Mano Po 7: Tsinoy

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Mano Po 7: Chinoy
ManoPo7ChinoyPoster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by
  • Ian Loreños
Produced by
Starring Jean Garcia
Richard Yap
Janella Salvador
Enchong Dee
Marlo Mortel
Jake Cuenca
Jessy Mendiola
Kean Cipriano
Production
company
Distributed by Regal Entertainment
Release date
  • December 14, 2016 (2016-12-14)
Running time
122 minutes
Country Philippines
Language Filipino
Box office ₱30 million[1]

Mano Po 7: Chinoy (華菲/菲華人) (Mandarin: Fēi huárén) is a Filipino film starring Richard Yap, Jean Garcia and Enchong Dee. The film is the 7th installment of the Mano Po franchise from Regal Entertainment. It tells the story of a modern Chinese Filipino family. Beneath the facade of a typical well-off Chinese Filipino family, it also tackles the struggles of family life as well as how they managed to reunite themselves as one.[2][3][4] The film was shown in theatres starting December 14, 2016. But was delayed due to insistent public demant that film was re-show in theatres starting February 8, 2017. [5] The film starred Richard Yap making him the first male main protagonist in the entire Mano Po film series. It was also the second Mano Po movie that was not directed by Joel Lamangan who directed Mano Po, Mano Po III: My Love, Mano Po 4: Ako Legal Wife, Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di and Mano Po 6: A Mother's Love.

Cast

  • Richard Yap as Wilson Wong
  • Marlo Mortel as Henry Santos (Carol's classmate)
  • Jean Garcia as Deborah "Debbie" Lim-Wong
  • Janella Salvador as Caroline "Carol" Wong
  • Enchong Dee as Wilson "Son" Wong, Jr.
  • Johann Paolo Cariño as Frederick "Erick" Wong
  • Jake Cuenca as Marco (Debbie's customer)
  • Jessy Mendiola as Jocelyn C. Lee (Wilson, Jr.'s love interest)
  • Jana Agoncillo as Catherine Wong
  • Kean Cipriano as Denver Vera (Carol's professor)
  • David Chua as young Manuel U. Wong (Wilson's father)
  • Rebecca Chuaunsu as Erlinda "Ama" Wong (Wilson's mother)
  • Rosalind Wee as Auntie Rosa
  • Eric Quizon as Jason Wong

Box Office

Together with Star Cinema's The Super Parental Guardians and OctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions & APT Entertainment's Enteng Kabisote 10 and the Abangers, Mano Po 7: Tsinoy failed to make it into the Magic 8 of the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival. It was shown on December 14, 2016 and was shown in almost 200 cinemas nationwide. The movie earned a decent ₱4 million on its opening day.[6] It earned a decent ₱30 million on its entire run.[7]

See also

References

  1. ^ "MMFF 2016 Box-Office Report". The List Philippines. Retrieved January 12, 2017.
  2. ^ Arniel Serato (29 June 2016). "Richard Yap to shoot Regal's Mano Po 7: Tsinoy in China". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 22 September 2016.
  3. ^ Valeza, Karen; Panaligan, Jojo P. (8 August 2016). "New 'Mano Po' movie centers on relationship issues". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 22 September 2016.
  4. ^ Jun Nardo (29 June 2016). "Richard bibida sa Mano Po ng Regal!". Philippine Star. Retrieved 22 September 2016.
  5. ^ https://www.facebook.com/RegalEntertainmentInc/photos/pb.151092271590871.-2207520000.1486033817./1427451177288301/?type=3
  6. ^ "Mano Po 7: Chinoy' opens to decent PHP 4 million". Movie Journals Philippines. Retrieved December 19, 2016.
  7. ^ "MMFF 2016 Box-Office Report". The List Philippines. Retrieved January 12, 2017.

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