18 September 2012 | Sirfaro11
Nothing substantial , but nice to pass the time
Almost all romantic movies that came out in the decade 2000 (until 2010 decade) will have this storyline. Although I didn't watch most of them, judging from their ads, you would expect boy meets girl and a conflict (rich girl, poor boy, poor girl, rich boy, taken boyfriend, taken girlfriend, illness, family conflict, political conflict, parents don't approve, etc) to drive the story.
This movie centers Regine Velasquez (Cristina) who falls in love with Aga Muhlach (Vince), but Vince is not sure if Cristina is already the girl for him. After introducing the two main characters, the movie proceeds to the mandatory cheesy courting stage, followed by the dramatic stage that will have a tragic turn. Usually, the "tragedy" may be an accident, an illness, someone missing, the guy/girl discovering something unforgivable, or (in this movie) a death of a love one (sometimes a child).
After the dramatic part of the movie, you can be sure that the movie will conclude with a happy ending when the guy/girl realizes that his/her true love is him/her all along. There may be something that will trigger this like (another) accident/illness/kidnapping/someone missing/a person almost dying. In this movie, thankfully, the last part had no trigger.
Regine and Aga had good chemistry, which made this movie bearable. The dialogs are okay and it's nice to see if you want to pass the time. But if you are looking for something substantial, this or any other movie that has Sarah G/Bea Alonzo/ Angel Locsin/Kristine Hermosa/Anne Curtis will surely be disappointing.