Booba (2001)

Comedy


Rufa Mae Quinto stars in this comedy as Booba as she endeavors in the metropolis or city to fulfill her promise to her dying mother that she will find her jealous and insecure sister who ran away from home.


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17 November 2007 | roneilo
10
| Is Philippine comedic movies going anywhere?
After watching this movie i asked myself if ever there would be a time when Philipine Cinema would ever be up there with Hollywood? Would this title change the way comedic movies are done in the Philippines? Well you'd be happy to know that this title is in no way different to what Philippine comedic movies have been for the last decade or so. This movie can only just waste your time. It has so many mistakes, bad storyline and lots of bad acting that you'd think its part of the movie. Anyways i would give it a 10/10 for all the above mentioned and because my favourite scene, Booba's (Rufa Mae Quinto) scene with Poli (Gary Estrada).

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Soundtracks

Ako si Booba
Sung by
Rufa Mae Quinto (as Ruffa Mae Quinto)
Composed by Rufa Mae Quinto (as Ruffa Mae Quinto) and Rene Garcia
Arranged by Rene Garcia
Original version "Do the Hustle"
Written by Van McCoy (uncredited)
Sung by Van McCoy (as Van Maccoy)

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Genres

Comedy

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Release Date:

24 January 2001

Language

Filipino, Tagalog, English


Country of Origin

Philippines

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