mesa and Angelika dela Cruz. The series premiered on June 4, 2012 replacing The Good Daughter on GMA Afternoon Prime block and June 7, 2012 on GMA Pinoy TV in North America and June 8, 2012 in Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Europe. The series follows the life and love of Erica, played by Jackie Rice, a young lady who trapped in a very complicated situation when she marries a much older and divorced man who happens to be the father of the guy she loves the most. According to AGB Nielsen Mega Manila the show got a ratings of 19.5%, it ranks at no. 3 while its competitor in ABS CBN and TV 5 got only 7.7% and 3.8%. Kantar Media Nationwide TV Rating also recorded a ratings of 14.2%, prompting to be at rank 3 while its competitor in ABS CBN go only 12.8%. The series ended on August 31, 2012 and it will be replaced by Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga. It ran for 13 weeks with 65 episodes all in all.