You're My Boss
|You're My Boss|
Theatrical movie poster
|Directed by||Antoinette Jadaone|
Malou N. Santos
|Written by||Antoinette Jadaone|
|Music by||Emerzon Texon|
|Edited by||Marya Ignacio|
|Distributed by||Star Cinema|
₱210 million(US$4.1 million)
Pong (Coco Martin) is an executive assistant in an airline company where Georgina Lorenzana (Toni Gonzaga) works as an assistant vice president for marketing affairs. Georgina is an extremely driven, smart, but bossy alpha female who will do everything to close a very important deal with foreign investors. One is a Japanese client named Mr. Najimoto. Their big boss, Chief Commercial Officer Albert, who is also the president, assigns this deal to Georgina and asks Pong to assist her while he is away for a sabbatical.
During their meeting for this deal, Mr. Najimoto and his partner reveal that they wouldn't negotiate with anyone in the airline company and substitutes such as Georgina except for the president and Chief Commercial Officer. Left with no other choice, Georgina declares that Pong is the president Chief Commercial Officer out of panic. From that moment on, the two of them are tied into a pretense.
- Toni Gonzaga as Georgina Lorenzana (Assistant Vice President for Marketing Affair)
- Coco Martin as Pong Dalupan (Executive Secretary Airline Company)
- Freddie Webb as Sir Albert (Chief Commercial Officer President)
- Gloria Sevilla as Lola, Grandmother of Pong
- Adam Chan as Mr. Najimoto
- Noel Trinidad as Lolo, grandfather of Pong
- Pepe Herrera as Tupe, cousin of Pong
- Jerald Napoles as Bojeck, friend of Pong
- Deniese Aguilar as Georgina's Friend
- Via Antonio as Georgina's Friend
- Joan Palisoc as Georgina's Friend
- Angela Cortez as Georgina's Friend
- Jerome Tan as Japanese Entourage
- Yoshihiro Takaga as Japanese Entourage
- Tony Lao as Japanese Entourage
- Gerry Decayco as Mang Berto
- The official theme song of the film is Baby I Need Your Loving performed by Harana.
The film earned 25 million pesos on its opening day. After three days, the film had earned 65 million pesos. It earned 100 million pesos on its sixth day, despite strong competition from Fast and Furious 7. It was able to grossed 200 million pesos in its third week, earning a total gross of 210 million pesos.
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- "WATCH: Coco, Toni go 'glowbal' in new 'You're My Boss' clip". ABS-CBNnews.com. April 5, 2015. Retrieved May 4, 2015.
- Cruz, Oggs (April 5, 2015). "'You're My Boss' Review: Mixed bag". The Philippine Star. Retrieved May 4, 2015.
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