Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo
|Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo|
Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo movie poster
|Directed by||Jose Javier Reyes|
|Starring||Judy Ann Santos
|Distributed by||Star Cinema|
|Box office||P137,500,000 (2 weeks)
P150,208,000 (4 weeks)
Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo (Choked, Maybe, Help Me!), a romantic comedy movie released by Star Cinema, is an official entry to the 33rd Metro Manila Film Festival - Philippines. This is the sequel of the 2006 film Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo with Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo reprising their roles. There were some scenes filmed in Spain. Santos and Agoncillo were in attendance during the California and Hawaii international premieres.
Angie (Judy Ann Santos) and Jed (Ryan Agoncillo) are first-time parents who experience the joys and pains of raising a child. They realize that parenthood is extremely demanding and learn to sacrifice their own interests for their baby. Four years later Jed realises that he and Angie still have not been on a honeymoon he decides to take Angie to Barcelona, At first Angie protests against the honeymoon but decides to go and leaves their child with their friends Kaye and Dodie. When their mothers (Gloria Diaz and Gina Pareño) hear of the couple's departure, the grandmothers each take turns caring of the child.
After Jed and Angie return from their trip, the duo must deal with their mothers' personal issues. They realize that only after they've fulfilled their roles as children can they understand the true meaning of what it is to be a parent.
Cast and characters
- Gina Pareño as Belita
- Gloria Diaz as Charito
- Ariel Ureta as Carlos
- Derek Ramsay as Ronnie
- Juliana Palermo as Mariel
- AJ Perez † as Otap
- Timothy Chan as Rafa
- Soliman Cruz as Rommell
- Dominic Ochoa as Kenneth
- Lui Villaruz as Erwin
- Kat Alano as Sandra
- Tuesday Vargas as Catalina
- Cheena as Cora
- Juliana Palermo as Mariel
- Byron Ortile as Kevin
- Ricky Davao as Alex
- Ketchup Eusebio as Dodi
- Ranell Samson as bronson
- Steven Fermo as Bokbok
- Miles Ocampo as Jane
- Dagul as Bobot
- Jorge Harris Concordia as Bebot
The movie debuted number 2 at the box office grossing PHP17 Million, on its opening day. On its 4th day of release, Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo jump to #1, overtaking Enteng Kabisote 4 at the box office, bringing the total of PHP68.3 Million. As of January 12, the film had grossed PHP122.9 Million. As per announcement made by ABS-CBN's Saturday edition talk show (Entertainment Live) last January 26, 2008, the movie grossed for a total of over 150 million making it the highest grossing movie of 2007.
Awards and recognitions
|2007||Metro Manila Film Festival ||Second-Best Film||Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo||Won|
|2008||6th Gawad Tanglaw||Best Film||Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo||Won|
|Best Director||Jose Javier Reyes||Won|
Philippine Senator Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. criticized the film, particularly the scene which smacks of an ethnic slur to non-Tagalog speaking Filipinos when the character of portrayed by Gloria Diaz exclaimed to her grandchild's nannies: "Bakit pinapalaki ninyong Bisaya ang apo ko?" (Why are you rearing my grandchild as a Visayan?) The senator, who hailed from Mindanao, demanded an apology from producer Star Cinema, claiming that it makes non-Tagalog speaking Filipinos "as if they are less Filipino than the Tagalog people". Iligan City-based Call for Justice, Inc., referred to this dialog as "a typical Imperial Manila mentality".
- Kasal Kasali Kasalo Official Website
- 33rd MMFF Movie grosses
- "Metro Manila Film Festival:2007". IMDB. Retrieved 2014-04-09.
- "Pimentel slams ethnic slur in Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo". GMANews.tv. December 27, 2007.
- Quimco, Ver. "INSULTO, INSULTO, INSULTO" (in Cebuano). Call for Justice, Inc. official website. Archived from the original on 2008-03-25. Retrieved 2008-02-14.