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SPOT.ph's Top 10 Pinoy Wedding Movies
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Published on: Jun 29, 2012 - 7:00am

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(SPOT.ph) To mark the month that's one of the most popular ones for weddings, we've listed some of the most interesting or infuriating Pinoy wedding movies. Mind you, getting hitched is a big deal in Philippine cinema. There was a time when a Pinoy movie seemed incomplete without a wedding scene. Here are 10 movies that may either convince you to tie the knot or make you decide to stay single for life.

 

10. TUM: MY PLEDGE OF LOVE (2011)

The couple: Ravaan (Robin Padilla) and Linda (Mariel Rodriguez)

The wedding: Before anything else, this story is set in India. Ravaan and Linda have to get hitched to fulfill the directives in the will of Ravaan's father. Once they get hitched, Ravaan will have full control of his father's fortune and Linda will have control over a school. The movie showcases an attempt to inject new Bollywood-inspired elements in a Pinoy movie. We appreciate the effort and we'd aprpeciate even more if we could understand where the heck the story was going. At least, the wedding scene was cool.

Lesson learned: Marrying for convenience is very, very easy when you're already attracted to the person you're commanded to marry. Otherwise, it's a sad fate.

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9 Comments
  • vitorivita.blogspot.com
    My personal fave is Here Comes The Bride....The most hilarious Tagalog movie I've ever watched... =)
    Nov 30 2012 @ 10:12am     Reply  
  • Ako rin
    I was also expecting 'GOT TO BELIEVE' - wedding rin ang theme nun saka good romantic comedy film, if not because of Rico's death, natawa talaga ako sa ilang mga eksena
    Nov 18 2012 @ 11:33pm     Reply  
  • kghj

    #8: "... stay marriage."?


     


    Thanks for spotting that horrid typo. Have a wonderful day. Thanks for being kind. :) -SPOT.ph

    Oct 24 2012 @ 09:13pm     Reply  
  • beachingg
    I WAS ACTUALLY EXPECTING GOT TO BELIEVE. :(
    Aug 11 2012 @ 03:36pm     Reply  
  • charotera
    hahahaha.. nawala ako sa "not-yet-a-man" hahahahaha

    The couple: Hopeless romantic Mayumi "Yumi" Punongbayan (Erich Gonzales) and not-yet-a-man Lance Tan (Enchong Dee)
    Aug 07 2012 @ 07:36pm     Reply  
  • kritikal
    What an awful list! It's like come up with any wedding-related Pinoy movie that you can think of. Forget the quality of the movies, anything with a wedding gown should do.

    And yes, Got 2 Believe should have been here.
    Jul 08 2012 @ 03:25pm     Reply  
  • mariamaria
    Ronaldo Valdez, not Dante Rivero, played the father in Sukob.
    Jun 30 2012 @ 11:09pm     Reply  
  • Clau
    Got 2 Believe should've been up there.
    Jun 30 2012 @ 04:03pm     Reply  
  • Reese
    I love May Minamahal. One of the best Tagalog movies that i've watched.
    Jun 29 2012 @ 08:02pm     Reply  
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