Ang Cute ng Ina Mo brings together Ai-Ai delas Alas (center) with young stars (from left, clockwise) DJ Durano, Nikki Bacolod, Luis Manzano, Anne Curtis, and Vince Saldana. Included in the cast are veteran comedians John "Sweet" Lapus and Eugene Domingo. Wenn Deramas (fourth from left, standing) directed this early Mother's Day offering from Star Cinema and Viva Films. Photo: Courtesy of Star Cinema


Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo topbills the comedy queen herself, Ai-Ai delas Alas, with young dramatic stars who also have comic talents—Luis Manzano and Anne Curtis.

The concert comedy queen is back and this time, she is packed with more humor, more giggles, and more gags to tickle your funny bone. Giving ample support are Eugene Domingo and John Lapus with their signature yet new brand of comedy. Also in the cast are DJ Durano as well as newcomers Nikki Bacolod and Vince Saldana.


Ang Cute ng Ina Mo also boasts of the comeback of Direk Wenn Deramas, after working with Star Cinema last year in yet another summer hit, D Lucky Ones. While initially thinking what else can he do with the genre, he surprised himself also with this project, bringing something new to life that is destined to be one of his most memorable flicks to date.


Also starring in the film are DJ Durano, and newbies Nikki Bacolod and Vince Saldana.


The story revolves around Georgia (Ai-Ai), a housemaid, falls in love with Jack Outback, her boss, an Australian expat. The two had a wonderful affair that gets Georgia pregnant. Jack takes baby Christine (Anne) to Australia with Georgia's promise that she will soon follow him there to complete their family.


Several years later, Jack sends Christine back to the Philippines to meet her mom before she settles down. The reluctant girl initially hates her mom for abandoning her when she was a baby. The conflict intensifies and gives "kilig" moments when Christine's meets the handsome and irreverent, Val (Luis) whom she thought is her mom's young boyfriend. He helps Christine discover the good qualities of the mom she hates so much.


Ang Cute ng Ina Mo is an early Mother's Day offering from Star Cinema and Viva Films.


The movie will be shown in theaters nationwide starting April 7 (Saturday).