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Filipinos: Ang Laban ni Urduja
Posted 5/30/08

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hany_lyn wrote:

good.. there starting to copy japan.. but thats great!!


Are u xur. FYI gal, some japanese anime cartoonists came from the Philippines... too bad they were not recognized.


yup! ur right!
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i dont like it.. thats all...
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this is quite interesting...right??? first ever filipino animated movie...


hoping this will be fun...
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Posted 5/30/08

SaveTheWorld wrote:


hany_lyn wrote:

good.. there starting to copy japan.. but thats great!!


double post.

I don't see the logic of how this has anything to do with Japan...but that's great!:excl:


By the way it's "they're"


appreciated!!
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Posted 5/30/08

mylove143 wrote:


datatype wrote:


hany_lyn wrote:

good.. there starting to copy japan.. but thats great!!


Are u xur. FYI gal, some japanese anime cartoonists came from the Philippines... too bad they were not recognized.


yup! ur right!



Why some people are being too negative about this?Can't we be more positive?and support it?
Because just like what's happening into some Filipino telenovelas in foreign countries, some people may like it too...

Besides! mylove143'sgrammar is wrong!yuck! "THERE" should be "THEY'RE"!
how dare you made such mistake!?
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Posted 5/30/08

creativehappypiG wrote:


mylove143 wrote:


datatype wrote:


hany_lyn wrote:

good.. there starting to copy japan.. but thats great!!


Are u xur. FYI gal, some japanese anime cartoonists came from the Philippines... too bad they were not recognized.


yup! ur right!



Why some people are being too negative about this?Can't we be more positive?and support it?
Because just like what's happening into some Filipino telenovelas in foreign countries, some people may like it too...

Besides! mylove143'sgrammar is wrong!yuck! "THERE" should be "THEY'RE"!
how dare you made such mistake!?


Besides! mylove143'sgrammar is wrong!yuck! "THERE" should be "THEY'RE"!
how dare you made such mistake!?

It's hany_lyn pala, sorry!
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Posted 5/30/08
i've seen the advertise in a cinema a months ago... it was said it will be showing late summer.. i was too excited when i saw it but when the character speaks tagalog i was shock... i mean i can't believe it they make a cartoon movie.... i wanna watch it coz the story about a heroine princess!!!
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Posted 5/30/08

Alter-Divide wrote:

Is it just me or does that movie use less image for motion than usual? I saw a preview on tv and I keep getting a feeling that the movements aren't smooth. Also, Why does it look like Pocahontas?
The art is outdated for this year's style. I don't like watching anime below 2000(I'm picky on graphics) but maybe I'll watch grave of the fireflies or Dragon ball instead of this.


Yeah she looks like Pocahontas. that's what i dont like about it.

I dont mind the graphics (w/c reminds me of Lion King, that's why) Think I'll watch it.

Here's the teaser:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRFIFMWCRVs
Comparison:
- Pocahontas
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Posted 5/30/08 , edited 5/30/08

datatype wrote:


hany_lyn wrote:

good.. there starting to copy japan.. but thats great!!


Are u xur. FYI gal, some japanese anime cartoonists came from the Philippines... too bad they were not recognized.


yah it's true (i heard about that too) and also in a hollywood some of there cartoonists was a pinoy like "the CARS"
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Posted 5/30/08

Sakuke wrote:

Did you hear about the first ever Filipino animated movie "Ang Laban ni Urduja" made by Philippines!? I saw it in Rated K and the news. I was really shocked to see that it was... okay... You know, the movements were okay, and the drawings. It's like other animated films. It took them.. 2 and a half years..!?

I would have liked it if it weren't for the 'baduy' (corny) tagalog used.. Sorry, it's just that when some Filipino movies use deep Tagalog, I think it's corny.. But it was still okay. Anyway, I'm not sure if the concept is that original.. Kinda Pocahontas-ish.. I don't know.. i'm not sure yet and i can't judge cause I haven't seen the movie itself yet.

Anyway I just wanted to know what you guys think..

Anyway, I'm kinda happy because maybe Philippines can *at least* prove to other countries that they can do this, too..

Some of the featured cast/voice actors are Regine Velasquez (Urduja), Cesar Montano, Allan K, Eddie Garcia, Johnny Delgado, Michael V, Ruby Rodriguez and many more... :P

I'd love to post a link to a video and synopsis, but vids aren't up in the Internet yet.. Too bad.. Don't worry! Next time, I get a something, I'll show ya!


Actually it's not "Pocahontas-ish", because Pocahontas did not save her tribe by herself, unlike Prinsesa Urduja, she lead her men and saved her tribe!

Anyway, thank goodness you are one of the "supporters". Are you going to watch it?
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Posted 5/30/08

SaveTheWorld wrote:

What is more "BADUY" than taglish?
I love deep filipino words, in my opinion it is anythig BUT BADUY.
Even though sometimes they're hard to comprehend, I feel like the converstation becomes more beautiful when everything is said in Filipino or pure tagalog.
When anne curtis, heart evangelista, bea alonzo and all those other english speaking wanna-be's speak english, THAT's baduy.

I saw posters of this at the mall today.
I think I'm going to wait until it comes out on TV.
Not a big fan of regine velazquez....

I suggeest you guys watch Ploning, very nice.


You're absolutely right!
Infact Filipino subject is actually more difficult than English! I always get 1.00 in English and i always get 1.75 in Filipino! See the difference!
And i also love hearing deep Tagalog words especially on songs!
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regine voiced it right?
its great though the animation looks like pochahontas...
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Posted 5/30/08 , edited 5/30/08

datatype wrote:


bayut wrote:

i don't really wanna see it...


yah, love your own dude... it's pinoys' work...


Yeah. It's about time Pinoys show to the world that our animators are behind the success of some of the Disney animated films. It's about time that we show to the world what Filipinos are made of and what can we make out of our world-renowned ingenuity and diskarte.

Mabuhay ang mga Pinoy!

And another thing, to those who say that deep (classic or formal) Tagalog is "corny," think about the setting of the story. The story happened even before Spaniards came to the Philippines. So who will believe in the truthfulness of the movie if characters would speak modern "Taglish" Tagalog . Using modern Tagalog in "Ang Laban ni Urduja" would make it the corniest thing that happened in the entertainment industry.

It's kinda strange that perhaps of all the nations in the world, Filipinos are the only ones who consider the classic and formal version of their language "corny". While other countries are doing all they can to preserve the past versions of their native tongue, we blatantly disgrace our the history of our language by considering its classic version "corny."

For me, no other language can compare to the poems and literature written in classic or formal Tagalog. It has a certain feel and nostalgia that, as a Filipino, is lacking in any other foreign language.
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Korni! Boring
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Posted 5/30/08

creativehappypiG wrote:


SaveTheWorld wrote:

What is more "BADUY" than taglish?
I love deep filipino words, in my opinion it is anythig BUT BADUY.
Even though sometimes they're hard to comprehend, I feel like the converstation becomes more beautiful when everything is said in Filipino or pure tagalog.
When anne curtis, heart evangelista, bea alonzo and all those other english speaking wanna-be's speak english, THAT's baduy.

I saw posters of this at the mall today.
I think I'm going to wait until it comes out on TV.
Not a big fan of regine velazquez....

I suggeest you guys watch Ploning, very nice.


You're absolutely right!
Infact Filipino subject is actually more difficult than English! I always get 1.00 in English and i always get 1.75 in Filipino! See the difference!
And i also love hearing deep Tagalog words especially on songs!


Correct! Tama ka dyan!

Also, do you know that linguists all over the world are very fascinated by Tagalog and other Filipino languages? One reason is because of the difficulty of our verbs. Our verb conjugation is way difficult than English and other languages.
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