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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

FB Scoop: Liza Dino Seguerra Comments on MMFF Resignation of Execom Members, Chooses to Stay Put



Images courtesy of Facebook: Liza Dino-Seguerra

37 comments:

  1. Eto na naman si know-it-all Liza

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    1. Aminan: I was kinda disappointed when the line up last yr ay puro indie but I tried to watch. First, I watched Babae Sa Septic, trying to make myself laugh in the Christmas Season. Di ako masyadong natawa and there's no story on the film. Meron pero nakakalito. I tried to watch another baka sakali makatsamba ako ng maganda, so I tried Saving Sally. The effects were good, but story wise, its dragging and I'm not that amused. So I really wanted to give up kasi sayang yung pera ko. I was used to the usual line up where its a family movie/something I can laugh about/something that would teach me life lessons. Kaso nagets ko na nawala na yung artistic side sa last 3 yrs ng MMFF. Parang kelangan nalang matawa ka tapos wala namang sense yung story. So I agreed about the indie films. Then nakakadisappoint na kahit indie film, parang mainstream din na halos walang maintindihan na kwento. Yun lang naman ang akin.

      Oh and btw, Die Beautiful lang yung nakapagpatawa, nakapagpaiyak and taught me some life lesson nung MMFF entry. Infair, sana ganun yung mga indie na pinasok last year. Kahit indie, may kwentong naiintindihan.
      - Yes, I'm just a normal person who's bot an Art major.

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    2. Why are indie films branded as better than mainstream films? I've seen indie films that were REALLY bad. A good movie is a good movie, kesehodang indie sya or mainstream. Films should not just educate, they should entertain.

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    3. 8:31 - IN THE US AND OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD, THERE ARE MORE MAINSTREAM FILMS THAT ARE QUALITY THAN THERE ARE INDIE. SA ATIN KASI KARAMIHAN SA MAINSTREAM AY BASURA.

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  2. Star Cinema, Regal, etc. found their comfort zone and it works for them. So they don't want to take risks anymore. That's they keep giving us the same things over and over again.

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    1. May choice ka naman te. Gusto mo ikaw n alang mag producer.

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    2. Ang SC mejo ok ok pa eh, ang Regal and Viva magaganda ang quality ng films nila up to early 90's, until nakipag kumpitensiya sa OctoArts, Mzet na puro commercialized na at lumamon sa sistema ng pinoy...

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  3. Aminin na natin mahina ang pelikulang makabuluhan esp during xmas kahit manawagan tayo sa publiko panuorin pero waley pa rin.

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  4. Sino ba naman kasi ang ayaw kumita? Pero naman, kumita naman sana tayo sa maayos na paraan. Gandahan naman sana ang produkto, huwag pucho-pucho. Walang problema sa commercial films, basta ba maayos ang pagkagawa, at hindi nakakainsulto ng intelligence. Hindi na mainstream vs indie ang usapan dito. Pare-pareho lang silang may merits and shortcomings. Quality ang hinahanap natin. Variety din sana, dahil every year na lang na Vic Sotto o kaya Vice Ganda ang headliners. Oo, kumita sila in past editions of the fest, pero hanggang doon na lang ba tayo? Wala na ba tayong pwedeng ioffer? How can we expect the Filipino audience to grow kung ganito na lang lagi? Kumbaga sa school, forever tayong nasa Grade 1.

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    1. Well said anon 12:45am

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    2. Gusto kong ulit ulitin ang grade 1 🀣🀣. May cuye akong schoolmate that time πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. ANG PROBLEMA KASI MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE WHO GO WATCH THESE FILMS ARE NOT MEDIA-EDUCATED.

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  5. I agree with Liza. Film-making is a business as much as it is an art. Pero ang dapat sisihin dito is ung mga film producers na nagsimula ng mga 'commercialized' na pelikula. Sa kanila nagsimula ung sistemang lumamon sa pananaw ng mga nanonood ng filipino movies, and so they realized na kumikita ako sa ganitong style ng pelikula na walang 'art', so ganito na lang ang gagawin ko taon-taon...

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    1. But you have to agree that these "commercialized" films are the ones that kept the industry alive.

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    2. 8:24 - MAS MABUTI NGANG MAWALA NA ANG INDUSTRY KESA TULUY TULOY NA BASURA ANG IHAHAIN SA MESA.

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  6. Eto na naman tayo. Magrereklamo na sawa na sa usual. Hahainan ng bago, hindi naman tatangkilikin. Balik sa dating fornula, reklamo pa rin. Ay ewan.

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    1. Amen Anon1:01AM!

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    2. best comment ka bes!

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  7. O ngayon, naisip nya yan? Di naman pala kaya panindigan? Change scamming?

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  8. so walang movie ang umabot ng 200M mark last year? kailangan nga talaga ng komersiyal na pelikula.

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  9. para sa ekonomiya! lol

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  10. Who is to blame ba talaga? The moviegoers or the producers? MMFF 2015, 1 billion plus revenues - mostly trash films. MMFF 2016 - 400k revenue, quality films.... Tanging Yaman, Syo Lamang, Jose Rizal, Himala - MMFF films na quality and box office hits.

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  11. I would resign too if i was involved. Biro mo 40% commercial value kasali sa criteria para sa mmff. Nakakahiya tayong mga pilipino.

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  12. Hey Liza, can you please stop pulling our legs? You are choosing to stay because you have nothing else to do. Kung umalis ka dyan, eh di tumunganga ka lang buong araw.

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  13. Kayong mga indie magrequest na may igawang indi fest . Like sa ibang country pang indie lang kaya pala nagtataka aqo bakit ganun quality ng movie halatang tipid kasi indie pala. Pero masaya nmn sila .

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  14. Most sa tao gusto kumita dahil may pangangailangan. Iba nmn ang devoted walang kapalit na inaantay. Medyo nadissappoint ako sa mga indie nagiging ganib na rin sa pera tapos reklamo pa more pagkonti lang nanood.

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  15. Kayong mga indie ano ba gusto nyo puri o pera?. Bakit kayo nagpupumilit. Nang iistress kayo ng mga tao. Kayo pa galit.

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  16. I like what she said, buti pa sha ganyan mag isip

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  17. Movie producers are businessman. Kong ano ang mabenta doon sila. Bakit sila magbebenta ng produkto na wala namang bibili? MMFF movies are meant for family. Kaya dapat masaya at entertaining ang theme. May Cinemalaya naman na venue to showcase "QUALITY MOVIES DAW" dapat doon na lng sila.

    Ang mahala enjoy ang mga bata sa panonood.

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    1. ..at the expense of insulting our intelligence as filipinos?

      ..pwedeng commercialized pero may katuturan or atleast pulido ang gawa. di kailangan high budgeted pero naman kung puro gatas, hotdog, coffee, lotion at pati pang tanggal ng kulugo ang product placements na parang tv commercial ang movie or di kaya same old formula ng movie..eh ano na...sabi nga ng isang comment..forever at kuntento nalang ba tayo sa pagiging grade 1 sa taste ng pelikula or minsan umakyat naman tayo sa junior high

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    2. "MMFF MOVIES ARE MEANT FOR FAMILY"? OHEMEGED! E DI DAPAT METRO MANILA FAMILY FESTIVAL ANG TAWAG, DI BA?

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  18. Malaking point din na kung katulad kasi n Liza ang mga namumuno sa movie industry, mas nawawalan ng gana ang mga movie goers to support our own, indie man yan o commercialized. Ano ba yan pati sa pagpili ng mga entries may pulitika at palakasan.

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  19. Sabi na nga ba't ningas-kugon lang iyong last year. Puro salita lang pala in the end. Sabagay, talk is cheap. Laway lang ang puhunan.

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  20. para saakin ang di ko lang gusto bakit puro pelikula nina Vice Ganda at Vic Sotto ang kasali taon taon sa MMFF halatang may pinapaburan. Di na rin naman kumikita pelikula ni Vic Sotto

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  21. Wala naman siyang other source of income eh...

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  22. "As artists." Since when?

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