Alan Thicke | Actor
I Am Elizabeth Smart
In June 2002, Elizabeth Ann Smart (Alana Boden) was a 14-year-old girl when she was abducted from her Salt Lake City home by religious fanatic Brian David Mitchell (Skeet Ulrich). He brought her to a hilly encampment where, with his twisted accomplice Wanda Barzee (Deirdre Lovejoy), he held Elizabeth captive. She was starved, drugged, raped and subjected to bizarre religious rituals until, nine months later, she enabled her own rescue.
Rufa Mae stars in this comedy as Booba as she endeavors in the metropolis to fulfill her promise to her dying mother that she will find jealous and insecure sister who run away from home. When she gets to the city she experiences the harsh realities of life. Booba had to work to support herself not as some dancer or TV host but as a nanny. And one day she meets her knight in shining armor in Poli a policeman who accidentally saves her life. Her search leads her to a syndicate involved in various illegal activities whose leader turns out to be her long lost sister!
One mystery envelops a group of friends who goes out on a vacation. Upon their arrival in the resort owned by the family of Sarah (Marielle de Palma), creepy signs and terrifying situations took place. Each of her friends disappeared without knowing the reasons of their mislaid. Eager to discover the slayer of the murder, Rocky (John Apacible) and Mila (Alma Conception) involved them in the mainstream. Will they find the real criminal or be caught with their own mesh?
Fagun Haway - In Spring Breeze
In 1952, a Pakistani police officer comes to a small town in southern east Pakistan (Now Bangladesh), and orders all soldiers in the police station to speak in Urdu, and eventually becomes more aggressive to change the people's language. His autocratic behavior breaks the small town into a silent protest and reassembles the whole country. Fagun Haway tells us about the spirit of protecting the mother language represents that of Dhaka where police opens fire on the procession. Salam, Barkat, Zabbar and Rafique dies. Mother tongue is our right. No one can take it away.
Wildman AJ (AC Mizal) is colour blind. Salleh (Harun Salim Bachik) is a retired cop who tries to sell his invention to the police. The two hate each other but these two private detectives must join forces to solve their biggest cases, involving a corrupt man (Datuk ‘O’ Osman), a sexy secretary (Hannah Tan) and an art collection theft syndicate.
Ikaw Pa Rin: Bongga Ka Boy!
Baby (AiAi delas Alas) is a veterinarian who bumps into a heroic fireman named Boy (Robin Padilla). Baby is unlucky in love. Her ex-boyfriend proved to be a freeloader who just wanted to avail of Baby's expertise for his pets and the pets of his other family members. Boy is just as unlucky since his former girlfriend, the mother of his son, left him for a foreigner. The fireman is now a single father worried how his son will turn out since he seems to be absorbing his grandmother's feminine traits and his aunt's dishonesty. But the community looks up to him since Boy always comes to his neighbors' rescue when it comes to small and big problems alike. During his time of need, Boy gets to meet Baby and in his gratitude, he promises to grant any wish that Baby asks of him. During the town fiesta, Baby announces that her one wish is to have a child of her own with Boy as the father. The fireman thinks that she is just kidding but Baby is dead serious since her biological clock is ticking. Will Boy keep his promise to Baby? Will this lead to a more serious relationship between the two people or will they continue to be unlucky in love?
MNL 143 mostly details the random experiences and encounters of Ramil (played by Allan Paule), a minivan driver on his final trip before leaving Manila to become one of the millions of overseas workers in the Middle East. Every day for five years, Ramil has plied the Buendia-Fairview route in hopes of encountering Mila, the woman he left behind to make his fortune abroad. Hardly the most efficient way to search for someone – especially in Manila – but we nevertheless believe Ramil is the kind of guy who would actually try.
When Jason and Danny’s mother comes home with a new prescription painkiller, the brothers find themselves at the height of Boston's Oxycontin drug trade, fighting for a way out of the slums.