Mamarazzi

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Mamarazzi
Mamarazzipromoteposter.png
Directed byJoel C. Lamangan
Screenplay by
Story by
  • Joel C. Lamangan
  • Ricky Lee
Produced byLily Y. Monteverde
Starring
CinematographyMo Zee
Edited byTara Illenberger
Music byDiwa de Leon
Production
companies
Regal Films
Regal Multimedia Inc.
Distributed byRegal Films Distribution
Release date
  • August 25, 2010 (2010-08-25)
Running time
105 minutes
CountryPhilippines
LanguageFilipino
Box office₱21,725,740.00 (US$517,280.00)[1]

Mamarazzi is a 2010 Filipino comedy film starring Eugene Domingo.[2] It is Regal Films' first offering for its 50th anniversary.[3]

This is also the last film appearance of actor AJ Perez, who died in a vehicular accident in Moncada, Tarlac on April 17, 2011 at the aged of 18.[4]

Synopsis[edit]

Mamarazzi is the story of a mother who constantly pries into the lives of her three children, often resulting in riotous and hilarious situations.

Fifteen years ago, Violy Langit (Eugene Domingo), an owner of a small funeral parlor, learns that she is suffering from a medical condition that requires her to undergo a hysterectomy. All her life, she's wanted to have children; she realizes that she has to do it before the procedure. But Violy has no man in her life — no husband, no boyfriend, no suitors. She seeks the help of her best friend, Mandy (John Lapus). Out of pity and love for Violy, Mandy offers his boyfriend Carlo (Diether Ocampo) to serve as a sperm donor.

With Mandy's blessing, Violy and Carlo share a night filled with romance, passion, and mystery — for after that night, Carlo disappears completely from the lives of Violy and Mandy. But later revealed that he tried to steal Violy's money.

Violy gets her wish. She is blessed with a set of triplets — two girls, Peachy and Strawberry (Andi Eigenmann in a dual role), and one boy, Dingdong (AJ Perez) — which she raises as a single mother.

As the children gets older, Violy, with all her might, does all ways and means to have happy kids even to the extent of helping her son get the girl that he wants: Mimi (Carla Abellana). Being an extremely controlling and overly nosy mother makes her kids wonder about their mom's intentions. Little do her children know that all she's doing is to make her family happy. Adding to the children's frustration is getting her mom to reveal the real identity of their father (revealed to be a bartender she knew during her drunken stupor).

As tensions run high and emotions soar, their story explodes in a flurry of shocking, funny, and quirky revelations that forever change everyone's life.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

Guest cast[edit]

  • Sam Bumatay as Young Violet
  • Masaki Reyes as Young Dingdong
  • Alyanna Escasa as Young Strawberry
  • Alyssa Escasa as Young Peachy
  • Violy Villalon as Betsay
  • Ignacio Espinosa as Turing

Double[edit]

  • Avigail Dreje as Strawberry/Peachy's Double
  • Jovelle Salcines as Strawberry's Skater-Double
  • Cristina Gomera as Violy's Double
  • Jelica Trasporte as Violy's Skater-Double
  • Aljohn Gonzano as Dingdong's Double
  • Rex Regidor as Dingdong's Stunt-Double

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://boxofficemojo.com/movies/intl/?page=&country=PH&id=_fMAMARAZZI01
  2. ^ Godinez, Bong (17 July 2010). "Mamarazzi makes Diether Ocampo extremely proud". PEP.ph.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Actor AJ Perez killed in Tarlac highway accident". ABS-CBN News. Archived from the original on 30 April 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2011.

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