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It Takes A Man And A Woman: Top 20 Highest Grossing Pinoy Films of All Time

The movie “It Takes A Man And A Woman” officially surpassed the highest grossing Filipino Film previously held by Sisterakas, as the movie now conquered the Top spot in the all time list released by independent box-office tracker Box Office Mojo.

The third and final installment of the Sarah G. and John Lloyd movie as they played the role of Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro made an astonishing performance in box office income in the Philippine movie industry.

Here’s the latest updates of the All Time Top 20 Highest Grossing Filipino Films:

  1. It Takes a Man and a Woman (2013, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – Php 401 million
  2. Sisterakas (2012, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – P391.40 million
  3. The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin (2011, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – Php 329.46 million
  4. No Other Woman (2011, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – Php 278.39 million
  5. The Mistress (2012, Star Cinema) – Php 262.82 million
  6. This Guy’s in Love with U Mare! (2012, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – Php 249.09 million
  7. You Changed My Life (2009, Viva Films) -Php 225.21 million
  8. A Very Special Love (2008, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – Php 179.24 million
  9. ÜnOfficially Yours (2012, Star Cinema) – Php 157.25 million
  10. One More Chance (2007, Star Cinema) – Php 152.78 million
  11. My Amnesia Girl (2010, Star Cinema) – Php 144.82 million
  12. Miss You Like Crazy (2010, Star Cinema) – Php 142.97 million
  13. A Love Story (2007, Star Cinema) – Php 139.63 million
  14. Caregiver (2008, Star Cinema) – Php 139.53 million
  15. In My Life (2009, Star Cinema) – Php 135.74 million
  16. For the First Time (2008, Star Cinema) – Php 134.70 million
  17. Si Agimat, Si Enteng at Ako (2012, GMA Films and APT Entertainment) – Php 135.50 million
  18. Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme (2012, Star Cinema and Spring Films) – Php 133.96 million
  19. Catch Me, I’m in Love (2011, Star Cinema and Viva Films) – Php 120.21 million

It Takes A Man And A Woman

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About the author: Ed Sarraga is a former tuba-gatherer from the Visayas Region. Previously worked as an OFW in Saudi Arabia from 2005-2010. He wanted to prove that Blogging is not only for computer geeks but also for ordinary individual without formal education in journalism and any computer-related course.

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  • JayAr July 6, 2013, 11:03 am

    Galing talaga ng STAR CINEMA!! Keep it up!

  • jeremy navalta November 18, 2013, 9:47 pm

    hindi po credible ang tally nyo horror Movie “Sukob” from star cinema grossed more than 200 million and as a matter of fact it is the first local movie to surpass the 200Million Mark. dapat isama nyo rin yan sa tally

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