The MMFF snubbed the star-studded flick, just like Vice Ganda and Coco Martin's "The Super Parental Guardians" and Regal Films' "Mano Po 7: Chinoy" starring Richard Yap, Jean Garcia, Jake Cuenca, Enchong Dee and Jessy Mendiola.Sotto, a regular in the festival circuit, said he has mixed feelings over the MMFF's decision to prioritize independent movies over mainstream productions.He also happens to be idolized within the LGBTQ community, standing as a pillar, from which many of the members of the community draw their confidence from.But prior to his deep involvement with the music scene in the Philippines, Aiza started out acting for both television and film.The bus dropped us off in the middle of nowhere where we were surrounded by 3 tricycle drivers. We asked the drivers for direction, but nobody wanted to help us out. We stopped and decided to take a ride to the “city center.” The driver didn’t listen. At last we found a room for PHP800/ for two with no hot water, no Internet, no air conditioning, but well… There was no way we could go swimming or even stay on the beach. So if you are planning to go there in early February, check out the weather forecast! We spoke to some staff members and asked for the discount (as there were no people around), but there was no way to put the prices down. And while we’re at it, we have a special, dedicated etramping page over at Agoda for booking hotels and hostels. Just follow the link, and enter the code AGODAETR10 (you need to enter this code before payment, case-sensitive).
As a child actress, he would often portray the daughter of Vic Sotto in many of their roles in both TV and film.
She is watched daily in the hit morning series "Be Careful With My Heart" on ABS-CBN, and she has two film entries in the upcoming Metro Manila Film Festival in December.
"I’m in the cast of the film version of 'Be Careful With My Heart' and I’m in 'My Little Bossings,' starring Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Ryzza Mae Dizon, and Bimby Aquino Yap," the singer-actress said with pride.
Kung sama ng loob, hindi para sa akin kundi para sa mga bata," he said.
The comedian added: "With all due respect sa mga kasamahan natin sa pelikula, for the first time in so many years, panahon pa nila FPJ (Fernando Poe Jr.), nila Dolphy, hindi nawawalan ng pambata basta pinag-usapan ay Metro Manila Film Festival." He also spoke about the quality of his film and assured everyone that they exerted all efforts to make the movie a worthwhile trip to the cinemas. We make sure it for the whole family, we make sure that photography ay kaaya aya, maayos ang acting, kailangan malinis at pulido ang gawa." Sotto said it's nothing personal but he's just saddened that those children who are looking forward to watching comedy movies during Christmas Day will be disappointed this year. Nirerespeto ko ang panlasa ng naging screening committee.