Jennylyn Mercado goes extra daring in her MMFF 2010 movie "Rosario"

Portraying a role of a liberated Filipina from New York, Jennylyn
Mercado for sure will have lots of daring scenes in her upcoming movie
"Rosario", which is an official entry in the 2010 Metro Manila Film
Festival (MMFF).

But definitely, those daring scenes do not make up the whole of "Rosario".

Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo

Set in the 1920's, "Rosario" stars Jennylyn Mercado in her most
challenging role ever.

Based on the movie trailer alone, I can already say that Jennylyn has an award-worthy portrayal in "Rosario".

Sorry to Ms. Ai-Ai delas Alas (Ang Tanging Ina Mo: Last Na 'To) who is
begging MMFF committee to let her win the Best Actress award this year, but Jennylyn is going to be the strongest contender for the
award. (That is if politics won't play a major role in the selection.)

I have watched already the trailers of all 8 official entries and I was impressed with "Rosario". It's like a Hollywood movie.

This may not be on top of the box-office, but it might win many awards along with Star Cinema's RPG Metanoia.

But of course, I'm just basing it on the trailers and my opinion might change as soon as MMFF 2010 officially begins December 25 and got to watch, hopefully all 8 entries.


Produced by Cinemabuhay International and Manny Pangilinan's Studio 5, "Rosario" also stars Dennis Trillo, Yul Servo, Sid Lucero, Eula Valdez, Ricky Davao, Isabel Oli, Empress, Jerould Aceron with the special participation of Phillip Salvador and Dolphy.

It's under the direction of Albert Martinez.

Movie poster:

Rosario movie poster

Watch official trailer:

Video uploaded on Youtube by mylaajero

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

1 Comment(s):

  1. Congratulations to ROSARIO! It is a very good movie; I wonder why it did not get the Best Picture Award. The cinematography is great; the casting is excellent, the acting is mesmerizing, the music brings one to a greater somewhere. All in all, ROSARIO is and should have been the Best Picture. Congratulations Mr. Martinez! Congratulations to the entire cast! You surely did a great piece of art!