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Pinoys did it first

Everyone is saying that we’re only good at making poor (and blatant) copies of original concepts, from that time when we made Dawson’s Creek into Tabing Ilog until Gossip Girl became Lipgloss. But there are also some ideas that started within our archipelago. Want proof? Here:


Madrasta (1996) and Stepmom (1998)


Magasin - Eraserheads (1994)

Nakita kita sa isang magasin/At sa sobrang gulat di ko napansin/Bastos pala ang pamagat/Dali-dali ang binuklat/At ako'y namulatSa hubad na katotohanan/Iba na ang iyong ngiti/Iba na nag 'yong tingin/Nagbago nang lahat sa'yo.

Magazines - Duncan Sheik (2002)
With all that naked skin as sweet as honey/Maybe you just really needed money/I
wondered if I would be punished for my voyeuristic pleasure/and now I know/and
you're in magazines/ I tear through pages of every kind of pose/but its not really you I see/when I look real close/no you're a little bit different/you're a little bit different/you're a little bit different/and now I know/and you're in magazines


Mahal kita final answer (2002)

This movie tells the story of Joanna (Rufa Mae Quinto) a cheerful person who has made a career out of entering all sorts of contests until she joined and won Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.

Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

Set and filmed in India, Slumdog Millionaire tells the story of a young man from the slums of Mumbai who appears on the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?


Jeco said...

habol: basta't kasama kita with Aga and Dayanarra.

Yung paghabol ni Aga sa presscon ni Dayanarra ay "ginaya" ng Nottin Hill. Hahahah