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GMA Flash Report (Semana Santa) April 17, 2014

GMA Flash Report (Semana Santa) April 17, 2014
GMA Flash Report (Semana Santa) April 17, 2014 is an hourly news bulletin of GMA Network in the Philippines, replacing GMA News Live. Every weekends, between 11:00 PM and 12:00 AM, a thirty-minute edition of the newscast entitled Flash Report Special Edition is aired with Mariz Umali as news anchor. Previously, its special edition was hosted by Pia Arcangel. On June 23, 2007, the weekend special edition was replaced by GMA Weekend Report. GMA was the first Philippine television network to show hourly news bulletins. The program usually features a traffic ticker and previews other GMA News and Public Affairs programs. The program also serves as the breaking news broadcast of the GMA Network. Live reports usually head the news line-up. When a developing story breaks, GMA airs GMA Breaking News instead of GMA Flash Report. < br />

GMA Flash Report (Semana Santa) April 17, 2014


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Maalaala Mo Kaya MMK (Kalendaryo) April 17, 2014

Maalaala Mo Kaya MMK April 17, 2014
Maalaala Mo Kaya MMK April 17, 2014 is a Filipino drama program which was first aired in 1991 and has since been the longest-running drama anthology on Philippine television. For 18 years, the show has been airing on ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation and is hosted by Charo Santos-Concio. It is also showned in ANC also but a different time slot. < br />
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Echoserang Frog (2014)

Echoserang Frog (2014)
Watch Echoserang Frog (2014)Full Movie Online To completely appreciate the allure of Joven Tan’s Echoserang Frog, one has to understand the career of Shalala. Shalala, who presumably got his nickname from the erstwhile Vengaboys hit, rose to some sort of fame as the sidekick of German Moreno in his late night-early morning show Master Showman: Walang Tulugan. He left Moreno’s wing, causing a temporary rift between them, and proceeded to make a name for himself against all odds. See, Shalala is an unlikely movie star and an even more unlikely lead star. His appeal is reliant on one’s tolerance to noise and kitsch. With his occasional shrieks and gaudy attire, he is most likely to offend than attract. Despite that, he seems to have clawed his way into some sort of success in the entertainment field. It is his particular position in current local show business as a curious anomaly that makes up the core of Echoserang Frog. Shalala dreams of graduating from obscurity. When he learns of a possible inheritance from a very distant relative, he proceeds to borrow money and blindly initiates his quest to make his debut feature. For every step, his seed money gets smaller and smaller because of expenses both inherent to filmmaking and irrelevant to it. Tan gamely borrows from television sitcom Two Broke Girls to document Shalala’s dwindling budget. He also takes some cues from Larry Charles’ Borat (2006) without of course the grand deception and accompanying pranks, with the flimsy tale of Shalala’s obsession overtaking his relationship with his best friend, played by Kiray Celis. Let’s be honest however. Echoserang Frog is a horrendously crafted film. Despite having two cinematographers being credited for its look, the film is visually drab, with scenes seemingly lacking of any creative insight. Despite The easiest thing to do is to accuse the film as being an amateurish effort, meant only to cash in on the bizarre appeal of its star, Shalala. Fortunately, the film’s unappealing look, whether it be a product of creative design or not, is apt. Echoserang Frog is after all about Shalala’s attempt to make his starring film. Considering that the attempt involved a lot of sidesteps and blunders, a film that had some semblance of gloss or sleekness would feel both false and forced. There is a discreet charm to the film’s absolute lack of sophistication. It could perhaps even be the film’s biggest joke. Humor is definitely Echoserang Frog’s biggest asset. A lot of jokes do not work, either because they require specific knowledge of pop culture references or simply because they just weren’t executed properly. The jokes that do work however are absolutely hilarious. More importantly, unlike Marlon Rivera’s Babae sa Septic Tank which covered similar areas, Echoserang Frog does not feel like it is mining humor at the expense of others. Self-deprecation is the key. Shalala allows himself to be the subject of ridicule. In fact, in the film’s post-credit sequence where he lampoons the anti-camcording ads that regularly screen in cinemas, he even pokes fun at the possibility that nobody would be interested to pirate his film. All the other celebrities who performed cameos in the film are in on the self-deprecation, playing caricatures of themselves all for the sake of fun. Odette Khan becomes the queen of overacting, while Jaclyn Jose exemplifies the opposite. Lav Diaz is the self-important saviour of Philippine cinema, mumbling his goals for cinema to the detriment of Shalala’s very meager understanding. Echoserang Frog is clearly not the film that Jose Javier Reyes is gushing about at the start of the movie. Echoserang Frog is not made to raise Philippine cinema to greater heights, or to cure poverty, or to win awards. It is what it is, a product of whimsical ambition by its titular hero. Thankfully, there is also quite a clever conceit underneath all the nonsense.

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Diary ng Panget (2014)

Diary ng Panget (2014)
The Diary ng Panget 2014 tetralogy (Diary of the Ugly or Ugly's Diary) is a series of romantic comedy novels by a Wattpad author under the name of HaveYouSeenThisGirL. The original, unedited story was first posted on the online literary site Wattpad. The story was split into four books and topped the rankings on the bestseller's list of Philippine publications in major bookstores. On September 2013, during the Manila International Book Fair, Viva Films announced their acquisition of the title and its long-awaited film adaptation to hit theaters in 2014. This is the first movie adaptation of a story first published in Wattpad. Described her piece as “Sobrang simple lang po, sobrang cliché, isang girl na mahirap na di kagandahan makaka-meet ng guy na suplado at mayaman. Yun lang po.(Very simple, very cliché: A poor Plain Jane meets Mr Rich-and-Snobbish. That’s it.)”. Diary ng Panget became an internet sensation accounting the online novel with over 12 million reads. Its popularity gained the attention of Arnel Gabriel from PSICOM Publishing which held the account of turning the online novel into a book series and even hold the risk of publishing any Wattpad properties. In late 2012, Gabriel wrote to the author about seeing her work as a physical book but due to mix-up with her email addresses, it took two months for Denny to reply. Due to its length, Diary Ng Panget was split into four volumes, each ending in cliffhangers. When the first volume hit the bookstores in May, it became the best-seller in an instant also with the remaining three volumes. The book version was the same as the Wattpad version except for some characters until it's fourth volume came out and new content in it was different compared to the original ending in Wattpad. In May 2013, the eBook version of the story has been removed from Wattpad by the owner, in order to prevent further unauthorized reproductions of the work. At the release of the last installment of the series, Ate Denny released 2 new series, which are also from Wattpad, entitled Voiceless and She Died. Voiceless was published as a 2-part novel series while She Died is currently being published as a Filipino Manga, with its reading direction alternate from the Japanese manga, from left to right and is illustrated by Enjelicious, with the assistance of Jeff Nice. Both of her series is again published by Viva-PSICOM Publishing Corp. (formerly known as PSICOM Publishing Inc.) In March 2014, the series was again published as a movie tie-in and also spanning 4 volumes, which will be available on the nationwide caravan for Diary ng Panget the Movie. The movie tie-in edition is again published by Viva-PSICOM Publishing Corp. Reah "Eya" Rodriguez: Portrayed by Nadine Lustre. The protagonist and narrator of the series, the titular 'panget'. Eya describes herself as an ugly person. She studies at Willford Academy and is a model of some products that don't need to show her face (Wattpad version only). She was hired by Mr Sandford to be the personal maid of his son, Cross. Cross Sandford: Portrayed by James Reid. A handsome, rich and snobbish teenager. He studies at Willford Academy. He works as a model for the popular clothing line Bench. Eya is his personal maid and has hated her ever since they've met. He is called by Eya as "Cookie Monster" because of his personality. Chad Jimenez: Portrayed by Andre Paras. He studies at Willford Academy. A handsome and rich teenager who has a crush on Lory. He is well-known for his cheerful personality. Chad and Eya became friends because of an embarrassing situation. Eya is his closest friend who helps him get Lory. Lorraine "Lory" Keet: Portrayed by Yassi Pressman. She studies at Willford Academy. A beautiful and rich teenager who has a crush on Cross. She is half-British and is crushed on by almost all of the boys at Willford Academy. She is one of Eya's close friends and helps her get Cross.

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The Passion of the Christ ENG SUB (2004 - James Caviezel, Maia Morgenstern)

The Passion of the Christ ENG SUB (2004 - James Caviezel, Maia Morgenstern)
The Passion of the Christ ENG SUB (2004 - James Caviezel, Maia Morgenstern) THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST is a vivid depiction of the last 12 hours of Jesus Christ's life.

Sometime around the year A.D. 30, in the Roman province of Palestine, an obscure Jewish carpenter named Jesus of Nazareth began to teach publicly and to proclaim the coming of a 'Kingdom of God.' For centuries, the Jewish people had expected the appearance of a promised deliverer known as the Messiah --a figure who would restore their ancient dignity, and free their sacred homeland from all evil and despair. In the minds of many, Jesus appeared to be this Messiah. Surrounded by a core group of twelve disciples, Jesus began to attract a massive following from among the common people of Galilee and Judea, who eventually praised him as their Messiah and King.

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The Gospel of John (2003 - Henry Ian Cusick, Stuart Bunce)

The Gospel of John (2003 - Henry Ian Cusick, Stuart Bunce)
The Jesus Film Tagalog Language (1979 - Brian Deacon) The Gospel of John is a 2003 film that is the story of Jesus' life as recounted by the Gospel of John. It is a motion picture that has been adapted for the screen on a word-for-word basis from the American Bible Society's Good News Bible. This three-hour epic feature film follows John's Gospel precisely, without additions to the story from other Gospels, nor omission of complex passages.

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The Jesus Film Tagalog Language (1979 - Brian Deacon)

The Jesus Film Tagalog Language (1979 - Brian Deacon)
The Jesus Film Tagalog Language (1979 - Brian Deacon) Jesus (alternatively called The Jesus Film), is a 1979 motion picture which depicts the life of Jesus Christ according primarily to the Gospel of Luke in the Bible. It was co-directed by Australian Peter Sykes, Britons John Heyman and John Krisch and filmed in Israel. The film's origins date back to 1945 when a young businessman named Bill Bright wanted to privately finance a film about the life of Jesus Christ that was entertaining, biblically accurate, and which could be translated into non-English languages. Rather than making a film at that time, Bright went on to found a Christian ministry to reach college students called Campus Crusade for Christ in 1951.

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The Lost 40 Days of Jesus (History Channel Special)

The Lost 40 Days of Jesus (History Channel Special)
The Lost 40 Days of Jesus (History Channel Special) The unknown years of Jesus (also called his silent years, lost years, or missing years) generally refers to the period between Jesus's childhood and the beginning of his ministry, a period not described in the New Testament. The phrases "lost years of Jesus" is usually encountered in esoteric literature (where it at times also refers to his possible post-crucifixion activities), but is not commonly used in scholarly literature since it is assumed that Jesus was probably working as a carpenter in Galilee from the age of twelve till thirty, so the years were not "lost years", and that he died in Calvary. In the late medieval period, Arthurian legends appeared that the young Jesus had been in Britain. In the 19th and 20th centuries theories began to emerge that between the ages of 12 and 30 Jesus had visited India, or had studied with the Essenes in the Judea desert. Modern mainstream Christian scholarship has generally rejected these theories and holds that nothing is known about this time period in the life of Jesus. The use of the "lost years" in the "swoon hypothesis" suggests that Jesus survived his crucifixion and continued his life.This, and the related view that he avoided crucifixion altogether, has given rise to several speculations about what happened to him in the supposed remaining years of his life, but these are generally not accepted by mainstream scholars

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The Real Face of Jesus (History Channel Special)

The Real Face of Jesus (History Channel Special)
The Real Face of Jesus (History Channel Special) The Holy Face of Jesus is a title for specific images which some Catholics believe to have been miraculously formed representations of the face of Jesus Christ. The image obtained from the Shroud of Turin is associated with a specific medal worn by some Roman Catholics and is also one of the Catholic Devotions to Christ. Various Acheiropoieta (literally "not-handmade") items relating to Christ have been reported throughout the centuries, and devotions to the face of Jesus have been practiced. Devotions to the Holy Face were approved by Pope Leo XIII in 1895 and Pope Pius XII in 1958. In the Roman Catholic tradition, the Holy Face of Jesus is used in conjunction with Acts of Reparation to Jesus Christ with specific institutions whose focus is such reparations, e.g. the Pontifical Congregation of the Benedictine Sisters of the Reparation of the Holy Face. In his address to this Congregation, Pope John Paul II referred to such Acts of Reparation as the "unceasing effort to stand beside the endless crosses on which the Son of God continues to be crucified" The Holy Face image used today as a Devotion to Christ is based on the Shroud of Turin which the faithful assume to be the burial cloth of Jesus. It is different from the likeness of Jesus on the Veil of Veronica, although the veil image had earlier been used in devotions. Since the Holy Face image is said to have been obtained from the burial cloth of Jesus, it is assumed to be a post-crucifixion image. However, the likeness on the Veil of Veronica is by definition pre-crucifixion, for it is assumed to have been imprinted when Saint Veronica encountered Jesus in Jerusalem along the Via Dolorosa on the way to Calvary. Although the Shroud of Turin has been publicly displayed by Roman Catholics at least since the 16th century (and perhaps before) the faint image of the Holy Face on it can not be clearly seen with the naked eye and was only observed with the advent of photography. In 1898, amateur Italian photographer Secondo Pia was startled by the negative of the image in his darkroom as he was developing the first photograph of the shroud. The happenstance by which Secondo Pia received the King’s approval to attempt the first photograph of the Shroud for an exhibition was unusual in its own right. And Pia later said that on the evening of May 28, 1898 he almost dropped and broke the photographic plate in the darkroom from the shock of seeing the image of a face on the Shroud (for the first time ever) that could not have been clearly observed with the naked eye. Hence devotions to the Holy Face prior to that year relied on earlier images, based on paintings of the Veil of Veronica. The devotions to the Holy Face of Jesus involve two European nuns, both named after Saint Mary but who lived almost one hundred years apart. Both nuns reported visions of Jesus and Mary. The first nun was called Sister Marie of St Peter from Tours, France, and lived in the 1840s. The second nun was called Sister Maria Pierina De Micheli and lived in the 1930s in Milan, Italy. In 1843, the first nun, Sister Marie of St Peter, who was a Carmelite nun in Tours, France, reported a vision in which Jesus spoke to her. She later reported further visions and conversations with Jesus and the Virgin Mary in which she was urged to spread the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, in reparation for the many insults Jesus suffered in his Passion. According to Sister Marie of St Peter, in 1844 she had a vision in which Jesus told her: Oh if you only knew what great merit you acquire by saying even once, Admirable is the Name of God, in a spirit of reparation for blasphemy. Her visions reportedly included the words to a specific prayer as an Act of Reparation to Jesus Christ which came to be known as The Golden Arrow Holy Face Devotion (Prayer). This prayer and the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus started to spread among Roman Catholics in France as of 1844.

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