Queen of All Media Kris Aquino (age 47) recently watched the movie “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles” with her sons Bimby and Josh and some friends, and described the movie as a visual feast and said the action scenes were “superb”.
On her Instagram post, Kris commended the script of her friend Joel Mercado, for its cohesiveness and for providing highlights for all.
Kris Aquino said that in “Jack Em Popoy”, Coco Martin not only proved that he’s the primetime king but the country’s action king as well.
As for Maine Mendoza, Kris gushed about her beautiful skin. She also described her as captivating and as refreshing as Tiffany Haddish in her appearance on the Ellen show. Kris added that Maine is as spontaneous as rapper-composer Cardi B, “in a wholesome way”.
Kris Aquino also praised Lito Lapid for the magnificent stunts, Direk Mike Tuviera for the brilliant visuals and vibrant locations, and Vic Sotto for being comfortable in sharing the spotlight with Coco and Maine.
Further, Kris loved that family values were imparted in the movie, without it being a “hard-sell”. She also liked that most of the characters prayed.
The Queen of All Media pointed out that “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles” should also be lauded for its inclusivity, and that the LGBT community will be very happy about it.
Kris Aquino summed up her review of “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles” as a must-watch movie, especially for people who miss big action films.
Here’s Kris Aquino’s review of “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles” on her YouTube channel and on Instagram:
Kris Supports, Reviews Jack Em Popoy
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Kris Aquino @krisaquino
January 05, 2019
16 layouts for 2 endorsements, 1st 12 by @markednicdao, 2nd 4 by @cyruspanganiban. Made it to last full show of Jack Em Popoy.
My review (our upload for Mary, Marry Me by Bimb & JEP from KCAP tomorrow after lunch). I must mention the script by my friend Joel Mercado, it was cohesive & had highlights for all. Direk Mike Tuviera created a visual feast, the locations chosen were vibrant yet REAL. You need to be as secure with where you are & who you are in 🇵🇭 entertainment to be as comfortable as Vic Sotto in sharing the spotlight.
Because this movie was Coco Martin at his best. I worked w/ him in Kung Tayo’y Magkakalayo in 2009 and again in Feng Shui in 2014 but now he’s not just the primetime king he’s our action king.
Bimb was impressed with the agility & fitness of Lito Lapid (no disrespect, it’s election season & sinusubukan ko pong di magbanggit ng kanyang posisyon na tinatakbuhan). I was fascinated by the fact he was the director of all fight scenes & stunts- Olympus Has Fallen level!
@mainedcm was captivating. For me she’s as refreshing as Tiffany Haddish was in her appearance on @theellenshow the one w/ @oprah (I’ve seen it 16X on @youtube) and she’s as spontaneous as Cardi B, in a wholesome way.
Congratulations! Bimb & I had been blessed to have worked with Vic, Ryzza, Aiza, Jose, Paolo, and many more in LITTLE BOSSINGS in 2013 directed by Marlon Rivera, coproduced by KCAP with Mr. Tuviera’s APT, Boss Orly Ilacad’s OctoArts, & Vic Sotto’s MZET. This movie changed our lives for the better. For that, we have lifelong gratitude.
If you’ll ask me what movies will forever be meaningful to me they are: Pido Dida (1990), Mano Po (2002), the 2 Feng Shuis (2004 & 2014), Sukob (2006), Little Bossings (2013), and Crazy Rich Asians (2018). Went tonight because wherever I’ve been BIBOY has stayed our true friend.
Good night. Love you for reading this long post.
Among all MMFF 2018 entries, “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles” is the first one that Kris Aquino and her family watched. But she said, there shouldn’t be intrigues as to which movie they watched first, since they love everybody and will be watching more movies in the following days.
In fact, Bimby Aquino already watched the movie “Mary, Marry Me” with the stars of the movie, Toni Gonzaga and Alex Gonzaga, in a block screening sponsored by his mom prior to watching “Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles”. Kris Aquino also recently sponsored block screenings for “One Great Love” and ‘Rainbow’s Sunset“.