Nalungkot ako kasi hirap na talaga magsalita si idol Maricel. Dati walang-wala ang machine gun sa rat-tat-tat delivery niya. (To be fair, napakahusay pa rin niya umarte.) #faney
Pero jusko naman pati mambabarang bitter na bitter sa lovelife at puro hugot. Mas marami akong tawa kesa takot.
Definitely a mixed bag but the good ones greatly outweighed the stinkers. The weaker stories were saved by strong performances from Maja Salvador, Angelica Panganiban, and Kim Chiu while the interesting segments were further enhanced by the excellent turns of Bea Alonzo, Zanjoe Marudo, Xyriel Manabat, and Pokwang.
The Bea-Zanjoe segment was just so good it could have worked as an entire movie. I’d recommend this just for that wonderful bit alone.
(Originally published December 5, 2012.)
I couldn’t believe the lines in this movie. The screenplay was just horrible. I cringed every time one of the leads said something supposedly mind-blowing about love. It was even worse whenever Xian Lim delivered those lines.
The audience lapped up the lame jokes and gags in the same way that they enjoyed watching Moron 5 and the Crying Lady. I was left clueless.
Not even the competent performances of Jessy Mendiola and Matt Evans could save this one from the crapper.
As a big Eraserheads fan, I was completely offended.
(Originally published September 3, 2012.)