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Hating Kapatid Movie

Updated on July 5, 2013

What You Should Know About Hating Kapatid?

Hating Kapatid or HK (not the abbreviated of Hongkong country) is a filipino movie where two of the country's biggest stars joined together: Sarah Geronimo and Judy Ann Santos.

Hating Kapatid is a tagalog words that when translate into english means "siblings who share in everything" or basically, Sibling Share. This movie was released in the mid 2010 and focused mainly on family matters with slight romantic flick.

I love how Viva thought of the combination of artists with Vice Ganda as comedian.

Anyway, here are some of the film's details:


Leading Stars:

Sarah Geronimo and Judy Ann Santos

Other Casts:

Luis Manzano

Vice Ganda

JC de Vera

Gina Pareño

Cherrie Pie Picache

Tonton Gutierrez

DJ Durano and more.

Directed by:

Wenn V. Deramas

Official Trailer of Hating Kapatid - Here's a movie sneak peak

If you want to see if this is worth watching, then here is the official trailer of the movie. Have a glimpse on how good this film is. It's a feel good movie. Enjoy and have fun!

I love this because this is the actual trailer of this movie. This is the second time that Sarah Geronimo did family theme movie.

Gross income of this movie in the Philippines: 82 Million

My Observation I Had After Watching Hating Kapatid

Listen to my opinion

The following are the things I noticed after watching Hating Kapatid.

Judy Ann Santos is no doubt the Young Superstar of the Philippines. She's really good in drama as I was moved by the scenes she had with Cherrie Pie Picache and Sarah Geronimo. She's like Sarah when it comes to versatility in acting: can be exposed to drama, comedy, love story or whatever you can think of.

I don't know why Vice Ganda is still introducing in this movie. I heard that he had been introduced two times before. Anyway, he made this film as one of the funniest and entertaining movies in 2010. He is really funny and his punchlines are not boring. As a matter of fact, his movies from Petrang Kabayo, Praybeyt Benjamin, This Guy's In Love With You Mare and the recent one Sisterakas were all blockbuster hits. Vice Ganda, in my opinion, was born to be a comedian.

As for Sarah Geronimo, I don't want to be a bias here (since, you obviously know I'm a fan) so I will only tell what I see from all her movies. Sarah can easily adapt to the people she worked with. Meaning, she can be a comedian, knows how to handle drama scenes and be charming and lovable in romantic films.

Moral of the Story

Never think that you give more esp. when you had issues with family members because in the end, you and them are the one who will help each other. It's for the family that's why you can do every good thing for them.

Official Theme Song of the Movie - Sung by Sarah Geronimo

You will see here the music video with movie clips included. It's the theme song of the movie. I know you already know and heard this but Sarah's version is unique and lively. Enjoy!

I love how Sarah sung this movie. It is alive, catchy and energetic. Enjoy!

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Do you enjoy watching this movie? It's not a typical movie that Sarah Geronimo does. She's known for doing romantic film movies. If you have something to say, then feel free to leave your comments.

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      Jethro 4 years ago from Philippines

      @TransplantedSoul: I think many of Filipino movies have english subtitle. Just buy original dvd and you are sure that it has one. Thanks for the comment. :)

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      TransplantedSoul 4 years ago

      A nice profile of this movie. Do many Filipino movies have subtitles? - it would be hard to watch for other people without them.