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Enteng Kabisote: Okay ka fairy, the legend (2004)

Enteng (Vic Sotto)has a reason to gloat: business is thriving so he thinks Ina Magenta (Giselle Toengi) will get off his case for once. And she does, but for an entirely different reason: ... See full synopsis »

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Tony Y. Reyes

Writers:

Isabel Da Rosa (screenplay), Tony Y. Reyes (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Vic Sotto ... Enteng Kabisote
Kristine Hermosa ... Faye
Michael V. ... Itim
Giselle G Töngi ... Ina Magenta
Oyo Boy Sotto ... Benok
Aiza Seguerra ... Aiza
Bing Loyzaga ... Satana
Jeffrey Quizon ... Romero
Ruby Rodriguez ... Amy
Jose Manalo ... Jose
January Isaac Bodlovic January Isaac Bodlovic ... Malikmata (as January Isaac)
Dick Israel ... Ulo
Nadine Samonte ... Tanni / Tanya
Bayani Casimiro Jr. Bayani Casimiro Jr. ... Prinsipe K
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paolo Ballesteros ... Fantastikman
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Enteng (Vic Sotto)has a reason to gloat: business is thriving so he thinks Ina Magenta (Giselle Toengi) will get off his case for once. And she does, but for an entirely different reason: her newest cosmetic trick is a disaster, and it's affecting the whole of Engkantada. Satana (Bing Loyzaga) sees this as the perfect opportunity to put her plans in place, starting with a lizard who poses as Enteng. The Kabisotes must keep together even as they deal with domestic problems so that they can fight as a family against evil.

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Enteng Kabisote garnered 93.52% at the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) final screening for the magic 8 movies to be scheduled on December 25 Film Fest from 27 screenplays. See more »

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References Mulawin (2004) See more »

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Insulting to one's intelligence!
23 January 2005 | by milhouse_van_houtenSee all my reviews

This is probably the most senseless filipino film ever made. The story is weak, (if there is a story, in the first place). The acting were lame and truly unconvincing. Casting Kristine Hermosa as the mother of Seguerra and the younger Sotto was the most unconvincing and unbelievable at all. The special effects were poorly done, unrealistic, and lacks creativity, actually, everything about this movie lacks in creativity. The movie relies heavily on slapstick and "adlibs" to provide humor. Despite the success of truly intelligent filipino comedy films like crying ladies, bridal shower, American adobo, etc., ENTENG KABISOTE beat box office records, evident enough that many filipino moviegoers haven't matured yet as an audience. and as long as they appreciate pointless movies like these, expect greedy producers to continue making films which are undeniably insulting to one's intelligence. The best Sotto can do for the filipino people is spare the manila film fest for the next following years of his mind-insulting flicks!


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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

25 December 2004 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Okay ka, fairy ko! 3 See more »

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