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Filipino Fantasy-Superheroes



Alyas Batman En Robin

(1991)
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This film features Philippines' funnyman Joey De Leon taking on the role of Batman. The story is actually a parody of the popular 1960's TV show and has absolutely nothing in common with the current crop of dark Batman films, comics or animated series, except for the costumes and the names. The producers couldn't change the names of the characters to something that sounded good. They wanted a Batman parody, so how can you change a name like Batman? Even Wonder Woman makes a brief appearance at the end! Not surprisingly, the studio that made this film had some legal problems afterwards, but it looks like the studio won. (In Tagalog language, with English subtitles).




Anak Ni Zuma

(1987)
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aka's: The Daughter Of Zuma/Daughter of Anik: Hell Serpent/Zuma 2: Hell Serpent
In this sequel to Zuma (1985), Galema (Jenny Lyn), child of Zuma (Max Laurel) and a mortal named Helen, fights to end the evil works of Zuama, who is killing all the virgins and taking their hearts. (In Tagalog language).





Captain Barbell

(2003)
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aka: Kapten Barbel
The new Captain Barbell, played by Bong Revilla, Jr, is another adaptation of Mars Ravelo's colorful superhero with a wonderful adventure. Captain Barbell (Revilla) has the human form of Enteng (played by singer/actor Ogie Alcasid). One day Enteng received a mysterious barbell given by a hermit after he saved his life. Not knowing that the barbell can give Enteng's alter-ego Captain Barbell, a hero for the poor and mistreated people. Also in the cast is Enteng's dream girl Cielo, an elementary music teacher (played by Regine Velasquez) whose in love with Captain Barbell. With Captain Barbell's arch-enemies Lagablab (played by Albert Martinez), Freezy (played by comedianne Rufa Mae Qunito) and Dagampat (played by Jeffrey Quizon). The movie tells about bravery, respect and love. Armed with special-effects and action-packed adventure, with romance and comedy on the side. Includes a brief appearance by Darna (Regine Velasquez) in a dream sequence (In Tagalog language).







Captain Barbell

(1986)
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Teng-Teng (Herbert Bautista) lives a miserable life. He is an orphan who works by collecting junk. But despite his condition, Teng-Teng does not lose hope. Instead he shares his meager income with other indigent people. One day, as a reward for his good deeds, he is given the opportunity to defend the people against evil forces headed by Gagamba (Beth Bautista), a female spider who took human form. Teng-Teng is then given the magic barbell which empowers him to become Captain Barbell (Edu Manzano). All goes well except for Teng-Teng's lovelife, since the girl of his dreams Rosemarie (Lea Salonga) is already falling in love with the super hero. Will Capt. Barbell be able to fight the evil forces of Gagamba? How can Teng-Teng prove to Rosemarie that he is Capt.Barbell? Sharon Cueta also appears as Darna. (In Tagalog language).




Dyesebel

(1978)
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Dyesebel (Alma Moreno) is unique among the merfolk for she is the only mermaid born of human parents from the surface world. A mermaid from birth, she is shunned by the superstitious due to her physical form. After her father is killed by an angry, superstitious mob, Dyesebel is taken to the ocean by her mother where she is sent into exile since her chances for survival are greater there than on land. The young girl-mermaid is found by Banak who adopts her and takes her to their kingdom where she is welcomed into their community. Years later, a jealous mermaid named Dyangga makes Dyesebel's life miserable among the denizens of the sea which leads Dyesebel to try returning to the surface world. She meets a kind, handsome young man named Fredo who falls in love with her and protects her, but then she is kidnapped by Fredo's jealous former girlfriend's new boyfriend and displayed at the circus. She is subsequently rescued by Fredo and is brought back to the ocean where she is again told that although Fredo doesn't want to see Dyesebel leave, he'd rather let her go than see her hurt by evil men on the surface world. This time around, Dyesebel returns with a magic conchshell that transforms her into a full human form and returns to Fredo where they marry. (In Tagalog language).





Dyesebel

(1973)
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A Mars Ravelo classic about a young mermaid named Dyesebel (Vilma Santos) who lives in an undersea kingdom with other mermaids. They are outcasts-not wanted on Earth, believing their presence is bad luck. But when she falls in love with a human being, she vows to do everything to have two legs and become a part of her earthly love's world...even if it means risking her life. (In Tagalog language).

Because this is the only known surviving print of this film, it has several picture glitches in the first ten minutes or so, but is fine afterwards.





Dyesebel

(1991)
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Here is yet another version of the very popular Philippino mermaid character Dyesebel. This one stars the gorgeous Alice Dixson. (In Tagalog language).




Dyesebel

(1995)
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Dyesebel (Charlene B. Gonzalez), a mermaid born to a childlesss couple, is forced to leave her home and survive on her own because the barriofolks believe she carries a bad luck curse. (In Tagalog language).





Gagamboy

(2003)
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Make way for Gagamboy, a do-good crusader, defender of the poor and oppressed, protector of children and number one enemy of Ipisman! (Jay Manalo). When Junie (Vhong Navarro) accidentally swallowed a mutant spider, it turned him into the superhero of Barangay Acme with supernatural powers. Now Junie can help people like he's always dreamed of. But Junie finds out that being strong and admired can also have its downside, like having to deal with his greatest fears and losing the trust of Liana, (Aubrey Miles) the only woman he loves. (In Tagalog language).




Lastikman

(2004)
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Adian (Mark Bautista) is a regular barrio lad who loves trees. When illegal loggers threaten to raze them down, he rises to the occasion and stakes his life for them. Badly beaten and nearly left for dead, he is restored magically by a rubber tree. When he recovers, it's as if he was left unscathed by the whole ordeal. But he discovers something else. The magical rubber tree has passed on a special power that has made his body stronger and given it the elasticity and flexibility of rubber. Thus Lastikman is born. With his newfound powers, Lastikman finds himself beset with the task of confronting more formidable nemeses who are wreaking havoc everywhere: Taong Aso, a werewolf preying on his barrio folks and Lastika, a woman who possesses the same powers as he. (In Tagalog language).




Lastikman

(2003)
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Mars Ravelo's elastic comic superhero stretches his limbs to the silver screen. This timely tale with environmental undertones unravels when a meteor strikes a rubber tree, giving the young Hilario (Oyo Boy Sotto) the powers of elasticity that renders him, among other things, immune to bullets. Hilario grows up to be Professor Larry (Vic Sotto), a physics teacher. When fate and duty calls, he transforms into Lastikman who protects people from injustice and oppression. Things become perplexing when Lastikman gets involved in a clash between two of his students. His nerdy student, Jepoy (Jeffrey Quizon) who used to idolize him, turns into a villain called Evil Stryker. To make matters worse, news spreads that Lastikman beat up Jepoy and killed Ryan (Ryan Eigenman). Now disheartened, Lastikman contemplates whether or not he'll remain a superhero or just an ordinary and simple man. (In Tagalog language).




Super Wan Tu Tri

(1986)
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aka: 3 Philippino Supermen
Super Wan Tu Tri is a trio of superheroes (Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon) who are Balut vendors (balut being a Philippine delicacy, which consists of duck egg embryo). However, they can only become Super Wan Tu Tri from 12 noon until 12 midnight. (In Tagalog language).





Super-B

(2002)
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Bi (Rufa Mae Quinto) is an ordinary girl wanting to make a difference. Everyday, Bi goes about her usual routine of selling food at the central business center. One day, she sees Edgar (Troy Montero), a handsome reporter and almost instantaneously falls in love with him. But Edgar does not even know that Bi exists! Meanwhile, Lord (Marvin Agustin), Bi's long time suitor, gave Bi a mysterious ring, which, if worn by the right person can yield special powers. Unknown to Bi, this has been the opportunity she has been waiting for. She soon becomes Super B, a super hero who helps the distressed. As Super B, she encounters the very popular pop icons Daisy and Rose of the Flower Pot Girls, who are actually aliens out to get all the flowers on the planet so they can rule the world. Will Super B be able to save the world from the evil Flower Pot Girls? (In Tagalog language).





Volta

(2004)
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Perla (Ai-Ai Dels Alas) was pre-chosen to be a saviour when she was still young. She was struck by lightning, which gave her the ability to conjure electricity. During the third strike, she became Volta. Her mission, to stop the evil Celphora from controlling people through cellphones. Very amusing. (In Tagalog language, with English subtitles).


Wapakman

(2009)
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aka: Wam Bam Pac's The Man
Leo Martinez Magno (Manny Pacquiao) is an ordinary man whose world revolves around his five kids while his wife, Magda (Rufa Mae Quinto), works as a nurse in Italy. One night a car crashes into Magno's truck and a big explosion takes place. Miraculously, Magno survives. The blowup is caused by Walo-walo, an organic substance which stores energy that is almost as powerful as nuclear energy. Soon, he wakes up and feels like a new man -- lighter, faster, stronger. Interestingly, his newfound powers start helping him become a better dad. His wish of being faster, smarter and stronger for his family is coming true. He assumes the identity of their favorite superhero: WAPAKMAN! Also stars Bianca King. (In Tagalog language).

Manny Pacquiao is an eight-division world boxing champion.





Zuma

(1985)
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Film version of one of the oldest and most popular comic books in the Philippines. It stars Zuma (Max Laurel), a creature donning a snake over his shoulder which perfectly accentuates his monster-like features. With people being killed by Zuma, the military intervenes and tries to save the day. But with Zuma's strength and immunity from bullets, the military ends up in one big fight. (In Tagalog language, with English subtitles).




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