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My Little Bossings (also known as Torky and My Little Bossings) is a 2013 Filipino comedy film directed by Marlon Rivera, starring Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Ryzza Mae Dizon, and James “Bimby” Aquino-Yap. The film is one of the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival entries that has been recently released in theaters nationwide last December 25, 2013 by OctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions, APT Entertainment, and Kris Aquino Productions.
The film also marks Aquino-Yap’s theatrical debut.
In spite of negative reviews from critics, owing to its extensive use of product placement, Sotto has hinted at a possible sequel to the film in an interview.
Torky (Vic Sotto) is a bookkeeper working for Baba (Kris Aquino) a millionaire cash management specialist. Because of some conflict in her business that puts her life in danger, Baba entrusts the safety of her son Justin (Bimby Aquino-Yap) to Torky who takes him home to meet his daughter Ice (Aiza Seguerra) and Ching (Ryzza Mae Dizon) the street urchin that the latter took under her wing. Given that Justin is not particularly fond of Torky, how all four of them would get along under one roof becomes the focus of the story.
- Vic Sotto as Torky Villanueva
- Kris Aquino as Baba Atienza
- Ryzza Mae Dizon as Ching
- James “Bimby” Aquino-Yap as Justin/Tintoy
- Jaclyn Jose as Marga Atienza
- Aiza Seguerra as Ice
- Jose Manalo as Parak
- Paolo Ballesteros as Alat
- Barbie Forteza as Rosy
- Ginger as Bimby’s Yaya
- Neil Coleta
- Neil Ryan Sese as Jumbo
- Erika Padilla as Leni
- Nico Antonio as Bodgie
- Roi Vinzon as Andy
- Anjo Yllana
- Tado Jimenez
- Jinky Oda
- Jimmy Santos
- Joey de Leon as Agent Bryant (NBA)
- Oyo Sotto as Agent Kobe (NBA)
- Kristine Hermosa
- Ruby Rodriguez as Janet Napulis
- Jasper Visaya
My Little Bossings was released to generally negative reception, despite opening at first place in the box office.
Most of the criticism was directed at the film’s plot, citing lack of production value, and its extensive and blatant use of product placement. The most negative reviews came from Rappler andClickTheCity.com, each giving the film one out of five stars. Joseph Garcia of BusinessWorld branded the film as “one long commercial”, joking that the film is something to watch “if you’re looking to complete your grocery list and need a hint on what to buy.” Philbert Ortiz Dy of Click the City called the film “an insult”, criticizing the film’s editing and also stating that it was “banking entirely on the presence of a couple of recognizable names“. A similarly critical review was made by Zig Marasigan of Rappler, also noting the intrusive use of product endorsements as “some of the most distasteful examples of local product placement while no effort is made to weave them into the narrative.” Television host Lourd de Veyra also stated his disappointment for the film in an open letter, saying that the film felt like it was “made in just three days”, and that “they never paid 220 pesos to watch the film for the actors to hawk pancit canton, bread, laundry detergent, cough syrup” and several other products endorsed by Kris Aquino and Vic Sotto.
A more positive review by Myra Grace Calulo of Philippine Entertainment Portal, however, said that the film is “a family flick that sprinkled with gags and a lot of heart”, although she also noted the lack of character development and the story being “too drawn out at times”.
The film grossed P50.5 million on opening day, setting the highest record ever attained by a Filipino movie of all time. (as of Dec. 25,2013)
The film has grossed some P350.9 million by January 4,2014, setting the highest box office record gross ever attained by a Filipino movie of all time. (as of Jan. 4, 2014)