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Synonyms for burlesque

Synonyms for burlesque

a false, derisive, or impudent imitation of something

to copy (the manner or expression of another), especially in an exaggerated or mocking way

Synonyms for burlesque

a theatrical entertainment of broad and earthy humor

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a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way

make a parody of

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other words, "Burlesk" reflexively articulates Miller's
Castillo whose works include 'Asedillo', 'Ang Pinakamagandang Hayop sa Balat ng Lupa' and 'Burlesk Queen'.
Inept on every level, Mel Chionglo's "Burlesk King" is a disappointing follow-up to his much more charming "Macho Dancers" and "Midnight Dancers." Using the same format, but with no taste or restraint, new meller mixes sexually titillating scenes with heavy doses of sentimental drama in telling the story of a young Filipino who arrives in Manila to look for his American soldier father and avenge his mother's death.
The last time Gil won was 41 years ago, for best supporting actress, for her work in 'Burlesk Queen,' at the 1977 Metro Manila Film Festival.
Alvarez, who has seemingly taken up the role of protector of Philippine "integrity" (he also spoke out against the naming of a Nabisco chocolate cookie as "Filipinos"), questioned the MTRCB's approval of sexually oriented pics with suggestive titles such as "Warat" ("Torn," suggesting overused female genitals), "Talong" ("Eggplant," as phallic symbol), "Unfaithful Wife 2," "Burlesk Queen Ngayon (Now)" and "Sutla," which are said to have broken new ground in terms of nudity and blatantly sexual themes.
The iconic '90s bombshell was known for her roles in sexy movies, including Sabado Nights (1996), Burlesk Queen Ngayon (1999), Madame X (2000), Shame (2000), and Tuhog (2001), which made her a box office star.
He also won the best actor award at the 1977 Metro Manila Film Festival for his performance in the Celso Ad Castillo classic, 'Burlesk Queen.'
He won a best actor award at the 1977 Metro Manila Film Festival, for his role in Vilma Santos' provocative film 'Burlesk Queen', directed by Celso Ad Castillo.
(Castillo's 'Burlesk Queen' emerged triumphant in that hotly contested and controversial festival.)
After all, Santos has won best actress in the MMFF at least four times: 'Burlesk Queen' (1977), 'Karma' (1981), 'Imortal' (1989) and 'Mano Po III: My Love' (2004).
Rita Avila: I wore makeup and heels to look older just to be able to watch 'Burlesk Queen.' When I saw her on her 'Vilma' show, I froze.
In our view, she also did well in Romy Suzarra's Ang Konduktora, Ishmael Bernal's Inspiration, Chat Gallardo's King Khayam and I, Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon, Burlesk Queen, Pagputi ng Uwak, Pag-itim ng Tagak, Ikaw ay Akin, Rubia Servios, Langis at Tubig, Relasyon, T-Bird at Ako, Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan?, Haplos, Paano Ba ang Mangarap?, Broken Marriage, Minsan Pa Natin Hagkan ang Nakaraan, Sister Stella L., Alyas Baby Tsina, Palimos ng Pag-ibig, Tagos ng Dugo, Saan Nagtatago ang Pag-ibig?, Pahiram ng Isang Umaga, Ibulong Mo sa Diyos, Imortal, Hahamakin Lahat, Ipagpatawad Mo, Sinungaling Mong Puso, The Dolzura Cortez Story, Bata, Bata, Paano Ka Ginawa?, Anak, Dekada '70, In My Life and Ekstra.