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Manny R. Buising

Writing

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About Manny R.

Manny R. is most well known for writing, and has 6 known credits, of which 6 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Manny R.’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Manny R.’s movies you should definitely watch Pakners (2003), as with 7.0 it is the highest rated movie Manny has worked on!

  1. Pakners (2003)
  2. Hindi pa Tapos ang Laban (1994)
  3. Kamandag Ko Ang Papatay Sa Iyo (1997)
  4. Ang Probinsyano (1997)
  5. Ikaw ang Mahal Ko (1996)

1. Pakners (2003 Movie)

The best rated movie Manny R. has been a part of is the action, comedy movie Pakners, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 7.7 on IMDb.

2. Hindi pa Tapos ang Laban (1994)

Hindi pa Tapos ang Laban has a rating on 2.7 on IMDb . Manny R. worked on this action movie as writing.

3. Kamandag Ko Ang Papatay Sa Iyo (1997)

In Kamandag Ko Ang Papatay Sa Iyo Manny R. was worked as screenplay, story.

4. Ang Probinsyano (1997)

This action movie has a rating on 3.9 on IMDb. In Ang Probinsyano Manny R. had the role of writing.

5. Ikaw ang Mahal Ko (1996)

Manny R. was a part of the movie Ikaw ang Mahal Ko as writing.

Frequently asked questions

What is Manny most known for?

Manny R. is most known for writing. Manny has worked on 6 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Manny R.’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Pakners, which has a score of 7.0.

Manny’s Filmography

Executive producer. Two men from different backgrounds team up to win a billiards challenge in this underdog sports drama from the Philippines. Pakners stars real-life pool legend Efren "Bata" Reyes as a man who's just been conned out of his savings when he meets up with a Jeepney driver (Fernando Poe Jr.) who has a plan for how the two of them can find riches: billiards. Reyes' character proves a natural at the sport, and the two work their way to the national championships, where it's a do-or-die faceoff with some of the country's best players.

Executive producer. Fernando Poe Jr. stars as Carding Villamar, a city professional who returns to their hometown of Evangelista after learning of his brother's untimely demise. As a series of events unfold, he soon discovers that his brother didn't succumb to a heart attack as he was made to believe. He was shot in cold blood for refusing to sell his land to a powerful congressman. With a town muted and crippled by fear, the congressman's henchmen move unhampered to silence Carding and his brother's orphaned family as well. Big mistake. Armed with only a crusty riffle and a whole ton of rage. Carding sets out to right the wrong and exact vengeance for the murder of his brother. That is, if he survives the hot pursuits of bounty hunters, the militia and the police who are all in the congressman's payroll.

Executive producer. A police officer is killed in a drug bust operation. His superior brings the officer's twin brother to assume his identity so that the drug syndicates and the corrupt policemen responsible are arrested.

Executive producer. Pilo, a mild-mannered bodyguard meets Miling, an old-fashioned girl who stows away when she learns that her aunt has betrothed her to the richest man in town. They quickly become enemies, but when they are meant to stay together, it doesn't really matter if their first meeting was disastrous.

Executive producer. Jaime de Guzman, a military neurosurgeon, survives a massacre that killed his wife and daughter. He hunts down all perpetrators and is able to kill them except the boss. From returning to a normal life and to the death of a girl after performing a brain operation to her, he hides his guilt to his new life.

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