By Heinrich Domingo
Once there was a budding comedienne with sheer talent paired with timely opportunity. She was an instant celebrity for the viewing crowd saw in her the revolution against boring, repetitive, and slapstick comedy. Hers was an innovative and ingenious style that promised to end the tasteless humor of the thriving sexist macho comedians before her. She debuted her plight with a movie discussing gender equality and LGBT rights. As the year goes on, she reenters the club with new sets of plot that goes worse each year. It is the story of Vice Ganda, her revolution, her rise to fandom and her eventual fall to the profit-driven movie industry.