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Logro, Ronnie Rickets as fighting chefs

Chef Boy Logro whips up a different kind of recipe as he dishes out his comic style and talent in Viva Films’ newest offering, The Fighting Chefs, starring action star and Optical Media Board (OMB) chief Ronnie Ricketts. Ronnie himself wrote the story/screenplay and directed the action-comedy now in theaters nationwide. In the movie, Ronnie is the Master Chef, owner of a restaurant in Elite Square with scrumptious and miraculous recipes.
Ronnie Ricketts with Chef Boy Logro
One of their specialties is the herbal soup that helps Don Manalo recover from his illness. Don Manalo is the legal owner of the land where the Elite Square stands. He suffers from a terminal disease but the herbal soup he takes helps him heal his ailment step by step. Together with Master Chef are Sexy Chef, Chef Magician, Chef Comedian, Dancing Chef and Chef Gigollo. They are united in taking care of their own themed-restaurants and the entire Elite Square’s success. Conflict, however, arises when Chef Gigollo accepts the offer of Roy, brother of Don Manolo, in winning the Elite Square over their perpetrators. After series of bouts and fights with the villains, the chefs of Elite Square decide to prepare for battle as they undergo intensive training to defend themselves from serious harm. After strings of life-threatening injuries, will the chefs decide to just give up Elite Square or will| they continue to fight for it? Joining Ronnie and Chef Boy in The Fighting Chefs are Hero Angeles, Vandolph, Jeffrey Santos, Joross Gamboa, Jon Hall, Arci Munoz, Onyok Velasco and more with the special participation of Mark Gil, Roi Vinzon and Roldan Aquino. Introducing in The Fighting Chefs is Marella Ricketts, Ronnie’s daughter by formersinger-actress Mariz.
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