Special award ni Nora Aunor sa 37th MMFF sinabotahe ni Suzette Ranillo?

HETO na, kalat na kalat na yung dapat sana’y nabigyan ng achievement award si Nora Aunor kagabi (Disyembre 28) sa parangal para sa MMFF. Special recognition sana ang ipagkakaloob ng 37th MMFF ngayong 2011 para sa Superstar.

Ito ay bilang pagkilala sa mga naging kontribusyon at karangalang natamo ni Ms. Aunor, bilang bahagi ng taunang Metro Manila Film Festival simula noong 1975.

Pero dahil sobrang bureaucratic ang arrive ng mga proseso bago makarating kay Nora Aunor, ayan tuloy, di na itinuloy ang award.

At the last minute, balitang kinansela ng Metro Manila Film Festival Executive Committee ang parangal kay Nora Aunor.

Si Suzette Ranillo ang itinuturong dahilan kung bakit last minute, kinansela ang award. Ayon daw kasi kay Suzette, di makadadalo si Guy, gayung sa true, di naman nito sinabihan ang kampo ni Guy.

Umalis naman papuntang US si Suzette para roon mag-Christmas kasama ang kanyang veteran actress-mom, Gloria Sevilla na iniwang bitin ang negosasyon sa kanya.

“Bakit si Suzette ang kinausap nila? Sana ako, o sinumang taga-TV5,” himutok pa raw ni Boy Palma.

Bilang exclusive contract artist ng Kapatid network, lagi raw ipinababatid nina Nora at ni Palma sa lahat ang nararapat na pakikipag-ugnayan sa management ng TV5.

Kasama sa mga contact persons, ayon kay Palma, ay sina TV5 CEO Atty. Ray Espinosa, at Perci Intalan, Creative/Entertainment head.

Ang mga ito ang sinasabihan ng anumang bagay na may kinalaman sa propesyon ni Nora Aunor, kasama na ang film offers at mga parangal.

Ayon din kay Palma, sa puntong ito ay hindi na mababago ang MMFF Awards Programme kaya hindi na maisasali pa ang special award ni Nora.

“Wala na raw time para magawa ang plaque,” aniya.

“Si Suzette daw kasi ang kausap nila.”

Si Suzette Ranillo ang siyang designated ng TV5 bilang tagapag-ugnay ni Nora Aunor sa sinumang may pakay dito na pampropesyunal.

Ngunit ayon kay Palma, kailangan ring makipag-ugnay muna si Suzette sa kanya, dahil si Palma ang tumatayong manager at schedule master ng aktres.

Lumilitaw na hindi isinangguni ni Suzette Ranillo ang mensahe ng 37th MMFF Awards Committee hinggil sa ipagkakaloob sanang special award kay Nora. Wala raw isinang- guni kay Boy Palma at wala rin sa sinuman sa TV5 management.

Nanghihinayang man, ani Palma, “Okey lang naman kay Guy. No problem. Napakarami na’ng award ni Guy this year.”

So there!

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Pelikula ni Kris Aquino sa pestibal, kinukuwestiyon ang Grade A mula sa CEB

AAMININ naming napangitan kami sa Segunda Mano ni Kris Aquino. Napanood namin ang naturang movie na talaga namang napakapangit, hindi talaga masikmura yung Grade A nito mula sa Cinema Evaluation Board. Talaga namang una naming pinanood ang Segunda Mano, only to find out na pagkapangit-pangit pala nito. No wonder, hindi puno ang mga sinehang pinagtatanghalan nito. (Kanya-kanyang point of view lang ‘yan, Sar. ‘Yung punto de vista mo ay di pananaw ng iba! – Ed)

Tuloy, may hinuha kaming pinulitika ni Kris ang CEB para piliting bigyan ng excellent rating ang movie niya.

Anyway, hindi kami nag-iisa sa opinyong pangit ang Segunda Mano. Marami kaming narinig na pangit na comments tungkol sa movie pero ang pinaka ay yung nabasa naming review sa Facebook which we are quoting directly. Mula ito kay Mario Escobar Bautista, and here it is in its entirety:

WARNING: This review has spoilers so if you intend to watch the movie, just read this after watching it. VIEWERS love getting a good scare and this explains why horror flicks are a staple all throughout the year. We were glad when we learned Segund Mano got an A rating from the Cinema Evaluation Board. It should be as effective as our favorite local scary film, Feng Shui. But our initial reaction after watching Segunda Mano is: how did this get an A? We don’t really mind that its two main plotlines were copied from two Michelle Pfeiffer movies. The story about a mom pining for a lost child is from The Deep End of the Ocean (1999) that was just used by Star Cinema in Way Back Home. The story about a woman who didn’t know she married a husband from hell is from What Lies Beneath (2000), a far more superior supernatural thriller with Harrison Ford as the murderous husband keeping a secret from wife Michelle who’s haunted by his dead girlfriend, Amber Valetta. Its basic plot was already used by Kris Aquino in her Metro filmfest entry last year, Dalaw, with Diether Ocampo as her second husband (she’s a real “segunda mano” in that flick) who turns out to have killed Karylle who later on haunts them. This time, she’s not a second hand wife but a plain old maid who finds romance in the obviously much younger Dingdong Dantes whose first wife, Angelica Panganiban, is mysteriously missing and soon starts haunting Kris. It won’t take very long for you to realize what really happened to Angelica. And Kris is so dumb not to have suspected anything after Dingdong started acting like a real psycho to her in their scene in the swimming pool. Even the most moronic viewer can easily predict what’s happening after this scene. The ending of What Lies Beneath where the ghost of Amber holds down Harrison Ford underwater to drown him is copied entirely by Segunda Mano, but Kris’ movie adds a final epilogue sequence showing a disfigured Dingdong giving one final scare, which is such an embarrassingly cheap way of concluding the whole stupid proceedings.

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