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It's Not Super Sentai, It's Blue Bustamante


Growing up in the 1980's to the late 90's, Filipino kids were exposed to the Super Sentai series such as Bioman, Maskman, and Jetman, to name a few. These might be the inspiration of Miko Livelo and Joel Ferrer to create BLUE BUSTAMANTE.

The film is set in the 1990's and tell the story of George Bustamante, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in Japan to support his son and loving wife. After losing his job short after, he tries to find a new one and with the help of Roger Grace, he ends up as a suit actor for Blue Force, one of the characters in a new sentai show.

Blue Bustamante stars Joem Bascon as George Bustamante, with Dimples Romana and Jhiz Deocareza as his wife and son, Juniper and Kiko, and Jun Sabayton as Roger Grace. It is co-produced through Miko Livelo’s Super Combo Punch Kick productions as part of Cinema One Originals.

Check out the awesome trailers below:


Check out some behind the scenes from the film's official Facebook page. Want to help the project? join the film's Artist Connect.

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12 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    It is "panget" indeed. hehehe


  2. Anonymous Says:

    mahalakatakakakakaa corazón malahahtakakta arroyo mahalagatakatabohaymangakalaka cabayo mahagaklakantakanatata random english.
    there i spoke filipino.


  3. Anonymous Says:

    Dear god, not another Toku rip-off from the Philippines...


  4. Anonymous Says:

    @anon 9:10 - what you wrote is not filipino. I didn't understand any of it


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Anon 2: Damn that's freaking racist. I'm not from Philippines and I feel offended. That is just cheap. Do the world a favor and go screw yourself. =.=


  6. Anonymous Says:

    @anon 1:33 - well it's not really a toku show but a comedy/parody show about being a toku suit actor. Ergo, you can't call it a ripoff.

    That's just my view based on the trailer by the way.


  7. Anonymous Says:

    guys, it's a low budget film. can't blame them for the quality though. But I still praise them for trying to make one.and I heard the story's good. by the way... what does "panget" mean?


  8. Anonymous Says:

    not bad. story seems good. heard from a source it's low budget. can't blame them for the quality in that case. I'd like to see the film. By the way, what does "panget" mean?


  9. Anonymous Says:

    It's not a toku rip-off. If you read the article it tells about the guy who will be a suit actor. I'm pretty sure the toku scenes (if there will be) will be just for comic relief


  10. ikki Says:

    Will watch this definitely. So much better than Zaido after watching the trailer telling a life of a filipino dude who works as a suit actor for a toku show :). and NO I'ts not a rip-off since its not a series.


  11. Anonymous Says:

    it's an indie movie (i think). Panget means ugly, btw.


  12. Anonymous Says:

    If it's an indie movie, looks good enough. even with low budget, they were still able to make the sets and costumes. Wish they have subtitles.


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