The story is also a bit interesting--although it could use a bit of tweaking--but interesting nevertheless.
There were still cliches, but enough non-stereotypical characters and funny dialogue that kept me entertained.
Gregorio del Pilar recounts the early days of American occupation of the Philippines with one of the earliest resistance of the American government which ...
Lynette (Sharon Cuneta) is a conservative and religious lady who leads a boring life selling native delicacies in Laguna. So when she gets a marriage proposal from Manuel (Robin Padilla), whose family is known to be a brood of chauvinists, she was ecstatic.
Upon learning this news, Manuel's family was not exactly happy.
I was asthmatic when I was a kid, so physical exercises were not my kind of thing. All the while, I thought they were the same , I planted my seat in front of the TV and channel surfed.
Blame me for being not nationalistic but I really don't like watching Filipino movies.
That's where tuba is usually harvested and cultivated.
And the town plaza was the typical provicial town plaza--with a big church in the middle with the town square in front of it.But after Lynette figures in an accident she starts to have a different outlook making her more confident prompting her to live a more exciting life that she starts to attract more attention from the male populace, leaving Manuel insecure.Meanwhile, Bubut (Rufa Mae Quinto) a common friend of Lynette and Manuel is secretlt in love with Manuel and feels that she is the right girl for him.The box office idols of the 60s (Nida Blanca, Nestor de Villa, Leroy Salvador and Gina Pareño) played parents to a young crop of talented comedians (Bautista and Muhlach) in this tale about...See full summary » Tirad Pass: The Last Stand of Gen.See full summary » Teresa (Gina Pareño) is pregnant by her rich boyfriend Edwin (George Estregan).