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A cowardly man unwittingly unleashes three spirits seeking revenge against the family he works for. The spirits take turns taking over his body, causing all sorts of mischief along the way.

Director:

Joyce Bernal

Writers:

Athena Aringo (story) (as Athena Aringo-Yenko), Ays De Guzman (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vhong Navarro ... Ramon
Solenn Heussaff ... Anna
John Lapus ... Kemerut
Empoy Marquez ... Dadu
Aaliyah Belmoro Aaliyah Belmoro ... Anya
Joey Marquez ... Don Demetrio
Joy Viado ... Aunt Bles
Beverly Salviejo ... Belen
Smokey Manaloto ... Berting
Matet De Leon ... Marie
Lenlen Frial ... Lenlen (as Isabel Frial)
Raphael Leuterio Raphael Leuterio ... Raprap
Lito Pimentel ... Anding
Dominic Ochoa ... Arnel
Niño Muhlach ... Singkit
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A cowardly man unwittingly unleashes three spirits seeking revenge against the family he works for. The spirits take turns taking over his body, causing all sorts of mischief along the way.

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Genres:

Comedy | Horror

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

19 April 2014 (Philippines) See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,807,915
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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The last time Solenn Heussaff did a cartwheel was when she's eight years old. So she have to rehearsed for one hour at her parents' garden to make her cartwheel scene in the movie perfect. See more »

Soundtracks

Da Moves
Words and music by Christian Martinez
Published by Star Songs Inc.
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Though the dull script and confusing sequence and set-ups, Vhong's wit and his supporting cast manages to make the movie bearable to watch.
3 May 2014 | by brianllanesjr16See all my reviews

Though the dull script and confusing sequence and set-ups, Vhong's wit and his supporting cast manages to make the movie bearable to watch. But there's nothing new to see in this movie, the cast is poorly presented and the story is loses it's sensibility halfway across the movie. The script is boring and the plot sequence is too rushed and unbalanced. Though the movie does live up it's name by presenting it's genre the right way; It shares a decent amount of jokes that can surely make you laugh. It's enjoyable not because of the jokes shared within the script, it was enjoyable because of the witty acting and funny actions the actors do (specifically the SUPPORTING actors). But also, the director forgets an important aspect in movies: Consistency. The movie attracted viewers because of it's solid first 1-hour, but after-so, the other hour turns into a total bore.

All-in-all, if you're with your friends/family, or (if alone) have a short attention span, "Da Possessed" is the family-movie for you!


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