Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson reunites in “Crazy Love” movie

Gerald Anderson was sporting a tribal-inspired henna tattoo when he arrived to shoot his scenes for an upcoming movie of Star Magic. The said movie, which will be the 20th anniversary offering of Star Magic, has the working title, Crazy Love.

The movie marks the reunion of the popular Kimerald tandem last seen on the big screen for the 2010 movie Till My Heartaches End.

PEP.ph had an exclusive interview with Gerald last May 23, his first shooting day in a house in Fairview, Quezon City.

Is he nervous about working again with Kim?

“Excited! Kasi yung eksena na gagawin namin, nakaka-excite kasi sasayaw ako. Siyempre kinakabahan pero more of excited ako.”

What was his initial reaction when he learned that he would be working with Kim?

“Excited ako na makakasama ko siya…Makikita ko yung maturity niya, yung growth niya mula nung last project namin. Sana ganun rin siya para sa akin.

“I’m really excited na makatrabaho siya ulit.”

Does he think it will be awkward?

“Hindi naman siguro. Awkward in the sense na ngayon ulit kami magtatrabaho... Maghiwalay kami sa TV for more than a year na.”

Will they have sweet scenes together?

“Marami kasi dito sa movie na ito, ako talaga ang may gusto sa kanya. Parang na-love at first sight ako sa kanya.”

Will there be kissing scenes?

“Secret!” he exclaimed.

Is he ready to shoot a kissing scene with Kim? 

“I’m always ready,” he said with a laugh. “Sana…tingnan natin.”

Gerald admitted that Kim will always be special to him. “Hindi siya mawawala sa care ko,” he said.

The actor added that he and Kim have managed to maintain their professional relationship even though they were given different love team partners in the past.

Gerald has worked with Sarah Geronimo in the movies Catch Me I’m in Love and Won’t Last a Day Without You. In the TV series Budoy, he was paired with Jessy Mendiola.

Meanwhile, Kim had three leading men in My Binondo Girl: Matteo Guidicelli, Jolo Revilla and Xian Lim, who is currently linked to the young actress.

“Yung working relationship nandun pa and sana yung chemistry nandun pa. I’m sure may magic pa. Si Kim naman dala-dala lang niya…lalabas naman yun.

“Yung professionalism, yung oras na magkasama kami sa set, yung respeto naman kay Direk [John-D Lazatin], gagawin namin ni Kim ang part namin,” said Gerald.


PREPARATIONS FOR HIS ROLE. Aside from Kim and Gerald, Crazy Love also features Piolo Pascual, John Lloyd Cruz, Angelica Panganiban, Bea Alonzo, and other Star Magic talents.

In one scene, Gerald plays a macho dancer who comes between a mother (portrayed by Pokwang) and her daughter (played by Kim).

He described his role, “Isa akong macho dancer, isa akong call boy. Ako yung lalaki who comes in between them, nagkataon lang na isa akong macho dancer.”

How did he prepare for his role?

“Nag-immerse rin ako para dito. Pumasok ako sa isang gay bar, naka-sumbrero ako para hindi alam ng mga tao. Medyo madilim nung time na yun at pinanood ko yung mga sumasayaw sa stage. Para at least kahit papaano, may background ako.

“Great experience, but after this movie, hindi ko na uulitin yun,” he said with a laugh.


EL BRUJO WITH TIKOY AGUILUZ. Aside from working on Crazy Love, Gerald will star in his first indie film titled El Brujo. Directed by Tikoy Aguiluz, this action-drama film will also star Jake Cuenca.

“Action siya na may family drama and may drama between best friends,” said Gerald. “May love triangle rin.”

He added: “Meron kaming knife fighting, gun fighting, suntukan sa dagat…Ang dami naming injuries!”

This indie film was shot in various locations such as Subic, Olongapo, Antipolo and even Mount Pinatubo.

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5 qualities that men look for in women

Female quality 1: She has a life of her own

Say ‘cheerio’ to the helpless heroine from classic literature, and ‘well, hello!’ to the contemporary independent woman. It’s important to show that you’re self-sufficient when you’re trying to impress a man, and it’s equally as important to maintain this when you’re in a relationship. The average modern man doesn’t want a lady to be clinging onto him all the time – it makes him feel suffocated. Rather than ditching your friends and family to spend time with a new love interest, make sure you keep separate plans in your diary at all times. Never feel as though you wouldn’t have a life if this person wasn’t in it; get out there and show that you have a vibrant lifestyle aside from him. A relationship should enhance your life, not rule it.

Female quality 2: She is honest and loyal

Be honest with your love interest. If you tell them that a) you’re married and going through a particularly difficult divorce; b) you have a strange obsession with feet; or c) anything else that could potentially make them run for the hills, then you’ve done the right thing. Okay, maybe hold back on option b for now, but you see what we’re getting at. Anything that they may find out further down the line and could put them off should be made clear from the outset, or you risk wasting the time of you both. Don’t sugar-coat anything – if this man likes you enough, he will want to help you through difficult situations rather than leaving you to it. If either you or your love interest can’t accept the truth about one another’s past or present lives, you shouldn’t think about getting together because you won’t be able to look to the future.

Female quality 3: She looks after herself

This is one thing that hasn’t changed since the days of our most distant ancestors; men like a woman who takes a pride in her appearance and vice versa. We’re not talking about being a tall, slim supermodel – it’s not all about looks – but a little primping and preening here and there goes a long way. There’s no need to dress up in a ball gown and tiara for a date, but do wear something that accentuates your fantastic figure. Wear makeup to highlight your natural features; style your hair to compliment your face; and spritz on your favourite scent to boost your confidence – hello gorgeous! Styling yourself to make you feel your best leads to a more confident you and that’s another trait that men look for in women.

Female quality 4: She is self-confident

Gone are the days when the timid damsel in distress attracted the handsome, strong man; nowadays, being needy attracts little more than a few raised eyebrows. Despite coming across as confident, rarely do the celebrities you see in the media feel as bold and confident as they look. It’s all about faking it. Instead of zoning in on your weaknesses, develop and maximise your strengths to put you in the right frame of mind. Make sure you use your body language to your advantage, as this can help you to fake confidence when really you might prefer it if the ground were to swallow you up. Stand tall, make eye contact, and smile, for an instantly more confident you.
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Female quality 5: She is mature and well-spoken

Baby talk can be cute but don’t use it too often, sugar bunny. Your average modern man likes his woman to be able to hold down an intellectual conversation as well as having a good sense of humour, and cutie-overload could put him off. Talk about interesting topics and be sure to listen to him as well as inputting your own thoughts and ideas into the conversation. Hold back on slang words for your first few dates and avoid swear words too, as they come across as uncouth. 

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a modern man looks for different qualities in a woman than he may have done in the 1800s and – whilst no man is ever the same and may look for different qualities in a woman – it’s a good idea to take these tips on board to boost your dating potential.  
 
 
 


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Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto

Angelito himself, JM de Guzman confirmed that his hit afternoon series Angelito: Ang Batang Ama will have a sequel. Angelito ended last April and the sequel will be titled Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto.
 
John Prats will also be returning to the drama scene after a long absent in the upcoming drama series.

The newest characters of John Prats in the upcoming TV series  ”Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto” was special for him according to the actor. He will be working with some of his showbiz friends like JM de Guzman, Charee Pineda from “Parekoy” and Jayson Gainza. He was very excited to the new challenge on his life.
 
The story begins when childhood friends, John Prats and Jenny (Kaye Abad) met in Singapore, his hildhood bestfriend. During that time John Pratts wanted to reveal his true feelings to Jenny while they were staying in Singapore. John Pratts failed to tell his best friend that he was in love with her although Jenny has a child already with the other guys.

John Pratts was also delighted with his comeback drama series, he stated that he was so happy that once again he was given a chance to do a love story that seems to keeps him younger. John was used to comedy hosting and doing a drama series again is somewhat challenging for him.

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2


With what seems to be the latest trend in trailers, a 15-second preview to the teaser trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, due in theaters this weekend, was released March 20.

In an effort to stretch out the end of the franchise, Twilight's first trailer for the much-anticipated finale will be shown before the latest teen film sensation, The Hunger Games releasing this week, marking the beginning of a new era marked by a post-apocalyptic setting instead of the world of vampires.

In this sneak peek, Bella travels at vampire speed, Jacob doesn't expect to recognize his friend and Edward compares temperatures with his new wife. The ‘full-length' trailer will be available March 26.

Based on the last part of the last book in the trilogy by Stephenie Meyer, the film's stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, return after the birth of Renesmee as the Cullens and vampire clans protect the child from the Volturi. Also stars Taylor Lautner, Dakota Fanning, Michael Sheen, Maggie Grace, and Peter Facinelli. 

Breaking Dawn - Part 2 is scheduled for theaters on November 14-16 worldwide, with a few markets including Germany, Sweden and Singapore following on November 22-23.


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Si Corona at ang hustisya, si PNoy at ang pulitika, si Juan at ang demokrasya

Natapos na ang impeachment trial. Ito na kaya ang magiging simula ng pagbabago? Ito na kaya ang simula ng pagtawid natin sa tuwid na daan?

Bilang isang kabataan, bilang isang mamamayang Pilipino, may karapatan akong ibahagi ang aking opinyon. Ang artikulong ito ay naisalin na sa wikang Filipino upang sa gayon, mas maintindihan ng samabayanang Pilipino ang sigaw ng isang kabataan, ng isang mamamayan.

Sa lahat ng isyung gumulat sa taumbayan, ang impeachment trial ang tinutukan. Higit 40 araw tayong naghintay, nakinig at nakialam. Higit 40 araw tayong nakasaksi ng kasinungalingan, ng katotohanang tinatakpan at pagkukunwari, pagmamalinis.

Hindi naman siguro kaila sa lahat na ang impeachment trial na ito ay isang malaking kamangmangan.

Hindi siguro alam ng karamihan na halos P5.7 million ang nagamit ng House of Representatives para lamang dito.

May 12, 2010 - Dalawang araw bago ang 2010 elections, hinirang ng dating Pangulong Arroyo si Renato Corona bilang pinakamataas na mahistrado sa bansa.

December 5, 2011 - Pinasaringan ni Aquino si Corona sa 1st National Criminal Justice Summit.

December 12, 2011 - Na-impeach si Corona sa House of Representatives.

January 16, 2012 - Binuksan ang Senate impeachment court para sa makasaysayang paglilitis.

Si Renato Corona nga ang kauna-unahang punong mahistrado na na-impeach sa kongreso. Ang impeachment ay may three grounds: betrayal of public trust, culpable violation of the Constitution at graft and corruption; eight articles of impeachment.

Noong una, hindi maalis sa aking isipan ang totoong motibo ng ating pangulo. Ito ba ay may kaugnayan sa Hacienda Luisita? Ito ba ay para sa bayan? Ito ay para sa kaniyang pansariling kapakanan?

Nadinig ko ang iba't ibang pahayag mula sa media, sa taumbayan, sa mga hukom, mang-uusig at depensa, sa mga saksi lalo na kay Corona.

Hindi ko lubos maisip. Bakit kailangan pang isapubliko ang mga ebidensiya? Hindi pa man nakaharap sa impeachment court, inilatag na sa taumbayan ang mga dokumento. Ganito ba ang pagpapakahulugan nila sa hustisya?

Ipinapakita lamang ng impeachment trial kung ano ang mali sa ating bansa. Ang bansang ito ay binubuo ng mga taong nahahati sa mahirap at mayaman, makapangyarihan at sunud-sunuran. Tayo ay pinamumunuan ng mga taong inihalal upang tayo ay katawanin. Sa tingin mo ba ay matatawag mo silang lider o mas gugustuhin mong tawagin silang mga pulitiko? Mga lider na nagmamagaling. Mga pulitikong nagmamalinis.

Ako, bilang isang ordinaryong mamamayan, hahatulan ko ang hatol ng mga hukom at hindi si Corona.

Sa 23 mga senador, 11 lamang ang mga abogado, apat sa kanila ay aktor, dalawang sundalo, isang pulis, isang mamamahayag, tatlo ang nasa industriya ng pagnenegosyo. Anim na senador ang sumuporta sa pangulo noong nakaraang halalan. Anim na senador ang maaaring muling tumakbo sa susunod na halalan, lima ang magwawakas na ng kanilang termino. Ito ang maaaring nakaapekto sa hatol nila kay Corona.

Sa mga bumuto na i-convict ang mahistrado, iilan lamang ang nakitang tumayo at tumindig, ipinaglaban ang kanilang desisyon. Maaaring ang iba, nakigaya lang.

Katanggap-tanggap ang naging hatol Sen. Alan Cayetano, "Hindi ko matanggap ang interpetasyon ng batas ng pinakamataas na hukom ng bansa. Pesos, kahit confidential kailangan ideclare, dollar hindi?  Mukhang ginawang kumplikado ang simpleng-simple. Pati ba sa pera may diskriminasyon pa tayo?"

Matibay rin ang naging desisyon ni Sen. Guingona, "Ito ay isang pagbaluktot sa isang probisyon ng konstitusyon. This is constitutional perversion in its ultimate form. Ano ang aasahan nating tagapagtanggol sa SC kung mismong ang pinuno nito ang bumabaluktot sa batas? Ito ang hatol ko: ang nasasakdal ay hindi na karapat-dapat sa pagtitiwala ng sambayanang Pilipino."

Naging usap-usapan din ang mga binitawang salita ni Sen. Lapid, "Bilang HS grad, anong sasabihin ko na hindi marunong mag-Ingles, hindi maalam sa batas? Ano kayang magiging desisyon?"

Siguro nga ay ito na ang pagkakataon upang magkaroon ng panukala na dapat ay maging abogado ang isang senador upang maunawaan niya ang isang batas. Tama na may kumakatawan sa mga taong hindi nakapag-aral sa Senado. Ngunit tama ba na sa pagkakataong ito ay ipaubaya natin ang mga desisyon sa mga taong walang sapat na kaalaman sa batas? 

"Justice must not be merely done but also seen to be done. We must tell people that justice is applied equally," ang sinamit ni Sen. Osmena sa kaniyang talumpati.

Ang tanong, naging patas ba ang pamahalaan? Naging patas ba ang ating batas? Naging patas ba ang takbo ng ating pulitika? Naging patas ba ang bawat isa?

"I base decision on facts, not opinions aired outside of court; on testimonies, not theories; on arguments, not analysis," ang mga bahagi sa talumpati ni Recto.

Ang tanong ng iba ngayon, katanggap-tanggap ba ang pagharap ng ibang panig sa publiko? Mga nais baguhin ang nasa isip ng tao?

Siguro nga ay mapapaisip ang lahat sa salitang ito ni Sen. Revilla, "Ang panunungkulan ni CJ ay dapat walang bahid ni katiting dahil sa mandato ng kanyang katungkulan, kahalagahan posisyon."

Sa prosekusyon, senado, kongreso, sa administrayong Aquino,  naging malinis ba ang panunungkulan ng bawat isa? Walang bahid ni katiting?

Sa 23 senador, tatlo lamang ang tumayo at nanindigan sa kanilang TOTOONG desisyon.

"Ang panunungkulan ni CJ ay dapat walang bahid ni katiting dahil sa mandato ng kanyang katungkulan, kahalagahan posisyon. I cannot imagine removing a CJ on account of a SALN. Today, we are one step from violating the constitution, no one can stop us when we cannot stop ourselves. This is not law, it is only naked power as it was in 1972. " - Sen. Arroyo

"Bill of Rights stands supreme over powers of govt. Govt mustered all powers at its disposal in this case. CJ interpretation of law has been publicly criticized as flawed; public officials construe law in same manner." - Sen. Marcos

Sa lahat ng mga salitang aking narinig sa kabuuan ng Impeachment Trial simula noong una, dito ko itinuon ang aking isipan.

There is no conflict between the constitution and the foreign currency act. Constitutional provisions are not self-executory... Kayo sa House at kami sa Senate, tayo ang may problema, sa atin ang batas na yan!

Pagkatapos nito ano ang susunod?
Kung hatulan nating may sala yan, ibig sabihin lahat tayo honest.  Kung honest tayo, why is the PH always ranked as the most corrupt countries in the whole world?! Ano? Magmamalinis tayo? Magtitinginan tayo? Sino kaya dito?

Hinatulan na ang punong mahistrado. Respetuhin natin ang desisyon ng Senate impeachment court. Walang sinuman ang mas mataas kaysa batas. Ang tanong ngayon, sila ba ay bumuto para sa susunod na henerasyon o para sa susunod na eleksyon?

Ito na ba ang simula ng pagbabago? Ang pagbabagong patungo sa daang tuwid? Ang pagbabagong sisira sa hudikatura? Ang pagbabagong inaasam ng bayan? Ang pagbabagong magpapahina sa Korte Suprema?

Hindi sapat na nakikinig lang ang taumbayan at maging sunud-sunuran sa mga mapagkunwaring mga pinuno. Ang hamon ngayon kay PNoy, itigil na ang pagtatag ng korteng papanig sa administrasyon.

Nasaan ba talaga ang hustisya?

Anupa't silbi ng katotohanan kung sa simula ay hinatulan ka na ng taong nakapaligid sa iyo?

Pagkatapos ng lahat ng ito, ano ang magiging bukas ni Juan? Nasa kaniya pa rin ba ang demokrasya o muling uusbong ang diktatorya?

Ito ang totoong halimbawa ng isang buhay. Mapaglaro, mapagkunwari. Lahat puro kasinungalingan. Hindi mo alam kung nasaan ang katotohanan, bukas o isang araw ikaw na pala ang pinaglalaruan.

Ipinaglaban ni Corona ang kaniyang karapatan. Ipinagtanggol nia ang hudikatura.

Huwag nawang panghawakan ng administrasyon ang kapangyarihan.

Huwag nawang magbulag-bulagan si Juan. Bayan mo ang nanganganib. Ikaw ang dadanas ng sakit. Nasa iyo ang demokrasya. Nasa iyo ang kalayaan. Nasa iyo ang pagbabago.

Huwag nawang humantong lamang sa isang salita.

Naging bahagi ito ng kasaysayan. Nakaukit na. Naimulat sa mga kabataan.

Ngayon, kailangan ni Juan ng isang mataas na pamantayan ng panunungkulan, mataas na uri ng panunungkulan. Kailangan ni Juan ng mga pinunong handang maglingkod, pamunuan ang sambayanan.

Ang hamon sa mga nasa katungkulan, PIRMAHAN ANG WAIVERS. BAGUHIN ANG BATAS. SUMUNOD.


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Speech of President Aquino on the Conviction of Renato Corona, May 30, 2012


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Kagalang-galang Benigno S. Aquino III
Pangulo ng Pilipinas
Ukol sa paghatol kay Renato Corona

[Inihayag noong ika-30 ng Mayo 2012

Kahapon po naging saksi tayo sa isang napakagandang patunay na umiiral ang ganap na demokrasya sa ating bansa. Dalawampung senador ang bumoto upang matanggal bilang Punong Mahistrado ng Korte Suprema si Ginoong Renato C. Corona.

Mulat tayo sa kung saan nag-ugat ang lahat nang ito. Sa matagal na panahon, namayani ang agam-agam na ang piring ng Hustisya ay nakatanggal para sa mayayaman at makapangyarihan. ‘Di po ba nakita nating may basehan ang agam-agam na ito, ‘di lang po dito sa atin. Pati na ang World Bank—isang dayuhang institusyon—ay nagkuwestyon dahil miski ang aid na galing sa kanila para iayos ang ating hudikatura ay hindi napunta sa dapat nitong patunguhan.

Nangarap tayong baguhin ito. Naghangad tayo ng isang sistemang pangkatarungan na may malinaw at tunay na kahulugan ng tama at mali. Naghangad tayong ibalanse ang timbangan: kung saan ang inosente ay papasok sa hukuman nang panatag ang loob na siya’y mapapawalang-sala, at kung ikaw naman ay maysala, maghanda ka na dahil tiyak na mananagot ka.

Marapat pong balikan ang konteksto ng impeachment ni Ginoong Corona. Alam na po natin ang malalim na pinagsamahan nila ni Ginang Arroyo. Simula pa lang kinuwestyon na natin ang kanyang midnight appointment dahil sa pananaw na labag ito sa Saligang Batas. Sa kabila nito, noong nagkita kami ang tanging hiniling ko sa kanya, iparehas sana niya ang laban. Ang sagot pa nga niya sa akin, huwag daw akong mag-alala, dahil lahat ng magiging desisyon ay aayon sa batas. Sa paglaon po, naging malinaw sa atin na imbis na siya mismong dapat nagbibigay-linaw sa batas, ang siyang nagpapalabo nito.

Sa EO 1 pa lang, hinarang na agad. Nakita naman po ninyo ang mga nadiskubre nating kalokohan pag-upo pa lamang sa puwesto; hanggang ngayon, pinagdudusahan ito ng mga Pilipino. Ang iniuutos sa atin, lahat ng administrasyon bago po sa atin isali sa imbestigasyon para raw ho parehas. Kailan pa po tayo matatapos ang pagsusuri kung ganoon, at kailan tayo makakakilos? Kaya nga’t sistematiko ang ninais nating tugon sa mga problemang ito, upang matigil na ang pagkasangkapan sa mga butas sa batas, at iwasan ang paglala ng mga sugat sa sistema. Pero pinigilan nila tayo. Imbes na makiisa, itinali pa ang mga kamay ng mga naghahangad na gumawa ng tama. Parang siniguradong hindi na matatapos ang gusto nating ilatag na reporma.

Pati po EO 2 na sana’y umayos ng situwasyon ukol sa mga midnight appointee, nilagyan ng status quo ante order. Pag-aaralan daw nila, pero natapos na po ang term ng nagsampa ng kaso ng tulad niyang mga kapwa-midnight appointee, wala pong nangyari, wala pong pagdidinig na nangyari.

Nilunok po natin lahat nang ito, dahil hindi natin pakay makipag-away; solusyon ang ating hinahanap. Ngunit mali nga po sigurong umasa kami ng patas na laban mula kay Ginoong Corona.

Hindi nagtagal, napatunayan na nga ang mga agam-agam: pagdating kay Ginang Arroyo, handa si Ginoong Corona na ikiling ang timbangan ng hustisya. Naglabas ng isang Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) ang Korte Suprema; muntik nang magtagumpay si Ginoong Corona na bigyan ng pagkakataon si Ginang Arroyo na hindi harapin ang mga alegasyon tungkol sa electoral fraud noong 2007. Mantakin po ninyo: Mula sa Las Vegas, bumalik pa dito sa bansa si Ginoong Corona para lamang pangunahan ang paglalabas ng TRO. Pinaaga nang Biyernes ang kadalasan ay Martes na en banc session. Walang oral arguments, hindi nabigyan ng sampung araw ang bawat panig para magpaliwanag. Siguro po kung nasunod ito, baka natiyak kung totoong maysakit nga si Ginang Arroyo. Nagbigay ng mga kundisyon ang Korte Suprema, ngunit kahit hindi ito nasunod ng mga Arroyo, ipinatuloy pa rin ni Ginoong Corona ang paghahain ng TRO.

Obligasyon po ng Ehekutibo na imbestigahan at sampahan ng kaukulang kaso si Ginang Arroyo. Subalit pinahirap, kundi man ginawang imposible ang pagsasampa natin ng kaso bago maubos ang taning ng prescriptive period doon po sa electoral fraud case.

Kung natuloy silang umalis, ang malamang na ginawa nila ay nagbakasyon lang habang maubos ang prescriptive period ng kasong isinampa sa kanila, at babalik sa panahon kung kailan hindi na sila puwedeng sampahan ng kaso. Mukhang hanggang nasa puwesto si Ginoong Corona—gaano man kalakas ang kaso, gaano man katibay ang ebidensya—ay hindi masasakdal ang kanyang padrino. Ito na nga po ang naging huli at sukdulan.

Naharap po tayo sa sangandaan: hahayaan ba nating manatili ang ganitong sistema kung saan nadadaan sa palusot ang katarungan, at naeengganyo ang mga kawatan na ituloy ang baluktot na pamamaraan, lalo na kung may-kapit sila sa kapangyarihan?

Halos buong bayan po ay sumubaybay sa paglilitis ni Ginoong Corona, at maliwanag na sa atin ang matibay na basehan ng impeachment. Muli, walang personalan sa laban na ito. Sariling mga pasya po ni Ginoong Corona ang nagbunsod sa paglilitis na ito. Siya ang pumiling hindi magdeklara ng katotohanan sa kanyang SALN. Siya ang gumamit ng kanyang pamilya para magpalusot sa kanyang salapi at ari-arian. Siya mismo ang nagkaladkad ng pangalan ng kanyang mga mahal sa buhay upang pagtakpan ang sariling mga kasalanan. Batid nating lahat: Si Ginoong Corona ang kumatawan sa maruming bahagi ng ating hudikatura.

Ang pinakamalaking handog ng paglilitis na ito: Muli po nating napatunayan na posible palang makamit ang pagbabago. Posible palang magkaroon ng justice, at hindi puro “just-tiis” ang litanya sa ating bansa. Napatunayan nating mangingibabaw ang katotohanan, laban sa pagkukubli; mananaig ang tapat, laban sa tiwali; at magtatagumpay ang tama, laban sa mali. Higit sa lahat, napatunayan nating hindi pala ako nagiisa sa pagpasan ng adhikaing maisaayos ang ating sistema.

Nagpapasalamat po tayo sa buong Senate Impeachment Court, lalo na po kay Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile: kung ang bawat mahistrado po ay sing-talas ninyong mag-isip, at gaya ninyo ay walang kinikilingan, siguro po ay hindi na natin dinaanan ang kabanatang ito.

Sa ating prosecution team, sa pangunguna ni Congressman Niel Tupas, na hindi natinag sa kabila ng pagmamaliit at paninindak, nagpapasalamat din ako. Kay Congressman Rudy Farinas na nilinaw ang pilit pinalalabo ng depensa, salamat din. Sa mga private prosecutor na itinaya ang kanilang kabuhayan, at nilabanan ang pinakamataas na mahistrado, nagpapasalamat ako. Kay Speaker Sonny Belmonte, na minabuting tumindig bilang tinig at pinunong ganap ng institusyong nagpadala ng Articles of Impeachment sa Senado, salamat din po. Pati rin po sa defense panel ni Ginoong Corona, nagpapasalamat din ako. Sadya man o hindi, nakiambag kayo sa paglabas ng katotohanan. Nagpapasalamat po ako higit sa lahat sa taumbayan; kayo pa rin po ang aming lakas, at habang patuloy ninyong ipinamamalas ang suporta sa ating agenda ng mabuting pamamahala, hindi po tayo mabibigo. Gaya ng pagtatanggal ng balakid na nakaharang sa ating tuwid na daan, kinailangan nating magtulong-tulong at mag-ambagan upang idiin ang nag-iisa nating mensahe: Sino ka man, gaano man kataas ang iyong katungkulan, kung nagkasala ka sa taumbayan, mananagot ka.

Ngayong matagumpay nating nabunot ang isang tinik sa pinakamataas na puwesto ng ating hudikatura, tapos na po ba ang laban? Kung totoo po ang paratang na pinersonal natin si Ginoong Corona, masasabing tapos na nga.

Pero hindi po natin siya pinipersonal; ang hangad natin ay ayusin ang sistema, kaya’t hanggang mayroon pa ring mga nakaambang tanggalin ang piring ng katarungan, tuloy pa rin ang laban.

Pagtutuonan po natin ng pansin ang paghahanap ng may integridad, may sariling pasya, mahusay, at tapat na magtitimon sa atin pong hudikatura. Mayroon po tayong siyamnapung araw para pag-aralan ito; hindi po natin mamadaliin ang pagpili, dahil ayaw nating magkamali at bumalik na naman sa dating situwasyon.

Sa mga minamahal kong kababayan: muli, maraming salamat sa inyong pagtutok at pagsuporta sa ating agenda ng reporma. Nakita po natin: kung walang katarungang umiiral, hindi matatapos ang sigalot. Kinailangan nating pagdaanan ang prosesong ito, subalit ito ay unang hakbang para matiyak na ang mga naghahari-harian, na para bang sila ang batas, ay mananagot din. Patas po ang laban; ang hangad natin ay puwedeng magkatotoo, basta’t handa tayong tumaya, maninindigan, at ipaglaban ang tama.

Nakikita po ninyo kung paano tayo nananatiling tapat sa mandatong kaloob ninyo: Pinapatatag po natin ang sistema; ipinakikitang tunay na nakapiring ang Hustisya. Nagbubunsad na ito ng isang lipunang kung ano ang ipinunla ay siyang aanihin: Ang mabuti ay magbubunga ng mabuti, at ang kasalanan ay tiyak na pananagutan.

Muli, maraming salamat. Mabuhay ang sambayanang Pilipino.

Magandang gabi po.

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Mga Mumunting Lihim

Official Movie Poster
“Mga Mumunting Lihim” (Those Little Secrets) is a Finalist in the Directors’ Showcase category of Cinemalaya 2012, written and directed by Jose Javier Reyes, with cast -- Iza Calzado, Agot Isidro, special participation of Janice de Belen, and Judy Ann Santos.

The film is about the struggles of a group of childhood friends. Says Direk Joey, In a nutshell, magsisimula ang pelikula sa pagkamatay ng isang kaibigan at kung papaano siya nag-iwan ng mga ebidensiya tungkol sa mga sikretong ipinagkatago-tago ng kanyang mga kabarkada sa isa’t isa sa napakaraming taon na kanilang pagkakaibigan.

The 8th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival will be held from July 20th to 29th, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in Pasay and Greenbelt 3 in Makati, with the TriNoma mall in Quezon City as the latest venue addition.


SEE: OTHER CINEMALAYA 2012 Finalists 

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‘MMK’ features life story of young girl raped in front of her mom

Beauty is a blessing for most women, but not for Nene, who because of her beautiful face and body was sexually abused several times, it brought her to misfortunes. Nene’s life story will be featured in “Maalala Mo Kaya” this Saturday (June 2) topbilled by former “Goin’ Bulilit” child star Jane Oineza.


Bulilit Star Jane Oineza topbills in MMK this Saturday

At the young age of 15, Nene (Jane) was recurrently raped by her stepfather. But her world drastically changed when her mother even assisted her live-in partner in the act of rape. Since then, Nene cursed the ‘beauty’ that she possesses. How can someone who lost her self-respect regain her love for herself?


Jane plays the role of Nene who was repeatedly raped by her stepfather.

Together with Jane in the “MMK” episode are Angel Aquino, Carlos Morales, Rs Francisco, Vangie Labalan, Ana Abad Santos, Archie Alemania, Gerald, Jacko Benin, Kyline Alcantara, Liz Alindogan, Jesette Prospero, Minco, and Elaine Quemuel. It was researched by Mae Rose Balanay, written by Benson Logronio, and directed by Nuel Naval.

This was Rated X by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board. 'Calao Cave' episode will be aired this Saturday instead.
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LiveBlog: #CJonTrial The Judgement Day


The Corona Impeachment Trial Livestream

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Today, 23 senator judges will  lay down their verdict on the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona. This is day 44.

After 13 trial weeks, the senate, sitting as an impeachment court, will vote on whether to convict or acquit the head of a co-equal branch. The Chief Justice is accused of lying in his statement of assets, liabilities and net worth, failing to prove his competence and integrity, and showing bias for former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

The magic numbers: 16 votes to convict, 8 votes to acquit.

Senator-judges will vote alphabetically; Senate President/Presiding Officer Juan Ponce Enrile will vote last.


Session is called at 2:20pm. Villar leads the opening prayer. 

Sen. Villar: Ito ang katapusan pero ito rin ang simula. Tulungan Ninyo ang aming bansang makausad mula rito



Roll is called, all 23 senator-judges present. 

Senators then prepared themselves to vote on Article 2 of impeachment complaint. Senators allowed to use as much time as they need when they cast their vote, "This is historical," Enrile says.

Sen. Angara was first to vote. 

















Angara: Rules seeks to eradicate corruption and maintain standard of honesty in gov't. I may grant CJ a plea of honest misjudgement, but given CJ's practice in law and advisory services, failure to declare amounts to culpable violation. Defense argues Ombudsman obtain documents illegally, with no court order authorizing the production. It fails to consider that the docs produced by Ombudsman is made by AMLC, pursuant to law.

Angara: CJ himself admitted to existence of accounts and the amounts they held. As head of judiciary, a standard much higher is placed on Corona. 

Angara: I find the respondent GUILTY.

Arroyo then stands up to vote.
Arroyo: Impeachment is a political process not a political assassination. What started in the House is not an impeachment. Senate is being asked to remove CJ from office because he submitted a wrong SALN. 

Arroyo: I cannot imagine removing a CJ on account of a SALN. Today, we are one step from violating the constitution, no one can stop us when we cannot stop ourselves. This is not law, it is only naked power as it was in 1972. 

Arroyo: I vote to ACQUIT.

Sen. Alan Cayetano stands, quotes Leviticus 19:15.
Cayetano: Hindi ko matanggap ang interpetasyon ng batas ng pinakamataas na hukom ng bansa. Pesos, kahit confidential kailangan ideclare, dollar hindi? 
Mukhang ginawang kumplikado ang simpleng-simple. Pati ba sa pera may diskriminasyon pa tayo? 

Cayetano: Di ko rin po matanggap ang interpretasyon na ipapaliwanag niya ang milyong accounts sa pamamagitan ng kwento. Walang dokumento. Tatanggapin ba natin ito.

Cayetano: Bakit pag mahirap ang nahuli, ang sasabihin 'sa presinto ka na magpaliwanag? Pag mayaman, puro palusot. Lets be honest w each other, after 44 hours, sa tingin ko isang linggo tapos na ito, kung nagsabi na lang tayo ng totoo. If your client can't explain, I can't abstain. If you did not disclose, we have to depose. If you are not fit, you cannot sit.

Cayetano: In signining the waiver, Corona set a new standard. We should all follow this standard. PNoy must ask Cabinet to sign waivers.

Cayetano: CONVICT.

Sen. Pia Cayetano follows her brother in casting her vote.
Cayetano: This is not a purely legal issue. This is all the more difficult for me, for I took my oath before this man.

Cayetano: It is RA 6713, Code of Conduct, that prevails. There are no exceptions. Minor inaccuracies in the SALN would not amount to betrayal of public trust. Corrections are allowed under the law. But the failure to declare $2.4M and P80M  is not minor. 

Cayetano: We can only mature as a democracy if we can learn from this impeachment process

Cayetano: CONVICT.

Sen. Miriam Santiago to vote next. 
Santiago: SALN omission not an impeachable offense. Burden of proof is on prosecution, my standard is overwhelming preponderance of evidence. My standard is very high. SALN omissions can be corrected. The constitution provides that in all criminal prosecution, the accused shall be presumed innocent. 

Santiago: (on hearing views thar CDU law unconstitutional) I was already hoping with all my heart that God would strike me dead! There is no conflict between the constitution and the foreign currency act. Constitutional provisions are not self-executory. Mag-antay ka kung anung batas ang ipapasa sa lehislatibo. 

Santiago: Did any of you bother to find out why we have a Foreign Currency Deposit Act? I'm insulted by the way your minds run!

Santiago fuming: I find it reprehensible, REPREHENSIBLE, that AMLC document introduced without authentication. 

Santiago: Maski ano, pwede ninyong i-manufacture sa Pilipinas. Ganito ang ating korte rito.

Santiago: Strike me dead! Are you for real, prosecution?!

Santiago: Kung hatulan nating may sala yan, ibig sabihin lahat tayo honest.  Kung honest tayo, why is the PH always ranked as the most corrupt countries in the whole world?!

Santiago: Bigyan niyo ako ng isa pang buhay at iimbestigahan ko lahat dito sa House at Senado. Pati sarili ko imbestigahan ko!


Enrile: May I request the lady to wind up? Santiago: I thought I was unlimited! But I will obey the injunction

Santiago: Would you be surprised if I vote not guilty?  (ACQUIT)


Sen. Franklin Drilon now explaining his vote. 




Drilon: The law does not prohibit the respondent from disclosing his accounts

Drilon: He has lost the moral fitness to serve the people. He cannot be Chief Justice any longer.

Drilon: I find the respondent GUILTY.

Sen-judge Francis Escudero explains his vote on Article 2.



Escudero: I do not agree with Corona's interpretation of FCDU law. Para sa kin, maliwanag ang batas. Hindi po ito nagbabanggaan.

Escudero: Dahil dito pwede na nating tanggalin ang presidente and lahat ng mahistrado dahil di dineklara and SALN.

Escudero: Di ko masasang-ayunan ang posisyon ng CJ. ANg binabawal ng FCDU law ay bangko, hindi depositor.

Escudero: Panahon na para itaas ang pamantayan ng mga naninilbihan sa pamahalaan. Dapat pantay ang pamantayang ito.

Escudero: CONVICT.

Sen. Estrada casts his vote.



Estrada: This trial is a historic redemption of our justice system. This same process failed for my own father.

Estrada: Today, I join the nation in healing the wounds inflicted by this trial.

Estrada: Napatunayan ng depensa na hindi 45 properties kundi lang. Hindi 82 accts kundi 4.  But these numbers are irrelevant. The question is, idineklara ba ito sa tamang oras at panahon? Hindi.

Estrada: In my eyes, he is GUILTY.

Sen. TG Guingona explains his vote.

Guingona: Ito ay isang pagbaluktot sa isang probisyon ng konstitusyon. This is constitutional perversion in its ultimate form. Ano ang aasahan nating tagapagtanggol sa SC kung mismong ang pinuno nito ang bumabaluktot sa batas? Ito ang hatol ko: ang nasasakdal ay hindi na karapat-dapat sa pagtitiwala ng sambayanang Pilipino. 

Guingona: I vote to CONVICT the accused Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Sen. Gringo Honasan explains his vote.

Honasan: Based on my experience, I know how it is to be deprived of due process. I know what its like to having my family maligned & lack due process, this is about judging if CJ if fit for the job.

Honasan: Since trial began, I have been looking for reason to acquit Corona based on compassion.

Honasan: CONVICT.

Sen. Lacson explains his vote.  

Lacson: CJ used to work at SGV, taught corporate law. I find it hard to believe his testimony he does not understand accounting.

Lacson: An error of judgment is inacceptible in this trial because it is final, irreversible.

Lacson: CONVICT.

Sen. Lapid explains his vote.

Lapid: Bilang HS grad, anong sasabihin ko na hindi marunong mag-Ingles, hindi maalam sa batas? Ano kayang magiging desisyon?

Sen. Legarda explains her vote. 


Legarda: I select Article 2 as the anchor of my verdict. Mahirap pong humusga sapagkat tayo ay tao lamang

Legarda: Disclosure of SALN is the only window of the public to know if we have enriched ourselves while in public office

Sen. Marcos explains his vote

Marcos: Bill of Rights stands supreme over powers of govt. Govt mustered all powers at its disposal in this case.

Marcos: CJ interpretation of law has been publicly criticized as flawed; public officials construe law in same manner

Marcos: When furor has died down I know like Lady Justice we'll find solace that this judgment is fair and just. I vote to acquit

Sen. Osmeña explains his vote.

Osmeña: Justice must not be merely done but also seen to be done. We must tell people that justice is applied equally.

Osmeña: CONVICT.

Sen. Pangilinan explains his vote.

Pangilinan: Based on evidence, there was systematic concealment of Corona's assets.

Pangilinan says CJ showed blatant disregard of law, quotes Corona saying dishonest members of judiciary should be disbarred. 

Pangilinan: CONVICT.

Sen. Pimentel explains his vote.


Pimentel: CJ arguments don't persuade me. There's no law exempting commingled funds from SALN disclosure.


Pimentel:Earlier law can't be interpreted to nullify purposes of later law;he relies too much on 'absolutely confidential nature'

Pimentel: CONVICT

Recto explains his vote.

Recto: I base decision on facts, not opinions aired outside of court; on testimonies, not theories; on arguments, not analysis

Recto: In an impeachment complaint, length is not strength. The way evidence was produced left a bad taste in the mouth

Recto says there's no such thing as statistically perfect SALN, but notes Corona should have declared his assets.

Recto says there's no such thing as statistically perfect SALN, but notes Corona should have declared his assets

Recto: CONVICT.

Revilla explains his vote.


Revilla: Ang panunungkulan ni CJ ay dapat walang bahid ni katiting dahil sa mandato ng kanyang katungkulan, kahalagahan posisyon.

Revilla: CONVICT. (Revilla casts 16th vote to convict Corona. CJ is removed from office.)

Sotto briefly explains his vote.

 Sotto: In my conscience I have heard (the people's) decision and for them I vote guilty.

Sotto: CONVICT.

Trillanes explains his vote.

Trillanes: CONVICT.

Villar explains his vote. 
 

Villar: CONVICT

Villar recalls he was victim of villification campaign during pres'l campaign, just like Corona.

Villar: Sana hindi na maulit ang mga Little Lady, Mr. Mailbox at Mr. Anonymous

Villar believes Corona is a good person despite vote for conviction.

Sen. President Juan Ponce Enrile casts his vote. 

Enrile thanks colleagues for fulfilling duty, thanks defense & prosecution panels for untiring effort in the trial.

Enrile:  I have faced many difficulties,the delicate balancing act to make sure we do not stray from constitution, laws.

Enrile: Prudence, justice dictate in determining guilt, we must try our best to confine ourselves to pieces of evidence presented

Enrile: This court means serious business and would not succumb to allow such underhanded tactics & gimmickry.

Enrile: I've always believed the case will rise or fall on Article 2.

Enrile expresses immense frustration over haphazard crafting of the articles of impeachment, and introduction of dubious sources.

Enrile: I submit CJ had justifiable & legal grounds to rely on SC guidelines on SALN disclosure when he was still not yet with SC.

Enrile: I grant the CJ believe in good faith that after periodically filing his SALN, the guidelines issued by SC was sufficient.

Enrile: Code of conduct recognizes public right to info on SALN except for purposes contrary to moral purpose or commercial use.

Enrile: I'm convinced defense sufficiently established there was no ill intention to understate/misrepresent value of properties. 

Enrile: Ombudsman reference of transactional balance of $12M should not mislead this court.

Enrile: Regrettably both defense, prosec didn't present AMLC/bank officials to ascertain veracity of Ombudsman's testimony.

While Enrile lauds CJ signing waiver, he says it would serve Corona better if he had presented bank documents as evidence.

Enrile: The impeachment court could only rely on documents of Ombudsman which do not show actual balances of accounts.

Enrile: CJ did not declare assets bec. peso accts are commingled funds & he's not required to report dollar accts. I disagree.

Enrile:Assuming any part of such deposits belong to 3rd parties, CJ could've indicated these as corresponding liabilities in SALN

Enrile: Corona's reliance on absolute confidentiality of deposits is grossly misplaced.

Enrile: If consti command to disclose is limited to peso, would we say consti allows less than honest, complete disclosure?

Enrile: Non-disclosure of deposits would naturally result in corresponding distortion of CJ's real net worth.

Enrile:RA 6426 can't be interpreted as exception to Consti command. I regret the highest magistrate no less would think otherwise.

Enrile: The so-called conflict bet. RA 6713 & 6426 is more illusory than real to me.

Enrile: Nothing in RA 6426 barring depositor from declaring foreign currency funds especially when Constitution mandates official to disclose.

Enrile: If we agree w/CJ that he's correct in not disclosing, can we expect SALN's to be more accurate & true? I don't think so.

Enrile on declaration in SALN: I believe it is our duty to resolve the dilemma of the law.

Enrile: To render a just verdict is a sacred duty that I have taken on myself, that I have sworn to perform.

Enrile: With full trust that the Almighty will see us through, I vote to hold the CJ guilty.

Enrile: CONVICT.

No need for senator-judges to vote for Articles 3 & 7 since Corona is already convicted for Article 2.

Impeachment court votes 20-3 to convict Chief Justice Renato Corona for failing to disclose all assets in SALN. Clerk of impeachment court to provide copy of decision to House Speaker, SC, JBC, Pres. Aquino

#CJontrial adjourns after 44 days, 13 weeks.

[ POLL: How would you rate the senator-judges? ]

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