Top 6 Famous Hugot Lines From Filipino Movies
Hugot Lines indicates strong and emotional declarations based on real-life events from a series, movie, or individual, commonly in romantic ones. Thanks to the great and memorable impression, people usually remember them for a long time, even apply them into daily life.
Right now, this article on Corner4men.com will remind you about the top 6 famous hugot lines from Filipino movies from the 70s. Let see how many famous lines of Filipino movies you still keep in mind and which impressed you most.
MINSA'Y ISANG GAMUGAMO (1976)
Main cast: Nora Aunor (plays Cora dela Cruz) , Jay Ilagan ( plays Bonifacio Santos)
Synopsis: Cora de la Cruz is a Pinoy nurse who dreams of emigrating to the United States to have a better life. Bonifacio Santos plays the fiancé of Cora.
Two characters come from Pampanga's lower class, and the plot takes place during the U.S. military forces in the Region. More specifically about the plot, Bonifacio intends to join the United States Navy while Cora plans and ideology after an American soldier kills her brother in the Philippines. She decided to live in the Philippines to get revenge for her brother.
Situation: Cora de la Cruz is at home, wearing mourning clothes; while the officials explain that the soldier mistook her brother for a wild boar and killed him, it was only an accident.
Cora talks to American soldier:
"My brother is not a pig! Ang Kapatid ko ay tao, Hindi baboy damo!" - This is one of the best Filipino movies famous lines which make you remember clearly despite hearing it only once.
PALIMOS NG PAG-IBIG (1985)
Main casts: Edu Manzano (Rodel Alcaraz), Vilma Santos (plays Fina), Dina Bonnevie (plays Ditas)
Synopsis: Rodel Alcaraz and Fina are a wealthy married couple. However, they are childless for a long time due to Fina's failure to conceive. Rodel then falls in love with Ditas, a younger and more fertile surrogate girl, which leads to the breakup of their relationship.
Situation: Fina is now pursuing her dream of having a better life. She takes the kids of her and Rodel to the Alcarazes' house.
"Para kang karinderyang bukas sa lahat ng gustong kumain." Fina to Ditas.
This dialogue is one of the famous lines of Filipino movies that have inspired numerous screenplays over the ages.
Main casts: Christopher de Leon (plays Edward), Sharon Cuneta (plays Mariel)
Synopsis: After his wife abandons him and leaves behind three children, Edward remarried Mariel, a loving and caring lady. She always tries her best to become a kind and caring stepmother of three kids.
Situation: In the house scene, Mariel questions her husband- Edward, about her position in their family, and he chastises her for telling him what to do. This dialogue is one of the best Pinoy movie lines that makes audiences feel compassion for the protagonist.
From Mariel: "You are right, 'yan lang ang tingin mo sa akin. Taga-handa ng isusuot mo, ng kakainin mo, taga-ayos ng bahay mo, tagasalo sa mga problema mo. I was never your partner; I’m just your wife, kaya Hindi mo ako ni respeto!"
LABS KITA, OKEY KA LANG? (1998)
Main Casts: Marvin Agustin (plays Ned), Jolina Magdangal (plays Bujoy), Vanessa del Bianco (plays Mary Ann)
Synopsis: This is a romantic comedy movie about love and friend zone, a popular topic many years later. Ned and Bujoy have been best friends for years; they both follow their interests (Ned for music, Bujoy for art). However, their relationship becomes confused when Ned begins dating Mary Ann, Bujoy's childhood friend. The story ends as Bujoy realizes that she wants the relationship between her and Ned to be more than friendship.
Situation: Ned questions Bujoy why she's jealous of Mary Ann. Hearts are cracking, and tears are streaming all over the place as Jolina performs this unforgettable scene.
Bujoy (Jolina Magdangal) to Ned (Marvin Agustin):
"Oh yes, kaibigan mo ako. Kaibigan mo lang ako... And I'm so stupid to make the biggest mistake of falling in love with my best friend."
NO OTHER WOMAN (2011)
Main casts: Anne Curtis (plays Kara Zalderiaga), Cristine Reyes (plays Charmaine) và Derek Ramsay (plays Ram Escaler)
Synopsis: Adultery is always a hot topic in the movie world, No other woman is also an example of films that explore this theme. Charmaine Escaler is Ram Escaler’s wife, and Kara Zalderiaga is offered a tempting contract to furnish a high-end resort to Ram.
While Kara imagines herself as a powerful and autonomous lady capable of having an affair, Charmaine learns to struggle for her life.
Situation: Mother of Charmaine - Babygirl Dela Costa, reminds her of the wife's right role in the marriage. This hugot line is both bitter and funny, and it seems to be an issue which all wives have to deal with roaming husbands.
"Ang mundo ay isang malaking Quiapo. Maraming snatcher, maagawan ka. Lumaban ka! Panahon na para pack up mo na 'yang Lucy Torres mo, ilabas mo na diyan si Gretchen Barretto. Anak ako na ang bahala sa red stilettos mo! " ~The Mom talks to her daughter.
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ONE MORE CHANCE (2007)
Main casts: John Lloyd Cruz (plays Popoy Gonzales), Bea Alonzo (plays Basha Eugenio), Maja Salvador (plays Tricia).
Synopsis: Two actors have been one of the most favorited teams at that time, which helped the movie succeed. In detail about the plot, Popoy is an engineer, and Basha Eugenio is an architect. The couple is in a relationship for a long time, but their relationship crack when the strong personality of Popoy intercepts Basha's growth and creativity.
Situation: After their breakup, Popoy says painfully to Basha that she is flourishing in her career and is now in a new relationship with Tricia.
"She loved me at my worst. You had me at my best, but binalewala mo lang ang lahat yun... And you chose to break my heart."
Famous Hugot Lines From Filipino Movies: Conclusion
Do you remember all the famous hugot lines from Filipino movies and teleserye above? If you know any other Filipino movies famous lines, let us know in the comment box below.