3 pelikula ni Ai Ai sunud-sunod na minalas

By Ronnie Carrasco III August 24,2019
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3 pelikula ni Ai Ai sunud-sunod na minalas

By Ronnie Carrasco III August 24,2019
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AI AI DELAS ALAS

MULING napatotohanan ang kapaniwalaang, “It comes in threes.”

Spanning three months since May, mataas ang batting average ni Ai Ai delas Alas sa paggawa ng pelikula.

Mother’s Day offering noong Mayo ang sa ginawa niyang pelikula with Ex Batallion na dati niyang mina-manage.

Nasundan ito ng “Feelinnial” opposite Bayani Agbayani in July amid rave reviews ng kanilang comedic partnership na sulit sa mga manonood.

Nasundan ito ng pelikulang wala kaming kamalay-malay na naipalabas na pala, na may pagkakahawig sa kuwento ni Ai Ai sa tunay na buhay. Regrettably, all three bombed at the tills.

Matino sa kung matino, pulido sa kung pulido ang pagkakagawa but the result of any finished product is not always a guarantee of box-office success.

Sabi mismo ni Ai Ai, the last that she did would conclude her work as per her time table dahil ang susunod naman daw niyang pagtutuunan ng pansin is her long-overdue pregnancy by her husband Gerald Sibayan.

Truth be told, noon pa nasa drawing table ang pagbubuntis ni Ai Ai—through whatever means—even shortly after their “fairy tale” wedding. To be capped nga ‘yon ng kanilang planned honeymoon in Japan. But none of these ever saw the light of day.

Nausog nang nausog ang kanyang mga plano bungling her schedule hangga’t may mga offers. But she swore that her latest film would be the very last.

Kaso, ang suwerte—or lack of it—na dumapo sa dalawang nauna niyang pelikula has spilled over lending credence to the superstitious three-in-a-row belief.

More than ever, ngayon na talaga ipursige ni Ai Ai ang kanyang mga domestic plans para bumawi naman siya sa tatlong sunod na flop movies, which may not only be record-breaking but may, in fact,

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