What does it mean: Swamp Cabbage, or Ipomoea aquatica
What is it about: A stereotypical Filipino-American woman returns to a kangkongplantation the Philippines and enters an illicit affair with a Catholic priest. Needless to say, this movie is all sorts of wrong.
What does it mean: Eggplant
What is it about: In an odd gender-reversed Cinderella story, a female artist falls in love with an eggplant farmer, who after their first bump leaves behind a large eggplant. She then has to track him down with the eggplant on hand. Okay, that’s enough phallic symbols for today.
18. Patikim ng Pinya
What does it mean: May I Taste Your Pineapple?
What is it about: A fruit vendor uses her seductive charms to lure men, but experiences the pain of falling in love when she meets a stranger. Because the title was deemed “too vulgar” for film censors, it uses the alternative title “Patikim” (Taste) in its posters. That did not prevent people who have and haven’t seen to remember it by its original title though.
19. Diligin ng Suka ang Uhaw na Lumpia
What does it mean: Soak with Vinegar Your Thirsty Spring Roll
What is it about: Who cares? The title is just too epic.
Source : buzzfeed