Sunday, December 23, 2012


Two years after making the monumental success of the joint movie venture of Agimat and Enteng Kabisote in 2010, Vic Sotto and Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr.—two of the Metro Manila Film Festival giant forces—once again join their stellar forces as they come up with another movie sequel and added up another equally bankable actress in the person of Ms. Judy Ann Santos in Si Agimat, Si Enteng Kabisote at Si Ako for this year’s MMFF 2012. 

The three giant cast of Si Agimat, Si Enteng kabisote at si Ako: Sen. Bong Revilla, Judy Ann Santos and Vic Sotto

Produced jointly by Imus Productions, M-Zet, APT Entertainment OctoArts Films, and GMA Films, “Si Agimat, Si Enteng Kabisote at Si Ako is nonetheless predicted to make it at the tills, not just to bring in good cheer to the holiday season and festivities but also to teach families traditional values to love and cherish their family and protect the environment as the movie brings fun and magical fantasy when it starts to be shown on Christmas Day, December 25. 

Directed by Tony Y. Reyes (who helmed the rest of the Okay ka Fairy Ko and Enteng Kabisote series in the past), Si Agimat, Si Enteng Kabisote at Si Ako is one big-budgeted film with not just one but three box-office giants in the movie industry. It also used dedicated sound stages, CGI effects and with five production companies backing this project, everyone predicts it as a runaway winner. 

 “Two years ago, after our first team-up with Mr. Bong Revilla, we sort of had a gentleman’s agreement that we make another film soon as a follow-up. There was a point in the story that needs to finish and this is exactly where the story of Si Agimat, Si Enteng Kabisote at Si Ako starts. It picks up where the last film we had left off,” shares Mr. Vic Sotto, during the Bloggers Night for this film held recently at Annabel’s Restaurant in Tomas Morato, Quezon City.

The film will still have the support of Eat Bulaga’s beloved comedy duo Wally Bayola and Jose Manalo with Sam Pinto, Gwen Zamora, Aiza Seguerra, John Lapus, Jolo Revilla, Oyo Boy Sotto, Ruby Rodriguez, Barbie Forteza, Alden Richards, Amy Perez, Yassi Pressman, Anton Revilla and child stars Jillian Ward and Eat Bulaga’s newest Cha-cha darling Ryzza Mae Dizon. 

As with the past Enteng movies, Sotto said that Filipino audience would still be delighted to know that the film was made with kids in mind—so it tells the value of family, marriage, friendship, responsibility, love, respect, and forgiveness as it tackles more relevant issues such as environment protection. It had everything in one gigantic film—drama, action, magic, visual effects, production design, cinematography (which shows the beauty of Northern Ilocos such as the famous Sand Dunes) and unlimited fun and laughter while instilling moral values. Indeed, it’s one entertainment Filipinos should not miss!

Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako will be shown in local theaters nationwide beginning December 25. 

Purple Plum Fairy thanks Ms. Melai Entuna, Mr. Azrael Coladilla and Ms. Dems Angeles for my photo with Vic Sotto. 

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