Hating Kapatid the movie was great as we expected it to be. From the combination of the characters, punch lines thrown here and there and the award winning drama attained while also achieving scenes that brought the audience non-stop laughter, the movie will surely fit any age, state, or being.
The movie is best for its humor freshly done and thrown out well with timing with scenes to expect such as Beauty’s (Vice Ganda) tactics on how to snag a guy on a 1st meeting, how the two sisters Rica’s superiority and possessiveness as the older sister was turned comedy, even Cecilia’s persistence to get a job and finding not only a job but her love interest! Edsel(Luis) has a lot to offer in this film and his acts and appearances will surely bring laughter every time he opens his mouth or makes a move.
Additional Highlights would be the arrival of the two girls’ parents, see how this situation will shake the two and the whole family in their journey into finding understanding, true love and a united family.
The movie touches on a serious issue to look into, which is the occurrence that children are being left behind by parents who go abroad to work and aim to give their children a better life. This movie tries to show a different point of view from the children’s side. How they are left with limited love and care, the pressure that the eldest endures trying to look after their younger siblings. The comedy isn’t just a matter of laughter but also a matter of love and the true meaning of family.
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In this comedy, Judy Ann stars as Maria Rica and Sarah is Maria Cecilia, daughters of public school teachers turned OFW. Left in the care of their Lola Gerty (Gina Pareño), Rica and Cecilia grow up in Bocaue, Bulacan, where they help look after the family’s firecracker business. The two girls are inseparable. Rica takes her role as the big sister seriously, to the point of breaking up with her boyfriend, Bong (JC DeVera), and vowing to devote her life taking care of Cecil when the latter is hurt in a minor accident.
Ten years come to pass and their parents return home. The family moves to Manila. Rica, though an Accounting Major graduate, chooses to sell jewelry instead of getting a professional job. Cecil, on the other hand, works as a sales clerk in a video store and a promodizer of magic sing. She meets Edsel (Luis Manzano), an insurance sales agent. Rica, sensing that the two are attracted to each other tries hard to keep them apart. Cecil, wanting to make Rica happy, tracks down Bong, but the result is the exact opposite. Rica feels betrayed, especially when she learns that her baby sister is already in a relationship. She ups and leaves. Now it’s Cecil who has to find a way to fix this.
The movie is directed by Wenn V. Deramas and is written by Mel Mendoza-Del Rosario, the same team behind the record-breaking Tanging Ina series.
I LOVE YOU, GOODBYE All her life, Lizelle Jimenez (Angelica Panganiban) has always searched for love. When she met Dr. Adrian Benitez (Gabby Concepcion), she was showered with love and affection more than she could ever ask for. But as they live together, Lizelle finds it difficult to fit in Adrian's world because of her humble beginnings. Ysa (Kim Chiu), Adrian's teenage daughter, also despises her and makes her feel so unwanted. As Lizelle tries her best to belong in Adrian's world, she meets Gary Angeles (Derek Ramsay), the seductive photographer whom Ysa has been dating. Lizelle finds in Gary a love so passionate that as they give in to an affair, she is caught in a tangleof secrets, truths and lies that she has to confront. In the end, Lizelle has to choose between the two men she loves the most and eventually face the consequences of her choice. IN MY LIFE Shirley (Vilma Santos) is a woman who wants to be in control of everything. Working as a librarian in a public school, a firm "Sshhh!" from her makes the students tremble in fear. But in her family, her unwarranted intervention in the lives of her children keeps her emotionally detached from them. Realizing that she has lost the command she once had, she goes to New York to reunite with her estranged gay son Mark (Luis Manzano). What Shirley doesn't know is that living with him in New York comes with a cost. She has to bear with her son's lover Noel (John Lloyd Cruz) who is an illegal immigrant. Whenever Mark is not around, Noel is makes it a point to help her establish a new life there, until their relationship blossoms into a real friendship. Things make a complete turnaround when Shirley feels betrayed that Noel has been keeping Mark's illness from her. But in the end, she realizes through the love of these two men the true meaning of motherhood and how to move on and live again. KAILANGAN KO'Y IKAW Francine Natra (Reagine Velasquez) is starting to feel the toll of stardom. Longing to live an ordinary life, her popularity and hectic schedule hinders her from enjoying the simple treats of life. Because he felt cheated of his prize in the"Date With A Star" Promo where he supposedly won a date with her, Gimo (Robin Padilla) kidnaps Francine. Being candid as he is, Gimo allow the singing sensation to take pleasure in living the ordinary life-which Francine later realizes she's been missing. Despite her stature, Francine falls in love with her simple yet sincere fan, Gimo and the two spend more time together. But when Gimo's sister is poor health starts to deteriorate, the family had no choice but to confine her in the hospital. Monetary problems, soon arise and Francine shares in the expenses without Gimo's knowledge. When the later finds out about it, Gimo feels hurt and stops seeing Francine which breaks the singers heart. Will their pride get in the way of their relationship or will it be a happy ending for Francine and Gimo? SHAKE RATTLE & RO11 LAMANGLUPA- A creature of Phillipine Underworld Mythology is given a new interpretation in this movie about a group of friends whose camping trip suddenly turns into a nightmare when they find themselves being relentlessly pursued by a couple of ferocious creatures. Apparently, the group has accidentally killed the creatures offspring when they stumbled on a row of mounds believed to be the breeding groung of the Lamanglupa. In the fact of adversity, friendships will be tested and various conflicts will unfold as the group struggles to survive the creatures as will as their personal strife.
The story revolves around Maxi dela Cerna, a young, aspiring New York-based fashion designer who returns to the Philippines shortly after her mother’s death to find her father. She had been swindled by her ex-boyfriend and hopes to pay off her debts by selling the piece of provincial land that her parents co-owned. But this means spending time with her father whom she hates for walking out on her and her mother 15 years ago. As the uptight and guarded Maxi struggles to immerse herself in farm life and deal with a father she despises, she crosses paths again with Tommy, her childhood friend, now an architect who is trying to heal from his own mistakes in the past with his 7-year-old son.